Plasma diagnostics and modelling

Research group at Department of Physical Electronics MU

Our activities are focused on fundamental problems in physics and chemistry of discharges and plasmas in gaseous and liquid matter environments. Determination of basic plasma parameters as of electric field, electron related parameters (electron distribution function, electron temperature, density) or of densities of important plasma species and their mutual interaction on extremely small spatial and temporal scales is studied experimentally using advanced spectroscopic and electrical methods. Experimental activities are supported by analytical models and computer simulations. Numerical modelling brings a deep insight into gas discharge physics and underlying plasma phenomena and, also provides a possibility of ‘numerical experiments’ in conditions that are either very hostile or even often out of reach for conventional experimental methods. Based on the profound expertise in the plasma physics the group cooperates with multiple international research institutions and partners from industry.

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