Theses of the CRC 1316

Ongoing Thesis Projects

  • (A3) - Christoph Stewig, PhD thesis
    Excitation transfer between molecules in transient atmospheric pressure plasmas and its impact on plasma chemistry
  • (A3) - Theresa Urbanietz, PhD thesis
    Plasma Catalysis during Conversion of Methane/Oxygen/Hydrogen Gas Mixtures
  • (A3) - Steijn Vervloedt, PhD thesis
  • (A4) - Mate Vass, PhD thesis
  • (A4) - David Schulenberg, PhD thesis
  • (A5) - Ryan Thomas Nguyen-Smith, PhD thesis
    From ns- to ms-pulses – influence of voltage characteristics on surface barrier discharges
  • (A6) - Sebastian Dzikowski, PhD thesis
    Pulsed plasma interaction with catalytic surfaces within micro-structured array devices
  • (A6) - Sascha Chur, PhD thesis
  • (A6) - Martha Finke, Bachelor thesis
  • (A7) - Lars Schücke, PhD thesis
    Plasma-assisted catalysis for conversion of volatile organic compounds (VOC)
  • (B2) - Patrick Preissing, PhD thesis
    Self-organisation of sub-micrometer surface structures stimulated by microplasma generated reactive species and short-pulsed laser irradiation
  • (B2) - Lennart Kulik, Bachelor thesis
  • (B4) - Simon Homann, PhD thesis
  • (B5) - Vera Bracht, PhD thesis
    Plasma Electrolytic Oxidation
  • (B7) - Fatma-Nur Seferoglu, Master thesis
    Optical characterization of μs pulsed plasmas in liquids
  • (B8) - Tim Dirks, PhD thesis
  • (B11) - Steffen Schüttler, PhD thesis
    Energy transport in atmospheric pressure plasmas interacting with fluids
  • (B11) - Maike Kai, Master thesis
  • (B12) - Tobias Schmider, Master thesis
    Influence of high voltage electrolysis on single crystal electrodes
  • (B12) - Tobias Schmider, Master thesis

Completed Thesis Projects

  • (A3) - Boris Daniil, Bachelor thesis
    Simulation der Nachweisempfindlichkeit eines Atmosphärendruck-Massenspektrometers
  • (A4) - Lena Bischoff, Master thesis
    Investigation of the effects of customized electrodes on capacitively coupled radio frequency microplasma jets using emission spectroscopy and laser d
  • (A6) - Henrik van Impel, Bachelor thesis
    Diagnostik von atomarem Sauerstoff in einem Micro-Cavity-Plasmareaktor
  • (A7) - Niklas Peters, PhD thesis
    Plasma catalysis for conversion of volatile organic compounds (VOC)
  • (A7) - Philipp Wirth, PhD thesis
    Plasma Catalysis in DBDs
  • (A7) - Niklas Friedrichs, Bachelor thesis
    Untersuchung der Sauerstoffradikaldichten einer dielektrischen Oberflächenentladung
  • (A7) - Arisa Bodnar, Bachelor thesis
    Investigation of a Twin Surface Dielectric Barrier Discharge for the Decomposition of Polluted Air Streams
  • (A7) - Katja Wenselau, Bachelor thesis
    Untersuchung des Strömungsfeldes einer beidseitigen dielektrisch behinderten Oberflächenentladung für die Abluftreinigung
  • (A8) - Maximilian Klich, PhD thesis
    Modellierung und Simulation von Atmosphärendruckplasmen
  • (A8) - Natalia Lupyna, Bachelor thesis
    Analyse von Feld- und Potentialverteilungen im Plasma-Jet
  • (A9) - Youfan He, PhD thesis
    A kinetic chemistry model for atmospheric pressure plasmas
  • (B2) - Robin Labenski, Bachelor thesis
    Konditionierung von metallischen Schichten durch Laser- und Plasmawechselwirkung
  • (B7) - Katharina Grosse, PhD thesis
    Discharge ignition, dynamics and chemistry of nanosecond pulsed plasmas in water
  • (B7) - Elia Jüngling, Bachelor thesis
    Propagation of streamers in nanosecond plasmas in water
  • (B7) - Marina Falke, Bachelor thesis
    Comparison of nanosecond pulsed discharges in water for different pulse polarities
  • (B11) - Emanuel Jeß, Bachelor thesis
    Diagnostics of plasma-produced hydrogen peroxide in liquids

  • (A5) - Lukas Bielzer, Bachelor thesis
    Optische Emissions Spektroskopie von Nanosekunden gepulsten Oberflächen behinderten Entladungen
  • (A7) - Kevin Ollegott, PhD thesis
    Plasma-assisted removal of oxygen traces from coke oven gas using a twin-surface dielectric barrier discharge
  • (A7) - Jens Kallähn, Bachelor thesis
    Entwurf einer Messstrecke zur optischen Absorptionsspektroskopie von Ozon an einer dielektrischen Oberflächenentladung
  • (A7) - Christian Oberste-Beulmann, Master thesis
    Investigations on Plasma-catalytic Removal of Oxygen Traces from Hydrogen-rich Gas Mixtures
  • (A8) - Tim Bolles, Bachelor thesis
    Validierung des Smooth Step Models für ein Plasma mit zwei Ionenspezies mittels Particle-In-Cell Simulation
  • (A8) - Lukas Vogelhuber, Bachelor thesis
    Elektronen- und Ionenverteilungsfunktionen an der Grenzfläche von kapazitiven Ein- und Zweifrequenz-Entladungen
  • (A8) - Fabian Verdaguer, Bachelor thesis
    Untersuchung durch unterschiedliche Spannungsformen erzeugter Hochfrequenzplasmen
  • (B2) - David Steuer, Master thesis
    Comparative Investigation of Two-Dimensional Oxygen Distributions in Microplasmas by Optical Methods
  • (B5) - Patrick Herrmanns, PhD thesis
    Charakterisierung und Prozessoptimierung industriell relevanter Mikroplasmen: Von der Beschichtungstechnik bis zur Mikrosensorik
  • (B5) - Simon Böddeker, Master thesis
    Elektrische Messtechnik und statistische Prozessdiagnostik an einem PEO-Beschichtungsprozess
  • (B8) - Yayci Abdulkadir, PhD thesis
    Plasma-driven biocatalysis
  • (B8) - Freya Jockenhövel, Bachelor thesis
    The chaperedoxin CnoX and its plasma-induced activation
  • (B8) - Ivan Bobkov, Bachelor thesis
    Effects of pre-adaptation and mutagenesis on the susceptibility of Escherichia coli to cold atmospheric plasma

  • (A2) - Jutta Püttmann, Bachelor thesis
    Electric Field Measurementsvia EFISH in a CARS Setup
  • (A5) - Florian Beckfeld, Bachelor thesis
    Measurement of high voltage signals and evaluation of different probing methods on a surface dielectric barrier discharg
  • (A6) - Simon Kreuznacht, Master thesis
    High resolution investigation of a microplasma channel
  • (A6) - Till Marth, Bachelor thesis
    Non-invasive determination of the gas temperature by Rayleigh scattering
  • (A7) - Jan-Luca Gembus, Bachelor thesis
    Untersuchung der Konversion von flüchtigen Kohlenwasserstoffen in einer dielektrischen Oberflächenentladung
  • (A8) - Laura Kroll, Master thesis
    Modellierung und Simulation von Transportprozessen im Plasma-Jet
  • (A9) - Youfan He, Master thesis
    Zero-dimensional numerical simulations of low-pressure inductive discharges and atmospheric-pressure plasma jets
  • (B2) - Alexander Böddecker, Master thesis
    Comparison of Atomic Oxygen Densities in a Coplanar Plasma Jet with ns or RF Excitation
  • (B5) - Anna Lena Schöne, Bachelor thesis
    Optische und elektrische Messtechnik an einem Einzelentladungsaufbau zur plasmaelektrolytischen Oxidation
  • (B7) - Chaiyasit Nenbangkaeo, Bachelor thesis
    Analysis of hydrogen peroxide production in nanosecond pulsed discharges in water
  • (B7) - Thorben Holländer, Bachelor thesis
    Determination of the OH concentration in plasma treated liquids
  • (B7) - Fatma-Nur Seferoglu, Bachelor thesis
    Surface modification of a copper substrate through the reaction chemistry generated by pulsed plasmas in water
  • (B8) - Sabrina Klopsch, Bachelor thesis
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  • (B8) - Tim Dirks, Master thesis
    Untersuchung der plasma-induzierten Aktivierung von Hsp33 aus Escherichia coli
  • (B8) - Marco Krewing, PhD thesis
    Impact of low-temperature plasmas on microorganisms and biomolecules

  • (A3) - Steffen Schüttler, Bachelor thesis
    Plasma Catalysis of CO2 Reduction
  • (A3) - Thilo Romba, Bachelor thesis
    Plasma Conversion of CH4 O2 Mixtures
  • (A4) - Lena Bischoff, Bachelor thesis
    Optische Emissionsspektroskopie an einem RF kapaazitiv gekoppelten AP Plasma Jet unter Variation der Sauerstoffbeimischung
  • (A4) - Gerrit Hübner, Bachelor thesis
    Optische Emissionsspektroskopie an einem RF kapaazitiv gekoppelten AP Plasma Jet unter Variation der Stickstoffbeimischung
  • (A6) - Marc Leimkühler, Master thesis
    Generation of Metastables by kHz-driven Microplasma Arrays Devices
  • (A7) - Christian Oberste-Beulmann, Bachelor thesis
    Entwicklung einer Methode zur Beschichtung von Plattenelektroden mit heterogenen Katalysatoren für die oxidative Plasmakatalyse
  • (A8) - Kai-Philipp Enneking, Master thesis
    Untersuchung einer planaren kapazitiven HF-Entladung mit Hilfe des Smooth step Models
  • (A9) - Sebastian Wilczek, PhD thesis
    A kinetic chemistry model for atmospheric pressure plasmas
  • (A9) - Ryan Thomas Nguyen-Smith, Master thesis
    Comparison of spatially resolved ozone absorption spectroscopy with zero dimensional simulations
  • (B2) - David Steuer, Bachelor thesis
    Reproducibility of density and temperature profiles in the COST-Microplasmajet
  • (B2) - Alexander Knodel, Master thesis
    Studies on microplasmajet-discharges with N2/O2 admixtures in front of surfaces
  • (B7) - Maike Kai, Bachelor thesis
    Optical Analysis of a Nanosecond Plasma Inside Liquids
  • (B8) - Cindy Juric, Bachelor thesis
    Identification of peroxidases in environmental samples for plasma-driven biocatalysis
  • (B8) - Tristan Hoffmann, Bachelor thesis
    Plasma stability of the copper-zinc superoxide dismutase of Escherichia coli
  • (B8) - Nathalie Gibas, Master thesis
    Identification and characterisation of peroxidases for plasma-driven biocatalysis

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