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Kalle represents the IAEA at the PSI-26 conference13 May 2024

Kalle will represent the AMD Unit at the 26th International Plasma-Surface Interaction conference, taking place in Marseille, France from 12 – 17 May 2024.

His poster is P4-084: Update on IAEA activities on plasma-surface interactions and plasma edge processes.

Khadidja Benyahia joins the Unit8 April 2024

Welcome to Khadidja Benyahia, who joins the AMD Unit for 3 months from Tlemcen University, Algeria! She will be working on CollisionDB, a new plasma-material interaction database and machine-learning solutions for atomic and molecular data.

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Collisional cascade due to a 200 keV primary knock-on atom in tungsten
An illustration of the simulated collisional cascade in tungsten caused by the impact of a 200 keV neutron.
Image courtesy of Andrea Sand, University of Aalto.