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Thomas Jonsson

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I am a researcher in fusion plasma physics with focus on the modelling of plasma heating, stability and confinement. In particular I am involved in studies of plasma heating by radio waves at the JET experiment in Oxford and the integrated modelling of fusion plasmas within the EUROfusion Consortium, where I am the task coordinator for heating and current drive modelling.

I also teach at courses related to plasma physics and electromagnetic theory for Masters students and courses on charged particle motion, plasma waves and fusion research for PhD students.


Algebra and Geometry (IX1303), examiner, assistant, course responsible, teacher | Course web

Degree Project in Electrical Engineering, specialising in Electromagnetics, Fusion and Space Engineering, Second Cycle (EA275X), examiner | Course web

Electromagnetic Waves in Dispersive Media (ED2210), examiner, course responsible, teacher | Course web

Electromagnetic modelling (EI2403), teacher | Course web

Electrotechnical Modelling (EI2433), teacher | Course web

Motion of Charged Particles, Collision Processes and Basis of Transport Theory I (FED3210), examiner | Course web

Project in Fusion Research (ED2247), examiner, course responsible, teacher | Course web