Donny Domagoj Cosic (Institut Ruđer Bošković) said that the next generation fusion research devices such as DONES require specialized µloss monitors for beam diagnostics. These monitors must operate reliably in a harsh radiation environment, large magnetic fields, and cryogenic temperatures.
Philippe Cara presented an overview of the present design status of the IFMIF-DONES facility putting emphasis on the design status of its Accelerator Systems (AS) focusing on the main challenges and related the R&D programme considered. He seized also the opportunity to present the current status of LIPAc (IFMIF/EVEDA Project) as well as the commonalities/interfaces activities between IFMIF/EVEDA & IFMIF-DONES projects aiming to share the developed know-how and to assure the transfer of the lessons learned.
The prospects for the construction and the commissioning of the IFMIF-DONES Facility in Granada (Spain) was also presented.
IFMIF-DONES would like to expressly congratulate Tonči Tadić, Chair of the International Organising Committee, for the success of the event.