Oliver Schmitz

Position title: Thomas and Suzanne Werner Professor

Email: oschmitz@wisc.edu

Education
PhD, Physics, Heinrich Heine University, Dusseldorf, Germany, 2006; Habilitation, Heinrich Heine University, Dusseldorf, Germany, 2013
Recent classes taught
Spring 2020: NE525 “Basics of Plasma Physics”; Fall 2018: NE305 “Fundamentals of Nuclear Engineering”; Fall 2018: NE4275 “Radiation detection and measurement”; Summer 2018: “Plasma Physics for High Schools” – an interactive outreach program with high school teachers and students (outreach project funded by the NSF CAREER grant); Spring 2018: NE526 “Laboratory on Plasma Physics” (teaching as research project in NSF CAREER grant); Fall 2017: NE305 “Fundamentals of Nuclear Engineering”; Spring 2017: NE526 “Laboratory on Plasma Physics” (teaching as research project in NSF CAREER grant); Spring 2017: NE922 “Seminar for Plasma Physics”; Fall 2016: NE305 “Fundamentals of Nuclear Engineering”
Schmitz-Oliver

Research Interests: Plasma edge physics, plasma surface interaction, 3D plasma boundaries, 3D plasma edge modeling, atomic physics for edge diagnostics,  plasma edge diagnostics, helicon plasma generation for wake field accelerator applications and for space propulsion

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