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Third Meeting of the NTC Technical Committee on Emerging Plasma Nanotechnologies

It is a pleasure to announce the third meeting (online workshop) of the Technical Committee on Emerging Plasma Nanotechnologies (TC 17) of the IEEE Nanotechnology Council. This third edition, planned 9/27 Tuesday 12 noon CET Berlin, 9/27 Tuesday 7 pm JST Tokyo 9/27 and 5 am CDT (Chicago) 9/27 . It will be virtual with a very exciting program with speakers either from academia, national laboratories and industry. It is free but registration is necessary.

This time we shift the focus to plasma surface interactions and plasma modeling and simulation. The list of the speakers is the following:

  • Dr. Fiorenza Fanelli, National Research Council (CNR), Institute of Nanotechnology (NANOTEC), Bari, Italy
    “Atmospheric pressure plasma surface processing of materials for environmental protection and remediation”
  • Dr. Richard Clergereaux, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), Laboratory of Plasma and Conversion of Energy (LAPLACE), University of Toulouse, Toulouse, France
    “Aerosol-assisted plasma processes: thin film deposition and plasma behaviors”
  • Dr. Diana Mihailova, CEO, Plasma Matters B.V., Eindhoven University of Technology (TUe), Eindhoven, The Netherlands
    “A User Perspective on Plasma Modeling and Simulation”

 

Agenda: Talks 30 min + 5 min for questions:

  • Welcome 12 noon-12:05 CET 9/27 [7:00 pm-7:05 JST, 5:00am-5:05 CDT]
  • Fanelli 12:05-12:40 CET 9/27 [7:05-7:40 JST, 5:05-5:40 CDT]
  • Clergereaux 12:40-13:15 CET 9/27 [7:40-8:15 JST, 5:40-6:15 CDT]
  • Dr. Mihailova 13:15 – 13:50 CET 9/27 [8:15-8:50 JST, 6:15-6:50 CDT]

 

Organizers:
Dr. Peter Ventzek
Prof. Uros Cvelbar
Dr. Kremena Makasheva
Committee Chair: Prof. Seiji Samukawa

 

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