A new man on the team! Mr. Roman Koller is a Master student of physics at the University of Technology in Vienna. We met him for the first time Tuesday this week at a meeting at our partner SBI
premises in Hollabrunn, Austria. Over the next 4 months he will base his Master thesis on experiments, measurements and analysis of the data and results Mr. Clemens Schuster in SBI obtained during last year’s plasma reactor test unit runs.
Mr. Koller will start his work tomorrow – March 1st 2013 – with this mandate Plasma and arc behaviour and composition for gliding arc reactor.
Mr Koller is originally from Mattersburg in Austria, but now he lives in Vienna. He is 23 years old, likes snowboard, plays guitar and sings in a band, and is eager to contribute to the success of the plasma reactor and the fusionfarming technology. No girlfriend at the moment, but that could change.
The introduction and discussions in Hollabrunn on Tuesday were promising – a kick-off for the team.
Grete Sønsteby (Chairman of the Board in N2 Applied AS), Ferdinand Stempfer (Owner, CEO and Chief Engineer of SBI GmbH), Dr. Johann Laimer (Associate Professor Institute fur Allgemeine Physik at University of Technology in Vienna), Mr. Roman Koller (Master student at University of Technology in Vienna), Rune Ingels (Owner, CEO and R&D manager in N2 Applied AS), Margarete Drager (Business Development in SBI GmbH)
We are pleased to have Mr. Koller and his adviser Dr. Laimer with us. We look forward to follow their theoretical “anchoring” of what have already been accomplished with the plasma reactor test unit, and we can’t wait for their findings and their advice in optimizing the energy efficiency of the process.