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I was born in Subotica, year 1989, but raised in the nearby village Aleksa Šantić. I finished undergraduate physics studies in Novi Sad, after which I obtained Master and PhD degree in nuclear fusion as part of Erasmus Mundus program with Ghent University as home institution. At the institute I am working on vacuum ultraviolet (VUV) spectroscopy, while I am still interested in continuing my PhD topic in runaway electrons. I am also co-founded of Fusion Education Network, a non-profit organization that popularizes nuclear fusion in Western Balkan.
In free time I am also playing basketball and football, riding bike wherever and whenever I can and enjoying beer in any aspect.
- Plasma diagnostics
- VUV spectroscopy
- Nuclear fusion
- Runaway Electrons
OI 171014 – Spectroscopic diagnostics of low-temperature plasmas and gas discharges: Spectral line shapes and interactions with surfaces – National project – Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia
M. Vlainic, J. Mlynar, J. Cavalier, V. Weinzettl, R. Paprok, M. Imrisek, O. Ficker, M. Varavin, P. Vondracek, J.-M. Noterdaeme and the COMPASS Team,
Post-disruptive runaway electron beam in COMPASS Tokamak,
J. Plasma Phys., Vol. 81, 475810506 (2015), DOI.
M. Vlainic, J. Mlynar, V. Weinzettl, R. Paprok, M. Imrisek, O. Ficker, P. Vondracek, J. Havlicek,
First dedicated observations of runaway electrons in the COMPASS tokamak,
NUKLEONIKA, Vol. 60(2), p. 249-255 (2015), DOI.