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New funding for investigation of dust charging in plasma

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 […]

PCRF User Meeting 2021

The 1st PCRF User Meeting 2021 was recently held August 26-27. Please see the links below to see an overview of the collaborations that took place during FY2021! Links: Meeting Intro Slides PCRF Report Slides

Call for proposals for FY2022 will be soon!

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 open 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 […]

MIPSE invited talk: "Osmotic Pressure on Cell Membranes in a Saline Interacting with Weakly Ionized Plasma", Dr. Mikhail Schneider

For a link to the slides and a recording of the talk, please visit https://mipse.umich.edu/ltp_seminars.php

Plasma and pandemics

PPPL's Sophia Gershman discusses her research at the March 6 Science on Saturday. For more information, please visit: https://research.princeton.edu/events/science-saturday-plasma-science-response-covid-19-pandemic-0

Announcement of the 2021 Online LTP Seminar Series

The 2021 Online Seminar Series will feature bi-weekly talks by outstanding members of the LTP field. It was founded by Professor Mounir Laroussi of Old Dominion University to maintain exchange of knowledge among the LTP community despite the cancellations of conferences and symposia caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. All talks are to be held on […]

Happy New Year from PCRF!

On behalf of Dr. Yevgeny Raitses and all at the Princeton Collaborative Low Temperature Plasma Research Facility, the PCRF would like to wish you and your families a happy New Year in 2021.

Open for the 2nd Solicitation of Collaborative Research Proposals for 2021

The Princeton Collaborative Low Temperature Plasma Research Facility will soon be open for its second round of solicitations for collaborative research proposals from the scientific community. The schedule for this year's call is: Call for proposals opens: November 2nd, 2020 Call for proposals closes: December 11th, 2020 External Review: ~1 month Downselect: January 22nd, 2021 […]

Dogariu named OSA Fellow

The Board of Directors of the Optical Society (OSA), a professional organization for the promotion and delivering of "scientific and technical information on optics and photonics worldwide" elected Arthur Dogariu, a PCRF researcher, a 2021 Fellow of the Society during their September 2020 meeting. Congratulations, Dr. Dogariu! More information about the OSA can be found […]

Department of Energy Announces $13.3 Million for Plasma Research

The U.S. Department of Energy has recently announced $13.3 million in funding for plasma science research, which includes funds for collaborative research to be done at PCRF. The Department of Energy Office of Science press release for this exciting event has been copied below: Today, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced $13.3 million in funding for […]

Visiting student Reefman successfully defends M Sci

PPPL visiting student Guus Reefman successfully defended his M Sci thesis in physics at the Eindhoven University of Technology this morning. More information about the area of his work can be found here. Congratulations, Guus!

Welcome to the new PCRF website!

The Princeton Collaborative Low Temperature Plasma Research Facility is proud to welcome you to the new and redesigned PCRF website, featuring a more efficient publication storage and categorization system, a new research proposal submission form, and news items like this one. PCRF facility information is newly organized and edited to increase efficiency and convenience for […]