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Callegari,
Thierry 
Generation, annihilation
and motion of selforganized filaments in dielectric barrier discharges 
TL6 
Calzada, Dolores 
Hydrogen production from ethanol decomposition by a surface wave discharge
at atmospheric pressure 
WS1.4 
Argon plasmas
produced by a microwave (2.45 GHz) TIAGO torch as function of gas flow and
microwave input power 
P2.10.2 
Canacsinh, Hiren 
Influence of the voltage waveform of a DBD discharge on the conversion of
CH4 and CO2 
P2.3.10 
Capitelli, Mario 
50 Years of NonEquilibrium Kinetics in Laser Physics, Geophysics and
Plasma Chemistry: a Tribute to Boris Gordiets 
WS1.1 
Hybrid model of parallel
plate RF discharges in H2: effect of DC and tailored voltage Waveforms 
P1.6.5 
Electronimpact
excitation cross sections for air kinetics 
WS2.2 
Caquineau, Hubert 
Numerical modelling of an atmosperic pressure plasma reactor using control
volume methods and unstructured grids 
P1.6.2 
Carbone, Emile A. D. 
Approaching the edges of a surfatron microwave plasma by Thomson
scattering 
P1.5.14 
Effect of the driving
frequency on an atmospheric pressure RF capacitively coupled plasma in Argon 
P3.6.9 
Discrepancies between
different electron Temperature diagnostics: probing the Electron Energy
Distribution Function 
P3.5.12 
Unravelling in situ
atomic and molecular kinetics by LCIF and Thomson scattering 
P3.1.6 
Cardinaud, Christophe 
Kinetics of H atoms in pulsed CH4 – H2 plasmas. 
P2.5.13 
Carette, Michele 
Investigation of plasma surface interactions in pulsed O2/TTIP low
pressure ICP plasma by time resolved optical emission spectroscopy 
P2.4.10 
Carrasco, Esther 
Time resolved diagnostics and kinetic modeling of the ignition transient
of a H2+10%N2 square wave modulated hollow cathode discharge 
P1.1.7 
Energy distributions of neutrals and ions in H2/D2 hollow cathode
discharges 
P1.1.3 
Carrasco, Nathalie 
Mimicking Titan’s upper atmosphere reactivity with a RFcapacitively
coupled N2CH4 plasma 
P1.8.1 
On the infuence of CO on a dusty N2CH4 CCP RF discharge 
P1.7.1 
Experimental
characterization of capacitively coupled radiofrequency discharges in N2CH4 
P1.7.5 
Optical properties of organic material produced in a dusty plasma 
P1.7.4 
RF capacitively coupled plasmas in N2H2
mixtures 
P1.5.10 
Carrere, Marcel 
Negativeion surface production in hydrogen plasma: production mechanisms
on different carbon surfaces 
P2.4.8 
Cartry, Gilles 
Negativeion surface production in hydrogen plasma: production mechanisms
on different carbon surfaces 
P2.4.8 
Castellanos, Antonio 
Multispecies simulation of Trichel pulses in oxygen 
P3.6.8 
Experimental study
of positive corona discharge in mixtures of CO2 and N2 
P3.10.6 
Cecile, Arnas 
Tungsten nanoparticle formation in plasma discharges 
P1.6.1 
Celiberto, Roberto 
Electronmolecule collision processes in nonequilibrium molecular plasmas 
GL3 
Resonant vibration excitation cross sections and rate coefficients for
electron–CO and CO2 scattering 
P1.1.4 
Čerček, Milan 
Langmuir Probe Evaluation of the Negative Ion Density in Oxygen Gas
Discharge Magnetized Plasma 
P1.5.16 
Ceretta, Claudio 
Characterization of nonthermal atmospheric plasmas applied for the
degradation of organic pollutants in air and in water with Optical Emission
Spectroscopy (OES) 
P2.3.9 
Ceriani, Elisa 
Characterization of nonthermal atmospheric plasmas applied for the
degradation of organic pollutants in air and in water with Optical Emission
Spectroscopy (OES) 
P2.3.9 
Cernogora, Guy 
Mimicking Titan’s upper atmosphere reactivity with a RFcapacitively
coupled N2CH4 plasma 
P1.8.1 
On the infuence of CO on a dusty N2CH4 CCP RF discharge 
P1.7.1 
Experimental
characterization of capacitively coupled radiofrequency discharges in N2CH4 
P1.7.5 
Optical properties of organic material produced in a dusty plasma 
P1.7.4 
Chabert, Pascal 
Space charge neutralisation of continuous dual ion beams 
P2.8.10 
Gas temperature and electron density measurements in Ar and ArCl2 ICP
discharges 
P1.5.4 
Evolution of electron
temperature and negative ion density through a magnetic barrier 
P3.5.10 
Onedimensional
ParticleInCell simulations of the sheath dynamic in ionion plasmas 
P2.6.11 
Chaker, Mohamed 
Absorption spectroscopy measuremente of argon metastable and resonant
atomic densities in a low pressure Ar/N2 ICP 
P1.5.3 
Chalenski, David 
Magneto RayleighTaylor Instability in Dense Plasmas 
P1.10.2 
Chapon, Patrick 
The afterglow plasma of pulsed hollow cathode discharge  a high density
metastable source 
P2.5.7 
Chaudhury, Bhaskar 
Currents through a magnetic filter in a low temperature plasma 
P2.6.8 
ParticleInCell Monte
Carlo Collision model on GPU (Graphics Processing Units)  Application to a
low temperature magnetized plasma 
P2.6.7 
Chekour, Samir 
Dust grains trapping in magnetized electrostatic sheath 
P1.4.7 
Chen, WenCong 
Spatiallyresolved measurement of electron density in a microwaveexcited
Ar/Kr splitring resonator microplasma 
P2.5.3 
Chernyak, Valeriy 
Plasma Assisted Combustion of Paraffin Mixture 
P3.10.4 
Influence of the
discharge current and gas flow rate on the nonequilibrium level of plasma of
the transverse arc in air at atmospheric pressure 
P3.11.10 
Plasma reforming
of ethanol/water mixture in the plasmaliquid system with reverse vortex
air/CO2 flow of “tornado” type with liquid electrode 
P3.10.5 
Chicheportiche, Alexandre 
Integral cross sections of He+/He and He2+/He interaction systems for
optimization of low temperature plasma sources for biomedical uses 
P2.1.8 
Chinnov, Valeri 
Determining electron temperature and density in RF plasma torches 
P3.5.1 
Chiper, Alina Silvia 
Trapped gasinduced effects under pulsed DBD dynamics 
P3.10.8 
Chyhin, Vasyl 
Physical mechanisms of negative corona complicated current pulsation 
P1.4.1 
Cirisan, Mihaela 
Plasma drift in a lowpressure magnetized RF discharge 
P1.2.3 
Claustre, Jonathan 
Currents through a magnetic filter in a low temperature plasma 
P2.6.8 
ParticleInCell Monte
Carlo Collision model on GPU (Graphics Processing Units)  Application to a
low temperature magnetized plasma 
P2.6.7 
Clergereaux, Richard 
Organization of dielectric barrier discharges in the presence of
structurallyinhomogeneous wood substrates 
P2.7.7 
Clevis, Thijs 
Slow decay of radiation after a pulsed streamer discharge in pure nitrogen 
P3.1.7 
Clément, Franck 
Spectroscopic study of atmospheric pressure plasma jets generated with DBD
in gas mixtures of He – Ar – N2 
P2.5.19 
Coche, Philippe 
A particle test MonteCarlo model to understand electronwave interactions
in a Hall Effect Thruster 
P2.6.12 
Colina Delacqua, Ligia 
Design and qualification of a low pressure / high density ECR dipolar
plasma reactor used for synthesis of mixed material dust 
P2.8.5 
Selfconsistent Modeling of Particle Growth in DC dusty Discharge 
P1.6.1 
Colonna, Gianpiero 
Electronimpact excitation cross sections for air kinetics 
WS2.2 
Coppins, Michael 
The Bohm criterion for flowing plasmas 
P1.4.10 
Corbella, Carles 
Probing adsorption and reactivity of nitrogen atoms on silica surface
under plasma exposure 
P3.4.11 
Corsi, Leopoldo 
Sustainable finishing of wollen fabrics by means of plasma treatment 
P1.4.8 
Cox, Laura 
Cold atmospheric pressure plasma jets as sources of reactive oxygen
species for biomedical applications 
TL5 
Creatore, M. 
Plasmaassisted CO2 processing for energy storage 
W1.6 
Cruceño, Javier 
Measure of the Ar(1sy) state densities by OES in ArN2 discharges 
P2.1.16 
C. Da Cruz, Nilson 
Plasma Surface Treatment of Commercial Polymers for use in Food
Packaging 
P2.4.12 
Surface Treatment of
Commercial Polymers for Food Packaging by Plasma Immersion Ion Implantation 
P2.4.13 
Cuynet,
Stéphane 
Plasma drift in a lowpressure magnetized RF discharge 
P1.2.3 
Cvelbar, Uroš 
Plasma reshaping carbon: The role of plasma species in surface
interactions with carbon 
HT2 
Spatial profiles of
atomic oxygen concentrations in a large scale CCP reactor 
P2.5.22 
Cvetanovic, Nikola 
Detection of energetic hydrogen atoms in a pulse glow discharge 
P2.5.2 
Czarnetzki, Uwe 
Development of dust particle manipulation method in capacitively coupled
plasmas via the Electrical Asymmetry Effect 
P2.7.5 
The influence of field reversals on the DC self bias in capacitive
RFdischarges 
P1.6.3 
Capacitive H2 and H2 SiH4
plasmas driven by electrically asymmetric voltage waveforms 
P2.8.1 
Coupling effects in inductive discharges with RF substrate biasing 
P1.9.8 
Czaus, Krzysztof 
Energy, Mass and TimeResolved Measurements of Fast Ions Emitted from
Plasma Discharges 
P1.5.5 
Interaction of Intense Pulsed Plasma Streams with CFC Targets 
P1.4.6 
Studies of DeuteriumPlasma
Interaction with a Tungsten Target at Different Energy Fluxes 
P1.4.5 


