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Panel hosted by the American Physical Society (APS Physics) Women+ in Plasma Physics

Mar 3, 2021. Past Events

Are you interested in a post-doc job in plasma physics? Attend this panel hosted by the American Physical Society (APS Physics) Women+ in Plasma Physics committee on Wednesday 3rd March 2021 at 2-3.30pm EST.

Five scientists in plasma physics from a diverse set of institutions and subfields will discuss questions related to post-doc positions and what that job entails.

In this webinar we want to help demystify some of the myths associated with post-doc positions.
Speakers are :

  • Prof. S. Feister (California State University Channel Islands)
  • Prof. D. Mauer (University of Auburn Alabama)
  • Dr. T. Ma (LLNL)
  • Dr. E.J. Paul (Princeton University/PPPL)
  • Dr. E.R. Tubman (LLNL)

Please fill out the following form to register for this event so we can send you a zoom link. Registration closes February 28th at midnight and zoom information will be sent out the following day:

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