FACULTY OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
JUN. PROF. DR. ANDREW R. GIBSON, FACULTY FOR ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
Research in the group is focused on the use of plasma-driven chemistry to enable novel technologies in the areas of biomedicine and sustainable chemical processing. To do this, methods to characterise and control the non-linear chemical processes in plasma sources are developed. Strong emphasis is placed on a combination of compu-tational and experimental measurements to obtain detailed insights into chemical pathways and enable comput-er-aided design of plasma sources for each application. The research programme includes; method development e.g. the construction of simulation frameworks , chemical reaction mechanisms and experimental protocols for reactive species measurement, such as absorption spectroscopy. These methods subsequently applied to under-stand the interaction of plasmas with application targets in the context of plasma-based disinfection processes, plasmas-based cancer therapy and chemical conversion in gases and liquids.
Keywords: plasma chemistry, biomedicine, sustainable chemical processing, disinfection, cancer therapy
Webpage: Biomedical applied plasma technology