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Milchberg Wins the APS Excellence in Plasma Physics Award

Milchberg Wins the APS Excellence in Plasma Physics Award


Professor Howard Milchberg (ECE/IPST) is the winner of the Excellence in Plasma Physics Award of the American Physical Society (APS).

Dr. Milchberg received the award "[F]or the conception and first realization of hydrodynamic shock-formed plasma channels, and for the development of diagnostics for their characterization."

The Excellence in Plasma Physics Award was established by the APS in 1981 and is presented each year at the APS annual meeting.

Dr. Milchberg was most recently honored as a University of Maryland Distinguished Scholar-Teacher in recognition of his outstanding scholarly accomplishments and excellence in teaching.

July 13, 2005


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