Just want to point out that Alcator C-Mod is not dead. There is still plenty of time to have Congress continue funding our operations and to restore funding to other existing experiments, and we have been working extremely hard to make that happen.asdfuogh wrote:Probably depends on what you're thinking of doing after grad school. Columbia has a better name.. overall, right? So if it's not related to physics or plasma physics, you're probably better off going to Columbia (plus, more money on paper). Also, if you're going into fusion, you should think about what the funding situation will be like during your time there because most of the US funding for fusion is going to ITER (hence, death of the Alcator).
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