DIFFER researcher Matteo Parente will defend his PhD thesis titled "0D and 1D Metals: Plasmonic Sensors and Charge Conductors" on 15 October 2020 from 13:30 - 14:30 CEST.
DIFFER researcher Bram Wolf will defend his PhD thesis titled “Thermal aspects of CO2 conversion in the vortex-stabilized microwave plasma” on 16 October 2020 from 11:00 - 12:00 CEST.
DIFFER researcher Kiran George will defend his PhD thesis titled "Modeling water oxidation at photoanodes: A multiscale approach" on 16 October 2020 from 13:30 - 14:30 CEST. The defense will take place at TU/e for a limited number of people, and can be followed online.
Prof. dr. Siegfried Glenzer
Normally, what surrounds us are gases, liquids, or solids. But elsewhere in the universe, 99% of the observable matter exists under extreme conditions that lead to more exotic states of matter that lead to the formation of plasmas and warm dense matter. Specifically, near the center of Jupiter, hydrogen becomes liquid or even solid - a process important to understand the evolution of our solar system. In the center of the sun, hydrogen is a plasma that burns itself up by nuclear fusion - a process humans want to harness for clean energy production on earth.
We are pleased to announce the date and theme for the 2020 edition of the Applied Computational Sciences (ACOS) Symposium. The symposium takes place on 28 October 2020 as an online event.
Machine Learning - from big data to multiscale modeling