The Plasma Accelerators Group is responsible for theoretical and experimental research on plasma/ion sources within the Magnetized Plasma Physics department of the IPPLM. It continues and expands the Electric Propulsion research activity formerly hosted at IPPT, building upon IPPLM's capabilities and know-how in the field of experimental plasma physics.

PAG research encompasses computer modeling, fundamental theoretical studies, technological design and experimental characterization of plasma sources, with a particular focus on Hall accelerators.

Much of this work is performed in collaboration with a large research network led by CNES, CNRS and SNECMA (Research network PPSO).

General information regarding PAG's research and publications, as well as some background material on plasma propulsion can be found at their WWW Site.

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Research projects carried out at the IPPLM are funded by the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education, the National Science Centre and by the European Commission within the framework of EUROfusion Consortium under grant agreement No 633053. Financial support comes also from the International Atomic Energy Agency, European Space Agency and LaserLab Consortium as well as from the Fusion for Energy Agency.