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Request for Nominations for the Plasma Chemistry Award

(May 2015)

The International Plasma Chemistry Society requests nominations for the Plasma Chemistry Award. The Plasma Chemistry Award (PCA) is the highest recognition awarded by the International Plasma Chemistry Society (IPCS) for lifetime achievements in the field of the Plasma Chemistry.

If you are a member of the IPCS (= attendee of past ISPC conferences) your are eligible to nominate. Nominations need to contain a nomination letter describing lifetime achievments and a complete CV. Please send your nominations to the current IPCS president Achim von Keudell ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ) with IPCS vice-president Vittorio Colombo ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ) in CC.

Previous recipients of the Plasma Chemistry Award can be found here.


Invited Paper ISPC 21

The invited paper of IPSC 21 are published in Plasma Chemistry and Plasma Processing 


 Editorial: Anthony B. Murphy Pages 361-362

Plasma Processing and Polymers: A Personal Perspective
Michael R. Wertheimer Pages 363-376

Plasma Processing Based Synthesis of Functional Nanocarbons
Rikizo Hatakeyama, Toshiaki Kato, Yongfeng Li… Pages 377-402

A Model of Plasma-Biofilm and Plasma-Tissue Interactions at Ambient Pressure
C. Chen, D. X. Liu, Z. C. Liu, A. J. Yang… Pages 403-441

Investigation of Electrode Phenomena in an Innovative Thermal Plasma Process for Glass Melting
Takayuki Watanabe, Yaping Liu, Manabu Tanaka Pages 443-456

Measurement of Reactive Hydroxyl Radical Species Inside the Biosolutions During Non-thermal Atmospheric Pressure Plasma Jet Bombardment onto the Solution
Yong Hee Kim, Young June Hong, Ku Youn Baik… Pages 457-472

Aerosol-Assisted Atmospheric Pressure Cold Plasma Deposition of Organic–Inorganic Nanocomposite Coatings
Fiorenza Fanelli, Francesco Fracassi Pages 473-487

Numerical Modeling of an RF Argon–Silane Plasma with Dust Particle Nucleation and Growth Pulkit Agarwal, Steven L. Girshick Pages 489-503

Two-Dimensional Geometry Control of Graphene Nanoflakes Produced by Thermal Plasma for Catalyst Applications
J.-L. Meunier, N.-Y. Mendoza-Gonzalez… Pages 505-521

Three-Dimensionally Integrated Micro-solution Plasma: Numerical Feasibility Study and Practical Applications
Tatsuru Shirafuji, Ayano Nomura, Yuta Himeno Pages 523-534

Self-Assembly in Silane/Hydrogen Plasmas: from Silicon Atoms to Aromatic Silicon Nanocrystals
Nancy C. Forero-Martinez, Ha-Linh Thi Le… Pages 535-543

Nanoengineered Plasma Polymer Films for Biomaterial Applications
Krasimir Vasilev Pages 545-558

Two-Temperature Chemical-Nonequilibrium Modelling of a High-Velocity Argon Plasma Flow in a Low-Power Arcjet Thruster
Hai-Xing Wang, Wei-Ping Sun, Su-Rong Sun… Pages 559-577

Fundamentals and Environmental Applications of Non-thermal Plasmas: Multi-pollutants Emission Control from Coal-Fired Flue Gas
Shuran Li, Yifan Huang, Feifei Wang, Ji Liu… Pages 579-603

OH Dynamics in a Nanosecond Pulsed Plasma Filament in Atmospheric Pressure He–H2O upon the Addition of O2
T. Verreycken, P. J. Bruggeman Pages 605-619

Plasma Bromination of Graphene for Covalent Bonding of Organic Molecules
Jörg F. Friedrich, Gundula Hidde, Andreas Lippitz… Pages 621-645

Enhanced Thrust Due to Ion–Neutral Collisions for Electric Propulsion
Amnon Fruchtman Pages 647-660

Nucleophilic Derivatization of Polyethylene Surfaces Treated in Ambient-Pressure N2–H2 DBD Post Discharges
Zohreh Khosravi, Claus-Peter Klages Pages 661-669

Effect of Nanoparticles on Discharge Plasma and First Steps of Their Formation
I. V. Schweigert, A. L. Alexandrov, D. A. Ariskin Pages 671-702