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Jamie Gunn


Lecture

Shape design of plasma facing components for stationary and...

Short CV

Jamie Gunn is a physicist at the French Atomic Energy Commission, responsible for Langmuir probe measurements in the WEST tokamak. In addition to experimental measurements and design of new kinds of Langmuir probes, he is an expert in kinetic calculations of plasma-wall interaction, and has recently completed contracts for ITER involving studies of Langmuir probe design for high heat flux, actively cooled divertors, and tungsten monoblock shaping to evaluate and mitigate inter-ELM and ELM heat loads. Presently he is involved in collaborations with KSTAR on investigations of ELM heat loads on the edges of monoblocks; with American colleagues on tungsten transport in WEST using a dedicated sample probe; with COMPASS tokamak in Czech Republic on plasma-surface modelling and experiments; with ITER-China on Langmuir probe design for ITER and testing that design in WEST; is Scientific Coordinator of experiments on monoblock shaping in WEST; and is Principal Investigator of a European project to investigate theoretically the impact of hot, electron-emitting surfaces on the scrape-off layer.

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