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Ricardo Shousha - Internship at EPFL

Supported by FuseNet, Ricardo Shousha implemented an event detector in control system as part of his internship at EPFL in Lausanne, Switzerland.

Sven Korving - Internship at ITER

Supported by FuseNet, Sven Korving implemented a sputtering model to the MHD code JOREK as part of his internship at ITER in Cadarache, France.

Tim Meulenbroeks - Internship at the National Institute for Fusion Science, Japan

Supported by FuseNet, Tim Meulenbroeks investigated the use of Hight Temperature Superconductor tapes in reactor-scale magnetic coils at NIFS, Japan.

Garud Snoep - Graduation thesis at DIII-D

Supported by FuseNet, Garud Snoep developed a code workflow to study impurity transport in magnetic fusion devices at the DIII-D tokamak in San Diego, California.

Gerard Oosterwegel - Internship at Max Planck Institute in Garching, Germany

Supported by FuseNet, Gerard Oosterwegel investigated the inconcistencies between the MHD codes JOREK and STARWALL for his internship in the Max Planck Institute in Garching, Germany.

Bořek Leitl- Testimony from the Plasma Diagnostics course at EPFL.

Supported by FuseNet, Bořek Leitl attended the Plasma Diagnostics course at École Polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) in Lausanne,Switzerland.

Kornee Kleijwegt - Internship at Princeton University/IPPL

Supported by FuseNet, Kornee Kleijwegt worked on disruption prediction using machine learning, as part of his internship at the Princeton University/ PPNL.

Jasper Beckers - Graduation thesis at DIII-D

Supported by FuseNet, Jasper Beckers developed a Neutral Beam Ion Source for the DIII-D tokamak, as part of his thesis project at the NFF in San Diego, California.

Andrea Tancetti - Graduation thesis at IPP, Greifswald

Supported by FuseNet, Andrea Tancetti investigated the inverse cascade of energy in two dimensional plasmas, as part of his thesis project at IPP in Greifswald, Germany.

Jaume Mata González - Internship at TU/e

Supported by FuseNet, Jaume Mata González worked for his Master internship on a design of a 3D printed divertor target that operated with a liquid metal.

Sjak Jansen - Internship at EAST in China

Supported by FuseNet, Sjak Jansen worked on measuring the ion temperature with X-ray crystal spectroscopy, as part of his internship at EAST in HeiFei, China.

Wouter Oosterbeek - Internship at General Atomics

Supported by FuseNet, Wouter Oosterbeek worked on deconvolution of polychromator filter spectra at DIII-D as part of his internship at General Atomics in San Diego.

Marko Mayr - Internship at IPP Garching

Powered by FuseNet, Marko Mayr did his Master's internship at the Max-Planck Institute for Plasma Physics in Garching. Here he investigated at AUG how the energy confinement time scales with the reduced heating power.

Tymofii Khvan - Internship at SCK∙CEN

Supported by FuseNet, Tymofii Khvan completed his internship at SCK∙CEN in Mol, Belgium. Here he worked on determining “true stress – true strain” curves of tungsten.

Michele Marin - Master Thesis at CCFE

Powered by FuseNet, Michele Marin has done his master thesis at the Culham Centre for Fusion Energy on the topic of speeding up SOLPS-codes using the Parareal algorithm.

Federico D'Isa - Master Thesis at IPP Garching

Supported by FuseNet, Federico D'Isa did his master thesis at the Max Planck Institute in Garching, working on the topic of density shoulder formation.

Vladislav Mikhailov - Internship at the Laplace Laboratory

Supported by FuseNet, Vladislav Mikhailov did an internship at the Laplace Laboratory in Toulouse on Langmuir probe measurements.

Jonathan van den Berg - Internship at JT-60SA

Jonathan van den Berg visited JT-60SA in Japan for his internship on real-time Thomson Scattering diagnostics, for which he received FuseNet-funding.

Xiang Cheng - Internship at Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory

Supported by FuseNet, Xiang Cheng has done a 3-month internship at PPPL on the topic of the non-adiabatic behaviour of particles in a magnetic mirror trap.

Ray Chandra - Internship at KSTAR

Supported by FuseNet, Ray Chandra visited the KSTAR tokamak in South-Korea for his internship on optical boundary construction.

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