Participation of PPMS at

Biblioteca Nationala Bucuresti
19 mai 2018

Kick-off meeting within the pale of TexEMFiRe project
National Library of Physics
16 aprilie 2018

Premiul Academiei Romane "DRAGOMIR HURMUZESCU"acordat lui Gheorghe Dinescu, Sorin Ionuţ Vizireanu, Bogdana-Maria Mitu pentru grupul de lucrări: Contribuţii la sinteza şi caracterizarea structurilor grafenice tip pereţi nanometrici de carbon

XXX International Conference on Phenomena in Ionized Gases (ICPIG 2011)
Belfast, Northern Ireland, August 28 – September 2, 2011


Welcome to the presentation website of the

Plasma Processes, Materials and Surfaces Group
from the

National Institute for Laser, Plasma and Radiation Physics
of Bucharest, Romania!



Main objectives:

Fundamental and applicative research on gas discharges and plasma processes;

Process development for new materials, functional surfaces and thin films;

Plasma sources and devices for utilization in engineering, nanotechnology, environment, biology and medicine.


Reasearch topics:

1. Plasma Sources

- atmospheric pressure sources: non-thermal (cold) plasma jets (plasma torch, planar and axial DBD jets)

- low pressure sources: radiofrequency expanding plasma jets, Magnetron Sputtering Discharges (MS), sources for PECVD processing, Inside-Gap Plasma Generators


2. Plasma Synthesis and Treatment of Nanomaterials

- carbon nanowalls (CNW), carbon nanofibers (CNF)

- nanoparticles (carbon, tungsten, iron)

- powder treatment in fluidizing reactors


3. Plasma Processing: Materials and Fusion Technology

- process development: magnetron sputtering deposition, PECVD deposition, combined deposition MS/PECVD

- wall cleaning and thin film deposition (carbon, plasma polymers, metal/carbon composites)

- surface modification at low and atmospheric pressure (polymers, nuclear track membranes, semiconductors)

- plasmas in liquids for chemical decomposition, particles synthesis, biological decontamination


4. Processes in Plasma and their Diagnostics

- Optical Emission Spectroscopy, Mass Spectrometry, Electrical probes application during deposition, cleaning, surface modification



Plasma Processes, Materials and Surfaces Group