News - General

  • Welcome to the 2018 Fusion CDT Cohort!

    In September we welcomed our new cohort of Fusion CDT students across the five university partners. Since the start of term, as well as studying there has been time to...

  • Aneeqa in the news

    Fusion CDT alumnum Aneeqa Khan featured on Sky News recently, explaining the science behind the ITER project. Aneeqa joined the Fusion CDT programme in 2012 and completed her PhD based...

  • Pride in London – July 2018

    Following his participation in the LGBTSTEMinar that came to York earlier this year, Andrew Malcolm-Neale was asked to join PrideinSTEM* to march in Pride in London 2018. Andrew is a...

  • Nuclear Photonics 2018 – poster award for Chris Underwood

    Christopher Underwood attended the Nuclear Photonics 2018 conference in Brasov, Romania in June 2018 and was awarded a Second Prize in their Best Poster Awards. Chris is a second year...

  • Let there be light

    Shahnaz Hoque, a first year Fusion CDT student based at the University of Oxford, reports on an event she organised in June 2018: “I am a first year DPhil student...

  • How do you confine a Sun to a box?

    For the past year Jack Haley (Fusion CDT student based at Oxford) has been working with animators to create a short film called ‘Materials for nuclear fusion: how do you...

  • Poster prize winner – Jack Haley

    Congratulations to Jack Haley, a 4th year Fusion CDT student, who recently won first prize in the ‘Scientific Conference’ category in the University of Oxford, Department of Materials annual poster...

  • Fusion Frontiers and Interfaces Workshop 2018

    The annual Fusion Frontiers and Interfaces workshop took place at York Plasma Institute from 30 April to 4 May 2018. This workshop explores the frontiers of fusion research and the...

  • Researching for Welsh Assembly Members: My EPSRC Internship

    Robert Abernethy, a fourth year Fusion CDT student based at University of Oxford, reports on his recent internship: I recently spent three months away from my DPhil on materials for...

  • KSTAR Collaboration

    Thirteen Fusion CDT students and six supervisors travelled to South Korea in February 2018 to attend a collaboration kick-off meeting on research relating to KSTAR (Korea Superconducting Tokamak Advanced Research)....