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Plenary & Invited Speakers

A special issue in Plasma Chemistry and Plasma Processing is published regularly after every ISPC, highlighting a collection of plenary and invited lectures. It is indeed an important milestone in the activity of ISPC, presenting the most recent progress of plasma chemistry research. Please refer to the previous special issues on the journal home page (https://link.springer.com/journal/11090/volumes-and-issues).
On behalf of all BoD and IOC members, the guest editors of the special issue would like to thank the Plenary and Invited Speakers for their valuable contributions!

Guest editors
Tomohiro Nozaki (Tokyo Institute of Technology),
Takayuki Watanabe (Kyushu University),
Satoshi Hamaguchi (Osaka University)


Plenary Speakers

Thierry Belmonte
Institut Jean Lamour (France)
Discharges in liquids for nano-object synthesis: expectations and capabilities
Toshiro Kaneko
Tohoku University (Japan)
Innovative technology for controlled synthesis of reactive species using gas-liquid interfacial air plasmas and its applications
Vandana Miller
Drexel University (USA)
Plasma Dose for Clinical Applications: New Considerations
Gerard van Rooij
Eindhoven University of Technology (The Netherlands)
From non-equilibrium to thermal plasma opportunities
Sedina Tsikata
National Center for Scientific Research (France)
High-performance laser diagnostics for plasma characterization

Invited Speakers

Peter Awakowicz
Ruhr-University Bochum (Germany)
Topic 12: Plasmas for environmental applications
Efficient gas treatment for various applications with low temperature plasmas
Maria Carreon
University of Massachusetts Lowell (USA)
Topic 9: Plasma-based gas conversion
Designing catalysts for plasma environment: current knowledge and future challenges
Richard Clergereaux
CNRS - LAPLAC (France)
Topic 8: Plasma deposition of functional coatings
Aerosol-assisted plasma processes for (multi)functional thin film deposition
Hiroyuki Fukumizu
Kioxia Co. (Japan)
Topic 7: Plasma processing of nanomaterials and nanostructures
Evaluation of the influence of FC gas structure and composition in high-aspect-ratio SiO2 dry etching
Olivier Guaitella
Ecole polytechnique (France)
Topic 4: Diagnostics in plasma chemistry
Experimental validation of the chemical kinetics of CO2 containing plasmas
Ahmad Hamdan
Université de Montréal (Canada)
Topic 6: Plasma in and in contact with liquids
Discharge at / or near the interface of two immiscible liquids and its application in nanomaterial synthesis
Feng Huang
China Agricultural University (China)
Topic 11: Plasma medicine and agriculture
Application of Artificial Intelligence in Plasma Agriculture
Yuki Inada
Saitama University (Japan)
Topic 2: Fundamentals of thermal plasma
Spatial-Frequency-Resolved Schlieren Method for Structure Measurement of Plasma-Induced Turbulence
Makoto Kambara
Osaka University (Japan)
Topic 7: Plasma processing of nanomaterials and nanostructures
Advances in plasma sprayed silicon nanoparticles for next generation all-solid state Lithium-ion batterie
Cristiane Yumi Koga- Ito
São Paulo State University (Brazil)
Topic 11: Plasma medicine and agriculture
Cold atmospheric plasma as a therapeutic tool in Medicine and Dentistry
Joseph Lefkowitz
Technion - Israel Institute of Technology (Israel)
Topic 10: Plasma-assisted combustion and aerodynamics
Plasma reforming of ammonia for improved combustion performance
Amanda Lietz
North Carolina State University (USA)
Topic5: Modelling in plasma processing
Computational Modeling of Processing Plasmas: Instabilities and Fluorocarbon Chemistry
Yong-Xin Liu
Dalian University of Technology (China)
Topic 1: Fundamentals of low pressure plasma
Ignition physics of a capacitively coupled RF discharge
Lucia Daniela Pietanza
Istituto per la Scienza e Tecnologia dei Plasmi (Italy)
Topic 12: Plasmas for environmental applications
Self-consistent kinetic modeling of CO2 cold plasmas
Koichi Sasaki
Hokkaido University (Japan)
Topic 4: Diagnostics in plasma chemistry
Redox reactions on surface of water jet injected into low-pressure plasma
Julian Schulze
Ruhr-University Bochum (Germany)
Topic 3: Fundamentals of atmospheric non-equilibrium plasma
Control of electron heating and plasma chemistry in atmospheric pressure radio frequency plasma jets
Ana Sobota
Eindhoven University of Technology (The Netherlands)
Topic 3: Fundamentals of atmospheric non-equilibrium plasma
The interaction of non-thermal atmospheric pressure plasma with substrates
Augusto Stancampiano
GREMI-CNRS (France)
Topic 3: Fundamentals of atmospheric non-equilibrium plasma
Plasma treated water spray: reactors and RONS production
Endre Szili
University of South Australia (Australia)
Topic 11: Plasma medicine and agriculture
Nozomi Takeuchi
Tokyo Institute of Technology (Japan)
Topic 6: Plasma in and in contact with liquids
Development and perspective of plasma-based water treatment technologies for the decomposition of persistent organic compounds
Selma Mededovic Thagard
Clarkson University (USA)
Topic 12: Plasmas for environmental applications
The importance of transport phenomena in the design of gas-liquid electrical discharge plasma reactors
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