· Academic competitions
· Sporting competitions
· Increased awareness of state of play
· Time-keeping and score-keeping simultaneously
· Reduces errors and increases accuracy
Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL)
The U.S. Department of Energy's Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) is a Collaborative National Center for plasma and fusion science. Its primary mission is to develop the scientific understanding and the key innovations which will lead to an attractive fusion energy source. Associated missions include conducting world-class research along the broad frontier of plasma science and providing the highest quality of scientific education.
Eliot Feibush is a scientist in the Computational Plasma Physics Group at the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory. He is developing software to visualize data from fusion experiments and simulations. His visualization work includes designing and installing the Display Wall in the Princeton University Lewis Science Library and the collaborative display in the PPPL Control Room. Prior to joining PPPL, he has developed graphics, visualizations, and user interfaces for architectural design, medical imaging, and geospatial/situational awareness applications. He has published journal articles on modeling, rendering, and visualization. Eliot received his B. Architecture (1979) and M.S. in computer graphics (1981) from Cornell University.
Andrew Zwicker is the Head of the Science Education Department at PPPL. A Fellow of the American Physical Society, The American Association of Physics Teachers has named him to its list of 75 leading contributors to physics education. He is currently the Editor of the APS Forum on Physics and Society's newsletter and a past chair of that Forum. Additionally, he is a past member of the APS Committee on Education. At Princeton University he is a lecturer in the Writing Program and a faculty advisor for freshmen and sophomores. He received his Ph.D. from Johns Hopkins University.
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