Experimental Fusion Plasma Physics
There is currently a world-wide effort to develop a new energy source based on the nuclear energy that is released when a light atoms are combined (fused) in a hot ionized gas (plasma). This has led to the growth of the research area Fusion Plasma Physics. This course gives an overview of the current progress in fusion plasma physics research and an introduction to experimental methods used in this field. The course is useful for students who wish to to become more familiar with fusion energy research in general or who wish to continue with experimental research in the field.
- Per Brunsell Examiner