PhD defenseAdam Stahl defended his PhD thesis "Momentum-space dynamics of runaway electrons in plasmas" on 3 March.
Outgoing research visits and conference participationResearch visits at Asdex-U in relation to the Medium Size Tokamak Programme: Ola Embréus and Mathias Hoppe (18-25 April), George Wilkie (6-12 December), and John Omotani (30 March-12 April).
Tünde, Linnea Hesslow and Ola Embreus plan to attend the International Sherwood Fusion Theory Conference in Annapolis 1-3 May 2017. Tünde and Linnea will visit University of Maryland 4-8 May.
Adam Stahl, Mathias Hoppe, Ola Embreus, Linnea Hesslow and Tünde will attend the 5th Runaway Electron Meeting 5-8 June in Liblice (Czech Republic).
Adam Stahl, John Omotani, Mathias Hoppe, Stefan Buller, George Wilkie, Linnea Hesslow and Sarah Newton plan to attend the European Physical Society Conference on Plasma Physics in Belfast, 26-30 June, 2017.
Ian Abel and Edmund Highcock plan to attend the Vienna Gyrokinetics Meeting 17-23 July.
George Wilkie, Edmund Highcock, Ian Abel and Tünde plan to attend the European Fusion Theory Conference in Athens 9-12 October 2017.
On-site participation in analysis and modeling tasks at JET: Stefan and Istvan (3-14 July), Edmund (3-7 April, 3-7 July, 13-17 November), and George (13-17 November).
VisitorsTaina Kurki-Suonio and Konsta Särkimäki will visit 4-5 April.
Albert Mollén from IPP Greifswald will visit 2-5 May.
Per Helander from IPP Greifswald will visit 12-13 June and 14-18 August.
Jack Connor from Culham Centre for Fusion Energy will visit 14-18 August.
Katya Richards (U Cambridge) will join us as a project assistant 14 Aug - 30 Sept.
Master thesis projectsAre you looking for master thesis project for the coming semester? We are currently offering three new projects: Relativistic chaos in laser-matter interactions, Control of runaway electrons in tokamaks and Collisional dynamics of heavy ions in transport barriers of fusion reactors. For further information contact us directly.
Special issue in European Physics Journal D: Relativistic Laser Plasma InteractionsSubmissions are invited for a Special Issue of EPJD dedicated to the physics of interaction of intense laser pulses with plasmas. The core content of this Special Issue will be based on the papers presented at the First Chalmers Workshop on Relativistic Plasma Physics Theory which was arranged by our group and took place at Chalmers October 5 – 7, 2016.
How to find usThe group's offices are on the top (3rd) floor of the Soliden part of the physics building. The address is Fysikgården 1. This map shows various routes to find the place.