Applied Superconductivity
Laboratory

Felix Huber Earns PhD with Tokamak Fusion Reactor Study

On 7th October, Felix Huber triumphantly passed the viva for his PhD degree, focusing on the ‘Electromagnetic Modelling of a Tokamak Fusion Reactor Magnet System using 2G High-Temperature Superconductors’. This significant achievement represents years of meticulous research into a critical …

Attend EUCAS 2023 in Italy

Members of the Strathclyde Applied Superconductivity Laboratory proudly represented their institution at the prestigious European Conference on Applied Superconductivity (EUCAS) 2023 held in Italy. EUCAS is a renowned international event that brings together scientists, researchers, and experts in the field …

Productive Research Group Meeting

The Applied Superconductivity Laboratory held a dynamic meeting where members discussed their future plans for research extension and presented their recent work. Each member shared their findings and engaged in constructive discussions, leading to potential collaborations and exciting new directions. …