Computational Plasma Physics and Chemistry news

September 7th 2018
The article "Vibrational Kinetics in Plasma as a Functional Problem: A Flux-Matching Approach", has been accepted for publication in The Journal of Physical Chemistry A (DOI).
August 7th 2018
Luca Vialetto, first year PhD student in the Computational Plasma Physics and Chemistry group, has been awarded the EPS poster prize for plasma modelling at the ESCAMPIG 2018, one of the most important conferences on low temperature plasmas, which took place on July 17-21 in Glasgow, UK. Authors of the poster are Luca Vialetto, Savino Longo and Paola Diomede. This work is part of the Shell-NWO initiative ‘Computational sciences for energy research’.
March 11th 2018
The article "Capacitively coupled hydrogen plasmas sustained by tailored voltage waveforms: vibrational kinetics and negative ions control" Plasma Sources Sci. Technol. 26 (2017) 075007, has been selected as a highlight of 2017 for the Plasma Sources Science and Technology journal. Authors of the paper are P. Diomede, B. Bruneau, S. Longo, E. Johnson and J.-P. Booth.
November 24th 2017
The article "Capacitively coupled hydrogen plasmas sustained by tailored voltage waveforms: vibrational kinetics and negative ions control", Plasma Sources Sci. Technol. 26, 075007 (2017) [DOI] has been selected as a highlight in Europhysics News. The same paper is a featured article in Plasma Sources Science and Technology.

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