Congratulations to our 2020 graduates!

Meet our 2020 graduates


Norman Cao, PhD in Applied Plasma Physics

Addressing challenges in controlling plasma and plasma turbulence
In his PhD thesis, Norman Cao questions assumptions about plasma turbulence; he questions what’s next.


Daniel Korsun, SB in Physics with a Minor in NSE 

Designing high-field magnets
The Effects of Magnetic Field During Irradiation on Critical Current Capabilities of REBCO High-Temperature Superconductors


Adam Kuang, PhD in Applied Plasma Physics

A new path to solving a longstanding fusion challenge
Novel design could help shed excess heat in next-generation fusion power plants.


Pyae Phyo, PhD in Chemistry

From Myanmar to NMR
Pyae Phyo’s journey to the center of the plant cell wall relies on nuclear magnetic resonance technology

Topics: Magnetic fusion energy, SPARC, High field magnets, High resolution NMR, Plasma turbulence, Mei Hong, Zachary Hartwig, Anne White, Brian LaBombard