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Plasma Physics (Physics/ECE/NE 922) Seminars

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Events During the 2021 Spring Semester

January 2021

   Monday, January 25th
Rajesh Maingi and Andrei Khodak, PPPL
Status and progress in the domestic liquid metal plasma-facing component design program
12:00 pm, Zoom Meeting, hosted by Chris Hegna
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February 2021

   Monday, February 1st
Alessandro Bortolon, PPPL
Real-time wall conditioning of fusion devices by injection of low-Z powders
12:00 pm, Join Zoom Meeting https://uwmadison.zoom.us/j/91835419103?pwd=YXhDdGlFeEZtc0c0MlZySUp0Q1FrUT09, hosted by Chris Hegna
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   Monday, February 8th
Aaron Bader, UW-Madison
Stellarator Optimization in the 2020s
12:00 pm, Zoom Meeting, hosted by Chris Hegna
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   Monday, February 15th
Bob Wilcox, ORNL
Poking the pedestal: Progress and Potential of Pellet ELM Pacing
12:00 pm, Zoom Meeting, hosted by Chris Hegna
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   Monday, February 22nd
Richard Buttery, GA
DIII-D and The Advanced Tokamak Path to Fusion Energy
12:00 pm, Zoom, hosted by Chris Hegna
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March 2021

   Monday, March 1st
Matt Beidler, ORNL
Predicting runaway electron generation, confinement, and mitigation at ORNL
12:00 pm, Zoom Meeting
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   Monday, March 8th
Prof. Zach Hartwig, MIT
Progress on high-field HTS magnets for SPARC, a compact net-energy fusion tokamak
12:00 pm, Zoom
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   Monday, March 15th
Prof. Lorenzo Sironi, Columbia University
Magnetically dominated plasma turbulence
12:00 pm, Zoom Meeting
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