MagnetoFluid Dynamics Seminar
The MagnetoFluid Dynamics Seminar covers topics in fusion energy research and plasma physics. For the Spring 2021 period the seminar will usually meet on Wednesdays at 10:00 a.m. in room 905 of Warren Weaver Hall at 251 Mercer Street, New York
Seminar Organizer(s): Antoine Cerfon
Past Events

Tuesday, December 10, 201911AM, Warren Weaver Hall 905
Modeling and Scalability Analysis for Pancake Charging Solenoids Using Both Direct and Iterative Solvers
Jaman Mohebujjaman, MIT PSFC 
Tuesday, December 3, 201911AM, Warren Weaver Hall 905
Finite Larmor Radius effects at the Hmode pedestal and their implication of the force free MHD equilibrium
Weili Lee, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory 
Tuesday, November 19, 201911AM, Warren Weaver Hall 905
An adjoint approach for the shape gradients of threedimensional magnetohydrodynamic equilibria
Elizabeth Paul, University of Maryland, College Park 
Tuesday, November 12, 201911AM, Warren Weaver Hall 905
The Eulerian spacetime correlation of Magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) turbulence and the interpretation of Parker Solar Probe measurements
Jean Perez, Florida Tech 
Tuesday, October 8, 201911AM, Warren Weaver Hall 905
Direct identification of important coil deviations to avoid error fields using the Hessian matrix method
Caoxiang Zhu, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory 
Tuesday, October 1, 201911AM, Warren Weaver Hall 905
A Reactor that Spins: The Centrifugally Confined Mirror
Ian Abel, University of Maryland, College Park 
Tuesday, September 17, 201911AM, Warren Weaver Hall 905
The Role of 3D Geometry on Reducing Turbulent Transport in Stellarators
Benjamin Faber, University of Wisconsin, Madison