Debasmita Samaddar (India)
obtained her PhD at the University of Alaska in Fairbanks and is now researching the parallelization of plasma simulation codes used to analyze ITER plasma performance.
Jing Na (China)
obtained his PhD at Beijing Institute of Technology and is developing advanced control algorithms for the ITER cryogenic system.
Sun Hee Kim (Korea)
obtained his PhD at the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne and is now working on the optimization of burning plasma scenarios for ITER.
Ian Pong (European Union)
obtained his PhD from the University of Cambridge and is now analyzing the performance of superconducting cables for the ITER magnet system.
Shimpei Futatani (Japan)
obtained his PhD from Kyoto University and is now developing a 3-D numerical simulation of physics processes underlying the control of edge-localized-modes in ITER.
Principality of Monaco / ITER Postdoctoral Fellowships
The ITER project involves a wide range of cutting-edge research activities in fusion science and technology. As a Monaco Postdoctoral Fellow at ITER, you will be working with some of the leading scientists and engineers in fusion energy research and conducting a research program which will contribute to the realization of the one of the great scientific goals of the 21st century.
Applicants for ITER/Monaco Postdoctoral Fellowships must meet the following requirements:
Topics of Postdoctoral Fellowships
Within the ITER project research possibilities exist in many areas of fusion science and technology, including:
Applicants are requested to apply through the ITER.org job site.
The e-Recruitment system will require you to:
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Further Information: For questions related to aspects of the Monaco/ITER Postdoctoral Fellowships or associated research projects please contact David.Campbell@iter.org.
Further Reading on ITER / Monaco Collaboration