Invited speakers (alphabetically)

Speaker University/Institute/Company Talk
Thierry Belmonte University of Nancy, France From equilibrium to non-equilibrium alloy nanoparticles by discharges in liquids
Waldo Bongers DIFFER, Eindhoven, The Netherlands Plasma as feasible option for renewable energy driven hybrid non-equilibrium chemistry
Jin-Hyo Boo Sungkyunkwan University, Seoul, Korea Atmospheric plasma assisted synthesis of nano-oxide materials for bio-medical applications
Jean-Paul Booth Ecole Polytechnique, Palaiseau Cedex, France Novel diagnostics to unravel fundamental processes in oxygen plasmas
Cristina Canal Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain Biocompatible vehicles for RONS generated by atmospheric plasmas in liquids
Hong Young Chang KAIST, Daejeon, Korea A role of ATM plasma for CO2 conversion
Chanchai Chutsirimongkol PhotoBioCare Company Limited, Nonthaburi, Thailand Low temperature atmospheric plasma for skin rejuvenation and wound healing: clinical experience from Thailand
Uwe Czarnetzki Ruhr University Bochum, Germany INCA: A new scalable large area plasma source at low pressures
Christian Day Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen, Germany How cold plasma helps to meet hot plasma
Gheroghe Dinescu National Institute for Laser, Plasma and Radiation, Bucharest, Romania Low temperature plasma experiments for validation of tungsten materials in fusion and nanotechnology
David Duday Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology Engineered mesoporous silica nanoparticles and plasma jets for bone regeneration
Vojko Flis University of Maribor, Slovenia Technology behind endovascular treatment of aortic aneurysms
Alexander Fridman Drexler University, Philadelphia, USA Pulsed DBD and jets, physics and biomedical applications
Timo Gans University of York, UK Controlled plasma dynamics and chemical kinetics in low temperature plasmas for environmental and healthcare technologies
Matjaž Godec Institute of Metal and Technology, Ljubljana, Slovenia The interaction of laser beam with metallic materials in additive manufacturing
Vasco Guerra Instituto Superior Technico, Lisbon, Portugal Plasma conversion of CO2 on Earth… and on Mars!
Gerard Henrion University of Nancy, France Electrical sequencing to improve the plasma electrolytic processing of aluminium alloys
Masafumi Ito Meijo University, Japan Plasma-activated solutions with plant-growth promotion and sterilization in neutral pH
Jiri Jenista Institute of Plasma Physics of CAS, Prague, Czech Republic Experimental and numerical research of plasma gas decomposition and gasification at IPP
Holger Kersten University of Kiel, Germany Determination of momentum and energy fluxes in plasma surface processing
Jaeho Kim AIST, Tsukuba, Japan Development and application of microwave-excited plasma jets based on microstrip line for materials processing
Tae Gyu Kim Pusan National University, Korea Plasma seeding process and thermal resistance characteristics of boron doped CVD diamond
Katsuhisa Kitano Osaka University, Japan Peroxynitric acid (HOONO2) is the most valuable chemical species in plasma-treated water for effective and safe disinfection
Hiroki Kondo University of Nagoya, Japan Nano-composite innovation based on carbon nanowalls and advanced plasma processes
Wolf-Dietrich Kraeft University of Rostock, Germany Depression of the ionization potential in dense plasmas
Kinga Kutasi Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary Tuning the PAW composition by a surface-wave microwave discharge
Jan Lancok Institute of Physics AS CR, Prague, Czech Republic Optical and structural properties of metal naparticles fluoride nanocomposites thin films fabricated by hybrid deposition
Vincenzo Laporta University of Le Havre, France Electron-molecule dynamics for non-equilibrium plasmas
Frantisek Lofaj IMR SAS, Kosice, Slovakia The influence of hydrogenation and hybridization on mechanical and tribological properties of hard W-C:H coatings
Miran Mozetič Jožef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia Interaction between neutral reactive plasma particles and hydrogenated carbon materials
Deborah O’Connell University of York, UK Activation of stem cell identity by low temperature plasma in primary prostate cells
Daisuke Ogawa Chubu University, Aichi, Japan Plasma functionalization to enhance mechanical property of polyurethane composite with multi-walled carbon nanotubes
Zoran Petrović Institute of Physics Belgrade, Serbia Measurements and simulations of RF breakdown in gases
Jean Francois Pierson University of Nancy, France Three strategies to improve the functional properties of copper oxide thin films
Nuno Pinhao Instituto Superior Technico, Lisbon, Portugal Optimization methods for cross section fitting with swarm data: application to hydrocarbon gases
Jean Jacques Pireaux University of Namur, Belgium Tunable carbon-supported catalyst materials processed by low-pressure plasma treatments of solid precursors
Fabienne Poncin-Eppailard Universite du Maine, Le Mans, France Enhancement of practical adhesion of PEEK surfaces. Influence of the chemical and mechanical anchorings obtained thanks to plasma technologies
Gregor Primc Jožef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia Oxygen plasma technology for superior quality of electro-industry products
Nina Recek Jožef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia Plasma treatment improve biocompatibility of PDMS-graphene composite for medical breast implants
Juergen Roepcke Leibniz Institute for Plasma Science and Technology (INP) Greifswald, Germany On recent progress using infrared absorption techniques for diagnostic and control of process plasmas
Antoine Rousseau École Polytechnique Paris-Saclay University, France Plasma jets for skin repair
Seiji Samukawa Tohoku University, Japan Atomic layer defect-free etching and deposition processes for future sub-10-nm devices
Makoto Sekine University of Nagoya, Japan Synthesis of carbon nanomaterials employing in-liquid plasma
Pavel Souček Masarik University, Brno, Czech Republic Structure, mechanical and tribological properties of hard yet tough W-B-C coatings as a function of their chemical composition
Luc Stafford Universite de Montreal, Canada Recent findings on plasma-induced modification of cellulose-based materials and nanomaterials derived from the wood biomass
Milan Stefanović Medical Diagnostic Centre Bled, Slovenia Use of non-thermal plasma in human oncology
Petr Špatenka Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Czech Republic Thermoplastics composites prepared by rotomolding technology
Francisco L. Tabares CIEMAT, Madrid, Spain OLMAT: A new facility for the investigation of liquid metal targets exposed to fusion reactor plasmas
Koichi Takaki Iwate University, Japan Development of compact pulsed power plasma devices for agriculture and food industry applications
Petr Vašina Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic Study of self-organization in HiPIMS plasma, spoke merging and splitting
Alenka Vesel Jožef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia In-situ surface functionalization of polymer with neutral oxygen atoms
Geun Young Yeom Sungkyunkwan University, Suwon, Korea Polydopamine-like film coating using atmospheric plasma
Gunsu Yun Pohang University of Science and Technology, Korea Energy and particle transports in high-pressure pulsed microwave plasmas
Lenka Zajíčková Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic Influence of energetic conditions on the plasma polymerization of cyclopropylamine in capacitively coupled discharges

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