Plasma theory

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

Workshops

Joint Runaway Electron Modelling (REM) and JET SPI Analysis meeting between June 10th — June 14th 2024


News

MSc thesis presentations May 19th
Christian Gustavsson and Nico Guth will give their MSc thesis seminars on 7 June 10-12 in the Raven&Fox seminar room.
European Physical Society, Division of Plasma Physics, Best PhD thesis award April 10th
Congratulations to our previous PhD student, Mathias Hoppe, for receiving the EPS-PPD PhD award.
Wallenberg Scholar March 28th
Tünde has received a grant from the [Wallenberg Scholar](https://www.chalmers.se/en/current/news/wallenberg-scholars-2024/) program. The Wallenberg Scholars program aims to provide leading researchers in Sweden with grants for free research. Following a comprehensive international peer review, the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation has chosen to fund 118 researchers for five years, providing up to SEK 18 million each for researchers in theoretical subjects and up to SEK 20 million each for researchers in experimental subjects.
Prestigious award to Mathias Hoppe March 28th
We congratulate our previous PhD student, Mathias Hoppe, for receiving an award from Ruth and Nils-Erik Stenbäck foundation. The prize winners are selected by Finska Vetenskaps-Societeten in collaboration with the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.

Upcoming events

Course in Environmental Physics Tünde, Ida and Emil will give the [Environmental Physics](https://www.chalmers.se/en/education/your-studies/find-course-and-programme-syllabi/course-syllabus/TIF076/?acYear=2023/2024) course for 3rd year Engineering Physics students under period 4 (18 March -- 28 May, 2024).


Oskar will go to Max-Planck Institute for Plasma Physics, Garching between April 22nd — June 14th. He will work with validation of shattered pellet injection simulations including plasmoid drift effects with the DREAM code using ASDEX Upgrade experimental data, together with Gergely Papp, Paul Heinrich and Peter Halldestam.


Caterina Riconda from Sorbonne University will visit between May 23rd — June 1st.


Jonathan Wurtele from University of California, Berkeley will visit between May 23rd — June 2nd. He will give a talk with the title "Measuring the influence of the Earth’s gravity on antihydrogen" on 26 May, 13:15-14:15 in the von Bahr seminar room (Soliden).


Ida, Oskar and Tünde will go to EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland between June 10th — 14th. They will participate in the 11th Runaway Electron Modelling (REM) Meeting.


Emil, Ida, István, Mufei, Oskar and Tünde will go to Salamanca between July 8th — 12th. They will participate in the European Physical Society Plasma Physics meeting. Tünde will deliver the Hannes Alfvén lecture together with Per Helander. Oskar will present an invited talk with the title "From injection to deposition -- capturing the drift of ablated pellet material in a tokamak." Emil and Istvan will present "Data-driven discovery of a heat-flux closure in a two-stream unstable plasma." Ida will present "Fluid and kinetic modelling of runaway electron seed generation during disruptions". Mufei will present "Autoresonant plasma wave excitation in multi-dimensional particle-in-cell simulations".


Ida will go to ITER headquarters between September 3rd — 6th. She will attend [3rd IAEA Technical Meeting on Plasma Disruptions and their Mitigation](https://conferences.iaea.org/event/380/).


Tünde will go to Oxford between September 29th — December 21st. She has been elected to a Visiting Research Fellowship at Merton College for the Michaelmas Full Term.


Alfvén prize gathering 2024-04-07
Celebrations for Tünde's and Per's Alfvén prize, with current and former members of the Chalmers Plasma Theory group.
Alfvén prize gathering
Contact details

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

Email: tunde at chalmers.se

Phone: +46 31 772380

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.

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