Princeton Plasma Physics Lab

Princeton Plasma Innovation Center

Princeton, NJ

Princeton Plasma Physics Lab (PPPL), a United States Department of Energy national laboratory operated by Princeton University, is a leader in the research and development of fusion energy, conducting experiments and computer simulations to advance the understanding and application of plasma science and technologies. The condition, capabilities, and configuration of significant portions of its campus infrastructure did not support PPPL’s future scientific mission. EwingCole provided critical decision-1 documents, an analysis of alternatives, and the initial concept design services for a new facility. The 85,000 SF building includes modern office space for scientists and researchers, world-class computer visualization technologies, allowing scientists to collaborate with international fusion research experiments in real-time remotely, and laboratory space for large-scale, high-precision diagnostic and plasma-facing component and microelectronics research and development.