Awards for TET students at GEC conference
Several members of the faculty for electrical engineering attended this the 70th Gaseous Electronics Conference in Pittsburgh, USA. Especially for two of them, the conference was very fruitfuil:
Sebastian Wilczek from the chair theoretical engineering was honored for his contribution with the title "Differences between Cartesian and spherical 1d3v particle-in-cell simulations" with the Student Excellence Award and Manaswi Daksha from the same chair won a Poster Award for his contribution "A real-time model for secondary electron emission coefficients in low temperature plasmas".
Congratulations to both of them!