Mariia Usoltceva and Ana Kostic win 'poster presentation' award at RFPPC 2019

On the far left: Ana Kostica; second from the right: Mari Usoltceva  (large view)

On the far left: Ana Kostica; second from the right: Mari Usoltceva

(07-06-2019) Mariia Usoltceva and Ana Kostic both won a prize for their outstanding posters at the 23rd Topical Conference on Radiofrequency Power in Plasmas.

At the RFPPC 2019 in Heifei, China, two out of four prizes were awarded to Mariia Usoltceva and Ana Kostic. Both doctoral students of the Research Unit Nuclear Fusion Applied Physics won the 'Outstanding Poster Presentation Made by a Student at the 23rd Topical Conference on Radiofrequency Power in Plasmas' - award for their posters entitled: "RF sheath modelling in the presence of propagating slow wave in the conditions of IShTAR" (M. Usoltceva) and "Direct local electric field measurements in the sheaths of ICRF antenna in IShTAR" (A. Kostic).

 

 

The 23rd Topical Conference on Radiofrequency Power in Plasmas (RFPPC 2019) - May 14-17, 2019 (Heifei, China)

Concerned with all aspects of electromagnetic waves in plasmas, including but not limited to applications in magnetic fusion devices, RF plasma sources, and studies of basic plasma wave physics and technology. 

  • Plasma wave interactions, such as heating, current generation, other 'phase space engineering,' diagnostics and plasma control
  • Applications of RF power in fusion devices such as tokamaks, stellarators, spherical tori, reversed-field pinches and other confinement concepts
  • Basic plasma wave physics
  • Applications to plasma sources for materials processing, space propulsion, ionospheric and space plasmas
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