Motojima was formerly Director General of the National Institute for Fusion Science (NIFS) in Japan and led the construction of the billion-dollar-class Large Helical Device (LHD) there.
What does NIFS stand for?
NIFS stands for National Institute for Fusion Science (Japan)
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- Northern Ireland Farm Quality Assurance Scheme (UK)
- National Impact Fee Roundtable
- National Institute of Fire Restoration (Restoration Industry Association)
- Northern Interior Forest Region (Canada)
- Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue
- Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service (Antrim, Ireland)
- Netherlands Institute for Radiation Technology
- Nagoya International Friendship Society (Japan)
- National Institute for Farm Safety, Inc.
- National Institute for Fitness and Sport (Indianapolis, IN)
- National Institute of Floricultural Science (Japan)
- NATO Integrated Financial System
- Near Infrared Integral Field Spectrograph
- Noddes Interface Subsystem
- Non-Invasive Flow Studies (peripheral vascular circulatory test)
- Norsk Institutt for Selvutvikling
- Northern Illinois Fire Sprinkler Advisory Board
- Northern Ireland Federation of Sub Aqua Clubs (UK)
- National Information and Fisheries Statistics System (Bulgaria)
- Northern Ireland Federation of Shooting Sports (UK)
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Osamu Motojima, director general of Japan's National Institute for Fusion Science in Toki, Gifu Prefecture, succeeded Mr.
Led by Atsuo Iiyoshi, the researchers at the Education Ministry's National Institute for Fusion Science in Gifu Prefecture confined plasma with a central temperature of 15 million C for 0.
Scientists at the National Institute for Fusion Science (NIFS) in Japan took an important step towards demonstrating the practicality of fusion power plants recently by sustaining a 20 million degree (2KeV) plasma for 30 minutes in the billion-dollar-class Large Helical Device (LHD).
Japan Workshop on Development of Advanced Microwave Reflectometry Techniques March 5-7 at Japan's National Institute for Fusion Science.