Tilmann Lunt is a research scientist in the Plasma Edge and Wall Department (E2M) at IPP Garching. His scientific interests include alternative divertor configurations and the physics of the plasma edge, in particular the effects of 3D magnetic field perturbations. He is also responsible for the visual and near-infrared camera systems of the ASDEX Upgrade experiment.
Cary Forest is professor at the Department of Physics at the University of Wisconsin, Madison and director of the Wisconsin Plasma Physics Laboratory. He is also co-founder, CSO and acting CTO of Realta Fusion Incorporation.
Gabriel Plunk is a research scientist in the Stellarator Theory department (ST) of IPP, Greifswald. His scientific interests include gyrokinetic stability, turbulence, transport, and the theoretical foundations of stellarator optimization.
Karoline Wiesner is Professor of Complexity Science at the Institute of Physics and Astronomy, Potsdam University, and author of the book What is a Complex System?, published with Yale University Press. The book is most recently discussed on the podcast ’Simplifying Complexity’.
Dierk Raabe is director of the Department for Microstructure Physics, Alloy Design and Sustainable Synthesis of Materials at Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung, Düsseldorf and professor at RWTH Aachen