Jean Robieux

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Jean Robieux
Born 15 October 1925
Jugon-les-Lacs
Died 14 June 2012
Chatenay-Malabry
Residence French
Nationality French
Citizenship French
Education Aerospace engineer
Alma mater École polytechnique
École nationale de l'aviation civile
University of Paris
California Institute of Technology
Known for Nuclear Fusion Laser

Jean Robieux (15 October, 1925; Jugon-les-Lacs – 14 June 2012; Chatenay-Malabry) was a French physicist.[1][2] Graduate from École polytechnique (1946-1949), École nationale de l'aviation civile (1949-1951), Doctor of Science from University of Paris and holder of a Master of Science from the California Institute of Technology[3], he is a leading French specialist in laser[4]. He is a member of the French Academy of Sciences and of the Académie des Technologies (Academy of Technologies)[5].

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Jean Robieux is responsible for the discovery of the principle of control of laser fusion in 1961 and the discovery of the principle of laser isotope separation. All contributions are outlined in his book « High Power Laser Interactions : Isotopes Separation - Nuclear Fusion Control - Elementary Particles Selective Creation ».

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  • High Power Interactions : Isotopes separation - Nuclear fusion control - Elementary particles selective creation. Ed. Lavoisier-2000
  • Towards the end of global warming. Abundant energy without pollution. Laser nuclear fusion». Ed.Louis de Broglie-2009

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