Scientific Program

Poster sessions


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

TOPIC 9: Low pressure plasma sources
3-01A. AaneslandPEGASES - Plasma propulsion with electronegative gases
3-02M. BadulescuThermoionic vacuum arc plasma ignited in nickel vapors – characterization and optimization for the deposition of adherent films
3-03D. BoubetraCharacterization of the electrode erosion by spectrum analysis at low pressure gas-discharge lamps
3-04V. BuršíkováDeposition of nanostructured diamond-like carbon films in dual frequency capacitive discharge
3-05O. CarabañoExperimental characterization of surface waves producing microwave plasmas in a coaxial structure at low pressures
3-06C. FoissacMeasurements of electron temperature and density in an argon discharge created by helical cavity
3-07J. HusarikExperimental investigation of a surface-wave excited plasma in a large-area chamber fully covered with dielectric material
3-08P. KempkesE to H mode transition dynamics in inductively coupled radiofrequency plasmas
3-09N.D. KharchenkoPeculiarities of longitudinal combined (RF/DC) discharges burning in low-pressure nitrogen
3-10A. MartinPulsed glow discharge in the analysis of thin coated materials
3-11A. MeigePlasma ionization in low-pressure radio-frequency discharges: optical measurements and particle-in-cell (PIC) simulations
3-12A. MeigeFormation of ion-ion plasmas by magnetic filtering of the electrons: 2D fluid simulation
3-13K. I. PolozhiyInfluence of skin-effect on a plasma impedance in inductively coupled RF discharge
3-14C. RondCO2 dissociation in a RF plasma torch
3-15N. SakudoImproving Plasma Uniformity in Microwave-superposed RF Plasma Source
3-16N. SasakiVibrational temperatures in small bore glow discharges in neon-nitrogen mixture system
3-17J. SchulzeElectron heating in dual-frequency capacitively coupled radio frequency discharges
3-18J. SchulzeElectric field reversals in the sheath region of capacitively coupled radio frequency discharges at different pressures
3-19H. ShindoLong-uniform line plasma generation by microwave in a narrowed rectangular waveguide
3-20N. ŠkoroVolt ampere characteristics and spatial profiles of the low pressure hollow cathode discharge
3-21M. A. SobolewskiElectron heating in RF-biased, inductively coupled plasmas
3-22A. A. KirpichnikovUniformity of nanosecond pulsed discharge plasma
3-23P. SupiotSpatially resolved OES study of a microwave plasma in H2/CH4/B2H6
3-24M. M. TurnerSecondary electrons in dual frequency capacitive discharges
3-25A. M. ElaminPlasma-polymerized benzene films for corrosion protection in Al alloys
3-26S. KhalefaThe deposition of thin films using a PECVD technique
3-27H. N. AhmedaLow-temperature sterilization using surface-wave plasma excited by a 2.45 GHz microwave and DC

TOPIC 10: High pressure plasma sources
3-28Y.AkishevOn development of streamers in pin-to-plane gap blown out by airflow with water aerosol
3-29K. AllegraudImaging of surface streamers propagation
3-30P.F. AmbricoN2(A) measurement in N2 AC surface DBD at atmospheric pressure under pulsed regime
3-31B. BahnevA “plasma blob” propagation study
3-32T. BelmonteFilamentation of Argon Atmospheric Plasmas in Resonant Cavity
3-33N. A. AlmeidaUnified numerical modelling of near-cathode plasma layers in high-pressure arc discharges
3-34P. BruggemanCharacteristics of DC excited discharges in water
3-35R.P. CardosoEvolution of He(23S) concentration in the time afterglow of a microwave atmospheric pressure helium plasma: influence of impurities at trace level.
3-36A. S. ChiperOn the secondary discharge of an atmospheric pressure DBD driven by unipolar voltage pulses
3-37M. S. BenilovBifurcations of regimes of current transfer to cathodes of high-pressure arc discharges
3-38G. BorciaTemporal behaviour of pulsed atmospheric pressure asymmetric dielectric barrier discharge
3-39B. EismannZero-dimensional chemical analysis of positive columns in Ar and Ar-O2 plasmas
3-40M.C. GarcíaStudy of the expansion of an argon microwave plasma torch at atmospheric pressure in a helium environment.
3-41N. GeorgescuDifferent configurations for chemically activated, high-voltage pulsed, cold atmospheric plasma jets
3-42J.GregórioStudy of a microwave micro-plasma reactor at atmospheric pressure
3-43T. OhtaEffects of cathode dimension on plasma characteristics of multi-micro hollow cathode lamp
3-44M. KandoImprovement of antenna-excited microwave discharge lamp property by using microwave pulse modulation
3-45W. S. KangPlasma characteristics of dielectric barrier discharge analyzed numerically including thermodynamic effects
3-46H.-S. KimPlasma flow characteristics of dielectric barrier discharge in a spray-type reactor
3-47N. Y. BabaevaConsequences of inhomogeneities on branching of streamers in high pressure gases
3-48C.M.O. MahonyInvestigation of electron temperature and energy distribution in an ultra-small (50µm) RF-driven micro-hollow cathode discharge
3-49E. Castaños MartinezStudy of the wave field azimuthal variation in surface wave discharges sustained at atmospheric pressure
3-50K. MakashevaTransition to a microcathode sustained discharge
3-51K. MakashevaSpatial profiles of plasma densities in microcathode sustained discharges
3-52E. Muñoz-SerranoMicrohollow cathode sustained discharge: plasma properties and parametric study
3-53Y. NagataGeneration of multi-gas microplasma and its application for elemental analysis
3-54D. PaiGeneration of diffuse plasmas in air at atmospheric pressure using a pin-pin electrode configuration
3-55F. PontigaNegative corona discharge in synthetic and dry air
3-56K. YanallahThe effect of joule heating on ozone production in negative corona discharge
3-57J. Santos SousaSinglet oxygen production at atmospheric pressure by microplasmas
3-58A. E. RakitinPulsed discharge at high overvoltage for detonation initiation
3-59D. V. RoupassovDevelopment of nanosecond pulsed surface discharge
3-60H. YoshikiLocal etching of polyimide films using atmospheric-pressure µplasma jets
3-61S. OnoAtmospheric pressure microwave excited H2O plasma and application to the surface cleaning

TOPIC 11: Plasmas and gas flows
3-62A. de Andrea GonzálezInitial value problem of the ablative Rayleigh-Taylor instability: the disappearance of the cut-off wave number
3-63L. LegerComparison of DC discharge and surface heater effect on supersonic rarefied air flow around a flat plate
3-64A. A. MartinsAtmospheric glow discharges for propulsion
3-65D. V. RoupassovAcoustic noise and flow separation control by plasma actuator

TOPIC 1: Atomic and molecular processes in plasmas
3-66M. Lino da SilvaModelling of rotational nonequilibrium in low-pressure, high-temperature plasma flows
3-67D. KubalaElectron impact ionisation of C2D6 - partial cross sections
3-68S. MohammadiEnergy loss in plasma
3-69W. G. GrahamArgon metastable densities close to the mode transition in an inductively coupled plasma
3-70J. M. Luque RaigónNew spectral lines and energy levels Ne V, Ne VI and Ar VI using a pulsed discharge
3-71N. MoreauKinetic of the hydroxyl radical and propane conversion in N2/O2(/H2O) high pressure plasmas
3-72M.PurkaitTwo electron capture cross sections in collisions of bare projectile ions with helium atom
3-73G. PurohitElectron impact single ionization of alkali and alkali Earth atoms
3-74S.J. RubioAxial distribution of temperatures and species in a helium plasma of the axial injection torch during the trichloroethylene destruction
3-75G. ScarduelliMethane-argon and methane-nitrogen dielectric barrier discharge at atmospheric pressure
3-76J.D. SkalnýOzone generation in coaxial DC corona discharge fed by mixtures of oxygen and carbon dioxide
3-77I. MéndezIon processes IN Ar + H2 hollow cathode dc discharges
3-78R. Wijtvliet“Exotic” phenomena in containing hydrogen microwave plasmas
3-79A.TonegawaAtomic and molecular processes on hydrogen recombination plasma
3-80Z. Lj. PetrovicTransport coefficients for electrons in BF3

TOPIC 6: Plasma and dicharge theory and simulation
3-81K. KutasiUV radiation spatial distribution in N2 -O2 post-discharges used for sterilization
3-82C. LiParticle and fluid models for streamers: comparison and spatial coupling
3-83L. LiardPlasma transport under neutral gas depletion conditions
3-84F. SigenegerLocal plasma enhancement by additional RF power supply.
3-85A. LuqueModels of interacting streamers
3-86L. MarquesModeling of nitrogen CCRF discharges used to study titan’s atmosphere
3-87D. MihailovaSputtering hollow cathode discharges: modelling and comparison with experiments
3-88T. MussenbrockNonlinear ohmic and stochastic heating in single-frequency capacitive discharges
3-89D. PetrovicNumerical parameter study on a cylindrical DBD used as a chemical reactor
3-90C. D. PintassilgoHeavy species kinetics in low-pressure pulsed discharges in air
3-91I. RafatovModelling of a continuous optical discharge stabilized by a gas flow in quasi optical approximation
3-92S. TinckSimulation of Ar/Cl2/O2 inductively coupled plasmas used for anisotropic etching of silicon
3-93J. L. TruebaFingering from ionization fronts in plasmas
3-94M. M. IqbalNumerical simulations of an atmospheric pressure discharge using two dimensional fluid model
3-95M. M. TurnerHow is the Bohm criterion satisfied in plasmas with several positive ions?
3-96J. VranjesFriction-induced momentum conservation effects on drift wave
3-97J. VranjesIon acoustic instability in plasma with partial thermodynamic equilibrium
3-98Z. Lj. PetrovicMonte Carlo simulations of the ion-impact secondary electron emission in argon
3-99N.ZorinaIll-posed inverse problem solving using two methods of choosing of regularization parameter
3-100S. AbbateKinetic model of a nanosecond afterglow in air

 

 
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