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PSFC research scientist Ted Golfinopoulos (left), along with graduate students Adam Kuang and Alex Tinguely, spent time in Israel this summer as part of program that provides a safe place for Israeli and Palestinian high school students to become colleagues in the study of science, technology and entrepreneurship.
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This week, MITEI is celebrating its 10th anniversary by highlighting over a century of energy research at MIT.
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The PSFC made an impression on Milwaukee at the APS Division of Plasma Physics meeting. Watch the link of excited Bay View High School students who created their own "Fusion Fest."
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Congratulations to the PSFC's Richard Petrasso, Chikang Li and Fredrick Seguin on receiving their Dawson Award during the American Physical Society Division of Plasma Physics meeting.
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“I like to say I build fancy thermometers. That’s my job," says PSFC graduate student Alex Creely.
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Congratulations to Robert Griffin, Head of the PSFC's Magnetic Resonance Division, on being appointed to the Arthur Amos Noyes Professorship.
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Incoming freshman Kaylee de Soto got a head start at MIT this summer, arriving in June to help the Plasma Science and Fusion Center explore options for upgrading their digital outreach tools.
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“It’s very difficult to determine exactly how a particular kind of plasma discharge affects the interior material of the machine. We can’t be sure of the amount of erosion occurring at any particular moment,” says PSFC graduate student Leigh Ann Kesler..
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Using data from C-Mod experiments, fusion researchers at MIT’s Plasma Science and Fusion Center (PSFC), along with colleagues in Belgium and the UK, have created a new method of heating fusion plasmas in tokamaks.
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Three members of the Plasma Science and Fusion Center’s High-Energy-Density Physics Division have been honored with the American Physical Society’s John Dawson Award for Excellence in Plasma Physics Research.
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