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Materials Science and Engineering Seminar

Date
Fri, Oct 15, 2021 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Location
Room 2110, Chemical and Nuclear Engineering Bldg.

Description

Speaker: Carles Corbella, Professor, Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, George Washington University

Title: Synthesis of Nanomaterials by Atmospheric Arc Plasmas

Abstract: The Micro-Propulsion and Nanotechnology Laboratory at the George Washington University is aimed to expand the understanding of plasma and nanoscale phenomena. The research is based on three plasma-related applications: (1) propulsion by micro-thrusters, (2) plasma medicine to address cell migration and cancer therapy, and (3) plasma-based nanotechnology. After a brief introduction to each line, I will focus on nanotechnology research and the application of atmospheric plasmas to synthesize nanomaterials like graphene, carbon nanotubes, and MoS2 monolayers. The plasma-healing effect of anodic arc discharges and the investigation of pulsed arcs to tailor nanoparticle growth constitute the up-to-date highlights of the research line. The next challenge is the production of advanced nanostructures with tunable electrical and optical properties using arc plasma and other environmentally friendly techniques.

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