The course will provide the lectures mainly for doctoral degree program students on accelerator and fusion reactor engineering, students deeply understand the detail of accelerator and fusion related technology.
Students can explain the details of accelerator and fusion engineering based on the deep understanding of this scientific field.
accelerator, nuclear fusion
|✔ Specialist skills||Intercultural skills||Communication skills||Critical thinking skills||Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
Lectures will be delivered by the lecturers in various fields in accelerator and fusion engineering
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||Cluster Beam Generation and Acceleration||To be able to explain how to generate and accelerate cluster beams|
|Class 2||Production of Radioisotopes Using Particle Accelerators||Depending on the topic and the lecturer|
|Class 3||Isotope Separation by Plasma Methods||To be able to give various examples of isotope separation by plasma methods and to judge their technical feasibility|
|Class 4||Heavy-Ion Inertial Fusion II - Indirect Drive Approach -||Explain the pros and cons of the indirect-drive approach to heavy-ion inertial fusion in comparison with conventional direct-drive schemes.|
|Class 5||Applications of Particle Accelerators||Explain applications of particle accelerators.|
|Class 6||Numerical Analysis on Nuclear Fusion||Explain a part of numerical analysis in nuclear fusion.|
|Class 7||Introduction to Low-speed Positron Beam||Explain the generation, control, and measurement techniques of low-speed positron beams.|
To enhance effective learning, students are encouraged to spend approximately 100 minutes reviewing class content afterwards for each class.
They should do so by referring to course material.
Introduced by the lecturer depending on the topic
The understanding and knowledge on accelerator and fusion reactor technologies are evaluated through a small quiz or assignments of each lecture.
General fundamental knowledge of accelerator and fusion reactor engineering