PhD Student in Pulsed Plasma Drilling
Mohamed Ezzat Mostafa
Geothermal Energy & Geofluids
Institute of Geophysics
Education and Professional Career
|2018 – Present||PhD at ETH-Zurich working on Plasma-Rock interaction for developing the Plasma Pulsed Geothermal Drilling techniques.|
|2016 – 2018||MSc in Nuclear Fusion Science and Engineering Physics with –Great Distinction– from Ghent University, Belgium – Stuttgart University, Germany – University of Carlos III Madrid, Spain.
Thesis title: Advanced impurity transport modelling with its experimental comparison in the TJ-II experiment. TJ-II is a stellarator fusion experiment located at the National Fusion Laboratory, CIEMAT, Madrid, Spain. [Download PDF]
|2011-2015||BSc of Physics, –Excellent with honors– from Physics Dept., Mansoura University, Egypt.
Thesis title: Maxwell’s equations with magnetic charge (monopole) in fractional form. [Download PDF]
|2018 – Present||Scientific assistance at ETH-Zurich.|
|2015 – Present||Demonstrator at Physics Dept., Faculty of Science, Mansoura University , Egypt (Tenure – hold now).|
|26 Feb – 03 Mar 2018:||Studying landau damping using VLASOV code: It was a hand one project to study the competition between Landau damping and collision. It holds and the results had been presented at IRFM, CEA, France|
|19 Feb – 23 Feb 2018||Analysing COMPASS data for the heat flux decay length: The task was analyzing diverter probes data for heat flux profile construction. A python routine had been introduced for fitting which significantly faster than the old Matlab one. The work still in progress for mapping the profile to the midplane to rich the data libraries for scaling the decay length for ITER in L-mode. Done remotely from IRFM, CEA, France.|
|03 Dec – 16 Dec 2017:||Shoulder formation vs Collisionality campaign@COMPASS: My task was calculating the divertor collisionality profile using the divertor probes array. I had created a python routine for data acquisition, analysis and construct the collisionality profile. It had held at COMPASS Tokamak, IPP, Prague, Czech Republic.|