ITER Business Forum (IBF) 2019

After the last edition that gathered more than 1000 delegates in 2017 the next ITER Business Forum will take place in Antibes Juan les Pins, South of France from 26 to 28 March 2019.

Today, the ITER project is entering in a new phase, moving from the ITER buildings construction phase to the ITER machine assembly phase and facing the integration challenges.

ITER is moving forward! Don’t miss the unique opportunity to make business contacts on the ITER programme and beyond. See you in Antibes Juan les pins!

Sponsoring IBF/19 will give your business or organization a unique platform for promotion and give you a unique opportunity to reach a new audience and to increase your brand’s exposure.

IBF/19 aims: to learn about ITER status and next business opportunities
to facilitate partnerships between industries, within Europe and outside Europe
to foster collaborations between industries and Fusion laboratories

This event will include: an industrial conference
1-1 meetings scheduled on line by participants
an optional programme of technical tours including the ITER site visit
an industrial and R&D exhibition with more than 80 stands

This event is organized by ITER France Agency with the participation of ITER Organization, Fusion for Energy and other Domestic Agencies and with the financial support of local Authorities.

Key-Figures of IBF/17

1005 confirmed participants from 433 companies
25 countries represented
85 % from Europe, 15 % from outside E.U
52 stands on the Exhibition
• Conference: 1 plenary session, 11 thematic sessions and 105 speakers
1-1 meetings: 4.988 submitted requests, 1.141 confirmed meetings (i.e. 23%) and as many informal meetings scheduled on-site
5 technical tours organized for 105 attendees among which: visit of ITER worksite

maandag, 26 maart, 2018 tot woensdag, 28 maart, 2018


Het ILO-net is onderdeel van de institutenorganisatie van de Nederlandse Organisatie voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek (NWO).

The ILO-net is part of the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO)

Gerard Cornet

Backoffice manager:
Jacqueline de Jong