Ronald Gilgenbach

Chihiro Kikuchi Collegiate Professor of Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences

Ronald Gilgenbach

Chihiro Kikuchi Collegiate Professor of Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences

Biography

Ronald Gilgenbach, the Chihiro Kikuchi Collegiate Professor of Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences, and the Department Chair at U-M has been on the faculty for 36 years. He researches the fusion science and technology of intense electron beams and plasmas generated by advanced MV and MA accelerators; he also explores high-power microwave generation from intense electron beams. Gilgenbach, who performed research and development at Bell Labs, Naval Research Labs and Oak Ridge National Laboratory, has supervised 47 graduated Ph.D. students, has published some 170 articles in refereed journals, and has 5 patents granted. More information is available here.

All sessions by Ronald Gilgenbach

Welcome

8:45 am – 8:55 am
Rackham Building

Panel Discussion: Future Technologies

11:25 am – 12:15 pm
Rackham Building
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