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Application of Neutron Physics

The aim of the course is to understand the role of the neutron in Physics and its importance in some of today's applications. In addition, the course aims to describe the physics principle on which the detection of neutrons is based
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Control of magnetic instabilities in fusion plasmas

This course discusses the state-of-the-art techniques to control or suppress magnetic instabilities in fusion plasmas.
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Energy Physics

A course on knowledge of the physical principles underlying primary energy resources, their availability and possibility of use. Also includes energy transformations.
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Experimentations in plasma physics

This course aims to give students the skills to plan and to implement a suitable diagnostics to perform basic measurements on laboratory plasmas in the linear, magnetically confined device GyM (IFP-CNR), operating to study plasma turbulence.
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Fusion on the back of an envelope

This course provides a broad introduction to fusion physics and lays the foundation for other lecture courses in this field.
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Fusion reactors: extreme materials, intense plasma wall interaction

This course treats plasma-edge physics and the extreme material challenges in fusion energy.
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Heating and diagnosing fusion plasmas

This course introduces the necessary tools, and teaches the physics and technical aspects of state-of-the-art heating and diagnosing methods in nuclear fusion research.
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Laboratory of plasma physics 1

The course aims to train students in their experimental skills in plasma physics.

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Laboratory of plasma physics 2

The course aims at teaching the general ideas and experimental tecniques for the characterization of electrical discharges in gas mixtures and their use in material processing.
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Magnetic confinement and MHD of fusion plasmas

This course treats a phenomenological description and a self-consistent MHD description of fusion plasmas and their confinement.
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Mathematical Methods in Modern Physics

The course aims to provide students with the basic notions regarding the definitions and the fundamental results for a geometric and topological approach to the study of classical field theory, with particular emphasis on classical vortex dynamics, ideal magnetohydrodynamics and quantum hydrodynamics.
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Plasma Physics 1

This course aims to teach the principles of plasma physics, including kinetic and fluid models, plasma-wave interaction, magnetohydrodynamics, and applications of plasmas.
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Plasma Physics 2

The course aims at providing the students with an introduction to plasma physics and thermonuclear fusion.
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Plasma Physics Laboratory

The aim of the course is to give students the skills to plan and to implement a suitable diagnostics to perform basic measurements on laboratory plasmas in linear device to be used to generate plasma.
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Plasma Physics: Applications

Learn about plasma applications from nuclear fusion powering the sun, to making integrated circuits, to generating electricity.
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Plasma Physics: Introduction

Learn the basics of plasma, one of the fundamental states of matter, and the different types of models used to describe it, including fluid and kinetic.