Professor The Stephen and Mary Meadow Professorial Chair of Laser Photochemistry Tel:+972-8-934-4055 email@example.com Location:Edna and K.B. Weissman Building of Physical Sciences Room: 242 Current Research Interests Plasma physics, atomic physics, plasma spectroscopy, non-equilibrium plasmas, high-energy-density physics, plasmas under pulsed magnetic fields, generation of ion and electron beams, plasma implosions and stagnations, laser-matter interaction, warm dense … Read moreYitzhak Maron
Applying fusion technology to the medical and energy fields MIFTI was founded in 2008 by scientists from the University of California Irvine. For over 25 years, these scientist have researched and refined a method of controlled thermonuclear fusion, based on Staged Z-Pinch. This concept has predicted a net gain of controlled thermonuclear fusion energy that … Read moreMagneto-Inertial Fusion Technologies, Inc. (MIFTI)
Dr. Scott C. Hsu is a plasma and fusion research scientist in the Plasma Physics Group of the Physics Division at Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) in Los Alamos, NM. He earned a Ph.D. in Astrophysical Sciences (Program in Plasma Physics) in 2000 from Princeton University, where he made experimental measurements of ion heating due … Read moreDr. Scott C. Hsu, Los Alamos, NM
What is JT-60SA? JT-60SA is a fusion experiment designed to support the operation of ITER and to investigate how best to optimise the operation of fusion power plants that are built after ITER. It is a joint international research and development project involving Japan and Europe, and is to be built in Naka, Japan using … Read moreJapan’s JT-60SA Project
Tom Tamarkin, President of USCL and Dr. Shalom and Yaffa Eliezer discuss nuclear fusion energy Dr. Eliezer is a well-known professor and lecturer on fusion science in Europe and Israel. His wife Yaffa is the author of two fiction books published both in English and Hebrew. Dr. Shalom Eliezer is the author of many text … Read moreDr. Shalom Eliezer, Rehovot, Israel
Dr. Irvin Lindemuth is by many measures considered to be the “father” of the Magnetized Target branch of fusion energy research and proposed solutions to commercial power. Recognizing that the facility cost was a large component of the R&D cost which was the principal impediment to the progress of fusion development at the time, around … Read moreIrvin Lindemuth, Ph.D.
(This article from the LA Times was published in 1989, and has been posted here 26 years later) LA Times April 19, 1989| PAUL CIOTTI | Times Staff Writer When two scientists announced last month in Utah that they had achieved room-temperature nuclear fusion, the news shot through the halls of science like a scalded … Read moreFear of Fusion: What if It Works?
VisionOfEarth BY BEN HARACK – NOVEMBER 10, 2010 Contents 1 Proton-Proton Chain 2 CNO Cycle 3 Deuterium-Deuterium (D-D) 4 Deuterium-Tritium (D-T) 5 Deuterium-3Helium (D-He) 6 p-11B 7 Muon-catalyzed fusion As part of our series on nuclear fusion power, this post is going to look at fusion fuel cycles. Fusion fuel cycles are the different ways … Read moreFusion fuel cycles: What they are and how they work
John Sheffield May 2003 This research was sponsored by the Office of Fusion Energy Sciences, U. S. Department of Energy, under contract DE-AC05-00OR22725, with UT-Battelle, LLC. Joint Institute for Energy and Environment 314 Conference Center Building Knoxville, TN 37996-4138 Phone: (865) 974-3939 Fax: (865) 974-4609 URL: www.jiee.org E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org ABSTRACT World population is still increasing, … Read moreFusion Energy in India’s Long-Term Energy Future
National Fusion Research Institute The next Generation Superconducting nuclear fusion research(KSTAR) 1. What is KSTAR (Korean Superconducting Tokamak Advanced Research)? KSTAR, a tokamak-typed nuclear fusion reactor, is being developed by the researchers and scientists of NFRI, Korea, and will be the cornerstone of constructing a Korean fusion power plant. It was December 1995 when the … Read moreKSTAR Project