Graduate Program Links
- Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory - Students in the Program in Plasma Physics generally perform their research and have offices at PPPL.
- Department of Astrophysical Sciences - The Program in Plasma Physics is in the Astrophysical Sciences Department along with the Program in Astronomy.
- Program in Plasma Science and Technology - For those interested in plasma engineering and technology, the Program in Plasma Science and Technology is offered by the School of Engineering and Applied Science.
- School of Engineering and Applied Science - Plasma physics research is carried out in many of the engineering departments at Princeton. Students in the Program in Plasma Physics are able to participate in these research programs.
- The Graduate School Office - Links to useful stuff for graduate students.
- The Graduate College - Most graduate students live in the Graduate College in their first year at Princeton.
- The Graduate Housing Department - Handles graduate student housing in the Graduate College and university-owned apartment buildings.
- Graduate Student Government - Brings graduate student concerns to the Princeton administration. Among many other things, offers a dental plan to graduate students.
- PlasmaWiki - An unofficial resource containing information about prelims, generals, and degree requirements for students in the Program.
- The American Institute of Physics
- American Physical Society, Division of Plasma Physics
- Researching physics on the Internet
- PhysicsCentral - A physics website for the general public, produced by the American Physics Society.
- Perspectives on Plasmas - A website about plasmas providing resources for the general public as well as the research community.
- NRL Plasma Formulary - Plasma physics formulary from the Naval Research Laboratory.
- Plasma on the Internet - A long list of links to web sites about plasma physics (site hosted by the Weizmann Institute in Israel).
- IPPEX - A plasma physics education site.
- GradSchoolShopper - Princeton Program in Plasma Physics profile