Ion Cyclotron Emission in the Presence of Beam Ion Losses

I recently participated in the European Physical Society’s 43rd Conference on Plasma Physics where I gave an oral presentation concerning ion cyclotron emission in tokamaks. Besides having the cool abbreviation of ICE, ion cyclotron emission is interesting because it might be something that can be measured in ITER to provide an indication of the confinement of energetic ions. There is a lot of work going on right now that is concerned with developing theory that will allow us to convert ICE measurements into actual plasma understanding.

All of my slides are included below as individual images, but you can also download the Full Presentation (PDF, 7.8 MB).

The conference was held in Leuven, Belgium, which provided a great backdrop.

Leuven sculpture (left) and a bread turtle (right).

Leuven sculpture (left) and a bread turtle (right).

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