Plasmas form the basis for a vast range of cutting-edge research across several science and engineering disciplines. Advancements using plasma technologies are being made in areas such as RF electronics, aerospace flow and propulsion control, materials processing and manufacturing, nanotechnology, and biomedical technologies. While the plasma applications may vary significantly, they all share common challenges. This symposium aims to bring together engineers and scientists across a broad range of disciplines to discuss recent work in plasma science and technology, including plasma theory and modeling, plasma generation, experimental studies, and plasma measurements and diagnostics.
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Coherent antistokes Raman scattering diagnostics of plasma in synthesis of graphene-based materials

Robert Lucht, Purdue University, United States
Alfredo Tuesta, Purdue University, United States
Aizaz Bhuiyan, Purdue University, United States
Timothy Fisher, Purdue University, United States

Electron density measurements for plasma adaptive optics

Brian Neiswander, University of Notre Dame, United States
Eric Matlis, University of Notre Dame, United States
Thomas Corke, University of Notre Dame, United States

Field emission-driven microdischarges

Paul Rumbach, Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering
Yingjie Li, Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN 46556, United States
David B. Go, Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN 46556, United States

High frequency tuning mechanism using nanoplasma

Abbas Semnani, Purdue University, United States
Dimitrios Peroulis, Purdue University, United States

In package inactivation of Bacillus atrophaeus spores using high voltage atmospheric cold plasma

Sonal Patil, Purdue, United States
Kevin Keener, Purdue, United States
Tamara Moiseev, Dublin City University, Ireland
JP Mosnier, Dublin City University, Ireland
NN Misra, Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland
PJ Cullen, Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland
Paula Bourke, Dublin Institute of Technology, United States

Microplasma-based RF antennas

Sergey Macheret, Purdue University, United States

Mixing and flameholding in supersonic combustor by electrical discharge

Sergey Leonov, Ohio State University, United States
Igor Adamovich, Ohio State University, United States
Dmitry Yarantsev, JIHT RAS, Russian Federation

Nanosecond pulse discharges for plasma assisted combustion and low-temperature plasma chemistry

Igor Adamovich, Ohio State University, United States

PIC/MCC simulations of field emission driven microdischarges

Siva Sashank Tholeti, Purdue University, United States
Alina Alexeenko, Purdue University, United States