Governance

Executive Committee Members

The Division of Plasma Physics Executive Committee has general charge of the affairs of the Division. The Executive Committee meets at least twice each year. DPP members elect a Vice-Chair, a Secretary-Treasurer, and three Executive Committee members. The Vice-Chair will chair the Fellowship Committee the first year of office, will become Chair-Elect and chair the Program Committee the second year, will become Chair of DPP the third year, and then serve as Past Chair in the fourth and final year of office. The Secretary-Treasurer and Members-at-Large of the Executive Committee serve three-year terms.

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Lawrence Livermore Natl Lab
Livermore, CA
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Univ of Iowa
Iowa City, IA
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Princeton University
Princeton, NJ
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University of Texas at Austin
Austin, TX
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Swarthmore College
Swarthmore, PA
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General Atomics - San Diego
San Diego, CA
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General Atomics - San Diego
San Diego, CA
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University of Wisconsin - Madison
Madison, WI
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Lawrence Livermore Natl Lab
Livermore, CA
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Los Alamos Natl Lab
Arlington, VA
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Lawrence Livermore Natl Lab
Livermore, CA
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University of Alaska Fairbanks
Fairbanks, AK
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Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory
Princeton, NJ
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UNIT SECRETARY-TREASURER
University of Wisconsin - Madison
Madison, WI
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UNIT CHAIR
University of Wisconsin - Madison
Madison, WI

Committee Terms

The DPP Executive Committee term begins at the end of the DPP Meeting (Nov). 

Start Date: 11/1/2019

End Date: 10/31/2020


Nominees and award and office holders are expected to meet standards of professional conduct and integrity as described in the APS Ethics Guidelines. Violations of these standards may disqualify people from consideration or lead to revocation of honors or removal from office.