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Dr. Sally McArthur is the new Scientist of the Week on The Science and Engineering Cafe

I have seen her present at the American Vacuum Society (AVS) conferences. She is always full of energy and excitement when she presents her work. Our new Scientist of the Week is prof. Sally McArthur from Swinburne University. I am very happy that she accepted my invitation to be featured on sciengcafe.com and talk about her career and research.  Here’s a few words about Sally’s current position and background.… Read more →

Terry Freeman’s Interview to the Science and Engineering Cafe

As promised, here’s Prof. Terry Freeman’s interview to The Science and Engineering Café. I really liked her responses to my questions, she gives us some honest and personal answers. Her successful career is an inspiration to all of us, especially young women working in the STEM field. Thank you Terry for the interview and for following your mentor’s steps in… 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. Sylvain Coulombe is our New Scientist of the Week!

Who’s ready for the next International Symposium on Plasma Chemistry, ISPC 23? This popular for plasma scientists biannual conference will take place at McGill University in Montréal, Canada, from July 30th to August 4th, 2017. The conference is chaired by our new Scientist of the Week, Dr. Sylvain Coulombe along with his co-chair Dr. Luc Stafford. Sylvain’s research activities cover… Read more →

Matteo Gherardi Interview

What makes research work special? For it is the satisfaction of discovering new things and being able to interpret what’s happening in nature (and in the lab!). But what is the point of doing all this? Can our research be applied, for example, can it save lives? Well, our Scientist of the Week Dr. Matteo Gherardi, is a bright example… Read more →

2016 Gordon Research Seminar on Plasma Processing Science

     The Gordon Research Seminar on Plasma Processing Science is an international forum primarily intended for advanced graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, and junior scientists currently pursuing cutting-edge research within the field of Plasma Processing Science. This Seminar precedes the larger Gordon Research Conference on Plasma Processing Science (July 24-29, 2016). The program of the 2016 Gordon Research Seminar on Plasma… Read more →

Gordon Research Seminar

Are you a graduate student, post-doctoral fellow, or junior scientist currently pursuing cutting-edge research within the field of Plasma Processing Science? Consider attending the 2016 Gordon Research Seminar on Plasma Processing Science: Frontiers of plasma research: plasma medicine, plasma interaction with liquids and nanofabrication that will take place at the Proctor Academy, Andover, NH (USA) 23-24 July 2016. For more… Read more →

Erwin Kessels Interview

How does someone become successful in his/her job? My suggestion is to ask Dr. Erwin Kessels. There is no doubt that he has accomplished a lot in his career: he became a full professor at a young age, is a sought-after speaker at international conferences, has authored more than 200 publications and recently became Associate Editor of the Journal of… Read more →

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