This Special Issue of JPP is titled "Solved and Unsolved Problems in Plasma Physics". It is intended as a follow-up to the symposium that will occur in Princeton (New Jersey, USA) in March, 2016 on the occasion of Professor Nathaniel J. Fisch's 65th birthday and will honor the many innovative scientific contributions of Professor Fisch to plasma physics.
The collection of papers that will be published in this Special Issue are aimed to determine, in broad strokes, what was accomplished in fundamental theory and applications of plasma physics within the last 40 years. A unique emphasis is intended to be on open questions and unsolved problems. We hope to survey recent advances and foresee future directions in both research and education.
Special issue editors: