Emil Fransson

Part-time fixed-term teacher at Astronomy and Plasmaphysics
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2024

Progress in the development of the ITER baseline scenario in TCV

B. Labit, O. Sauter, T. Puetterich et al
Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion. Vol. 66 (2)
Journal article
2023

A fast neural network surrogate model for the eigenvalues of QuaLiKiz

Emil Fransson, Andreas Gillgren, A. Ho et al
Physics of Plasmas. Vol. 30 (12)
Journal article
2023

Validation of D-T fusion power prediction capability against 2021 JET D-T experiments

Hyun-Tae Kim, F. Auriemma, Jorge Ferreira et al
Nuclear Fusion. Vol. 63 (11)
Journal article
2022

Overview of the TCV tokamak experimental programme

H. Reimerdes, M. Agostini, E. Alessi et al
Nuclear Fusion. Vol. 62 (4)
Journal article
2022

Disruption prediction with artificial intelligence techniques in tokamak plasmas

J. Vega, A. Murari, S. Dormido-Canto et al
Nature Physics. Vol. In Press
Review article
2022

Enabling adaptive pedestals in predictive transport simulations using neural networks

Andreas Gillgren, Emil Fransson, Dimitriy Yadykin et al
Nuclear Fusion. Vol. 62 (9)
Journal article
2022

Upgrade and benchmark of quasi-linear transport model EDWM

Emil Fransson, Hans Nordman, Pär Strand
Physics of Plasmas. Vol. 29 (11)
Journal article
2022

Enhanced performance in fusion plasmas through turbulence suppression by megaelectronvolt ions

J. Garcia, Ye. O. Kazakov, J. Ongena et al
Nature Physics. Vol. In Press
Journal article
2022

Quasi-Linear transport model EDWM: Update and benchmarking

Emil Fransson, Hans Nordman, Pär Strand
48th EPS Conference on Plasma Physics, EPS 2022
Paper in proceeding
2022

Role of NBI fuelling in contributing to density peaking between the ICRH and NBI identity plasmas on JET

T. Tala, F. Eriksson, P. Mantica et al
Nuclear Fusion. Vol. 62 (6)
Journal article
2022

Overview of JET results for optimising ITER operation

J. Mailloux, N. Abid, K. Abraham et al
Nuclear Fusion. Vol. 62 (4)
Review article
2021

Comparing particle transport in JET and DIII-D plasmas: gyrokinetic and gyrofluid modelling

Emil Fransson, Frida Eriksson, Michael Oberparleiter et al
Nuclear Fusion. Vol. 61 (1)
Journal article
2021

The ITER baseline scenario at ASDEX upgrade and TCV

T. Pütterich, O. Sauter, F. Bagnato et al
47th EPS Conference on Plasma Physics, EPS 2021. Vol. 2021-June, p. 17-20
Paper in proceeding
2021

Comparison of particle transport and confinement properties between the ICRH and NBI heated dimensionless identity plasmas on JET

T. Tala, A. Mariani, A. Salmi et al
47th EPS Conference on Plasma Physics, EPS 2021. Vol. 2021-June, p. 317-320
Paper in proceeding
2020

Collisionality driven turbulent particle transport changes in DIII-D H-mode plasmas

S. Mordijck, T. L. Rhodes, L. Zeng et al
Nuclear Fusion. Vol. 60 (6)
Journal article
2019

Density peaking in JET-determined by fuelling or transport?

T. Tala, Hans Nordman, A. Salmi et al
Nuclear Fusion. Vol. 59 (12)
Journal article
2019

Interpretative and predictive modelling of Joint European Torus collisionality scans

Frida Eriksson, Emil Fransson, Michael Oberparleiter et al
Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion. Vol. 61 (11)
Journal article
2019

Overview of the JET preparation for deuterium-tritium operation with the ITER like-wall

E. Joffrin, S. Abduallev, M. Abhangi et al
Nuclear Fusion. Vol. 59 (11)
Review article

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