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- ELI attosecond in Szeged (HU);
- High voltage laboratory in Brno (CZ), where they work with 120 kA currents and 2 MV voltages;
- Helmholtz‐Zentrum Dresden‐Rossendorf in Dresden (D) seeing Ion Beam Facility and Radiation Source ELBE;
- ELI beams and Institute of Plasma Physics in Prague (CZ), latter one showed him COMPASS tokamak and PALS ion laser.
Miloš‘ previous work during the PhD research has payed off. The article on “Runaway electron beam stability and decay in COMPASS” has been published in Nuclear Fusion journal.
Since 1st March 2019, Marijana has new role as Assistant Professor (“docent” in Serbian) at the Faculty of Engineering, University of Kragujevac. But above all, we are happy that she is going to stay the part of our team despite new obligations.
She gave a lecture entitled “Uncovering Beryllium line with forbidden component”:
>>> MISSING PHOTO (waiting for organizors) <<<
She also obtained an Award Certificate for complimentary registration for the next year conference edition in Tucson, AR (USA):
For more details visit the following link.
We are proudly presenting published article as a proceeding of the SPIG conference by Miloš. The article is entitled “Experimental Runaway Electron Current Estimation in COMPASS Tokamak” and published by Atoms journal.