Dr. Thierry Belmonte is our new Scientist of the Week!

I am very excited to announce our new Scientist of the Week, Dr. Thierry Belmonte! While I have only recently met him, I have closely followed his work in the field of plasma nanoscience over the past several years. I had the opportunity to meet him in person last month at the iplasmanano conference in Athens, Greece and enjoyed hearing more about his most recent… Read more →

Peter Bruggeman Interview

What are the benefits of publishing your work in peer-reviewed journals? Does a world renowned professor spend time in the lab running experiments? Our featured Scientist of the week, Dr. Peter Bruggeman answers these questions and talks about his work and publications. Enjoy his interview to The Science and Engineering Café.   Daphne Pappas Dr. Peter Bruggeman’s Interview 1) What… Read more →

Dr. Peter Bruggeman is our New Scientist of the Week!

From Luxembourg back to the United States again for our new Scientist of the Week, professor Peter Bruggeman! Peter is well-known in the plasma community. He is currently working at the University of Minnesota but a lot of us know him from the time that he conducted research at the University of Ghent and the Eindhoven University of Technology. Thank… Read more →

Nicolas Boscher Interview

Are you attending the AVS conference in Nashville next week? Nicolas Boscher, our Scientist of the Week will be there! Read his exclusive interview to Sciengcafe to learn more about his background and recent work. Daphne Pappas   Dr Boscher’s interview to The Science and Engineering Cafe Looks like you have gained extensive experience in the field by working at… Read more →

Dr. Nicolas Boscher is our new Scientist of the Week!

Greetings from Greece and the iplasmanano conference! I am very happy to announce that Dr. Nicolas Boscher from the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) will be featured on the Science and Engineering Café as Scientist of the Week.  I am very familiar with Nicolas’ work on plasma-assisted deposition of functional coatings and hope that we will learn more about… Read more →

Dirk Hegemann Interview

Greetings from Zurich! It’s travel day for me today, I’m heading to Athens to speak at the iplasmanano conference that starts in a few days. So this is the perfect place to post Dirk Hegemann’s interview. Dirk works at Empa, the Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology. Wish I had a longer layover to visit Dirk at his lab! Enjoy… Read more →

Dr. Dirk Hegemann is our New Scientist of the Week

   This week, The Science and Engineering Cafe takes us back to Europe to honor Dr. Dirk Hegemann from the Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology (Empa). Dirk is a world-renowned expert in the field of plasma polymers but aside from his deep involvement in high level research, he also serves on the Board of Directors of the… Read more →

Natalie Chernets Interview

It is so important to hear from young professionals! Dr. Natalie Chernets, our Scientist of the Week, confirms this with an amazing interview she provided to The Science and Engineering Cafe. She talks about the current status and future of Plasma Medicine, the Gordon Research Conference and some of the challenges that international students face.  I have nothing else to… Read more →

Dr. Natalie Chernets is our new Scientist of the Week

Happy Autumn to all of you! It has been a busy summer for me and for our new Scientist of the Week, Dr. Natalie Chernets. Among other things, Natalie co-chaired the Gordon Research Seminar on Plasma Processing Science and gave a talk on “Deciphering plasma/tissue interactions to develop appropriate medical treatments” at the 6th International Conference on Plasma Medicine that… Read more →

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