Star in a Jar: Harnessing the Power of Nuclear Fusion

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Star in a Jar: Harnessing the Power of Nuclear Fusion

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Mark Kennedy

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As a Shiley School of Engineering graduate of the National Academy of Engineering Grand Challenges Scholars Program, these presentations will address the basic theme of continuing life on the planet and making our world more sustainable, secure, healthy and joyful.

For the past two years I have been conducting research in inertial electrostatic confinement fusion reactors. I completed a summer research internship with my professor and started a capstone group in the subject. I chose to become a Grand Challenges Scholar to find support and additional resources in my fusion research. Throughout this program I’ve learned that not all challenges are technical and that it takes strong support from those around you to succeed.

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2019 Grand Challenge Scholars

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Star in a Jar: Harnessing the Power of Nuclear Fusion

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