PROGRAMME OF THE HAKONE VIII

Sunday, July 21

13:00 – 20:00

Registration at the Pühajärve Hotel

 20:00

Welcome party (hotel restaurant)

Monday, July 22

7:30 – 9:00

Breakfast

9:00 – 9:30

Opening Ceremony (conference center of the Pühajärve Hotel)

Oral session 1: Topic 1

9:30 – 9:50

L1.1

G. Jouve, A. Goldman, M. Goldman and C. Severac

Electrochemical phenomena at the plane electrodes of point-to-plane air corona gaps operated in glow regimes

9:50 – 10:10

L1.2

Yu.S. Akishev, A.V. Demyanov, V.B. Karal’nik, A.E. Monich and N.I. Trushkin

AC barrier pin-plane corona: similarities and distinctions to DC positive and negative coronas and dielectric barrier discharge

10:10 – 10:30

L1.3

H.-E. Wagner, K.V. Kozlov, R. Brandenburg and P. Michel

Experimental study of repetitive electrical breakdown in the barrier discharge in air

10:30 – 10:50

Coffee break

Oral session 2: Topic 1

10:50 – 11:10

L1.4

P. Tardiveau and E. Marode

Effects of dielectric droplets on point-to-plane discharge dynamics and spark formation

11:10 – 11:30

L1.5

N. Gherardi, E. Croquesel, N. Naudé, P. Veis and F. Massines

Two different origins for the destabilization of a glow dielectric barrier discharge in nitrogen

11:30 – 11:50

L1.6

R. Brandenburg, K.V. Kozlov, N. Gherardi, P. Michel, C. Khampan, H.‑E. Wagner and F. Massines

Spatio-temporally resolved spectroscopic diagnostics of the atmospheric pressure glow discharge in nitrogen

11:50 – 12:10

L1.7

E.M. van Veldhuizen, W.R. Rutgers and U. Ebert

Positive and negative pulsed corona in argon

12:10 – 12:30

L1.8

Y.-H. Kim, W.S. Kang, S.H. Hong and Y.-H. Song

Comparative study of pulsed corona and dielectric barrier discharges using single-streamer modeling and NO decomposition experiment

12:30 – 13:30

Lunch

15:00 – 16:30

Poster session 1: Topics 1 & 7

P1.1

Yu.B. Golubovskii, V.A. Maiorov, J. Behnke and J.F. Behnke

Influence of elementary processes over an homogeneous barrier discharge in helium

P1.2

Yu.B. Golubovskii, V.A. Maiorov, J. Behnke and J.F. Behnke.

Townsend and glow modes of an homogeneous barrier discharge in helium


P1.3

A. Ignatkov, A. Schwabedissen, G.F. Leu and J. Engemann

Studies of the atmospheric pressure jet matrix plasma source: electrical properties and discharge stability

P1.4

D. Trunec, R. Brandenburg, P. Michel, D. Pasedag, H.-E. Wagner and Z. Navratil

Spatio-temporally resolved emission spectroscopy of the atmospheric pressure glow discharge in neon

P1.5

P. Slavíček, A. Brablec, M. Klíma , V. Kapička, J.F. Behnke and M. Šícha

Comparison of the barrier - torch discharge and torch discharge at atmospheric pressure

P1.6

N.B. Anikin, N.K. Bibinov, M. Šira and K. Wiesemann

Silent discharges in helium and helium – nitrogen mixtures

P1.7

J. Mizeraczyk, J. Podliński, M. Dors, M. Kocik, T. Ohkubo, S. Kanazawa and J.S. Chang

Electrohydrodynamic transport of ozone in a corona radical shower non-thermal plasma reactor

P1.8

T. Plank, M. Aints and A. Haljaste

Initiation probability of burst pulses

P1.9

Yu.I. Chutov, W.J. Goedheer, O.Yu. Kravchenko, O.A. Lavrov, T.E. Lisitchenko and G.I. Protas

Dusty RF discharges

P1.10

M.S. Baranchuk, T.E. Lisitchenko and M.M. Okholin

Statistical properties of electric breakdowns between glass surfaces in inert gases and their mixtures

P7.1

S. Guimond, I. Radu, G. Czeremuszkin and M.R. Wertheimer

Modification of polyolefins in nitrogen atmospheric pressure glow discharges

P7.2

P. Paris, M. Laan and H. Valtna

Laser ablation and aerosol particles

P7.3

J.F. Behnke, H. Steffen, A. Sonnenfeld, R. Foest, V. Lebedev and R. Hippler

Surface modification of aluminium by dielectric barrier discharges under atmospheric pressure

P7.4

Z. Rzanek-Boroch, K. Schmidt-Szałowski, J. Janowska, K. Dudziński, A. Szymańska and M. Misiak

Thin films obtained by PE-CVD method from hexamethyldisiloxane under atmospheric pressure

P7.5

T. Opalinska, B. Ulejczyk, L. Karpiński and K. Schmidt-Szałowski

Deposition of thin films on polycarbonates by pulse dielectric barrier discharge

P7.6

P. Sťahel, J. Janča and D.P. Subedi

Surface modification of non-fabricated polypropylene textile in low-temperature plasma at atmospheric pressure

P7.7

S. Ono, S. Teii and S. Takayama

Surface treatment of plastic film by using an atmospheric pressure corona torch

P7.8

K. Tanaka and M. Kogoma

Deposition of multi-layer films of hexafluoropropene - ethylene composite polymer with jet-type plasma reactor at atmospheric pressure

P7.9

A. Goodwin, T. Herbert, S. Leadley and F. Swallow

Atmospheric pressure liquid deposition – a new route to high performance coatings

16:30 – 16:50

Coffee break

 

 

Oral session 3: Topics 1 & 7

16:50 – 17:10

L1.9

M.V. Kozlov, M.V. Sokolova, A.G. Temnikov, V.V. Timatkov and I.P. Vereshchagin

Surface discharge characteristics for different types of applied voltage and different dielectric materials

17:10 – 17:30

L7.1

O. Goossens, D. Vangeneugden, S. Paulussen and E. Dekempeneer

Physical and chemical properties of atmospheric pressure plasma polymer films

17:30 – 17:50

L7.2

C. Penache, S. Datta, S. Mukhopadhyay, A. Bräuning-Demian, P. Joshi, O. Hohn, S. Schössler, T. Jahnke and H. Schmidt-Böcking

Large area surface modification induced by parallel operated MSE sustained glow discharges

17:50 – 18:10

L7.3

S. Vladimirov and K. Ostrikov

Nano- and micro-particles in low-temperature plasmas: occurrence, dynamic processes, and applications

18:30– 19:30

Evening meal (hotel restaurant)

Tuesday, July 23

7:30 – 8.30

Breakfast

Oral session 4: Topic 2

8:30 – 8:50

L2.1

Yu.S. Akishev, I.V. Kochetov, A.I. Loboiko and A.P. Napartovich

3-dimensional model for Trichel pulses: results of numerical studies for air

8:50 – 9:10

L2.2

J.M. Park, Y.-H. Kim and S.H. Hong

Three-dimensional numerical simulations on the streamer propagation characteristics of pulsed corona discharge in a wire-cylinder reactor

9:10 – 9:30

L2.3

W.S. Kang, Y.-H. Kim, S.H. Hong and Y.-H. Song

Numerical modeling on recurrence of microdischarges in dielectric barrier discharge

9:30 – 9:50

L2.4

K.V. Kozlov, N.S. Boksha, A.M. Morozov and V.G. Samoilovich

Plasma diagnostics by cross-correlation spectroscopy in investigations of chemical activity of negative corona in air at atmospheric pressure

9:50 – 10:10

Coffee break

 

Oral session 5: Topics 2 & 4

10:10 – 10:30

L2.5

A. Fateev, I.P. Vinogradov and A. Lunk

Dynamics of the gas temperature in dielectric barrier discharge in He/N2 mixtures

10:30 – 10:50

L2.6

I. Radu, R. Bartnikas, G. Czeremuszkin and M.R. Wertheimer

Diagnostics of dielectric barrier discharges at atmospheric pressure in noble gases

10:50 – 11:10

L6.2

D. Moussa, H. Vitrac, B.G. Chéron, E. Hnatiuc, A. Addou and J.L. Brisset

Acidity control of the oxidation reactions induced by non-thermal plasma treatment of aqueous effluents in pollutant abatement processes

11:10 – 11:30

L4.1

S. Kaneda, M. Shimosaki, N. Hayashi, S. Ihara, S. Satoh and C. Yamabe

Ozone production by an atmospheric pulsed discharge with pre-ionization electrodes and partly covered electrode

11:30 – 11:50

L4.2

K. Yasuoka, Y. Endo and S. Ishii

Experimental study on ozone generation using DC driven micro-plasma

12:30 – 13:30

Lunch

15:00 – 16:30

Poster session 2: Topics 2 & 4

P2.1

M. Madani, A. Bogaerts, R. Gijbels and D. Vangeneugden

Modelling of a dielectric barrier glow discharge at atmospheric pressure in nitrogen

P2.2

V. Repän, M. Laan and T. Plank

Electric field modelling for point-plane gap

P2.3

M. Magureanu, M. Heintze and M. Kettlitz

OES investigations of a pulsed microwave plasma used for methane conversion to C2 hydrocarbons

P2.4

H. Nowakowska, J. Stańco, M. Dors and J. Mizeraczyk

Modeling of plasma chemistry in a corona streamer pulse series in air

P2.5

S. Baba, S. Satoh and C. Yamabe

Development of measurement equipment of ozone half life

P2.6

V.I. Gibalov, T. Murata and G.J. Pietsch

Parameters of barrier discharges in coplanar arrangements

P4.1

Y. Miyake, Y. Ehara, H. Kishida and T. Ito

Generation of ozonized water by surface discharge

P4.2

H. D. Stryczewska and T. Janowski

Reactive power of the ozone generators

P4.3

T. Opalinska

Cold plasma reactor with dielectric barrier discharge

P4.4

L. Hulka and G. J. Pietsch

On the ignition voltage and structure of coplanar barrier discharges

P4.5

T. Horinouchi, T. Hayashi and N. Nakajima

Development of a new type ozoniser with rotating electrode

P4.6

S. Jodzis

Application of surface discharges in electroplasma ozone synthesis

16:30 – 16:50

Coffee break

Oral session 6: Topic 4

16:50 – 17:10

L4.3

R. Peyrous

Possibility of improvement of ozone production by using the back-corona effect

17:10 – 17:30

L4.4

A.B. Saveliev and G.J. Pietsch

On the structure of dielectric barrier surface discharges

17:30 – 17:50

L4.5

G.J. Pietsch and C. Humpert

Discharge mechanism and ozone generation by surface discharges depending on polarity

17:50 – 18:10

L4.6

J. Ozonek, K. Jahołkowski, I. Pollo and S. Okazaki

Operation conditions in an ozonizer containing a wire packing

  19:00

Symposium dinner (hotel restaurant)

Wednesday, July 24

7:30 – 8.30

Breakfast

Oral session 7: Topics 3 & 5

8:30 – 8:50

L3.1

J. Janča, M. Eliáš and V. Brožek

Low temperature reduction of tungsten precursors in RF discharge plasma reactors

8:50 – 9:10

L3.2

B. Pietruszka and M. Heintze

Plasma-promoted partial oxidation of methane to syngas over a-alumina supported nickel catalyst in dielectric-barrier discharge

9:10 – 9:30

L3.3

M. Dhainaut, E. Odic, M. Goldman, A. Goldman and C. Karimi

Dependence of the oxidation properties of a dielectric barrier discharge in air on the plasma and gas temperatures

9:30 – 9:50

L5.1

A. Treshchalov, A. Lissovski and E. Chikeev

Spectroscopic diagnostics of high-current discharges in UV-VUV excimer lasers

9:50 – 10:10

Coffee break

10:10 – 12:00

Poster session 3: Topics 3, 5 & 6

P3.1

J.-M. Cormier, I. Rusu and M. Dudemaine

On a new magnetic blow out glidarc reactor

P3.2

K. Krawczyk, J. Ruszniak, J. Sentek and K. Schmidt-Szałowski

Acetylene from methane by gliding arc processing

P3.3

K. Krawczyk and M. Wieczorkowski

Studies of nitrous oxide conversion in gliding arc discharges

P3.4

A. Opalska, T. Opalinska, J. Polaczek and P. Ochman

Plasma-induced decomposition of chlorodifluoromethane

P3.5

T. Kappes, W. Schiene and T. Hammer

Energy balance of a dielectric barrier discharge reactor for hydrocarbon steam reforming

P3.6

M. Heintze and M. Magureanu

Efficient methane conversion to acetylene in a microwave plasma

P3.7

M. Miclea, K. Kunze, J. Franzke, F. Leis, K. Niemax, C. Penache, O. Hohn, S. Schössler, T. Jahnke, A. Bräuning-Demian and H. Schmidt-Böcking

Decomposition of halogenated molecules in a micro-structured electrode glow discharge at atmospheric pressure

P5.1

M. Aints, A. Haljaste and L. Roots

Photoionizing radiation of positive corona in moist air

P5.2

M. Laan and J. Raud

HF capillary discharge: distribution of radiation along electrodes

P5.3

A. Treshchalov, E. Jalviste, A. Smerechuk, G. Gerasimov, R. Hallin and A. Arnesen

VUV emission of Kr2 molecules under high-current sliding discharge excitation

P5.4

A. Khacef, J.M. Cormier, J.M. Pouvesle, O. Gorce, H. Jurado, C. Thomas, G. Djéga-Mariadassou, S. Calvo and Y. Lendresse

Plasma-catalyst system for NOx remediation in simulated lean exhaust

P6.1

R. Vertriest, R. Morent, J. Dewulf, C. Leys and H. Van Langenhove

Removal of trichloroethylene with a DC-excited multi-pin-to-plate plasma source

P6.2

G. Penghui, N. Hayashi, S. Ihara S. Satoh and C. Yamabe

Studies on an AC/DC combination discharge mode for NOx treatment

P6.3

N. Hayashi, K. Yamamoto, S. Ihara, S. Satoh and C. Yamabe

Treatment of fluorocarbon using atmospheric non-thermal plasma produced by streamer corona discharge

P6.4

S. Dupré, C. Deniset, A. Goldman, M. Goldman and E. Marode

Main oxidation processes and their relative contributions in the NO removal by a dielectric barrier discharge for air cleaning

P6.5

J. Hong, S. Kim, K. Lee, K. Lee, J.J. Choi and Y.-K. Kim

PFC decomposition with atmospheric pressure microwave plasma using resonant and non-resonant structure

P6.6

N. Jidenko, M. Petit and J.P. Borra

Volatile organic compounds depollution by dielectric barrier discharge in porous media

P6.7

M.J. Kirkpatrick, W.C. Finney and B.R. Locke

Chlorinated organic compound removal by gas phase pulsed streamer corona electrical discharge with reticulated vitreous carbon electrodes

P6.8

M. Sahni, W.C. Finney, R.J. Clark, W. Landing and B.R. Locke

Degradation of aqueous phase trichloroethlyene using pulsed corona discharge

P6.9

E. Hnatiuc, B. Cheron, B. Hnatiuc, R. Burlica and J.L. Brisset

Cold plasma electrochemical reactor with rotary discharge

12:30 – 13:30

Lunch

13:30 – 19:30

Excursion

20:00 – 21:00

Evening meal

Thursday, July 25

7:30 – 8:30

Breakfast

Oral session 8: Topic 6

8:30 – 8:50

L6.1

M. Kogoma, T. Abe and K. Tanaka

PFCs abatement system by the atmospheric pressure glow plasma

8:50 – 9:10

L6.3

A.T. Appleton, P. Lukes, W.C. Finney and B.R. Locke

Study of the effectiveness of different hybrid pulsed corona reactors in degrading aqueous pollutants

9:10 – 9:30

L6.4

S.A. Nair, A.J.M. Pemen, K. Yan, E.J.M. van Heesch, K.J. Ptasinski and A.A.H. Drinkenburg

Chemical processes during biogas conditioning by pulsed corona discharges

9:30 – 9:50

L6.5

R. Rudolph, K.-P. Francke and H. Miessner

Determination of OH radical concentration in dielectric barrier discharges by CO oxidation

9:50 – 10:10

Coffee break

Oral session 9: Topic 6

10:10 – 10:30

L6.6

J. Pawłat, C. Yamabe and I. Pollo

Foaming apparatus as oxidants' generator

10:30 – 10:50

L6.7

Y. Yoshioka and K. Teshima

Calculation of NOx removal process taking pulse micro-discharge and diffusion of radicals into consideration

10:50 – 11:10

L6.8

E.A. Filimonova, R.H. Amirov, S.H. Hong, Y.H. Kim and Y.H. Song

Influence of temperature and hydrocarbons on removal of NOx and SO2 in a diesel exhaust gas activated by pulsed corona discharge

11:10 – 11:40

Closing Ceremony

12:00 – 13:00

Lunch

  13:00

Departure