Dr. Joe Khachan

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Dr. Joe Khachan

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Dr. Joseph Khachan is associate professor in the school of physics, at the University of Sydney.  His peer reviewed publications cover fusors, space thrusters, polywells, solid-state materials and teaching methods. Our interview talks about how Dr. Khachan got started in fusion in 1992, by working on the TORTUS tokamak, headed by Rod Cross.  We then dive into his early work with fusors, and what he saw when he examined a fusor with a spectrometer.  Working with fusors led him to create a new kind of space thruster which led him into polywells and exotic IEC designs.  Dr. Khachan received his PhD in Physics from the University of New South Wales.

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