CoLab Points (actual)
CoLab Points are awarded to all the members who contributed to a winning integrated Proposal, as well as those who contributed to any sub-Proposals it contains. (See more)
CoLab Points (max. potential)
The maximum number of CoLab Points this member could receive. This is a measure of how many times the member’s Proposals have been included in other Proposals and how important it is in those Proposals. (See more)
Dr. Matthew J Moynihan has been working in fusion for 9 years as a researcher and advocate. He hold a PhD, MS in chemical engineering from the University of Rochester, Laboratory for Laser Energetics. He holds a BS in chemical engineering and a minor in mathematics from the University at Buffalo. His PhD thesis was chaired by Dr. Ricardo Betti, winner of the 2012 Ernest O Lawrence Award and 2009 Edward Teller Medal. From 2006 to 2013, he was a Horton Fellow working on subsystems for the National Ignition Facility at Lawrence Livermore National Labs.
In 2009, he founded The Polywell Blog - a source for information, analysis and context for the polywell and related fusion research. He is the author of 35 posts, over a dozen films and has networked the idea across 29 web platforms. He has over 1.3 million Google+ views and has spoken on fusion topics to a wide range of stakeholders.
|Energy Supply: Chemosynthetic Management of the Water/Energy/Nutrient Nexus-WENN||3/6/15|
|Teaching Fusion To The Public (On Wikipedia)||3/9/15|
|Trees for Food Security||3/26/15|
|Robotic Solar Armada||5/5/15|
|Teaching Fusion To The General Public||3/29/16|
|thepolywellguy updated Proposal Teaching Fusion To The General Public||3/29/16|