Scientific Program

Poster sessions


Session 1 Session 2 Session 3  
 PS #  1st Author  Title

TOPIC 5: Plasma diagnosis
2-01L. SchaperPlasma production and vapour layer production at a pulse power electrode in saline solution
2-02L. SchmiedtStudy of oxygen discharge in silica and Pyrex discharge tube
2-03J. SchulzeElectron heating in asymmetric capacitively coupled radio frequency discharges
2-04H. ShindoA criterion for transition from capacitive to inductive modes in radio-frequency plasma
2-05M. A. SobolewskiNoninvasive monitoring of ion current and ion energy during plasma processing
2-06G.D. StancuStudy of nanosecond repetitively pulsed discharges in atmospheric air or nitrogen by advanced laser diagnostic techniques
2-07I.N.KosarevPlasma-assisted ignition: streak imaging
2-08I. StefanovicPlasma temperature of complex plasma from emission spectroscopy
2-09O. S. StoicanGate dip oscillator circuit used for plasma diagnosis
2-10H. TestrichInvestigation of instabilities in the oxygen positive column
2-11T.BeaudetteInfluence of heating treatments on phosphor efficacy for a mercury free lamp
2-12L. ThereseThin film deposition and radiofrequency glow discharge for non conductive materials
2-13E. BarisoneExperimental determination of effective secondary electron emission yields of conductive and nonconductive materials
2-14B. CaillierSpatial emission of a dielectric barrier discharge lamp driven by sinusoidal or square voltage excitation
2-15J. Torres CastroDiagnostic on pure hydrogen plasma generated by microwaves at atmospheric pressure
2-16B. KevilleEstimating and controlling the atomic oxygen content in a plasma via actinometry, a simulation study
2-17B. VaynerEmission properties of plasmas generated by arcing on solar array surfaces
2-18D. VempaireUltraviolet LEDs used for the Broad-Band Absorption Spectroscopy: application to real-time plasma monitoring
2-19J. WaskoenigCoupling of laser diagnostics and numerical simulations for a radiofrequency micro atmospheric pressure plasma jet
2-20S. WelzelCavity enhanced absorption spectroscopy as a diagnostic tool based on quantum cascade lasers
2-21S. WelzelTime-resolved QCLAS measurements on nitric oxide containing DC discharges
2-22Y. YasudaSaturation spectroscopy of Ar I for 4S’?4P’, 4S?4P transitions in facing target sputtering system

TOPIC 6: Plasma and dicharge theory and simulation
2-23H. AkashiModeling of filament discharges in pulsed dielectric barrier discharge excimer lamp
2-24R. ÁlvarezTwo-dimensional hydrodynamic model of a microwave plasma torch
2-25M. ArrayásFluctuation charge effects in ionization fronts
2-26M. MaoInvestigation of negative ion growth mechanisms in acetylene dusty plasmas
2-27M. GaillardMonte Carlo simulation of a magnetron discharge and comparison with experiments
2-28T. MartensThe influence of impurities on the behavior of high pressure noble gas plasmas
2-29A. ButelModeling of the detailed kinetic mechanism of a low pressure CO2 RF plasma
2-30E. BultinckParticle-in-cell/Monte Carlo collisions model for the reactive sputter-deposition of nitride layers
2-31E. Castaños-MartínezExpansion of a contracted rare gas discharge at atmospheric pressure upon adding to it traces of a lower-ionization-potential rare gas
2-32S. CélestinAn efficient way to compute the photoionization for streamer propagation in air: the 3-group SP3 model
2-33C. De BieDescription of the detailed plasma chemistry of a DBD in a mixture of CH4 and O2 using a 2D fluid model
2-34A.M. JuárezA simulator of electron and ion avalanches from the pulsed Townsend experiment, including electron detachment
2-35A. DerzsiImproved fluid and hybrid modeling of low-pressure discharges by incorporating electron energy balance equation
2-36N. A. DyatkoVolt-ampere characteristics of the partially constricted glow discharge in Ar:N2 mixtures
2-37E. TatarovaMicrowave air plasma torch
2-38R. N. FranklinDischarges in CF4 diluted by argon
2-39G. FubianiModelling of secondary emission processes in the ITER negative ion based electrostatic accelerator
2-40L. GarriguesKinetic effects on the electron transport in a hall effect thruster
2-41J.GregórioFluid modeling of a microwave micro-plasma at atmospheric pressure
2-42K. KutasiActive species in Ar-O2 microwave flowing post-discharges
2-43G. J. M. HagelaarModel of multi-dipolar microwave plasma
2-44G. J. M. HagelaarModeling of an inductive ion source for neutral beam injection
2-45M. JiménezComputer simulations of microwave induced plasmas using PLASIMO
2-46K.V.KorytchenkoThe influence on electric-field strength into pulsed arc

TOPIC 7: Self-organization in plasmas, dusty plasmas
2-47P.G.C. AlmeidaSelf-consistent modelling of self-organization on DC glow cathodes
2-48S. CelestinStructuration of a dielectric barrier discharge in air at atmospheric pressure: experiment and modeling
2-49L.V. DeputatovaExperiments with dusty plasma generated by a proton beam
2-50D. G. DimitriuTransition to chaos of multiple fireballs dynamics by cascade of period-doubling bifurcations
2-51C. IonitaComplex space charge structures at the origin of certain plasma instabilities
2-52S. GurluiSpectral investigation of fireballs in argon plasma
2-53L.G. D’yachkovRotation of dusty clouds in magnetic fields in a dc glow discharge
2-54I. I. FilatovaElectric charging of macroparticles in a low pressure carbon arc
2-55I. I. FilatovaInvestigations of dust particles dynamics in RF plasma by optical spectroscopic methods
2-56P. HartmannStructure and dynamics of 2D magnetized dusty plasmas
2-57S. A. KhrapakElectric potential around an absorbing grain in plasmas: effect of ion-neutral collisions
2-58V. KudrleIron-based nanoparticles synthesised by microwave plasma
2-59C. StancuPlasma segmentation inside the narrow channels of grounded RF electrodes
2-60V.I. MolotkovNew results in studying dusty plasma under microgravity conditions
2-61S.J. RubioDestruction of trichloroethylene and carbon tetrachloride in a microwave air plasma
2-62G. RegnoliParticle transport in strongly coupled dusty plasma systems.
2-63G.I. SukhininIonic coat around a charged particle in low pressure dusty plasma
2-64A.V. FedoseevEffective dust particle charge in a dc glow discharge
2-65K. TeranishiOccurrence condition of self-organization in barrier discharge generated by piezoelectric transformer
2-66J. VranjesGlobal electrostatic modes in pair-ion plasma
2-67N. YatsenkoElectromagnetic waves diffraction on the perpendicular linear structure in dusty magnetoplasma
2-68S. ZhdanovDislocation nucleation in 2D plasma crystals

TOPIC 8: Upper atmospheric plasmas and space plasmas
2-69G. CicalaMechanism of shock wave interaction propagating in N2 DC discharge.
2-70R. CruzIonic charge states of solar energetic particles in impulsive solar events: comparison of escape model with experimental data of SEPICA onboard ace satellite.
2-71M. García-ComasModeling the NO+ emission from the terrestrial lower thermosphere
2-72F. González-GalindoFirst modelling of the Mars ionosphere with the European Mars GCM
2-73G. HebreroBehaviour of iron charge states in solar flares produced in the solar corona plasma: results of escape model.
2-74L.M. LaraTitan`s photochemistry revisited: Cassini-Huygens data and model results
2-75C. D. PintassilgoKinetic study of an afterglow plasma for simulation of Titan’s atmosphere
2-76P. BoubertCN and C2 radiation behind of shock wave
2-77A. SadovskiStability properties of the ion distribution function with velocity space holes
2-78S. J. TalasmanThe universal evolution criterion in the case of ionosphere plasma

TOPIC 12: Laser produced plasmas
2-79P. ParvinStudy the effect of target on LIBS of gaseous components in different pressures
2-80A.Alonso-MedinaApplication of laser induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS): measured stark widths for resonance lines of Ca II
2-81A. LorussoIon currents emitted from monocrystalline Fe+2%Si and Fe solid targets by UV laser ablation
2-82L. VelardiModification of polymeric surfaces by IR and UV laser irradiation
2-83R. MayoTransition probabilities of Re I measured in a laser produced plasma
2-84V. MorelModelling of aluminium laser-induced plasma: Influence of laser parameters
2-85L. HüwelCan laser produced plasmas serve as a test bed for optical diagnostics of electrically initiated microplasmas?
2-86G. BuccolieriLaser action on acanthite and jalpaite in Ag artefacts
2-87M. RibiereDistortion of self-reversed lines by background gas interaction in a laser induced aluminum plasma
2-88M.V. SicilianoComparison of soft X-rays from metal plasmas
2-89S. MehrabianTheoretical investigation of laser induced plasma radiation: Application to the Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy
2-90N. TsudaElectron density of laser induced plasma in liquid
2-91N. M. ShaikhComparison of zinc, cadmium and mercury plasma parameters produced by laser ablation

 

 
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