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Nominations for the election of new members of the Board of Directors of the International Plasma Chemistry Society-IPCS

Dear Colleague,

as a participant of ISPC 22 in Antwerp, you became automatically a member of the International Plasma Chemistry Society-IPCS (http://www.ispc-conference.org/index.php/ipcs). According to our bylaws, you are eligible to make nominations for the Board of Directors (BoD) of the International Plasma Chemistry Society. Candidates will be elected by ballot at ISPC 23 in Montreal (http://ispc23.com/).

The present composition of the BoD and its duties can be found at http://www.ispc-conference.org/index.php/ipcs/board-of-directors.

We are seeking new candidates for the following regions: Europe & Middle East (5-five), Americas (1-one), Africa & Asia & Oceania (1-one).

Please send your nomination before 15 July 2017 to the current IPCS president, Vittorio Colombo (vittorio.colombo@unibo.it), with IPCS vice-president, Tony Murphy (tony.murphy@csiro.au) in CC.

With best regards,

Vittorio Colombo

Tony Murphy

Nominations for the election of Fellows of the International Plasma Chemistry Society-IPCS

Dear Colleague,

as a participant of ISPC 22 in Antwerp, you became automatically a member of the International Plasma Chemistry Society-IPCS (http://www.ispc-conference.org/index.php/ipcs). According to our bylaws, you are eligible to make nominations for Fellows of the International Plasma Chemistry Society.

The title of Fellow of IPCS recognizes unusual distinction in the profession and shall be conferred by the BoD upon a person with an extraordinary record of accomplishments in the field of Plasma Chemistry.  The IPCS aims at awarding the title of Fellow of IPCS to no more than three percent of its active members.

Fellows should have accomplishments that have significantly contributed to the field of Plasma Chemistry, should have been a member of IPCS for at least 10 years (i.e. attended 5 ISPCs, not necessarily consecutively), or may have a record of significant service to IPCS.

According to our policies, nominations consist of a laudatio and the support letters of two fellows.

Fellows will be selected from these candidates by the Board of Directors at ISPC 23 in Montreal (http://ispc23.com/).

The present list of fellows can be found at:

 http://www.ispc-conference.org/index.php/ipcs/fellows


Please send your nomination before 15 July 2017 to the current IPCS president, Vittorio Colombo (vittorio.colombo@unibo.it), with IPCS vice-president, Tony Murphy (tony.murphy@csiro.au) in CC.

With best regards,

Vittorio Colombo

Tony Murphy

Prof. Mark Kushner receives the PCA 2017

Professor Kushner has worked on nearly all aspects of non-equilibrium plasmas. He has been strongly involved in
the plasma community and has been leading many innovations in modeling. His earlier work has become a standard in the
field. During the last decades, he has been continuously leading the modeling field towards new application areas in
plasma chemistry. His modeling work on plasmas in bubbles, plasma-tissue interaction, plasma jets, plasma etching,
surface modification and non-equilibrium chemistry for plasma based environmental remediation had significant
impact on the field of plasma chemistry and strongly contributed to the advancement of the field.

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