Yearly Archives: 2014

Post-Doctoral position available immediately

One postdoctoral position is open immediately in the Plasma Research Laboratory at Clarkson University. The position is linked to a project funded through the New York State Pollution Prevention Institute to investigate electrical discharge plasma treatment on inactivation of microorganisms in liquid foods. The goal is to optimize and scale-up an energy-efficient plasma reactor that…
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Selma receives funding from NYSP2I

Selma received funding from the New York State Pollution Prevention Institute for studying the effect of liquid plasmas on inactivation of pathogens and spoilage organisms in fruit juices
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Trip to China

Josh, Xiangru, and Selma will be giving talks at the International Symposium on Non-Thermal/Thermal Plasma Pollution Control Technology and Sustainable Energy (ISNTP-9) in Dalian, China this June. The presentations will be posted to Research Gate after the conference.
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Lauren Smales gets National Grid scholarship

Lauren, a ChemE undergraduate who will be joining our lab this summer received the National Grid scholarship for conducting research on electrical discharge plasmas. Congratulations!
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Congratulations Josh

Josh's first paper  Pulsed Electrical Discharges in Water: Can Non-volatile Compounds Diffuse into the Plasma Channel? has just been published!  Here is the link: http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11090-014-9550-4
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Erika’s award

Congratulations to Erika Chin who won an award for the best oral presentation in Environmental Science II at the sixteenth annual SURE conference
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Selma’s Science Cafe talk: Cold Plasmas: A Hot New Technology!

Canton: Tuesday, April 8 Potsdam: Wednesday, April 9 Plasmas, the "4th state of matter," make 99% of visible matter in the Universe and are extremely hot. On Earth, plasmas occur naturally within lightning, the ionosphere, and in the auroras (Northern and Southern Lights).  Plasmas can also be made in a laboratory. You probably heard of…
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