I completed my undergraduate degree in Physics at the University of Leeds, which included a year in industry working at TWI Ltd, a research engineering company specialising in bespoke manufacturing...
I am a Fusion CDT student working under the supervision of Prof. Bruce Lipschultz of University of York and Dr. Matthew Reinke of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory. In the...
My PhD has the title “Optimization of creep properties of irradiated vanadium alloys”. When I started to think what would I do after my second level degree in materials science...
Having completed my MSci in Materials Science at the University of Cambridge, I am now studying for a PhD entitled, “The development of novel, low-activation alloys for fusion blanket applications”...
My name is Gregory Smith and I completed a Master of Physics undergraduate degree at the University of York in 2016. Now I am part of the fusion CDT programme...
I am a PhD student in the SAMI research group, supervised by Dr Roddy Vann. My research project title is “Microwave imaging of the tokamak plasma edge”, specifically focusing on...
I am a PhD student based at the York Plasma Institute, supervised by Dr. Andrew Higginbotham, focussing on x-ray diffraction at the high pressures found in Inertial Confinement Fusion experiments...
Daniel Celis Garza
The plastic deformation of materials is generally governed by the generation and motion of dislocations through the crystal lattice. Microstructural features such as grain boundaries, precipitates and inclusions impede the...
The ITER tokamak in France will be the first ever fusion device to deliver more power out than in! Quite like wood which continues to burn after we stop holding...
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