LTP Perspectives: Policy, Opportunities, Challenges

PCRF PI Yevgeny Raitses shares PCRF perspectives on the International Low Temperature Plasma Community newsletter. For more see the link below! Link:

DOE Collaborative Research Facilities Webinar

Download the event flyer here!Download the webinar presentation here. The DOE Collaborative Research Facilities Webinar is scheduled on November 29, 2023 at 3:00 PM EST. Interested in learning how to carry out research on some of these facilities? Please register in advance for this webinar: Sincerely,Troy Carter, Basic Plasma Science Facility (BaPSF/LAPD), UCLACary Forest, […]

New Call of User Proposals by Low Temperature Plasma Collaborative Research Facilities

The Princeton Collaborative Low Temperature Plasma Research Facility and the Sandia Plasma Research Facility (PRF) will soon be open for their fourth round of solicitations for collaborative research proposals from the scientific community. The schedule for this year's call is: Call for proposals opens: October 9th, 2023 Call for proposals closes: December 15th, 2023 External […]

NJ Governor Phil Murphy visits PPPL and PCRF facilities

On March 6th 2023, Governor Phil Murphy visited PPPL to learn about the laboratory facilities, capabilities, and overall mission. This included a visit to a PCRF facility for plasma based microelectronics processing. (Featured image: graduate student Nirbhav S. Chopra explains the electron beam generated plasma experiment for atomic layer processing to Gov. Phil Murphy. ) […]

Happy New Year 2023 from the PCRF!

Happy New Year 2023! This image, "Spidey Sense", won the APS-DPP 2022 Visual Science Communication contest, click here for the link.

PCRF-PPPL Researcher Igor Kaganovich receives high honors!

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!:

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

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 […]