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Hanna Schamis’ internship at ITER strengthens collaboration in PMI

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Hanna Schamis will be the first RSSEL graduate student to conduct research at ITER during her five month internship opportunity at the world’s largest fusion experiment in Spring 2017. Under the supervision of  Gregory de Temmerman, Coordinating Scientist Plasma Edge & PWI Science and Operations Department (SCOD)/Science Division (SD)/Tungsten Divertor & Plasma-Wall Interactions Section (TDPW),  Hanna will be working on […]

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Felipe Bedoya and Hanna Schamis’ work highlighted by PPPL Weekly

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NPRE’s graduate students Felipe Bedoya and Hanna Schamis have been highlighted for their work at the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) this year. Felipe Bedoya was a visiting graduate student at PPPL during the last NSTX-U run period, during which he took thesis data with the Materials Analysis and Particle Probe (MAPP) developed at RSSEL.  Bedoya used the […]

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Prof. Allain named 2016-17 Faculty Entrepreneurial Fellow

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Prof. Allain has been chosen as an Engineering at Illinois’  Faculty Entrepreneurial Fellow for the 2016-17 year. He joins the second class of Faculty Entrepreneurial Fellows, a program first of its kind in a U.S. College of Engineering supported by a group of passionate alumni. Fellows focus on bringing their work to the world by developing a technology and […]

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Professor J.P. Allain 2015-2016 U.S. Fulbright Scholar

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Prof. Allain has been selected as a U.S. Fulbright Scholar to Colombia and awarded the 2015-2016 Fulbright – Colciencias Innovation and Technology Award through a partnership between the United States Commission for Educational Exchange and the Colombian Government’s Department of Science, Technology and Innovation. Professor Allain will conduct research with collaborators from the Universidad de […]

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Professor Allain chairs IEEE Symposium On Fusion Engineering – SOFE 2015

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Prof. J.P. Allain chairs the 26th IEEE Symposium On Fusion Engineering – SOFE 2015, which will take place from May 31 – June 4, 2015 in Austin, Texas. The meeting will be co-located with the 20th IEEE Pulsed Power Conference – PPC 2015 at the Hilton Austin Hotel. Registration information is available online. Abstract submission deadline is January […]

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NPRE gains major plasma/fusion facility HIDRA, unique in that it combines a tokamak and a stellarator

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The Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics (IPP) in Greifswald has gifted a multimillion dollar plasma/fusion advanced physics testing facility to the University of Illinois as a result of the relationship the NPRE – Nuclear, Plasma, and Radiological Engineering’s plasma/fusion group has developed with the German institute. The HIDRA (Hybrid Illinois Device for Research and Applications) facility will boost the ability to perform fusion-relevant experiments on plasma-materials […]

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Invited talk at the American Vacuum Society – AVS International Symposium and Exhibition

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Prof. Allain will be giving an invited talk at the American Vacuum Society 61st International Symposium and Exhibition in Baltimore, Maryland, November 11, 2014.  The talk will head off the Plasma-Material Interactions I session and is titled: “Directed Irradiation Synthesis: Manipulating Matter in Nanoscale Self-Organized Systems”. During the symposium Zak Koyn will be presenting his work on: “Oxidation and nanopatterning […]

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Brandon Holybee will give invited talk at the 22nd International Conference on Ion-Surface Interactions

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Brandon Holybee has been invited to participate and give an invited talk at the 22nd International Conference on Ion-Surface Interactions ISI-2015 to be held in Moscow from 20 to 24 August 2015. ISI-2015 will be the next one in a series of traditional biennial meetings devoted to problems of physics of atomic collisions with solids and related topics. Brandon will be […]

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