Visitor: dr. Nikolay Britun from the University of Mons
Dr. Nikolay Britun from the University of Mons in Belgium accepted invitation from dr. Hnilica and visited our research facility within the project INNOLEC II. Four oral presentations were given by Dr. Britun concerning diagnostics of both magnetron and atmospheric plasmas.
Spectroscopy-based techniques for plasma diagnostics and their applications
The time-resolved imaging of the ground state particles in the high-power pulsed magnetron sputtering discharges
The application of plasma diagnostics to understand the greenhouse gas decomposition in microwave plasma
Characterization of the atmospheric plasma sources by laser-based diagnostic techniques