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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 →

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 →

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 →

Dr. Erwin Kessels is our new Scientist of the Week!

       I remember meeting Erwin several years ago through my Italian-Dutch circle of friends. As we tend to attend the same conferences, I have had the pleasure of attending several of his talks. Throughout the years he has expanded from strictly performing plasma research to becoming a pioneer in the field of atomic layer deposition (ALD). His experience spans from… Read more →

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