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David Pai

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Status : CNRS research scientist
Affiliation : Low Temperature Plasmas

Email : david.pai lpp.polytechnique.fr
Tel : (+33) 01 69 33 59 60
Bureau : 01-10-12 (Aile 1)
Laboratoire de Physique des Plasmas
Ecole Polytechnique
route de Saclay
F-91128 Palaiseau Cedex

Research interests :
- Atmospheric-pressure plasma science

  • Surface ionization wave propagation on advanced materials (i.e. semiconductors, nanomaterials)
  • Microplasmas
  • Nanosecond repetitively pulsed discharges

- Plasma diagnostics

  • in-situ Raman and photoluminescence spectroscopy

- Plasma synthesis of carbon and silicon nanomaterials (quantum dots, nanocrystals, etc.)
- Nanomaterials synthesis at atmospheric pressure using nanosecond discharges
- Plasma-assisted electrochemistry

Brief vitae :
2021 - CNRS Research Scientist, LPP (UMR 7648), Ecole Polytechnique
2012 - 2020 - CNRS Research Scientist, Institut Pprime (UPR 3346), Université de Poitiers
2010 - 2012 - JSPS Foreign Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Advanced Materials Science, University of Tokyo
2008 - 2010 - Postdoctoral Scholar, Laboratoire EM2C (UPR 288), Ecole Centrale Paris
2008 - PhD in Physics, Ecole Centrale Paris
2003 - MS in Electrical Engineering, Stanford University
2001 - BS in Electrical Engineering, Stanford University

Key publications :

  1. D. Z. Pai (2021). Plasma-liquid interfacial layer detected by in situ Raman light sheet microspectroscopy. Journal of Physics D : Applied Physics, 54, 355201
  2. Orrière, T., Kurniawan, D., Chang, Y. C., Pai, D. Z., Chiang, W. H. (2020). Effect of plasma polarity on the synthesis of graphene quantum dots by atmospheric-pressure microplasmas. Nanotechnology, 31(48), 485001
  3. Darny, T., Babonneau, D., Camelio, S., & Pai, D. Z. (2020). Uniform propagation of cathode-directed surface ionization waves at atmospheric pressure. Plasma Sources Science and Technology 29, 065012
  4. Orrière, T., Moreau, E., & Pai, D. Z. (2019). Electric wind generation by nanosecond repetitively pulsed microplasmas. Journal of Physics D : Applied Physics, 52, 464002
  5. Orrière, T., Moreau, E., & Pai, D. Z. (2018). Ionization and recombination in nanosecond repetitively pulsed microplasmas in air at atmospheric pressure. Journal of Physics D : Applied Physics, 51(49), 494002
  6. D. Z. Pai, S. Stauss and K. Terashima, « Surface dielectric barrier discharges exhibiting field emission at high pressure », Plasma Sources Science and Technology Vol. 23, No. 2, 025019 (2014)
  7. D. Z. Pai, K. Ostrikov, S. Kumar, D. A. Lacoste, I. Levchenko, and C. O. Laux, « Energy efficiency in nanoscale synthesis using nanosecond plasmas », Scientific reports, Vol. 3, 1221 (2013)
  8. D. Z. Pai, D. A. Lacoste et C. O. Laux « Transitions between corona, glow, and spark regimes of nanosecond repetitively pulsed discharges in air at atmospheric pressure », Journal of Applied Physics, Vol. 107, 093303 (2010)

Detailed CV (up to July 2021) :

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