Tag Archive for Zdenko Machala

Ph.D. positions in the field of Plasma Science

    PhD. opportunities in plasmas with liquids, biomedical, and agriculture plasma applications: 1) Investigation of plasma-liquid interactions in aerosols and bulk liquids by advanced optical/electrical diagnostics and related properties of the plasma activated water 2) Direct vs. indirect effects of cold plasmas and plasma activated water on microorganisms and eukaryotic cells 3) Investigation of the effects of reactive plasma… Read more →

Dr. Natalie Chernets is our new Scientist of the Week

Happy Autumn to all of you! It has been a busy summer for me and for our new Scientist of the Week, Dr. Natalie Chernets. Among other things, Natalie co-chaired the Gordon Research Seminar on Plasma Processing Science and gave a talk on “Deciphering plasma/tissue interactions to develop appropriate medical treatments” at the 6th International Conference on Plasma Medicine that… Read more →

6th International Conference on Plasma Medicine (ICPM-6) -2nd announcement

Dear colleague, On behalf of the International Society for Plasma Medicine (ISPM), we are delighted to invite you to the 6th International Conference on Plasma Medicine (ICPM-6), which will be held in Bratislava, Slovakia, from September 4 to 9, 2016. Plasma Medicine is a new, rapidly growing field that faces many technological challenges and brings to the forefront fundamental questions… Read more →

Zdenko Machala Interview

    Dr. Zdenko Machala’s interview to The Science and Engineering Cafe        We continue to celebrate November as Plasma Medicine month on The Science and Engineering Cafe! Our featured scientist this week is Professor Zdenko Machala, Chair of the upcoming conference on Plasma Medicine that will take place in Bratislava, a beautiful city located by the Danube, next… Read more →

Dr. Zdenko Machala is our new Scientist of the Week!

     Our featured scientist this week is one of the most recognized in the field of Plasma Medicine, Dr. Zdenko Machala. I have read several of his papers and I am impressed with his utilization of emission spectroscopy and other plasma diagnostics to identify the species responsible for the antimicrobial activity of atmospheric pressure plasmas. His expertise and depth of… Read more →

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