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Contact:
Phone: +46 31 7723180

Email: tunde_at_chalmers.se

Address:
Dept of Physics
Chalmers University of Technology
SE-412 96 Göteborg
Sweden

Welcome to the website of the plasma theory research group at Chalmers University of Technology. We belong to the Division of Subatomic and plasma physics of the Department of Physics.

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10th PLIONA general assembly 1 Feb 2018.

Outgoing research visits and conference participation

Istvan Pusztai will visit General Atomics 5-16 March to work with Jeff Candy on electromagnetic zonal flow responses.

Tünde and George are planning to attend the International Sherwood Fusion Theory Conference 23-25 April, organized at Auburn University, Alabama.

Ola, Mathias and Linnea plan to attend the 6th Runaway Electron Meeting, 28-30 June in Prague.

Longqing, Mathias, Stefan and Ola are planning to attend the 45th EPS Conference on Plasma Physics, 2-6 July, Prague, Czech Republic.

Illia and Vangelis plan to attend the 27th Annual International Laser Physics Workshop 16-20 July in Nottingham, UK.

Ian plans to attend the 11th Plasma Kinetics Working Meeting, WPI Vienna, in July.

Julien plans to attend the 18th Advanced Accelerator Concepts Workshop 12-17 August, Colorado, USA.

Linnea and Mathias are planning to attend the International Workshop on the Theory of Fusion Plasmas Varenna, Italy, 27-31 August.

George will attend the 23rd Joint EU-US Transport Task Force Meeting, 11-14 September in Seville.

George will attend the Gyrokinetic Theory Working Group Meeting 17-21 September in Madrid.

Stefan and George are planning to attend the 27th IAEA Fusion Energy Conference (FEC 2018) in Ahmedabad, India, 22-27 October 2018.

Ola, Linnea, Ian and Istvan are planning to attend the 60th Annual meeting of the APS Division of Plasma Physics, Nov 5-9, Portland, USA

Visitors

Eva Macusova from Institute of Plasma Physics, Prague will visit us 26 Feb - 9 March.

Andreas Johlander from Uppsala University will visit us 20 March and give a talk with the title "Shock waves in space plasmas".

Gareth Roberg-Clark from UMD will visit 2-3 May.

Runaway tools

Our research has led to the development of a number of numerical tools that can be used to study runaway electrons, mainly in tokamak plasmas but some also in other plasmas where such particles are present. These numerical tools are described and can be downloaded from this page.

How to find us

The 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.