• Alasdair Wynn

    I’m a plasma strand PhD student being supervised by Prof. Bruce Lipschultz. In general I will be studying the properties of the boundary plasma of JET using a range of...

  • Sarah Wilson

    I am working on my PhD under the supervision of Prof Greg Tallents on the physics of extreme ultraviolet (EUV) laser interaction with materials. Applications include the production of warm...

  • Fred Thomas

    I’m studying for a PhD in fusion reactor neutronics under the supervision of Dr. Lee Morgan (CCFE) and Dr. John Pasley (York). I am working with the Applied Radiation Physics...

  • Max Szolcek

    After graduating from the University of Manchester with a Masters degree in Electronic Engineering I joined the materials branch of the CDT in Fusion programme. My research involves the experimental...

  • Dave Shaw

    I have been working under the supervision of Dr Erik Wagenaars in deposition removal from fusion optics. This is a project involving both simulation and experimental work at the University...

  • Jack Haley

    I am FDTN student studying with the Materials Science for Fusion and Fission Power group at the University of Oxford. My project will be most likely looking into the effects of ...

  • Joe Branson

    I am studying for a PhD under the supervision of Erik Wagenaars. The divertor region of tokamak plasmas is of critical importance for a fusion power plant since it is...

  • Mike Barnes

    I am studying for a PhD with the Fusion Centre for Doctoral Training under the Supervision of Dr Mark Bowden (University of Liverpool). My research investigates whether negative ion sources...

  • Robbie Abernethy

    I am a DPhil student at the University of Oxford studying materials for fusion reactors as part of the doctoral training network. I am being supervised by Dr David Armstrong...

  • Valentin Aslanyan

    I’m currently working towards my PhD, studying the interaction of Extreme Ultraviolet lasers with plasmas. During the course of my project, I have carried out experiments creating very dense plasmas...