Plasma Physics Colloquium 2009-2010

The Plasma Physics Colloquium meets on Friday afternoons, when classes are in session, from 2:00-3:00 PM in Room 210 or 214 Mudd (unless otherwise noted).

Coordintor: Michael Mauel

9/25/09
F.L. Waelbroeck, University of Texas
"Effect of Resonant Magnetic Perturbations on particle transport"

10/9/09
G.A. Wurden, Los Alamos National Laboratory
"The Real Mission of ITER"

10/30/09
Deepak Kumar, California Institute of Technology
"Experimental investigations of magnetohydrodynamic plasma jets"

11/23/09
Dylan Brennan, University of Tulsa

12/18/2009
G.R. Tynan, University of California, San Diego
"Large scale ordered flow generation from turbulence: statistical and visualization studies in a laboratory experiment"

2/25/10
210 Mudd, 11:00 AM &
2/26/10
210 Mudd, 2:00 PM
Piero Martin, University of Padova
Host: Michael Mauel

3/18/10
210 Mudd, 11:00 AM &
3/19/10
214 Mudd, 2:00 PM
Troy Carter, UCLA
Host: Michael Mauel

4/9/10
210 Mudd, 2:00 PM
Niels Madsen, Swansea University
"Antihydrogen Trapping - A quest for low temperature non-neutral plasmas"
Host: Thoms Pedersen

4/16/10
210 Mudd, 2:00 PM
Holger Reimerdes, General Atomics/Columbia University
"Interaction between externally applied non-axisymmetric magnetic fields, the kink mode stability and plasma rotation in the DIII-D tokamak"
Host: Michael Mauel


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