Tag Archives: Livia Casali
Fusion-Focused Workshop a Rousing Success for Casali, Department
UT’s Zinkle Fellow and Assistant Professor Livia Casali co-hosted a conference focused on ITER and fusion-related coding and modelling.
Media Outlets Speak to Casali, Donovan About Fusion Breakthrough
UT nuclear engineering faculty members Livia Casali and David Donovan spoke to the media about a major breakthrough in fusion.
Casali Selected for Department of Energy Early Career Award
Zinkle Faculty Fellow Livia Casali has been selected for a US Department of Energy Early Career Award for her work in advancing fusion technology.
Casali Named ITER Scientist Fellow for Fusion Research
UT Zinkle Fellow and Assistant Professor Livia Casali has been named an ITER Fellow for her work in developing fusion technology.
Fusion Excitement Not Just About Energy
David Donovan and Livia Casali give an overview of the impact of a fusion experiment at the Joint European Torus (JET) experiment in England.
Casali Explains Fusion Breakthrough
Zinkle Fellow Livia Casali was one of two nuclear scientists who spoke to The Conversation Weekly in a recent podcast episode about a fusion breakthrough.
Casali Tests Nitrogen vs. Neon Impurity Seeding for Fusion Advancement
Zinkle Fellow and Assistant Professor Livia Casali has published new findings in Nuclear Fusion about the first nitrogen and neon seeding study.
Casali Presents at 5th Asian Pacific Conference on Plasma Physics
Assistant Professor and Zinkle Fellow Livia Casali presented research she conducted at the DIII-D National Fusion Facility at the 5th Asian Pacific Conference on Plasma Physics.
Casali Joins NE as Assistant Professor and Zinkle Faculty Fellow
Assistant Professor and Zinkle Faculty Fellow Livia Casali joins the Department of Nuclear Engineering’s fusion program.