NEWS: Joseph Minervini

A conversation with Julien Barber

Grad student Julien Barber shares his experience at the Young Future Energy Leaders program for students and young professionals. The mission of the program is to inspire, engage, and empower them to be tomorrow’s leaders in the field of alternative energy and sustainability.


Julien Barber: Protecting magnets and the environment

Graduate student Julien Barber grew up in Winnipeg, Manitoba, where average temperatures do not rise above freezing from November to March. It may not be surprising, then, that the he is currently keeping things cool at the PSFC, studying cryogenic methods of preventing superconducting magnets used in fusion research from overheating.


Alexey Radovinsky, Joe Minervini, Phil Michael, Leslie Bromberg

Making cancer treatment more accessible

MIT will be the lead research institution in a project to develop ironless superconducting cyclotrons, an effort that will make highly sought-after proton radiotherapy cancer treatment more available.

MIT News

Joseph Minervini

Minervini honored by IEEE Council on Superconductivity

Joseph Minervini, division head and senior research engineer at the Plasma Science and Fusion Center, has received the 2013 IEEE Council on Superconductivity Award for Continuing and Sustained Contributions in the Field of Applied Superconductivity.

MIT News