Plasma Physics and Fusion Science at The College of William and Mary


Welcome to the website for the research group of Prof. Mordijck at The College of William and Mary. Our research concentrates on Plasma Physics and Fusion Science of magnetic confinement devices. You can find out more about the people in our group, current research topics and publications on this site. Research in plasma physics and fusion science is a collaborative effort and we are always interested in new collaborations and people to join our group.


I am currently looking for motivated Ph.D. and undergraduate students to join my group
Motivated students that are interested in plasma physics or fusion sciences and would like to work on theory and modeling of Tokamak experiments should send me an email or drop by my office in McGlothlin-Street Hall.


11.15.2016 Eric Meier's paper on SOLPS-ITER modeling of the scrape-off layer heat flux width is now published in PPCF, see publications.
07.05.2016 Eric Meier will be giving an invited talk at this year's APS DPP meeting in San Jose, CA.
06.12.2016 Xin Wang succesfully defended his Ph.D. and is moving on to new adventures.
03.14.2016 Xin Wang's paper gets an honoroble mention for the "William & Mary Award for Excellence in the Natural & Computational Sciences".
02.03.2016 Xin Wang's first paper on the effect of ExB shear on particle transport is now available at PPCF, see publications.