The Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) seeks exceptional postdoctoral (post-doc) researchers with demonstrated leadership potential to play a major role in opening new research direction(s) for PPPL.
TO ADVANCE THE VALUES OF SCIENTIFIC EXCELLENCE and leadership, the PPPL Dr. Robert A. Ellis Jr. Fellowship encourages early-career scholars to pursue a career in plasma physics or a related field.
**Launching summer 2024**
In the PPPL Operations Internship Program, undergraduate, and graduate students join staff at the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory for 10 weeks in the summer providing a valuable, practical experience performing tasks critical to the successful operations of a National Laboratory.
The Princeton Program in Plasma Physics is a graduate program within the Department of Astrophysical Sciences at Princeton University.