Mitchell Walker

Professor
Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering

Mitchell Walker's primary research interests lie in electric propulsion, plasma physics, and hypersonic aerodynamics/plasma interaction. He has extensive design and testing experience with Hall thrusters and ion engines. Walker has performed seminal work in Hall thruster clustering and vacuum chamber facility effects. His current research activities involve both theoretical and experimental work in advanced space craft propulsion systems, diagnostics, plasma physics, helicon plasma sources, magnetoplasmadynamic thrusters, and pulsed inductive thrusters.

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Mitchell L. R. Walker in the Georgia Tech High-Power Electric Propulsion Laboratory (HPEPL). (Photo: Rob Felt)

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