HFIPS gains from collaboration, HFIPS contributes through collaboration. Through available access to its big science facilities, HFIPS opens to the world; Through collaboration with multi-institutions from across the world, HFIPS connects to the world; through partnership with industry, provincial government, businesses big and small, HFIPS transitions basic science from early-stage to commercialization.

By welcoming scientists and engineers with different background working together, HFIPS practices its core value of diversity, inclusiveness and openness to ensure the continued advancement of research excellence.

Collaboration on Big Facilities
Joint Labs\Centers
Science technology transfer platform
Overseas partners
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  • HFIPS collaborates with JINR on their shared interests on EAST and NICA covering a wide work of current feeder, superconducting proton and high temperature superconductor energy storage magnet systems.
  • HFIPS has been partnering with IPP under Max Planck Institute on ICRF antenna. In 2020, mutual trust of the two sides set previously leads to a new chapter by signing a contract on high power transmitter production, keeping the partnering on.
  • HFIPS’ collaboration with FZJ is highlighted by their scientific exchanges on plasma wall interaction (PWI) at a regular interval.
  • HFIPS has made joint work with Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland on young talent training.
  • VTT Technical Research Cemtre of Finland
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  • Institute of Plasma Physics and Laser Microfusion
  • Collaboration of HFIPS with CEA dates back to flywheel generator delivering in 1980s, keeps extending and expanding in fusion-related field in from 1990s to 2010s and reached its peak by jointly building Sino-French Fusion Energy Center (SIFFER) in 2018.
  • HFIPS collaborates with Air Liquide setting up a joint venture on developing Helium refrigeration equipment.
  • the European Organization for Nuclear Research
  • As one important partner of ITER China working group, HFIPS undertakes the procurement package of superconducting conductors, correction coil, superconducting feeder, power supply and diagnosis, accounting for nearly 80% of China's ITER procurement package.
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  • HFIPS has a solid collaboration with Fusion for Energy by manufacturing the number 6 poloidal field superconducting coil (or PF6 coil).
  • HFIPS has a broad and intensive collaboration with GA based on EAST and DII-D facility including building joint lab, conducting joint experiment and developing test system.
  • HFIPS collaborates with PPPL building a joint task force of high-performance superconducting magnet technology and advanced blanket design to conduct research on key components for CFETR.
  • HFIPS collaborates with Oak Ridge National Laboratory on fusion-related joint experiment.
  • TAE Technologies
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  • HFIPS has a close tie with NFRI working on development of five Key Steady-State Plasma Advanced Diagnostic Systems that are Thomson laser Scattering Diagnostic, Tangential X-ray Crystal Spectrometer, Bolometer diagnostic, Neutron flux diagnostic,Electron cyclotron emission imaging system.
  • HFIPS donated its HT-6M tokamak to TINT as well as help Thai with the facility in terms of its installation, operation, and related technologies and talent cultivation. And based on the increasingly deepening exchanges between the two sides, HFIPS would support Thai’s establishment of its plasma physics and fusion research center.
  • HFIPS collaborates with NIFS under the framework of Core University Program (CUP) which includes a wide collaboration of academic exchange among China, Japan and Korea research institutes and universities.
  • HFIPS collaborates with Shizuoka University by jointly launched the INTERNATIONAL PRIORITY GRADUATE PROGRAMS, PGP to extend academic change on talent training.
  • The National Institute for Quantum and Radiological Science and Techonlogy
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