Pablo Rodríguez Fernández

I am a research scientist at the Plasma Science and Fusion Center from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

My professional goal is to do my bit towards fighting climate change and the energy crisis from a technical and scientific perspective. Fusion energy is a very promising technology and I am devoting my career to the better understanding and prediction of the core of fusion devices. I primarily work on the SPARC tokamak project, but I am also involved in research studies of the US Department of Energy at the ASDEX UpgradeAlcator C-Mod , DIII-D and JET tokamaks. My expertise lies in tokamak integrated modeling and scenario optimization, at the intersection between experiment and theory, with a focus on core energy transport.

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