Workshop in Plasma Physics for Undergraduates
The PPPL Undergraduate Workshop in Plasma Physics is a chance for undergraduate freshmen and sophomore students to learn about the fields of plasma physics, fusion, and the research done at PPPL. The four-day workshop includes lectures and experimental sessions covering topics in calculus, electromagnetism, computational physics, and plasma physics and fusion.
The four-day workshop includes:
- Tour of the Princeton Plasma Physics Lab
- Lectures and experimental sessions covering topics in calculus, electromagnetism, computational physics, and plasma physics and fusion.
- Funds are available for domestic travel to/from Princeton, housing and meals.
Underrepresented students especially encouraged to apply.
- Freshman or sophomore at 2-year or 4-year college or university
- Freshman level understanding of electromagnetism and calculus
- US Citizen or Permanent Resident
Applications for Summer 2020 Undergraduate Workshop will open in the Fall'19.
For more information email Shannon Greco at email@example.com
*Note, these are the updated dates for the workshop.
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