Robin Heinonen is a Ph.D student studying turbulent plasma physics under the mentorship of Patrick Diamond. He is currently researching avalanching, turbulence spreading, and zonal flows in tokamak plasmas via analytical and computational methods. He is also broadly interested in machine learning and nonlinear dynamics.
Prior to attending UCSD, Mr. Heinonen completed undergraduate degrees in physics and mathematics at the University of Minnesota and spent nearly a year working on computational warm dense plasmas as a post-baccalaureate intern at Los Alamos National Laboratory.
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