The HBT-EP Tokamak is the fourth toroidal magnetic experiment constructed within the Columbia University Plasma Laboratory.
Papers & Publications
The papers, thesis, and publications of the HBT-EP group.
Plasma physics and fusion energy research projects on HBT-EP
The PHD Program
The Department of Applied Physics and Applied Mathematics offers graduate study leading to the degrees of Doctor of Engineering Science (Eng.Sc.D.) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) on or in support of the HBT-EP experiment.
Plasma devices generally use stainless steels for their strength. Their use, however, may not be possible in fusion reactors.
HBT-EP uses a complex feedback control to surpress and/or enhance plasma instabilities.
The HBT-EP group has access to vacuum, electrical, and machine shops services.
Are the backbone of HBT-EP research.