Young researchers training

Working groups

Two Working groups are installed within the CRC1316 to intensify the cooperation in the distinct research fields of experiments and simulations. If you -as CRC1316 member- would like to participate in one of the working groups, please send a request to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

MGK events

  • Conference
    2021-05-27 to 2021-05-28
    Plasma Surface Interaction Kiel-Bochum Workshop (postponed to 2022)
    Location: Kiel, Germany
  • Conference
    2021-04-21 to 2021-04-22 (10:00)
    MGK Colloquium
    PhD students from the CRC 1316, SFB-TR 87 as well as invited speakers
    (CRC 1316)
    The MGK colloquium is a workshop for young low temperature plasma physicists. Its aim is to provide a platform for doctoral and young post doctoral researchers to present results and exchange knowledge. The scientific program will consist of oral presentations of 15 (regular talk) or 20 (topical talk, selected by the scientific committee) minutes length and two poster sessions.
    Location: Virtual
  • Conference
    2021-03-24 (13:00)
    Virtual DGPT-Colloquium
    Location: Virtual
  • Conference
    2021-03-21 to 2021-03-24 (9:00)
    1st Frontiers in Plasmas in Industry & PT20
    Postponed to autumn 2021
    Location: RUB, Germany
  • Working Group Experiment
    2020-12-10 (10:00)
    DC Plasmas in Liquids
    Dr. Albert Engstfeld
    (Universität Ulm)
    Location: Virtual
  • Conference
    2020-11-02 to 2020-11-03 (9:00)
    7. International Plasma Science and Interfaces Workshop
    Location: Bochum, Germany
  • Seminar
    2019-12-12 (10:00)
    Atmospheric plasma research at York University
    Dr. Erik Wagenaars
    (University York, United Kingdom)
    Location: RUB, Germany
  • Seminar
    2019-11-21 (16:15)
    Nanosecond discharges at high electric field and high specific deposited energy
    Prof. Dr. Svetlana Starikovskaia
    (École Polytechnique, Paris, France)
    Location: NB4 / 158, RUB, Germany
  • Seminar
    2019-10-25 (10:15)
    CO$_2$ dissociation by microwave plasmas: prospects and challenges
    Dr. Emile Carbone
    (MPI Plasma Physics, Garching, Germany)
    Location: NB4 / 158, RUB, Germany
  • Seminar
    2019-10-11 (13:00)
    Diagnostic of atmospheric pressure plasmas
    Dr. Hans Höft
    (INP Greifswald, Germany)
    Location: AEPT, RUB, Germany
  • Working Group Experiment
    2019-09-23 (13:00)
    1st Afternoon on Plasmas in Liquids
    Plasma in liquids
    Location: ID 04/401, RUB, Germany
  • Seminar
    2019-08-29 (10:00)
    Study of open spaces in thin films by means of positron annihilation spectroscopy
    Prof. Dr. Akira Uedono
    (Division of Applied Physics, University of Tsukuba, Japan)
    Location: ID 04 / 653, RUB, Germany
  • Conference
    2019-05-12 to 2019-05-19 (9:00)
    13th Frontiers in Low-Temperature Plasma Diagnostics, 1st Frontiers in Low-Temperature Plasma
    Location: Bad Honnef, Germany
  • Seminar
    2019-05-10 (10:15)
    Experiments and understanding of the force a plasma exerts on a boundary
    Dr. Thomas Trottenberg
    (CAU Kiel, Germany)
    Location: NABF 05/694
  • Working Group Theory
    2019-03-18 (9:00)
    Crash Course Plasma Modeling
    T. Mussenbrock, J. Trieschmann
    Location: RUB, Germany
  • Working Group Experiment
    Crash Course Electrochemistry
    T. Jacob
    Location: Ulm, Germany
  • Seminar
    2018-10-17 (13:00)
    High-resolution spectroscopic and electrical diagnostics of barrier discharges
    Prof. Dr. Tomáš Hoder
    (Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic)
    Streamer mechanism is one of the main ionisation mechanisms in highpressure plasma jets, pulsing coronas or barrier discharges. In atmospheric air, it is an ultra-fast process which produces a light emission or current pulses with duration of only several units of nanoseconds. In such challenging case, an enhanced diagnostic method has to be applied.
    Location: NB 5 / 158, RUB, Germany
  • Conference
    2018-07-04 to 2018-07-07 (4 days)
    RUB Japan Science Days
    RUB Workshop between July 4th, 2018 and July 7th, 2018. Workshop of experts from the field of plasma from Japan and from the Ruhr-Universität Bochum are planned for an intensive exchange of knowledge.
    Location: RUB, Germany
  • Working Group Experiment
    2018-06-12 (1 day)
    Crash Course Surface Science
    K. Morgenstern, M. Muhler
    The lectures are intended to guide you through the acronym jungle mencountered in Surface Science and catalyst characterization and to make you familiar with the basic concepts of heterogeneous catalysis and the application of heterogeneous catalysts in continuously operated chemical reactors.
    Location: RUB, Germany
  • Working Group Experiment
    2018-06-06 (1 day)
    Crash course plasma science
    Julian Schulze, Ihor Korolov, Ryan Smith, Zoltán Donkó and Aranka Derzsi
    This block course intends to provide a basic understanding of low temperature plasma physics and technology to the surface scientists of the SFB 1316.
    Location: online course
  • Seminar
    2018-02-21 (16:15)
    Experimental characterization of a plasma jet source using TOF-MS
    Dr. Laura Chauvet
    (University of Toulouse, France)
    Location: NB5/158, RUB, Germany

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Working groups

First working group meeting reaction routes in plasma catalysis and surface interactions

Working groups reaction routes in plasma catalysis and surface interaction had their first virtual meeting on September 13th, 2019. The meeting was attended by participants from Bochum, Berlin and Ulm.

Here, working group members of both groups decided to merge the groups. Moreover, possible cooperations between the different researchers were discussed.

Working groups

Second working group meeting reaction routes in plasma catalysis and surface interactions

Working groups reaction routes in plasma catalysis and surface interaction had their second virtual meeting on November 5th, 2019. Members of research groups from Bochum, Berlin, and Ulm participated in the group meeting. During this meeting, experiences in chemical analysis were discussed.