Raghavan Jayakumar is a retired physicist who has worked and taught in Universities, National Laboratories and in industry. Jayakumar worked as a Plasma Physicist magnetic confinement devices at General Atomics, CA and in Cornell University, NY. He was an accelerator physicist deputy leader of the Superconducting synchrotron at the Superconducting SuperCollider, TX. While at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MA, he was the US magnet team leader on the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER).

Raghavan Jayakumar
Lawrence Livermore National Lab, CA, US
Raghavan Jayakumar is a retired physicist who has worked and taught in Universities, National Laboratories and in industry. Jayakumar worked as a Plasma Physicist magnetic confinement devices at General Atomics, CA and in Cornell University, NY. He was an accelerator physicist deputy leader of the Superconducting synchrotron at the Superconducting SuperCollider, TX. While at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MA, he was the US magnet team leader on the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER).

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