International Centre for the Promotion of Science and Piero Aldirola International School of Plasma Physics (ISPP)
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1971, Milan (Italy), as International School of Plasma Physics, by a group of professors of the University of Milan. Became, 1973, a permanent and autonomous foundation. Changed name to International School of Plasma Physics Piero Caldirola, 1984. Current name adopted 2001.Available with paid subscription only.
Organization of advanced courses, workshops and international courses on plasma physics and controlled thermonuclear fusion, on environmental physics, on industrial applications of plasma physics and on relationships between science and ethics. Promotion of international cooperation in these fields of research. Organization of local conferences and round tables.
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