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Flinders University

GPO Box 2100
5001 Adelaide, South Australia
Australia

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Website: www.flinders.edu.au

Brief presentation of the institution

Flinders University has a proud history of research excellence in both Physics and Chemistry, and an emerging excellence in Nanotechnology and Green Chemistry. It offers undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in each of its four faculties, with a diverse cohort of students, including international students from many countries, ensuring that it has a genuine multi-cultural atmosphere.

Main Plasma with liquids related topics

-Measurements of fundamental electron scattering cross sections (probabilities) which are essential for a nano-scale understanding of electron-driven processes in low-temperature plasmas, including atmospheric medical plasmas.

-Measurements of fundamental positron scattering cross sections for collisions with gas-phase targets.This work is undertaken at the Australian Positron Beam-line facility in Canberra with colleagues from the Australian National University.

-Modelling of atmospheric plasmas on Earth and other planets, in particular looking at the role played by electrons in those plasmas. This work is currently being extended to laboratory based plasmas and in particular low-T plasma reactors.

-Modelling of the thermalisation of electrons and positrons in matter, in collaboration with colleagues at James Cook University in Townsville (Australia), Institute of Physics (Belgrage, Sebia) and CSIC (Madrid, Spain), in order to better understand nano-dosimetry in the biological media in question.

Main Plasma with liquids related research techniques and equipment

- Two crossed-beam electron scattering apparatus for the cross section measurements and one dynamical (e,2e) spectrometer to study ionisation.

- Statistical equilibrium and time-step modeling approaches in order to investigate the role of electron-driven processes in planetary and cometary atmospheres.

Brief information on available facilities related to Plasma with liquids

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Willingness to accept/host visiting researchers

Participation in Working Groups

Members:

  • Laurence Campbell
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    Position: Researcher
  • Darryl Brian Jones
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    Position: Researcher

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