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Max-Planck Princeton Center for Fusion and Astro Plasma Physics

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The Max-Planck Princeton Center for Fusion and Astro Plasma Physics was created on March 29, 2012 through a cooperative agreement between the Max-Planck Society in Germany, and Princeton University.

The center fosters collaboration between scientific institutes in both Germany and the USA. By leveraging the skills and expertise of scientists and engineers in both countries, and by promoting collaboration between astrophysicists and fusion scientists generally, the center hopes to accelerate discovery in fundamental areas of plasma physics.

An equally important mission of the center is to support education and outreach to train the next generation of scientists.

Redaktion: Länder / Organisationen: USA Themen: Grundlagenforschung

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