Japan’s Tada named deputy-director general at ITER

Eisuke Tada of Japan has been named to one of two deputy director-general positions at the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER) organization. Tada has been involved in the big fusion project for nearly two decades. The other deputy position is expected to be named in the near future, according to the project news release.

The U.S. work on the international project is based at Oak Ridge National Laboratory.

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