Our team noticed a little bit of holiday magic in the real-time equilibrium solution of a recent shot. While this heart-shaped plasma might not have been real, our love of fusion energy is evident every day.
These sharp looking stickers with in-vessel photos were distributed at the Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physics (CUWiP) this past weekend. These were a hit, so we’re printing another batch. Next time you pass through DIII-D, be sure to grab one.
Fusion Scientist Image from AI
The DALL-E 2 artificial intelligence system generates original images based on prompts. The four images below were generated by DALL-E 2 based on my prompt, “photo of a scientist advancing fusion energy research.” All four images show a scientist standing way too close to the device, with three of them being visibly harmed by the […]
A Discussion on Self-leadership
One very positive experience I had on Clubhouse was meeting Sally Foley-Lewis, a professional coach and leadership expert. She is conducing analysis about self-leadership and interviewing professionals to learn about their experiences. I had the chance to talk to her about this and learned a lot myself. Side note: there are some very good project […]
A Great Dog
A Trip to Stockholm: One Old Ship and Lots of New Research
I spent a few days in Stockholm (my first visit there) and will cut straight to the highlight: The Vasa. The Vasa, seen at right in its home at the Vasa Museum, was built by Sweden in the early 1600’s as the largest warship in the world. The Vasa sank during its maiden voyage in […]