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Jan Benedikt’s Interview to The Science and Engineering Cafe’

Read the much anticipated interview of our new Scientist of the Week, Dr. Jan Benedikt. Jan talks about his new position, describes his latest research and the recent ISPC conference. Jan also offers a few tips on how to motivate new scientists by showing them the “big picture”. I hope you enjoy the interview as much as I did!  … Read more →

Jan Benedikt- Scientist of the Week

Hello followers of the Science and Engineering Cafe, hope your summer is going well.   As we approach the new academic year, it’s time once again to feature well known and accomplished members of the plasma community.   I am pleased to present our first Scientist of the Week, Professor Jan Benedikt from Christian-Abrechts University in Kiel, Germany. I have… Read more →

Dr. Cristina Canal is our New Scientist of the Week

It’s been quite a fun and successful year here at The Science and Engineering Café and I can’t think of a better way to end the year than featuring Dr. Cristina Canal from the Technical University of Catalonia, Spain. Cristina is a very enthusiastic plasma scientist who is focusing on the development of novel biomaterials via plasma engineering. A few months ago, I had the chance… Read more →

Sylvain Coulombe Interview

Our featured Scientist of the Week, Dr. Sylvain Coulombe (http://ppl.research.mcgill.ca/people/coulombe/) has dedicated his entire career in studying plasmas and exploring potential applications. He is also chairing the 23rd International Symposium on Plasma Chemistry that will take place in July 2017 in beautiful Montreal, Canada. For more information visit: http://ispc23.conference.mcgill.ca I am a big supporter of this conference, as I have… Read more →

Souvik Ghosh is our new Scientist of the Week!

Working with undergraduate and graduate students is something I have always enjoyed throughout my career. Some of them really stick out due to their hard work, scientific knowledge, creativity and personality. Souvik Ghosh definitely possesses all of the previously mentioned characteristics. I am happy to feature him as our new Scientist of the Week!  He provided a very exciting interview… Read more →

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