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KaPPA, an International French-Russian laboratory of CNRS is established


Three principal directions of scientific research will be targeted within the LIA Project:

- Pulsed plasmas for surface processing: improved control of the flux and energy distributions of charged particles and of gas excitation/dissociation

- Electronically excited species in reactions of secondary ionization, in fast gas heating and in chemical kinetics of plasma-triggered systems

- Effect of spatial-temporal structure of pulsed discharges on the physical and chemical features of gas fluxes

The main goal of the LIA laboratory is a consolidation, on the international level, of the fundamental research in the field of the kinetics of nonequilibrium plasmas, and a development of a strong collaboration between France and Russia with participation of experienced scientists and young researches from both countries.

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During the Kick off meeting
©P. Auvray
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Experiments on high-pressure nanosecond discharge
©P. Lavialle

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Tutelles : CNRS Ecole Polytechnique Sorbonne Université Université Paris Sud Observatoire de Paris Convention : CEA
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