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Woodruff Scientific work in the field of Simulations, Custom Magnets, and Pulsed Power For Fusion Energy. Students are invited to attend to find out about opportunities in Oxford.

Venue: Large Conference Room, Southwell Building, Osney Mead (Department of Engineering Science).

The founder of Woodruff Scientific will talk about internship and career opportunities at a planned new office in Oxford. The purpose of the visit is to find students who might want to get involved with some of their fusion projects, which involve computational plasma physics and engineering for fusion.

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