RISHABH DATTA

Rishabh Datta is a PhD candidate in the department of Mechanical Engineering at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. As a research assistant at MIT's Plasma Science & Fusion Center, Rishabh works on high-energy-density pulsed-power driven plasmas. His areas of focus are magnetized shocks and radiatively-cooled magnetic reconnection. Click here for Rishabh's CV.

RISHABH DATTA

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Rishabh Datta is a PhD candidate in the department of Mechanical Engineering at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. As a research assistant at MIT's Plasma Science & Fusion Center, Rishabh works on high-energy-density pulsed-power driven plasmas. His areas of focus are magnetized shocks and radiatively-cooled magnetic reconnection. Click here for Rishabh's CV.

Publications

8. Datta, R. , Chandler, K., Myers, C. E., et al. (2024). Radiatively-cooled magnetic reconnection experiments driven by pulsed power. Phys. Plasmas. (In Review). [link]

7. Datta, R. , Chandler, K., Myers, C. E., et al. (2024). Plasmoid formation and strong radiative cooling in a driven magnetic reconnection experiment. Phys. Rev. Lett. (In Review). [link]

6. Datta, R. , Crilly, A., Chittenden, J., et al. (2024). Simulations of radiatively cooled magnetic reconnection driven by pulsed-power. Journal Plasma Phys. (In Review). [link]

5. Datta, R. , Faez, A., Hare, J.D. (2023). Machine learning assisted analysis of visible spectroscopy in pulsed-power-driven plasmas. IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science (In Review). [link]

4. Datta, R. , Angel, J., Greenly, J.B. , et al. (2023). Plasma flows during the ablation stage of an over-massed pulsed-power-driven planar wire array. Phys. Plasmas 30, 092104. [link]

3. Datta, R. , Russell, D. R., Tang, I., Clayson, T., et al. (2022). The structure of 3-D collisional magnetized bow shocks in pulsed-power-driven plasma flows. Journal Plasma Phys., 88(6), 905880604. [link]

2. Datta, R. , Russell, D. R., Tang, I., Clayson, et al. (2022) Time-resolved velocity and ion sound speed measurements from simultaneous bow shock imaging and inductive probe measurements. Rev. Sci. Instrum., 93(10), 103530. [link]

1. Bush, H. E., Datta, R. , & Loutzenhiser, P. G. (2019). Aluminum-doped strontium ferrites for a two-step solar thermochemical air separation cycle: Thermodynamic characterization and cycle analysis. Solar Energy, 188, 775-786. [link]