Cesare Tronci visiting Germany for 10 months funded by a Humboldt Fellowship

Cesare Tronci is a Visiting Fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics for 10 months (January to November 2019) supported by a Fellowship from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation.  The MPI is located in Garching, just northeast of Munich in Germany, and his host at the institute is Professor Dr Eric Sonnendrücker. During the year Cesare will also be doing some travelling. In February he visited and gave a talk at University College Dublin (link here). He is in NYC in March to attend a meeting on the Princeton-based network on magnetic confinement plasmas (link here) funded by the Simons Foundation. He will be visiting the University of Bristol in April.  A video of his talk at MRSI in Berkeley is available for viewing here.