Students are part of large team that achieved fusion ignition for the first time in a laboratory.
Bridging careers in aerospace manufacturing and fusion energy, with a focus on intentional inclusion
Joy Dunn ’08 helps solve the world’s greatest climate challenges while creating an open and equitable working environment.
More complete than existing methods, the new approach might enable longer operational lifetimes for nuclear reactors.
In a residency supported by the Department of Energy, the MIT PhD candidate will explore the high-field side of the DIII-D tokamak.
MIT expands research collaboration with Commonwealth Fusion Systems to build net energy fusion machine, SPARC
New five-year agreement will support SPARC science, increase graduate students and postdocs, and support interdisciplinary work toward fusion power plants.
Linking techniques from machine learning with advanced numerical simulations, MIT researchers take an important step in state-of-the-art predictions for fusion plasmas.
New technology could help generate hydrogen and chemical industry ingredients.
MIT undergraduates whose research areas explore artificial intelligence, space, and climate change honored for their academic achievements.
After four decades at the Plasma Science and Fusion Center, Deputy Director Martin Greenwald embodies a brief history of fusion at MIT.