Our research is funded by the National Science Foundation and the Department of Energy.
This generous research support enables to address the issue of plasma edge transport and plasma wall interaction from a very broad perspective.
The includes fusion energy focus research under DoE funding and generic plasma science innovation funded by NSF.
- “Plasma Material Interaction with Three-Dimensional Boundaries”“, DoE Early Career Award 2015, grant DE-SC0013911
- “Understanding neutral particle dynamics to generate a high density helicon wave driven laboratory plasma”, NSF CAREER award 2015, grant PHY-1455210
- “Control of Neutral Fueling and Helium Exhaust in NSTX-Upgrade Plasmas by Three-Dimensional Magnetic Control Fields“, DoE grant SC-0012315
- “Impact of three-dimensional equilibrium stability on island divertor performance at Wendelstein 7-X”, DoE grant DE-SC0014210, joint grant with the Auburn University, PI Prof. D. Maurer