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What does IPP stand for?

IPP stands for Institute of Plasma Physics

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The Chinese Institute of Plasma Physics (ASIPP) has successfully accomplished a full-scale qualification prototype for one of the key components of ITER's magnet feeder system--the vacuum vessel that will provide thermal insulation to the components at the very end of the feeders inside of the Tokamak gallery.
Scientists at the Max Planck Institute of Plasma Physics hope to get a fusion demonstration power plant ready between 2035 and 2040, and a commercial fusion plant ready by 2045.
GERMANY-BASED Max Planck Institute of Plasma Physics scientists have developed a new computer code that will enable them to calculate and predict kinks appearing on the exterior of electro-magnetic fields containing the super-heated plasma core of the ITER fusion reactor.
The second and third papers, presented by Doctors Ctibor, Neufuss, Chraska of the Institute of Plasma Physics of the Czech Republic, present the measurements of the mechanical properties that result when Altairnano titania is sprayed on a surface using a water-stabilized plasma (WSP).
The agreement was signed on 3 July by Prof Li, director of the Institute of Plasma Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (ASIPP) and Gabriele Fioni, director of CEA's Physics Science Division, CEA, at the French Embassy in Beijing.
In June, contracts were awarded to the Institute of Plasma Physics at the Chinese Academy of Science (ASIPP) based in Hefei, China and to Tyco Thermal Controls, Ltd in Ontario, Canada, who both developed prototypes within four months.
On December 8, 2008, scientists at the Institute of Plasma Physics (IPP) in Prague began operating the COMPASS-D, a tokamak that was relocated from the Culham Laboratory in the UK.