Plasma Processes Group

Plasma processes represent a new interdisciplinary field of research in our Department. These processes are traditionally used for the synthesis of ozone and are more commonly used in manufacturing non-conventional coatings (microelectronics, optics, packing for the food industry, hardening of working surfaces of cutting tools) and in processing of methane to C2 hydrocarbons.

We are also investigating plasma-catalytic processing of particularly stable substances, environmentally hazardous substances and toxic materials in industrial waste. We collaborated with the Institute of Chemical Engineering, Polish Academy of Science in Gliwice in project ordered for the abatement process engineering and disposal of harmful gases and emissions, with the Institute of Plasma Physics and Laser Microfusion, and the Faculty of Environmental Engineering of the Warsaw University of Technology.

We are also cooperating with Technische Universität Braunschweig in the European program Era Chemistry. This program concerns studies on the chemical activation of carbon dioxide and methane. In cooperation with the Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) the following research is currently conducted: Control of volatile organic compounds by low temperature plasma with catalyst.

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