26.07.2014 - 02.08.2014 | Nizhny Novgorod
A fruitful collaboration exists between German and Russian partners in the field of high power microwave heating of fusion plasmas. The goal of this network is to bring together a broad expertise in the field of microwave technology for fusion plasmas, both in heating and in diagnostics, and exploit synergies between the groups. As outcome, we expect major advances in both fields that will be relevant for fusion research as a whole, but in particular, also for the international ITER project, in which both Germany (as partner of EURATOM) as well as Russia are part.
Another aim of this workshop is to discuss activities and investigations of THz generation for materials spectroscopy (NMR, MRI) and of high power millimeter waves from gyrotrons for materials processing, e.g. sintering of nano-structured ceramics and compounds.
Prof Alexander Litvak
Institute of Applied Physics
Russian Academy of Sciences
Uljanov Street 46
Nizhny Novgorod 603600 | Russsia
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