SITES ESPECIALLY FOR PLASMA PHYSICISTS INTEREST
Centre for Chaos and Turbulence Studies
Condensed Matter Around the World Gives links to various research groups in this field
DATA ACQUITION & CONTROL
Data Acquisition and Control for Scientists and Engineers Data Acquisition and Control for Scientists and Engineers
ALICE DAQ presentations
Data Acquition System Survey Page Data Acquisition System Survey Page by Kazumichi SATO
Applied Science Department areas of graduate research include plasma physics and fusion technology, atomic and molecular physics, laser physics and nonlinear optics, material science and condensed matter physics, engineering science, computational sciences and biotechnology.
Georgia Institute of Technology - Fusion Research Center provides support and visibility for nuclear fusion and plasma physics related research.
Cold Fusion Times Reports on energy generated from hydrogen in water using advanced technology, hydrided, solid-state materials.
Aladdin -International Atomic Energy Agency numerical databases on atomic and molecular processes, characteristics, processes, and properties for use in fusion energy research, plasma science, and technology applications.
Fusion Research Center provides support and visibility for nuclear fusion and plasma physics related research.
Teacher Resources Page of the DIII D Fusion Energy Education Group. Educational materials, Slide shows are available for downloading.
The Fusion FAQ This homepage contains links to Answers to Frequently Asked Questions About Fusion Research and the Glossary of Frequently Used Terms in Plasma Physics and Fusion Energy. These are extensive collections of information about fusion energy research.
JET Joint Undertaking The JET Joint Undertaking is the world's largest magnetic confinement fusion experiment which aims at confirming scientific theory and the feasibility of nuclear fusion for power generation.
HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS
Experiments Online: Home Pages of HEP Experiments This document directs you to home pages of various high-energy physics experiments.
HEPIC (High Energy Physics Information Center) HEPIC is provided by the High Energy Physics Network Resource Center. Within the HEPIC site, there are three sections of special interest: HEP Reports, HEP Experiments, and HEP Newsletters and Periodicals. These are excellent resources for keeping updated on various worldwide high energy physics collaborations and news. The site also contains conference and employment information, as well as a directory section with links to phonebooks and directories of High Energy Physics sites or experiments around the world.
Glossary of High-Energy Physics Terms
Los Alamos National Laboratory: High Energy Physics The Los Alamos National Laboratory offers researchers access to over 50 User Facilities for conducting research and development via a User Facility Agreement.
LASER Researh and education
MICROWAVE & RF
Alpha ID electronic circuit design, prototyping, and testing services for radio frequency(RF) and fiber optic systems.
International Microwave Power Institute organization for the exchange of information on microwave and RF heating technologies.
NEURTAL BEAM INJECTON
Atomic Beam Laboratory - Department of Physics - University of Oslo University of Oslo, Department of Physics
Plasma Physics Research Laboratory DENISE Project Deuterium Negative Ion Source Experiment (DENISE) is a part of the Plasma Research Laboratory's contribution to the international nuclear fusion research programme. One of the basic requirements for a fusion plasma
Recent Progress in Negative-Ion-Based Neutral Beam Injection Experiment JT-60U Experimental Report No. 41: Recent Progress in Negative-Ion-Based Neutral Beam Injection Experiment Since the negative-ion-based neutral beam injection into JT-60U plasmas
Thermonuclear Fusion Test Reactor with neutral beam injector at PPPL LBNL Image Library
NON NEUTRAL PLASMA
Physics of Non neutral Plasmas
Ask A Scientist questions on plasma physics and fusion energy answered by scientists at the Princeton Plasma Physics Lab.
Databases for Atomic and Plasma Physics
Electrical Discharges Modelling Presentation of a plasma research group: Electrical discharges modelling Foundamental data determination Proportional counters Group members presentation.
Internet Plasma Physics Education eXperience (IPPEX) open to all who wish to learn more about fusion energy research, but targeted towards middle and high school students. Site inclues a virtual Tokamak reactor.
Plasma Cutting Technology Technical articles to help you understand how Hypertherm's unique technologies improve the plasma cutting process.
Plasma on the Internet This page is maintained at Plasma Laboratory of Weizmann Institute of Science. Provides links to Plasma Physics servers in various countries, Listservs, Publications, Databases, Reprints, Software, Who's Who in Atomic and Plasma Physics...
Plasma Science and Technology
The High Temperature Electronics Network (HITEN) The High Temperature Electronics Network (HITEN) is sponsored by the Commission of European Communities under EC Networks of Excellence Program. The aim of HITEN is to provide a comprehensive range of information-based services in all aspects of High Temperature Electronics and related areas, including semiconductor technologies, applications, markets, and products.
PLASMA PHYSICS INSTITUTIONS
IPP & LM homepage (Institute of Plasma Physics and Laser Microfusion)
Instituto Superior Tecnico (Portugal) - Grupo de Lasers e Plasmas GoLP proposes to work in areas of high-intensity laser-plasma interactions, optical diagnostics, and related topics.
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) Plasma Physics Research Institute
UCLA LAPD (LArge Plasma Device)
Université de Sherbrooke (Canada) - Plasma Technology Research Centre (CRTP) professors, students, research areas and publications of the CRTP, from the Department of Chemical Engineering.
University of Colorado at Boulder - Plasma and Beam Physics Group
University of Iowa - Experimental Plasma Physics Group
University of Malaya (Malaysia) - Plasma Physics Laboratory
University of Oslo - Research Section for Plasma- and Space Physics
University of Wisconsin - Plasma and Fusion Programs
Weizmann Institute of Science (Israel) - Plasma Laboratory
P-24 Plasma Physics Group, Los Alamos National Lab
SIGLO Series user-friendly discharge modeling software for applications to plasma processing, plasma display panels, lamps and gas discharge lasers.
Fusion Energy and Pulsed Power Plasma Physics working on colliding beam fusion and staged Z pinch.
Pulsed Power - NRC Research Associateship Programs Naval Research Laboratory
Naval Research Laboratory - Pulsed Power Physics Branch The Pulsed Power Physics Branch (Code 6770)
IEE - PG S3 Electron physics, discharges and applications. The IEE represents the profession of electrical, electronic, manufacturing and systems engineering and related sciences.
California 1999 -12th IEEE International Pulsed Power Conference
University of Nevada, Reno. Nevada Terawatt Facility Zebra in Reno -The Physics Department at the University of Nevada, Reno, will soon be host to ZEBRA, a High-Density Z-Pinch Experiment.
Lightning on Demand specialists in artificial lightning generation, large-scale Tesla coils, Lorentz guns, and other high pulsed power devices.
Swedish Institute of Space Physics, Uppsala Division (IRFU) Wave Group
DOE's Superconductivity for Electric Systems World Wide Web site A resource for current information on superconducting technologies and the national Superconductivity for Electric Systems Program.
Surface Science Spectra peer-reviewed archival journal of surface science spectra of technological and scientific interest; has a database of XPS, AES, and SIMS spectra.
American Vacuum Society non profit organization to advance the science and technology of vacuums, materials, surfaces, and plasmas, and providing a variety of educational opportunities and services.
Bell Jar, The journal of vacuum technique and related topics for the amateur investigator
BNL National Synchrotron Light Source (NSLS) operates an X-Ray Ring and a VUV (Vacuum Ultra Violet) Ring
Bright Tunable Vacuum Ultraviolet light discusses maximum entropy and bayesian probability theory and other research topics.
Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Source (CHESS) get current reading on the CESR currents, beam positions at stations, temperatures, and vacuum levels
Wake Shield Facility
(WSF) Information Center WSF is a free-flying research and development
facility that is designed to use the pure vacuum of space to conduct scientific
research in the development of new materials.
SOME NASA SITES
Asteroids and comets impact hazards factsheet Asteroids and comets are believed to be ancient remnants of the earliest years of the formation of our Solar System more than four billion years ago. From the beginning of life on Earth to the recent spectacular impact of Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 with Jupiter, these so-called small bodies play a key role in many of the fundamental processes that have shaped the planetary neighborhood in which we live.This website by NASA its Spacegaurd survey program to identify and track down the potentially threatening objects.
Comet Hale-Bopp [MPEG] While thereare many sites devoted to this comet, one of the best is provided by NASA. The main NASA site at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory is highlighted, of course, by images (over 1,700 at present). It also contains over twenty-five animations (mostly MPEG and animated .gif files), several news articles, a timeline for best viewing, viewing hints and tips, and an article on the discovery of the comet by Alan Hale.
Galileo images of Jupiter moons Io and Ganymede http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/galileo/Recent photos of Jupiter moons Io and Ganymede from the Galileo spacecraft are available from NASA's JPL web site.(National Aeronautics and Space Administration - Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
Gravity Probe B Gravity Probe B is the relativity gyroscope experiment being developed by NASA and Stanford University to test two extraordinary, unverified predictions of Albert Einstein's general theory of relativity.Gravity Probe B is among the most thoroughly researched programs ever undertaken by NASA. This is the story of a scientific quest in which physicists and engineers have collaborated closely over many years. Inspired by their quest, they have invented a whole range of new technologies - technologies that are already enlivening other branches of science and engineering. The information is grouped under 3 headings as : General Interest, Educational interest and Technical interest. The page is Frames-based.
HEASARC Astrobrowse A service of the Laboratory for High Energy Astrophysics (LHEA) at NASA/ GSFC, the HEASARC Astrobrowse service allows users to query hundreds of different catalogs and services distributed around the world using a single simple interface. This interface provides a shortcut to many popular resources as well as a hierarchical tree of resources, grouped by type and origin.
NASA Astrophysics Data System The site provides access to ADS Abstracts, Digital library, ADS catalogs and data archives.
NASA Langley Distributed Active Archive Center Archiving and distributing Earth Science data in the areas of aerosols, clouds, tropospheric chemistry and radiation budget
NASA Spacelink This is an extensive collection of over 13,000 files is the heart of NASA Spacelink.
National Space Science Data Center Planetary Fact Sheets Provides access to fact sheets on all individual Planets & Asteroids.
Space Telescope Electronic Information Service NASA & ESA project on Hubble Space Telescope. Provides access to Archives,Softwares, Search, Other links etc.
The Geminids Meteor Shower from The NASA Marshall Space Flight Center headlines about meteor showers and other NASA research.
The NASA Lewis Research Center
Other NASA sites of interest :
OTHER SITES OF INTEREST
About Physics- Physics in General
ATLAS The ATLAS experiment is being constructed by 1700 collaborators in institutes around the world. It will study proton-proton interactions at the Large Hadron Collider LHC at the European Laboratory for Particle Physics CERN.
Atomic & Molecular Data in the NASA ADC Archives
AstroWeb -Astronomy/Astrophysics on the Internet
Automated Telescopes Links to Automated telescopes on the Internet. Some allow you to use the telescopes, others let you find out about them
Cylotron Note Book The cyclotron note books are a collection of essays about fundamental physics and metaphysics. The central essay is about the principle of event-symmetric space-time, a new theory about how to do quantum gravity.The style is more technical in some parts than in others. Each essay can be read independently...
Difusing Light Website
Energy levels, wavelengths, transition probabilities
Expanding Universe Links in General astronomy, solar system, deep sky and others
Exploring a Planet's Surface
Hubble Surveys the Homes of Quasars The Space Telescope Electronic Information Service has recently released breathtaking Hubble Telescope photos of galaxies that host quasars. The quasars seem to live in a remarkable variety of galaxies, many of which are violently colliding....Hubble researchers are intrigued by the fact that the quasars studied do not appear to have obviously damaged the galaxies in which they live. The photos are of galactic objects 1.4 and 1.5 billion light years from Earth. Photos are in black and white and color, and at various resolutions. The photos are accompanied by an explanatory caption, background material on quasars, and an MPEG model of a quasar.
ISIS :pulsed neutron source ISIS is a multidisciplinary research centre that supports a scientific and engineering user community of around 1600 researchers who use neutrons and muons to research into physics, chemistry, materials science, geology, engineering and biology. ISIS is also a powerful source of neutrinos for fundamental physics studies.
Link to Expanding Universe's classified menu
Meteors, Meteorites and Impacts A meteor is a bright streak of light in the sky (a shooting star or a falling star) produced by the entry of a small meteoroid into the Earth's atmosphere. This page provides a description of meteors, types of meteors and related links.
Neutron facilities in the world
Particle-Surface Resources on the Internet This page is maintained by at the Department of Physics, California State University, Fullerton Provides links to gophers, mailing lists, FTPs and more than 150 WWW sites
Planetary Science World Wide Web Sites
Radon Research Center Radon is a colourless, odourless and tasteless radioactive gas.
Synchrotron Sources in the World
The Astrobiology Web
The AstroWeb Consortium
The High Energy Weapons Archive : A Guide to Nuclear Weapons
The Internet Pilot To Physics
The natures of the stars It is the purpose of this site to provide a deep, non-technical review of stars and their natures for the beginner. This page presents facts about stars as we know them without delving into the details of discovery. A parallel site that explores the spectra of the stars examines how we have learned so much of what is presented here. The two sites are linked, allowing you to go back and forth between them to see how stars are born, live their lives, and die, in the process creating other stars, perhaps other earths, and all that is around us.
Todd's Atomic Homepage
Two Interactive Physics Sites:
Those with JAVA Capabilities The University of Oregon Physics Department's Virtual Laboratory provides enlightening (as well as entertaining) interactive Java-based tutorials on theprinciples of physics and astronomy. At present there are 14 beta-version applets in the fields of mechanics, thermodynamics, astrophysics, and electricity. Users can alter several variables of a cannon to attempt to hit atarget, mix gases to find out at what temperature they will reach equilibrium,or observe the Ideal Gas Law with a piston in a pressure chamber. Most applets offer instructions in a separate frame to guide the student. Users should be aware, however, that in some cases succeeding (the cannon demonstration), or failing (piston pressure chamber) is so much fun that the physical principles on which they are based might be overlooked!
For those without Java capabilities UC Berkeley Interactive Problem Set, 87 problems (click on the question mark to solve) covering 15 topics, including 35 MPEG animations depicting many of the concepts.
Web Accessible Synchrotron Light Sources
World Data Centre
World Wide Web Virtual Library- Microscopy The latest addition to the WWW-VL is the subject area Microscopy, which claims;850 links to sites on all aspects of light microscopy, electron microscopy and other forms of microscopy; and is sponsored by the Samuel Roberts Electron Microscopy Laboratory and the University of Oklahoma. The site includes both a frames-based and non-frames-based version, both of which are easily navigated. As might be expected, it includes a broad spectrum of access points such as Internet Resources; Reference Sites; Laboratories, Organizations and People; Equipment and Technology; Applications and Topics; General and Education; Techniques; and Vendors and Other. Highlights include what is billed as the first photo of the Ebola virus, a Periodic Table of Elements, and the Genome Sequence Database.
WWW sites on Raman Spectroscopy
WWW Virtual Library: Nuclear Engineering
WWW Virtual Library: Remote Sensing
SOME PUBLISHERS SITE
PINet Plus Physics- on subscription. Subscription is charged. AIP offers access to research databases, member directories, and news services. The databases include SPIN (Searchable Physics Information Notices) and Advanced SPIN, with access to abstracts from over 80 journals.
The American Physical Society
American Institute of Physics
Institute of Physics Publishing
And of course
Institute for Plasma Research A premiere Plasma Physics & Fusion Technology research institute in India
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