M. Bongard gave the invited talk “Overview of the Pegasus Non-Solenoidal Startup Research Program” at the 2017 International Spherical Torus Workshop (ISTW) in Seoul, Korea.
Z. Yan gives contributed oral at 2016 IAEA FEC meeting
Z. Yan gave the contributed oral “Turbulence and Sheared Flow Structures Behind the Isotopic Dependence of the L-H Power Threshold and H-L Back Transition on DIII-D” at the 2016 IAEA Fusion Energy Conference in Kyoto, …
R. Fonck gives overview presentation at 2016 IAEA FEC meeting
R. Fonck gave the overview presentation “H-mode and Non-Solenoidal Startup in the Pegasus Ultralow-A Tokamak” at the 2016 IAEA Fusion Energy Conference in Kyoto, Japan.
M. G. Burke gives invited talk at 2016 HTPD meeting
M. G. Burke gave the invited talk “A New Technique for Measuring Local Electric Field Fluctuations in High Temperature Plasmas” at the 2016 High Temperature Plasma Diagnostics meeting in Madison, WI.
D. Smith gives invited talk at 2016 HTPD meeting
D. Smith gave the invited talk “Investigation of ELM evolution patterns on NSTX-U with Beam Emission Spectroscopy measurements” at the 2016 High-Temperature Plasma Diagnostics meeting in Madison, WI.
F. Effenberg receives the Poster Award at the International Sherwood Fusion Theory Conference
Florian Effenberg received the Poster Award of the 2016 International Sherwood Fusion Theory Conference in Madison, WI.
G. McKee gives invited talk at 2015 APS-DPP meeting
G. McKee gave the invited talk “Turbulence Decorrelation via Controlled ExB Shear in High-Performance Plasmas” at the 2015 APS-DPP meeting in Savannah, Georgia.
R. Fonck elected AAAS fellow
Professor Ray Fonck was elected as a 2015 fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). https://www.aaas.org/news/2015-aaas-fellows-recognized-contributions-advancing-science
O. Schmitz receives DOE Early Career Award
Professor Oliver Schmitz was awarded a 2015 Early Career Award by the US Department of Energy. https://science.energy.gov/early-career
R. Fonck elected to National Academy of Engineering
Professor Ray Fonck was elected to the National Academy of Engineering “for advances in fusion plasma spectroscopy diagnostics and leadership of the U.S. fusion program into the burning plasma era.” https://www.nae.edu/130172.aspx