1. Extensive characterization of low temperature nanosynthesis plasmas,
  2. Development and utilization of in-situ diagnostics of plasmas and nanoparticles,
  3. Development, validation, and integration of plasma codes and codes for multi-scale modeling of nanomaterial synthesis processes.

PPPL: Quick Facts

  • LPN-PPPL is a part of the Department of Plasma Science & Technology at The U.S. Department of Energy’s Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) operated by the Princeton University
  • 2100 sq.ft. area including new nanolab and existing lab
  • 15 Scientists
  • 5 Students