The MOOC Plasma Physics:...
Thursday, 01 February 2018
The MOOC Plasma Physics: Applications, a joint production of SU-EPFL, is accessible online since January 1, 2018.The aim of this MOOC is to... Read More...
New publication: Compressible...
Thursday, 01 February 2018
ABSTRACT The first estimation of the energy cascade rate |εC| of magnetosheath turbulence is obtained using... Read More...
PLAS@PAR is associated to the...
Wednesday, 31 January 2018
Through his activities linked to the application of cold plasma to cure different types of cancer, PLAS@PAR is associated to the SIRIC “CURAMUS”... Read More...
ARTS AND PLASMA SCIENCE in...
Tuesday, 09 January 2018
CAMPUS - ARTS AND SCIENCE OF PLASMAS: An experience of ionized matter, is a program of artistic and scientific events, resulting from an... Read More...
The Holweck Prize 2018...
Wednesday, 13 December 2017
This award was instituted in 1945, jointly by the French and British Physical Societies as a memorial to Fernand Holweck, Director of the Curie... Read More...
Meet with Sébastien Rassou,...
Wednesday, 04 October 2017
Sébastien Rassou did his PhD in 2015 at the CEA on numerical modeling (acceleration of electrons by laser wakefield). Then, thanks... Read More...
The Laboratory of Excellence (Labex) Plas@Par is one of the 15 major projects of sciences, engineering, social sciences and humanities research driven by Sorbonne Universities, awarded since 2011 in the frame of the Investment for the future program of France (PIA).
Plas@Par federates leading plasma scientists in the Paris area, working in different scientific sectors. We thereby drive new synergies, reduce redundancy, stimulate the emergence of new ideas and projects inaccessible to individual partner and we provide a unique pole to attract young scientists.

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