Hello from Zurich [Switzerland]

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Pascal Mueller
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Hello from Zurich [Switzerland]

Post by Pascal Mueller » Fri Nov 16, 2018 10:13 pm

Hey everyone!

so I did read for quit a long time. I don't know exactly when I started reading but some time ago I finally decided to actually pursue this project. My goal is to build a fusion ready fusor.

I'm 27 and studying computational science (not computer science) at ETH Zurich. I actually started with physics but had to switch my subject. My current goal is to become a computational physicist. I always liked fusion and I always had it in mind as a field where I once could work.
There are several reason I chose to pursue this project. One is just plain fun, the second is the challenge. Another is that I get a first quick glance into the whole subject. Also, I think if could give me an advantage when applying for some thesis somewhere. Anyway, I am serious about it. :)

I am at the very beginning but I bet that you'll hear from me. I planned it as a long term project, since I am quit busy in general.

Let's see how it goes. :)

PS: Who would I have to contact to have an account removed I created before but couldn't activate?

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Dennis P Brown
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Re: Hello from Zurich [Switzerland]

Post by Dennis P Brown » Sun Nov 18, 2018 12:45 pm

Welcome and good luck in making your fusor. Be careful buying equipment - especially a power supply. Read the FAQ's and if unsure, do ask about a supply before buying it. An incorrect supply will stop any project.

Pascal Mueller
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Re: Hello from Zurich [Switzerland]

Post by Pascal Mueller » Tue Nov 20, 2018 12:11 am

I did quite some reading and I'm going to make a serious plan about the whole project.

Thanks

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