Plasma Physics Laboratory
Forrestal Campus, C-Site, Room L222
Princeton University
PO Box 451, Princeton, NJ 08543

Tel: (609) 243-2162
Department of Astrophysical Sciences
Peyton Hall, Room 205
Princeton University
4 Ivy Lane, Princeton, NJ 08544

Tel: (609) 243-2162

Hantao Ji

I am a Professor at Department of Astrophysical Sciences and a Distinguished Research Fellow at Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) (try here and here also), Princeton University.

News: On February 7, 2022, a "roadmap" review titled "Magnetic reconnection in the era of exascale computing and multiscale experiments," by H. Ji, W. Daughton, J. Jara-Almonte, A. Le, A. Stanier, and J. Yoo has been published online in Nature Reviews Physics (the accepted version is also posted on arXiv). The web summary reads: "Magnetic reconnection explosively releases stored magnetic energy in astrophysical plasmas. Thanks to advances in observations, exascale computing and multiscale experiments, it will be possible to solve outstanding physics problems, including the immense separation between global and dissipation scales, reconnection onset, and particle acceleration." The mutiscale experiments here include our FLARE (Facility for Laboratory Reconnection Experiments) device.

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Current Course: AST552 (General Plasma Physics II: Magnetohydrodynamics)

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