Oct 27-29 56[th] APS Division of Plasma Physics
The techniques are part of microwave engineering, and are not part of the plasma physics
curriculum, so they put heavy emphasis on the most important methods, the instruments, and the measuring techniques used in microwave experiments.
Various topics such as atomic, molecular and plasma physics
, applied physics, condensed matter and statistical physics, nuclear physics and high energy particle physics, physics education and philosophy, as well as mathematical physics, astrophysics and cosmology will be discussed during the congress, sources noted.
Scientists from the Science and Research Branch of Iran's Islamic Azad University Plasma Physics
Research Center in collaboration with scholars from the US, Australia and China achieved a breakthrough on nuclear fusion which found a way for access to clean nuclear energy via laser instead of radioactive material.
Ted Jones, a physicist in the Plasma Physics
Division, is leading a team of researchers from the Plasma Physics
, Acoustics, and Marine Geosciences Divisions in developing this acoustic source.
Writing for specialists in plasma physics
and relative sciences, Krasovitskii reports the results of theoretical research she participated in at Rostov State University and Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics from 1973 to 2000.
GERMANY-BASED Max Planck Institute of Plasma Physics
scientists have developed a new computer code that will enable them to calculate and predict kinks appearing on the exterior of electro-magnetic fields containing the super-heated plasma core of the ITER fusion reactor.
The Interactive Plasma Physics
Education Experience (IPPEX) has information on topics such as electricity, magnetism, energy and fusion, as well as an "Ask a Physicist" section.
The CAD model was primarily designed by engineers at the Princeton Plasma Physics
Laboratory (PPPL), Princeton, N.
NIST's results will be used by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, which will test CICC samples at the Plasma Physics
Research Center in Villigen, Switzerland, with current up to 100 000 A and magnetic fields up to 12 T, while controlling the mass-flow rate of the coolant.
Ignat, 60, retired from the senior scientific and engineering staff of the Plasma Physics
Laboratory at Princeton University in 1996 after a 19-year career there.
Hammer and his colleagues displayed high-resolution micrographs of flies and dandelion-seed filaments at the American Physical Society's Division of Plasma Physics
meeting this week in Long Beach, Calif.