Research Stays

Lab visit

Visit to the GREMI (Université d‘Orléans, France)

Sylvain Iseni, Volker Schulz-von der Gathen and Simon Kreuznacht laser safe at the experiment

From 18. to 28.02.2019 Simon Kreuznacht and Dr. Volker Schulz-von der Gathen visited Dr. Sylvain Iseni within the long term cooperation with the group of Remi Dussart at the GREMI – a CNRS instute located at the University of Orléans. During that stay they prepared a laser diagnostic measurment of the gas temperature very close to the surface of a DC driven micro-cavity discharge array.

Uppsala

09.10.2017 - Carles Corbella visiting Uppsala

Between 14th and 18th August, Dr. Carles Corbella (Experimentalphysik II, RUB) and Dr. Sabine Portal (Angewandte Festkörperphysik, RUB) visited Dr. Asim Aijaz and Dr. Tomas Kubart at the Ångström Laboratory of the Uppsala University, Sweden. The tasks, which were performed within the framework of the special research unit SFB-TR87, consisted in studying the deposition of diamond-like carbon films by means of high-power impulse magnetron sputtering.

St. Gallen

24.05.2017 - Carles Corbella in St. Gallen

Carles Corbella (EP2) performed a short stay (15.-19.05.17) at the EMPA in St. Gallen, Switzerland, where he investigated the deposition of barrier coatings on polymers using large plasma chambers. The visit was part of the activities of the SFB-TR 87. In front of a roll-to-roll coater, from left to right: Ezgi, Dirk, Barbara, and Carles.

 

 

 

 

Orléans

20.06.2016 - VOLKER SCHULZ-VON DER GATHEN AM GREMI

2016-06-17 Volker Schulz-von der Gathen am GREMI

Vom 16. bis zum 22. Juni ist Dr. Volker Schulz-von der Gathen zu Gast bei Rémi Dussart und Larry Overzet am GREMI (Groupe de Recherches sur l'Energétique des Milieux Ionisés) in Orléans, Frankreich.

 

 

Paris

13.04.2016 - JUDITH GOLDA AM LPP PARIS

Vom 11.-15. April 2016 ist Doktorandin Judith Golda (Experimentalphysik II) zu Gast bei Jean-Paul Booth und Daniil Marinov am Laboratoire de Physique des Plasmas (LPP) Paris, Frankreich. In Kollaboration mit dem Laboratoire Aimé Cotton (LAC) werden hochauflösende TALIF-Messungen an atomarem Sauerstoff zur Bestimmung der Temperatur in einem Atmosphärendruck-Plasmajet durchgeführt.