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AcronymDefinition
ITERInternational Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor
ITERInternational Toxicity Estimates for Risk
ITERInternational Thermonuclear Energy Reactor
ITERInnovative Technology Evaluation Report
ITERInstitute of Technical Education and Research
ITERIndividual Tracking for Excellence Report
ITERIndependent Technical Evaluation Report
ITERIn-Training Evaluation Report (clinical performance)
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Major organization : ITER INTERNATIONAL FUSION ENERGY ORGANIZATION
Other Board members are Michael Tendler, professor at Sweden's Alfven Laboratory (Royal Institute of Technology); Richard Hawryluk, head of the department of ITER and Tokamaks at the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (US); Dhiraj Bora, director of the Institute for Plasma Research, IPR (India); and Yuanxi Wan, Academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and former Chairman of the ITER Science and Technology Advisory Committee (STAC).
On 28 June 2005, the seven ITER Members unanimously agreed to build ITER in Cadarache, in southern France.
Unisys and ARCADIS have both provided security counsel for various aspects of the ITER initiative since 2009, including system architectural design, access control, identity management, workflow analysis and business processes and human factors advice.
If the EU could not agree on a budget, not only would it mean it could not fund the project, we would lose credibility with other countries who are partners in ITER.
These collaborating ITER Domestic Agencies are located around the globe in China, Europe, India, Japan, Russian Federation, South Korea and USA.
The lawmakers made the move because Koizumi has remained silent on the issue which may indicate a lack of enthusiasm on Japan's behalf while Chirac has often spoken publicly about the need to bring ITER to Europe.
If the United States does not support ITER, it will be abandoning the centerpiece of its program and the tokamak concept at a time when advanced operating modes for achieving enhanced performance and more attractive reactor prospects are rapidly developing.
Robert Iotti, Chair of the ITER Council, who describe the status of ITER in the context of the recent management assessment report
ITER will have a ten times larger volume than any existing magnetic fusion experiment and is planned to produce 500 megawatts of power, on par with a small power station.
The proposal is Brussels' response to a potential serious budget shortfall to meet its commitments to fund the construction of the ITER reactor, needing to find an additional Euro EUR1.