Jerahmie Radder

Position title: Alumni

Jerahmie’s primary research area was in RF heating and the design and fabrication of a quasi-optical launching system for the high-power electron cyclotron resonance heating microwaves – 2 gyrotrons, 100-200 kilowatts each, for 50 to 75 milliseconds. His research concentrated on measurement and modeling of power deposition and coupling to the electrons under ECH, and predictions of a resultant non-Maxwellian distribution in the electron population.

Jerahmie did not complete his PhD but began work in Minneapolis, MN.