Mark D. Nornberg, Ph.D.

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2006 University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI 
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Fluid and Plasma Physics, Astronomy and Astrophysics
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Cary B. Forest grad student 2006 UW Madison
 (The role of MHD turbulence in magnetic self -excitation: A study of the Madison Dynamo Experiment.)
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Anderson JK, Kim J, Bonofiglo PJ, et al. (2016) Dynamics of a reconnection-driven runaway ion tail in a reversed field pinch plasma Physics of Plasmas. 23
Eilerman S, Anderson JK, Sarff JS, et al. (2015) Runaway of energetic test ions in a toroidal plasma Physics of Plasmas. 22
Nornberg MD, Taylor NZ, Forest CB, et al. (2014) Optimization of magnetic amplification by flow constraints in turbulent liquid sodium Physics of Plasmas. 21
Collins C, Clark M, Cooper CM, et al. (2014) Taylor-Couette flow of unmagnetized plasma Physics of Plasmas. 21
Lin L, Ding WX, Brower DL, et al. (2013) Measurement of energetic-particle-driven core magnetic fluctuations and induced fast-ion transport Physics of Plasmas. 20
Koliner JJ, Forest CB, Sarff JS, et al. (2012) Fast-particle-driven Alfvénic modes in a reversed field pinch. Physical Review Letters. 109: 115003
Rahbarnia K, Brown BP, Clark MM, et al. (2012) Direct observation of the turbulent emf and transport of magnetic field in a liquid sodium experiment Astrophysical Journal. 759
Kaplan EJ, Clark MM, Nornberg MD, et al. (2011) Reducing global turbulent resistivity by eliminating large eddies in a spherical liquid-sodium experiment. Physical Review Letters. 106: 254502
Spence EJ, Nornberg MD, Bayliss RA, et al. (2008) Fluctuation-driven magnetic fields in the Madison Dynamo Experiment Physics of Plasmas. 15
Spence EJ, Nornberg MD, Jacobson CM, et al. (2007) Turbulent diamagnetism in flowing liquid sodium. Physical Review Letters. 98: 164503
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