- PhD Candidate in Computational Plasma Physics
Sarah Chase studied Physics and Statistics at the University of California, Berkeley, before coming to UCLA for her PhD in Computational Plasma Physics. At UCLA, she joined the Particle-in-Cell and Kinetic Simulation Software Center (PICKSC) and uses powerful supercomputers to study laser plasma interactions. As a teaching associate, Sarah has taught multiple undergraduate courses in the Physics & Astronomy department.
The Power of the Sun, in the Palm of Your Hand
Come learn how to bring the power of the sun down to Earth. Starlight is produced by fusion and scientists are learning to replicate this process in the lab. Within our lifetimes, fusion will become a primary power source and someday you may even be able to hold a fusion device in the palm of […]
Fusion in your Backyard
Why does the sun shine? Will houses someday be powered by a star in a box? Come hear about the future of fusion energy and why it matters in our lives!