Dr Alan Costley, Tokamak Energy
The need for carbon-free sources of energy is well established and fusion power is
one possible solution. But experimental fusion devices are large and expensive. In
consequence, fusion is taking decades to develop. Recent advances are opening
development paths based on much smaller devices, which will be cheaper and faster
to build. But are they feasible and will they work? In this talk we explore the answers.
Lectures held at 6.30pm, Franklin Room, Institute of Physics HQ, 80 Portland Place, London, W1B 1NT. Refreshments are served from 6pm on the day of the lecture. Please register below to attend lectures.