Working groups

Plasma theory/ plasma simulation working group

The newly established bio working group within the CRC 1316 has its own eMail address. If you would like to contact the group regarding a contribution for a next meeting, you might use This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Upcoming and also past meetings can be viewed in the column on the right.

Working groups

Bio working working group

The newly established bio working group within the CRC 1316 has its own eMail address. If you would like to contact the group regarding a contribution for a next meeting, you might use This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Upcoming and also past meetings can be viewed in the column on the right.

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

External presentation in working group

A special lecture on electrolysis, focusing on future energy scenarios, was held by Marcel Fiebrandt from Thyssengas on the 25th of February 2022 at 10:00 (online). In this talk, a brief overview of the future energy system scenarios and their implications on the industrial, mobility, and heating sector was given. Afterwards, the options of producing hydrogen was discussed and which equirements they have to fulfil to be integrated effectively and economically in the future energy system.

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.