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Auburn University Department of Physics Postdoctoral Fellow
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Posted: 02-Nov-21

Location: Auburn, Alabama

Required Education: Doctorate

Categories:

Physics: Plasma

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Academic

Work Function:

Postdoctoral Research
About Auburn University, Department of Physics
Plasmas represent the fourth state of matter in which electrons are dissociated from atomic nuclei and long-range electric and magnetic forces give rise to collective behavior such as shielding, drifts, waves and instabilities. Plasmas exist over a very broad range of parameters in both natural and laboratory environments. Naturally occurring plasmas include both astrophysical and terrestrial phenomena such as interstellar nebulae, the solar wind, the aurora borealis and lightning. Laboratory plasmas are utilized for investigating the potential of fusion energy, studying basic plasma physics phenomena, industrial processes, and lighting. Plasma physics research at Auburn includes both experimental and theoretical activities involving fusion energy, basic plasma physics, dusty plasmas and space plasmas.
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