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The Research Department “Plasmas with Complex Interactions” explores currently unknown scientific areas which are characterised by the complex interactions of plasmas with the media into which they are embedded and by their interactions with the bounding structures and materials, respectively. The Research Department carries plasma techniques and methods well beyond their traditional limits by exploring the interfaces to solid state physics, materials science, chemistry, biology and astronomy. The RD has five sections:

  • Low Temperature Plasmas and Microplasmas
  • High Energy Plasma and Astrophysics
  • Weakly Magnetized Technological Plasmas
  • Modelling, Theory and Computational Plasma Physics
  • Plasma Interaction with Biological Systems

More detailed information can be found at Research Profile.
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Guest: Kateřina Herynková

14.11.2016:

Kateřina Herynková vom Department of Thin Films and Nanostructures, Institute of Physics, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Prague, Czech Republic ist zu Gast bei Jun.-Prof. Dr. Jan Benedikt und hält am 15.11.2016 um 9:15 Uhr einen Vortrag über "Luminescing silicon nanoparticles for optoelectronic and biological applications" (NB 5/158). Interessierte sind herzlich willkommen!

Department of Thin Films and Nanostructures


 

Jun.-Prof. Dr. Katharina Stapelmann: "Plasma - die neue Allzweckwaffe in der Medizin"

Alles Plasma Katharina Stapelmann
01.11.2016:

Im Rahmen der Vortragsreihe "Alles Plasma!" wird Jun.-Prof. Dr. Katharina Stapelmann am 1.12.2016 einen Vortrag über "Plasma – die neue Allzweckwaffe in der Medizin?" halten. Der Vortrag findet in der Etage 1 im BlueSquare ab 18:00 Uhr statt.

Alles Plasma: Plasma - die neue Allzweckwaffe in der Medizin?


 

Guest: Prof. Dr. Yi-Kang Pu

22.08.2016:

Vom 3. Oktober bis zum 17. Dezember 2016 kommt Prof. Dr. Yi-Kang Pu vom Department of Engineering Physics der Tsinghua University, China, zu Prof. Dr. Uwe Czarnetzki, Lehrstuhl für Experimentalphysik V. Er hält am 4.11. ab 9:30 Uhr einen Vortrag über "Electron behavior in early afterglow of low pressure capacitive argon discharges" (Raum: NABF 05/694).

Yi-Kang Pu