Tag Archive for plasmas in liquids

Cristina Canal’s Interview to The Science and Engineering Cafe

Happy New Year! I wish you all a very happy, healthy year with lots of breakthroughs in the field of Plasma Science. Plasmas have been studied for over a century and have been successfully applied for the development of nanomaterials and thin coatings, inactivation of harmful bacteria, etching of materials, just to name a few. Dr. Cristina Canal, our featured… Read more →

Thierry Belmonte Interview

“A well-rounded scientist”, this is the sentence that describes how I felt when I read Thierry Belmonte’s answers for the interview that he provided to The Science and Engineering Café. Thierry talks about keeping an open mind in expanding knowledge, the French plasma community and his latest work. I am very excited about his new work on additive manufacturing of nanometer-sized metal structures! Thierry-… Read more →

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 →

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 →

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 →

Dr. Matteo Gherardi is our new Scientist of the Week!

Our new Scientist of the Week is Dr. Matteo Gherardi! Matteo is a member of the Research Group for Industrial Applications of Plasmas (http://plasmagroup.ing.unibo.it) at the University of Bologna, Italy. The group is led by Professor Vittorio Colombo, current president of the International Plasma Chemistry Society. The prestigious group is conducting research in a wide range of topics: from nanoparticle… 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 →

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