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Fiorenza Fanelli Interview

     About 13 years ago I met a young scientist who had just started working on atmospheric plasmas. At that time, I was about to complete my doctoral studies in the field of low pressure, radiofrequency plasmas, but I was fascinated by the potential of generating plasmas using atmospheric pressure conditions. Her excitement was so evident every time she… Read more →

Dr. Fiorenza Fanelli is our new Scientist of the Week

This week, The Science and Engineering Cafe travels to Europe, specifically beautiful Italy! Our featured scientist is Dr. Fiorenza Fanelli, a longtime friend and renowned expert in the field of atmospheric plasmas. For those not familiar with her research work, see the biographical sketch below. Her interview will be published later this week.       Fiorenza Fanelli  is a… Read more →

Dr. Anna Maria Coclite is our new Scientist of the Week!

The Science and Engineering Cafe “travels” to Europe this week! It is a great pleasure to feature our first European “Scientist of the Week”, Dr. Anna Maria Coclite, from the Graz University of Technology in Austria. See her biographical sketch below and stay tuned for her interview. Since March 2013, Dr. Anna Maria Coclite is Assistant Professor at the Institute of Solid… Read more →

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