Nuclear Reactor Physics and Fusion Energy Science


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Nuclear Reactor Physics and Fusion Energy Science



Apparatus of Cryogenic Pressure
Swing Adsorption Process
for Hydrogen Isotope Separation

We have been studying the next-generation nuclear power systems composed of advanced reactors and fuel cycle, not only fission but also fusion energy systems, with knowledge, intelligence and sence of nuclear reactor physics and chemical engineering.


Professor Nozomu Fujimoto
Associate Professor Hideaki Matsuura

The Main Research Topics

  • Analysis of ignition and burn properties of inertially confined plasmas
  • Study on nuclear transmutation by high-temperature gas-cooled reactor
  • Study of cryogenic adsorption processes for hydrogen isotope separation
  • Study on system dynamics of next-generation nuclear fuel cycle
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