|Affiliation||University of Saskatchewan|
|Major radius||46 cm (18 in)|
|Minor radius||12.5 cm (4.9 in)|
|Magnetic field||0.5–1 T (5,000–10,000 G)|
|Plasma current||30–60 kA|
|Year(s) of operation||1987–present|
STOR-M stands for Saskatchewan Torus-Modified. STOR-M is a tokamak located at the University of Saskatchewan. STOR-M is a small tokamak (major radius = 46 cm, minor radius = 12.5 cm) designed for studying plasma heating, anomalous transport and developing novel tokamak operation modes and advanced diagnostics. STOR-M is capable of a 30–40 millisecond plasma discharge with a toroidal magnetic field of between 0.5 and 1 tesla and a plasma current of between 20 and 50 kiloamperes. STOR-M has also demonstrated improved confinement induced by a turbulent heating pulse, electrode biasing and compact torus injection.