Prof. Colombo, Dr. Matteo Gherardi, Dr. Marco Boselli, Dr. Romolo Laurita and Tommaso Gallingani will partecipate to the 23rd ISPC

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The 23rd International Symposium on Plasma Chemistry will be held in Montreal (Canada) from the 30 July to the 4 August 2017.

Prof. Colombo, Dr. Matteo Gherardi, Dr. Marco Boselli, Dr. Romolo Laurita and Tommaso Gallingani will bring our contribution:
– Cold atmospheric pressure plasma for the deposition of polymeric films and the codeposition of nanocomposite coatings (oral presentation)
Plasma-assisted decontamination of ex vivo human skin tissue (oral presentation)
Copper-based nanostructures synthesis in liquid environment assisted by a non-equilibrium atmospheric plasma jet (oral presentation)
Effect of nanosecond-pulsed dielectric barrier discharge on human T-lymphoblastoid leukemia cells (oral presentation)
3D modelling of a DC transferred arc twin torch plasma system for the synthesis of copper nanoparticles (oral presentation)
Plasma activated water to enhance plant defences (oral presentation)
Non-equilibrium atmospheric pressure plasma for the solid-state crosslinking of water soluble polymers (poster presentation)
Non-equilibrium atmospheric pressure plasma technology for anti-CD 10 antibody immobilization on poly(L-lactic) acid nanofibres (poster and poster pitch presentation)
Numerical investigation of joint impact of thermophoresis and radiative losses in induction plasma synthesis of copper nanoparticles (poster presentation)
Comparison of different quenching solutions for the synthesis of Cu nanoparticles by a RF thermal plasma (poster presentation)

Vittorio Colombo Matteo Gherardi
Romolo Laurita Tommaso Gallingani

INSPIRED project meeting held in Kidlington, Oxford

Photo M30 M-Solv

Group photo from the M30 meeting of the project INSPIRED (INdustrial Scale Production of Innovative nanomateRials for printEd Devices), hosted by M-SOLV and taking place in Kidlington, Oxford from the 27 to the 29 of June 2017.
More information about INSPIRED on the official website.

One of our papers reached more than 500 downloads

cpmThe article “Preliminary investigation of the antibacterial efficacy of a handheld Plasma Gun source for endodontic procedures” by Emanuele Simoncelli, Daniela Barbieri, Romolo Laurita, Anna Liguori, Augusto Stancampiano, Luca Viola, Riccardo Tonini, Matteo Gherardi, Vittorio Colombo, (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cpme.2015.11.001) published in Clinical Plasma Medicine (CPME), has been downloaded 506 times as full-text-PDF since published online in the database Science Direct.

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