Plasma experiment at Kashiwa Campus

Plasma experiment at Kashiwa Campus

long time no see. I’m Ueda, a second-year doctoral student at Nishiura Lab. How are you all doing at the end of the year? At the end of the year, as the title suggests, I visited the Kashiwa Campus of the University of Tokyo to conduct plasma experiments. Even though I am a student of the University of Tokyo, some of you may have thought, “Huh?” Actually, I usually live in Gifu Prefecture, and now I spend a day trip to Kashiwa Campus on occasion or on a business trip for about a week. As a feature of the Department of Advanced Energy Engineering, collaborative courses have been established, and students belong to external institutions such as JAXA, the Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry (CRIEPI), and the National Institute for Fusion Science (NIFS) at the time of application. You can engage in large-scale and highly specialized research such as In my case, I decided to move to Gifu Prefecture when I started my doctoral course, and since then I have been conducting research at NIFS, where Nishiura’s laboratory is located.
Going back to the topic, this time I used a measurement system called coherence imaging spectroscopy (CIS) to investigate the behavior of the ion Doppler flow when fluctuations occurred. Participated in experiments on confinement devices. There are times when I have to set up experiments in a short period of time during my business trip, and there are times when I feel rushed and tense. I feel like

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