HE HONORED LIFE AND SCIENCE.
HE HONORED LIFE AND SCIENCE.
Training School: 2nd-6th February 2014, Ljubljana, Slovenia.
Link to training school website.
Lectures on interdisciplinary physics-chemistry topics, which are relevant for the community of mainly plasma physicists dealing with plasmas inside the liquids or in contact with liquids (electrochemistry, photochemistry, ionic liquids with plasmas, chemical probes for plasma-induced radicals) and the state-of-the-art in the field of plasmas with liquids (interactions, diagnostics, applications) and plasma-initiated water chemistry.
EU COST MP1101 Workshop on Atmospheric Plasma Processes and Sources for Biomedical Applications with special emphasis on Functional Coatings for Biomaterials.
Our oral presentations:
Prof. Pietro Favia from Department of Chemistry – University of Bari visited our laboratories on December 3, 2013.
PLASMAT – Plasma-assisted preparation and modification of molecular and macromolecular materials for biomedical, pharmaceutical and energy applications
The project PLASMAT is funded by Alma Mater Studiorum – Università di Bologna in the framework of the programme “Finanziamento di Ateneo per la Ricerca di Base (FARB) – Linea 2”.
Located at the common frontiers of chemistry, material science and engineering, PLASMAT investigates cold atmospheric pressure non-equilibrium plasma (CAP) interaction with molecular and macromolecular materials in both solid and liquid phase and aims at providing fundamental knowledge for the development and support of a wide range of applications.
The interdisciplinary nature of the project is mirrored by the synergic and complementary structure of the research team: Prof. Vittorio Colombo – group for Industrial Applications of Plasmas; Dr. Maria Letizia Focarete – Polymer Science group; Dr. Davide Fabiani – Electrical Materials group, Prof. Fabrizia Grepioni and Dr. Lucia Maini – Crystal Engineering group.
The 4th International Symposium on Surface and Interface of Biomaterials (ISSIB 2013) has been held in Roma, Italy on September 24-28, 2013.
Go to conference home page.
Our contribution to the conference:
Prof. Bart Follink, chair on Mineral Processing from University of South Australia, visited our laboratories on 14 september 2013.
During ISPC21 in Cairns, Vittorio Colombo has been elected by the Board of Directors of the International Plasma Chemistry Society as its new vice-president starting in January 2014.
The 21st International Symposium on Plasma Chemistry (ISPC21) has been held in Cairns, Australia, from 4 to 9 August 2013.
Our contributions span from modelling of thermal plasma processes for arc welding and nanoparticle synthesis to experimental activities related to new applications of non-thermal plasmas at atmospheric pressure.
Go to IPCS website to download ISPC21 conference proceedings.
Our oral contributions:
Our poster contributions:
Dr. Francesca Cavrini will join the Research Group for Industrial Applications of Plasmas on the 1st of July, 2013.
Francesca is an experienced microbiologist with more than 40 publications on international peer reviewed journals.
She will join the IAP group activities in the field of Plasma Medicine and atmospheric pressure non-equilibrium plasma treatments.
Our contributions to the PPPS2013 conference, San Francisco (CA), USA, 16-21 June 2013: