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The Princeton Collaborative Low Temperature Plasma Research Facility (PCRF) provides the entire scientific community access to specialized, world-class diagnostics, computational tools, and expertise in plasma physics. Learn how to submit a research proposal here.

PCRF-PPPL graduate student receives Program in Plasma Science and Technology support
PCRF-PPPL graduate student receives Program in Plasma Science and Technology support

benjadol | September 25, 2022

PCRF-PPPL graduate student Nirbhav S. Chopra has just received a Graduate Support scholarship from the Program in Plasma Science and Technology (PPST)! This funding support will help him further pursue graduate research on low temperature plasmas conducted at PCRF facilities. Nirbhav is working with Dr. Yevgeny Raitses at the PPPL, investigating the plasma physics of ... Read more >>

PCRF User Meeting 2022, Call for proposals for FY2023
PCRF User Meeting 2022, Call for proposals for FY2023

nschopra | September 8, 2022

The 2nd PCRF User Meeting 2022 was recently held August 17-18. Please see the links below to see an overview of the collaborations that took place during FY2022! Links: A schedule for upcoming FY23 Call is outlined below Call for proposals opens: October 10th, 2022 Call for proposals closes: December 16th, 2022 External Review: ~1 ... Read more >>

Department of Energy Announces $3.2 Million for Plasma Science Research
Department of Energy Announces $3.2 Million for Plasma Science Research

nschopra | August 9, 2022

Click on the link to read more! https://www.energy.gov/science/articles/department-energy-announces-32-million-plasma-science-research Also, click below to view the awarded projects! ... Read more >>

PCRF presents poster at NJ Research Cores Partnering Conference
PCRF presents poster at NJ Research Cores Partnering Conference

nschopra | July 11, 2022

On June 29th, 2022, Yevgeny Raitses, Nirbhav Chopra, and the PCRF team presented a poster on PCRF's plasma diagnostic and modeling capabilities, as well as some of the plasma sources available at PCRF. This poster was presented at the New Jersey Research Cores Partnering conference at Rutgers University. Auspiciously, PCRF's poster was one of the ... Read more >>

International Low Temperature Plasma Community (ILTPC): June 2022 Newsletter
International Low Temperature Plasma Community (ILTPC): June 2022 Newsletter

nschopra | June 30, 2022

The ILTPC, supported by Michigan Institute for Plasma Science and Engineering (MIPSE), U.S. Department of Energy, and the National Science Foundation, has recently released Newsletter 24. The newsletter features research in low temperature plasma physics from around the world. For this issue, the "Images to Excite and Inspire!" section showcases some work done at the ... Read more >>

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