Eleni Mitsi graduated from the Physics Department of National Kapodistrian University of Athens (2017) and received her M.Sc. in “Physics and Technological Applications” from National Technical University of Athens (2019).
During her BSc’s and Master’s thesis she developed an open-source code to analyze μ-XRF spectra and also gained experience in neutron spectroscopy utilizing liquid scintillator followed by a pulse shape discrimination-capable circuit.
Since 2020 she is a research associate at the Fusion Technology Group of the Institute of Nuclear and Radiological Sciences, Technology, Energy & Safety at NCSR ‘Demokritos’. She studies the evolution of defects created by protons impinging on tungsten (W) by means of in-situ electrical resistivity measurements.
The EUROfusion programme is based on the Roadmap to the realization of Fusion Energy. The programme has two aims: