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45th Annual Meeting of the APS Division of Plasma Physics

When are the best walls made out of liquid? Or even gas? Why would anyone think chaos could lead directly to order? Would you like a microwave oven that wouldn't interfere with your wireless network? Would you believe that smog can be reduced with plasma?

These and many other questions will be addressed at one of the world's largest physics meetings this year: the 45th Annual Meeting of the American Physical Society Division of Plasma Physics (APS-DPP), to be held from October 27-31, 2003, in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Around 1600 papers are scheduled to be delivered at this meeting.

Highlights & Press Releases

A large-format gated X-ray framing camera

A Little Chaos Goes a Long Way

A new entry in the science X-games

Anti-Atoms on the Borderline

Controlling transport in high-performance tokamak plasmas

Decontamination with plasma jet

Doing it with mirrors

Experimental observation of turbulence during fast reconnection

Fight smog with plasma

Good beta scaling predicted for ITER

Laser-produced particle beams: A new tool for science

Liquid lithium makes solid improvement in fusion plasmas

Liquid Metal Dynamo

Locked modes controlled on MIT tokamak

Measurements of shock-induced compression in titanium

Measuring basic material properties with laser-driven shocks

MHD spectroscopy

Microwave ovens that won't butt in

Mixing instability in high energy density plasma

Mr. Magnet Invites Students to Discover Plasma Firsthand

National Fusion Collaboratory

Nature provides a beneficial fluctuation

New control coils improve plasma stability

New NSF Center to study plasma self-organization

New operating scenario for ITER

New waves observed in MIT tokamak

Plasma injector for magnetized target fusion

Reconnection Experiments at LANL

Rotation Without Momentum Input

Simulation suite for accelerators

Spin stabilization of MHD instabilities

The Ignitor Project

Toroidal Alfven Eigenmodes

X-Ray Scattering as a Microscopic Probe for Solid Density Plasmas

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