|Prof. David Graves started at University of California Berkeley (mid-1980s)
Developed fluid, kinetic and hybrid models of low-pressure plasmas + experiments/modeling of plasma-surface interactions
Broad range of topics :
Micro-electronics, plasma-polymer interactions, Plasma medicine, plasma-liquid interactions, agriculture,...
Many leadership roles in plasma chemistry community, incl.
member of IPCS BoD (2011-2019),
founding member of Plasma Medicine Society (2009)
Moved in 2020 to Princeton Plasma Physics Lab and Princeton University: Building a new program in low-temperature plasmas
Prof. Dr. David Graves
Princeton University, USA
|Prof. Mounir Laroussi received his PhD in Electrical Engineering from University of Tennessee, Knoxville (USA).
He now holds a professor position at Electrical & Computer Engineering Department of Old Dominion University (ODU), Norfolk, Virginia.
His research interests : physics of non-equilibrium gas discharges + biomedical applications of low temperature plasmas
His main contributions :
microwave-plasma interactions, plasma diagnostics, understanding of ignition and propagation of plasma jets elucidating the physical and biochemical mechanisms of plasma interacting with biological cells
|Prof. Dr. Mounir Laroussi
Old Dominion University, USA