Happy New Year 2023! This image, "Spidey Sense", won the APS-DPP 2022 Visual Science Communication contest, click here for the link.
Principal Research Physicist Dr. Igor Kaganovich recently received the Distinguished Research Fellow Award from Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, "For advancing kinetic theory and simulations in low-temperature plasmas, plasma synthesis of nanomaterials, and leadership in industrial collaborations." Click on the following link for more information!: https://www.pppl.gov/news/2022/four-laboratory-researchers-receive-high-honors-their-contributions-development-fusion
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 […]
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!
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 […]
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 […]
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 23. 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 […]
Useful links PCRF User Meeting Introduction PCRF User Meeting Report Call For Proposals The Princeton Collaborative Low Temperature Plasma Research Facility (PCRF) http://pcrf.pppl.gov will soon be closed for its third round of solicitations for collaborative research proposals from the scientific community. The schedule for this year's call is: Call for proposals opens: October 12th, 2021 […]
PCRF researchers (Yevgeny Raitses , Shurik Yatom, & Michael Shneyder) were recently awarded with DOE FES funding to study the charging of particles in dusty plasmas ($330K per year for three years). The experimental part of the proposal is centered on the development of an in-situ technique for measuring particle charge in a low temperature […]