Princeton Wiki pages of Greg Hammett
I teach courses in the Princeton University Program in Plasma Physics, and do research at the Princeton Plasma Physics Lab on fusion energy, and on plasma physics in general, including astrophysical plasmas. See my PPPL work web page, and my personal web page.
- AST551 General Plasma Physics I (co-taught with Prof. Nat Fisch for many years)
- AST552 General Plasma Physics II (taught parts)
- AST554 Irreversible Processes in Plasmas
- AST541 Seminar in Theoretical Astrophysics Fall 2010, with Prof. Jim Stone, on the topic of Plasma Astrophysics
- AST559/APC539: Turbulence and Nonlinear Processes in Fluids and Plasmas
- AST560 Computational Methods in Plasma Physics (with Prof. Hong Qin)
(Some of these links require logging in with a Princeton University netid.)
My other wiki pages and research notes::
Smart Kids: A cool trick to add an infinite number of numbers. (September, 2011)
Thoughts on why scientific writing is hard. (May, 2011)
Notes on exactly time-reversible algorithms (June 2009)
Index/Site-map of the pages I've written here under User:Hammett.
You can use LaTeX-style math in wikimedia and get pretty good results. Examples:
Euler's famous equation is eiπ + 1 = 0