My name is Bram Wolf and I am currently following a double master degree in Applied Physics and Science and Technology of Nuclear fusion. My initial interest in Nuclear Fusion technology has been sparked by the potential relief that the success of nuclear fusion as energy source may bring to the impending global energy crisis. Even though the area of research has very specific long term goals (namely ITER and DEMO), the field provides a multitude of technological- and scientific challenges in all thinkable fields to be solved.
My general field of study is plasma physics with focus on plasmas suitable for nuclear fusion. I am currently working on my graduation project at the Fusion group in collaboration with EPG, involving the development of spectroscopic diagnostics for the TU/e Fusor.