Joined conferences

31.10.2014 - GEC 2014 IN RALEIGH, USA

The 67th GEC will be hosted by North Carolina State University from November 3rd - November 7th, 2014 in Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. PhD students Katja Rügner and Daniel Schröder (Research Unit FOR 1123 "Physics of Microplasmas", Experimentalphysics II, RUB) participated.
NCSU is one of the leading educational and research universities in the United States, and home to numerous groups focused on plasma science and plasma application. This presence is further strengthened by nearby Duke University and the University of North Carolina; the three universities forming the science and technology hub known as the Research Triangle, home to industry giants and high tech start-ups, many of which were launched out of NCSU. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GEC 2014

09.10.2014 - JAN BENEDIKT AT IPLASMA NANO V

The 5th international conference on plasma nanoscience continued the main theme of the conference series — the fundamental science and applications of low-temperature plasmas, ion beams, lasers, and related approaches as it relates to the synthesis, modification, and integration of nanoscale materials.

iPlasma Nano V

29.09.2014 - 14TH INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON HIGH PRESSURE LOW TEMPERATURE PLASMA CHEMISTRY (HAKONE XIV)

The 14th International Symposium on High Pressure Low Temperature Plasma Chemistry (HAKONE XIV), was held in Zinnowitz/Germany (island Usedom) from September 21 to 26, 2014.

HAKONE XIV was jointly organized by the Institute of Physics (IfP) at the University of Greifswald and the Leibniz Institute for Plasma Science and Technology (INP Greifswald).
HAKONE is a biennial symposium bringing together scientists and engineers working on subjects in the basic research and plasma processing of high pressure (typically 1 bar) 
and low temperature plasma chemistry. 

Dr. Marc Böke, Dr. Simon Hübner, Katja Rügner, Stefan Spiekermeier and Prof. Jörg Winter participated with following contributions:
* He metastable densities and N2 afterglow in the pulsed constricted mode of the µAPP RF microjet (μAPPJ)
* He metastables dynamics of a self-pulsing, propagating constricted discharge in an atmospheric pressure micro plasma jet
* Thomson scattering on pulsed high voltage cold atmospheric pressure plasma jets
* Investigation of surface reactions in atmospheric pressure plasma deposition processes of silicon dioxide like and hydrogenated amorphous carbon films

HAKONE website

15.08.2014 - 2ND INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON NON-EQUILIBRIUM PLASMA AND COMPLEX-SYSTEM SCIENCES (IS-NPCS) 

2nd IS-NPCS RUB Gruppenfoto

Vom 30.09.-02.10.2014 wird das 2nd International Symposium on Non-equilibrium Plasma and Complex-System Sciences (IS-NPCS) an der Ruhr-Universität Bochum stattfinden. Organisiert wird es von den Doktoranden Christian Schregel und Steffen Meier sowie von Prof. Uwe Czarnetzki (RUB) und Prof. Satoshi Hamaguchi (Osaka).

 

 

 

2nd IS-NPCS

PROGRAM 2ND IS-NPCS AT RUB   (112.8 KB)

 

01.08.2014 - GORDON RESEARCH CONFERENCE: PLASMA PROCESSING SCIENCE

GRC 2014 Jan Ante Jörg Achim

The Gordon Research Conference "Plasma Processing Science: Many Scales, Many Applications, One Discipline" was held from July 27 - August 1, 2014 at Bryant University in Smithfield, RI (USA). Prof. Achim Von Keudell was Vice Chair, Postdoc Dr. Ante Hecimovic gave a talk about "Spokes, Instabilities and Self Organisation Phenomena in HiPIMS Discharges" and Jun.-Prof. Jan Benedikt about "Plasma-Cell Interaction: Can We Ever Understand and Control It?" .
The Plasma Processing Science Gordon Research Conference was held in conjunction with the Plasma Processing Science Gordon Research Seminar.
Plasma processing science, due to its intrinsic nonequilibrium nature, has been at the heart of many key enabling technologies and provided breakthrough solutions in areas of energy, human health, and environmental sustainability. The 2014 Gordon Research Conference on Plasma Processing Science featured a comprehensive program that highlights the most cutting edge scientific advances in plasma science and technology. It emphasized the common thread underlying all these applications that holds the promise to provide the knowledge base required to address future technological grand challenges. Fundamental science sessions focused on plasma physics and chemistry and their interaction on solid and liquid surfaces and for a wide range of applications, ranging from medicine, materials synthesis to energy production and storage. The conference brought together leaders in the field with junior investigators and graduate students. The special format of the Gordon Conferences, with programmed discussion sessions and ample time for informal gatherings in the afternoons and evenings, provided for a fertile atmosphere of brainstorming and creative thinking among the attendees.

Conference Website