In 2007, Dr. Michael Keidar founded The Micro-propulsion and Nanotechnology Laboratory (MpNL) at the George Washington University (GWU) to expand our understanding of plasma and nanoscale phenomena. MpNL researchers focus mainly in three plasma-related applications: (1) propulsion, (2) nanotechnology, and (3) biomedicine.
MpNL research approach combines theoretical and empirical activities in synergy. Our theoretical research is primarily focused on developing analytic models and simulation methods, while our experimental activities aim to validate theoretical models or offer insights not provided by theory. MpNL has an array of sophisticated instrumentation and infrastructure to support fundamental and applied research in plasma and nanoscale physics. MpNL has ongoing collaborations with the GWU Institute for Nanotechnology and Plasma Medicine Program (GWIN/PMP), The GWU School of Medicine and Health Sciences (SMHS), other universities, and government laboratories.
CubeSat Technology Event
Space & Satellite Professionals International and George Washington University welcome you to a presentation of GWU research into the development of CubeSat technology and applications, to be followed by a tour of the research facilities. The event will be held in the Science and Engineering Hall of the Foggy Bottom GWU campus on October 18 from 6-9 pm.
A post-doctoral position is opening immediately in the area of plasma medicine (in vivo applications of cold plasma). The candidate should have a PhD or MD in the biomedical field. Strong experience in working with lab animals is desirable. Interested candidates should email CV to Prof. Michael Keidar at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Keidar was recently installed as the A. James Clark Professor of Engineering. For the GW Today article, click here !
In this video, Dr. Keidar discusses the use of cold plasma to treat cancer cells.