Paul P. Woskov, Ph.D.

Research Engineer, Plasma Science and Fusion Center, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Dr. Woskov’s work involves development and use of technologies in the microwave through terahertz frequency range for applications in energy and environment. He has contributed to the development of the highest power millimeter-wave sources (gyrotrons/ lasers) and highly sensitive millimeter-wave heterodyne receivers and the transmission technologies to exploit their use. His current work involves applying millimeter-wave technologies developed for magnetic confinement fusion energy research to enabling geothermal energy and deep borehole storage of nuclear waste.

Dr. Woskov’s work involves development and use of technologies in the microwave through terahertz frequency range for applications in energy and environment. He has contributed to the development of the highest power millimeter-wave sources (gyrotrons/ lasers) and highly sensitive millimeter-wave heterodyne receivers and the transmission technologies to exploit their use. His current work involves applying millimeter-wave technologies developed for magnetic confinement fusion energy research to enabling geothermal energy and deep borehole storage of nuclear waste.

Website
www.psfc.mit.edu
Lectures

10.11.2022 (30:48)

Harnassing Geothermal Energy