Recent doctoral graduate Shawn Zamperini’s research observing impurity transport in the edge of core plasma landed him a position with DIII-D National Fusion Facility.
Wes Hines, Maik Lang, Jamie Coble, David Donovan, and Michelle McBee received faculty and staff awards from UT’s Tickle College of Engineering.
UT nuclear engineering researchers helped influence a new federal push toward making a working fusion power plant a reality by the late 2030s.
Congratulations to the following faculty members who will start the 2020 fall semester with well-earned promotions and/or tenure. Promoted to […]
Academic and administrative colleagues of the Tickle College of Engineering show appreciation for each other every day as a matter […]
The 2nd Joint Community Planning Workshop for Magnetic Fusion Energy and Fusion Materials & Technology, held at UT in November, […]
Fusion powers the sun and all the stars in the galaxy. It produces nearly all of the elements. It’s the […]
Nuclear engineering students Jonah Duran and Shawn Zamperini, along with Assistant Professor David Donovan, recently visited DIII-D—the nation’s leading fusion […]
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