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    Arsene Tema Biwole becomes the first Cameroonian invited to participate in a prestigious annual meeting of the American Society of Physics.

    At 25, Arsene Tema Biwole, is the first Cameroonian invited to participate in a prestigious annual meeting of the American Society of Physics.

    He collaborated with the American Society of Physics for a recent work on turbulence and self-generated currents in thermonuclear plasmas.

    "It is a specific aspect of nuclear that interests astronauts, because they observe similar phenomena in space. As nuclearists, we are working to bring the sun through controlled thermonuclear fusion, and to feed humanity with energy in perpetuity", explains the young Arsène Tema Biwole

    Born in the West Region of Cameroon on June 15, 1992, Arsène Tema Biwole grew up with his brother, both raised by a single mother. "I remember how hard she worked to take care of us. And despite that, as far back as my memories go, I have always dreamed of being a physicist. I often had to revise my classes near the kitchen fire because we did not have electricity at home" he recalls.

    The trigger came when this brilliant student got a scholarship from the Italian Embassy to continue his studies in Italy. He then went to the Polytechnic University of Turin to become a nuclear engineer.

    He is the only Cameroonian student in his department.

    In April 2017, he flew to the United States where he joined the very famous group General Atomics (GA) to do his Master's thesis.

    During this American adventure, on October 24, 2017, he received the invitation for the 59th annual meeting on plasma physics of the American Physical Society (APS).

    Since then, he has the desire not to be the last. He wants to ensure that other young people in his country will be invited to the table of the biggest names in nuclear physics in the world. His goal: to work in a university in Cameroon as a physics teacher to share his passion with his young compatriots.
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