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David Donovan

Associate Professor of Nuclear Engineering, University of Tennessee

My research focuses on fusion energy science, plasma physics, plasma-material interactions (PMI), near term applications of nuclear fusion devices, material characterization tools (SEM, FIB, EBSD, GIXRD, AFM), He ion damage to tungsten in fusion relevant environments, plasma and heat flux diagnostic development and implementation, surface chemistry analysis (XPS), boundary plasma experimental research, impurity transport studies in magnetically confined fusion devices.

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