Physics Plasma/Laboratories

  • Alfvén Laboratory - Researching elctromagnetic theory and applications, including fusion, space and basic plasma physics experiments. Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden.
  • Applied Spectroscopy Laser Laboratory, University of Indonesia - A few plasma projects in the laboratory, including that on shock wave plasma mechanisms.
  • Auburn University Plasma Physics - Plasma physics home page at Auburn University with links to Space Plasma Laboratory, Fusion Research laboratory, and Plasma Sciences Laboratory.
  • Australian National University Plasma Research Laboratory - Australian National University facility studying magnetic confinement in toroidal systems and open systems with applications to space phenomena and advanced plasma processing.
  • Columbia University Plasma Physics Lab - Experimental plasma physics facility, with HBT-EP tokamak, Columbia Non-Neutral Torus (CNT), Collisionless Terrella Experiment (CTX) and Columbia Linear Machine (CLM). New York.
  • Culham Science Center - Research into Fusion Power. The EURATOM/UKAEA Fusion Association works at the Culham Science Centre, in Oxfordshire, UK, towards the realisation of Fusion Power.
  • Dublin City University Plasma Research Laboratory - Research on radiofrequency plasmas with applications in microelectronics, lighting, surface engineering, and the development of advanced materials. Dublin, Ireland.
  • Electric Propulsion and Plasma Dynamics Laboratory - Research in electric propulsion, plasma thrusters and fundamental problems in plasma physics. Princeton University.
  • Imperial College Plasma Physics Group - University group in plasma physics reseach engaged both experimentally and theoretically in a number of research programmes including fundamental plasma physics, acceleration of particles using plasma waves and thermonuclear fusion. London, UK.
  • Institute for Plasma Research Radio Frequency Group, - Plasma research on non-inductive heating using RF for ICRH, ECRH, and LHCD. Based in Gandhinagar, Gujarat, India.
  • Intense Energy Beam Laboratory, University of Michigan - Investigates the fundamental physics and technology of interactions between beams of electrons, ions, plasma, microwaves, laser light and radio frequency radiation with plasmas, materials, structures, and biological cells.
  • Laboratory for Plasma Physics - Laboratory is the part of the integrated European thermonuclear fusion research program. ERM/KMS Royal Military Academy, Belgium.
  • Laboratory of Ecole Polytechnique - Studying instabilities, transport and turbulence in tokamaks, low pressure discharges and high energy density plasmas.
  • Large Plasma Device (LAPD) Laboratory - UCLA facility conducting basic plasma physics research on the behavior of naturally occurring plasmas, such as the auroral ionosphere, the magnetosphere, the solar wind, the solar corona, and the interstellar medium.
  • Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory - Operated by the University of California for the U.S. Department of Energy.
  • Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory High-Energy-Density Physics - High-energy-density physics and astrophysics research at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.
  • Los Alamos National Laboratory - Operated by the University of California for the US Department of Energy.
  • Los Alamos National Laboratory - MFE Experiments - Magnetic fusion experimental team in the P-24 Plasma Physics Group at Los Alamos. Details of collaborations with experiments at other facilities.
  • Los Alamos Neutron Science Center - LANSCE is a pulsed spallation neutron source facility that includes the Neutron Scattering Center, the Weapons Neutron Research facility, the world's most powerful proton linear accelerator, and the proton storage ring. Los Alamos, USA.
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Department of Physics, the host of the Alcator C-Mod tokamak experiment.
  • Naval Research Laboratory, Plasma Physics Division - Conducts a broad experimental and theoretical program in basic and applied research in plasma physics, laboratory discharge and space plasmas, intense electron and ion beams and photon sources, atomic physics, pulsed power sources, laser physics, advanced spectral diagnostics, and nonlinear systems.
  • Oak Ridge National Laboratory Fusion Energy Division - The ORNL Fusion Energy Division conducts research in plasma theory, technology and experimental collaborations.
  • Plasma Sciences Laboratory - Auburn University facility studying dusty plasmas, linear instability and planetary ring simulations.
  • Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory - United States Department of Energy facility devoted to plasma physics and controlled nuclear fusion research.
  • Redmond Plasma Physics Laboratory - University of Washington facility with a field reversed configuration (FRC) experiment.
  • Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Plasma Dynamics Laboratory - Facility devoted to research in plasma engineering and electromagnetics. Troy, New York.
  • University of Bari - Plasma Laboratory - Fundamental and applied research focused on plasma science and materials. Bari, Italy.
  • University of Canberra Plasma Instrumentation Laboratory - Plasma processing research and helicon sources. Canberra, Australia.
  • University of Malaya Plasma Physics Laboratory - Laboratory devoted to general plasma research.
  • University of Texas at Dallas Plasma Applications Laboratory - Research of plasmas used in semiconductor processing. University of Texas at Dallas, USA.
  • Weizmann Institute of Science, Plasma Laboratory - Research focused on plasma applications and technology. Israel.

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