Guest Experimental Physics II - Prof. von Keudell

EP2

26.11.2013 - Gäste: Remi Dussart und Valentin Felix

Dr. Remi Dussart and Master student Valentin Felix from GREMI [Groupe de Recherches sur l'Energetique des Millieux Ionises], Université Orléans, (France) will stay with the RD Plasma from December 18th till 20th, 2013. They work together with Dr. Volker Schulz-von der Gathen and Judith Golda. The cooperative work on the development of microarrays is supported by the DAAD in the frame of a bilateral PROCOPE project (ID 54366312).

GREMI

EP2

23.09.2013 - GÄSTE: REMI DUSSART UND VALENTIN FELIX

Master student Valentin Felix from GREMI [Groupe de Recherches sur l'Energetique des Millieux Ionises], Université Orléans, (France) stays with the RD Plasma from September 23rd till October 4th, 2013. He works together with Dr. Volker Schulz-von der Gathen and Judith Golda. Valentin's supervisor Remi Dussart visits as well on September 23rd-25th. The cooperative work on the development of microarrays is supported by the DAAD in the frame of a bilateral PROCOPE project (ID 54366312). 

GREMI

EP2

08.05.2013 - GAST: PROF. DR. LAWRENCE J. OVERZET

Prof. Dr. Lawrence J. Overzet von der UT Dallas ist vom 13.-16.05.2013 zu Gast bei Dr. Volker Schulz-von der Gathen und Judith Golda im Rahmen der Forschergruppe FOR1123 "Physics of Microplasmas".

Prof. Dr. Lawrence J. Overzet

EP2

18.03.2013 - GAST: PROF. DR. IGOR DENYSENKO

Professor Igor Denysenko of the School of Physics and Technology, V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, Ukraine, is a guest of Experimental Physik II from 2nd March to 15th April 2013. We continue our collaboration with Prof. Denysenko in the research field of dusty plasmas. Prof. Denysenko has developed a space-averaged global model to characterize the afterglow of pulsed argon plasmas which contain the large density of hydro-carbonaceous dust particles [1]. This global model is further developed in order to study the time evolution of the dust charge and the rate coefficient for electron collection by dust particles. During Prof. Denysenko’s stay in Bochum, we have prepared an article on this study. Furthermore, an article on a new non-invasive method for measurements of ion fluxes and ion densities in pulsed capacitively-coupled RF plasmas has been submitted. We kindly acknowledge the financial support of the Humbolt Foundation. 

[1] I. Denysenko, I. Stefanovic, B. Sikimic, J. Winter, N.A. Azarenkov, and N. Sadeghi, J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. 44 (2011) 205204

V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University

EP2

04.02.2013 - GAST: VICTOR AMARY

From February the 4th to March the 31th Master-Student Victor Amary from the Groupe de Recherches sur l'Energétique des Milieux Ionisés (GREMI) of the Université d'Orléans has successfully completed his internship at the Institute of Application Oriented Plasma Physics (EP2).

In the course of his stay he participated in working in the Project A1 of the DFG Research Unit FOR1123 around Phd-Student Daniel Schröder and Dr. Schulz-von der Gathen. He focusses his investigations on diverse further developments concerning the Micro-Plasma Jet (µ-APPJ). By the variation of the material and the widths of the electrodes, he managed to ignite the µ-APPJ with an argon feed gas flow combined with the spectroscopic characterisation of this new operation mode of the jet device.

Victor Amary is now continuing his Master Studies at the Ruhr-Universität Bochum in course of the Erasmus Programme. The team of Project A1thanks Mr. Amary for his successful participation and wishes him all the best for his future career.

GREMI