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Laboratory of electron induced processes

Personel:
     Štefan Matejčík
     Peter Papp
     Juraj Orszagh
    

Students:
  Marián Danko

     Dušan Kubala
     Marek Kučera

    Electron attachment to the molecules of technological interest
    Dissociative electron attachment to the biologically relevant molecules
    Electron impact ionization of the hydrocarbons
    Electron induced fluorescence of molecules of technological and astrophysical interest

Electron attachment and electron ionisation laboratory web page


Electron induced fluorescence laboratory web page


Current projects:

EURATOM FUSION
APVV-0733-11 - Kinetics of electron and ion processes for fusion and technological plasmas
VEGA 1/0379/11 - Ionisation and excitation reactions for plasma diagnostics and applications
VEGA 1/0514/12  V-12-020-00 - Volume and surface processes in electric discharges  at atmospheric pressure




Former projects:

EIPAM - Electron induced processes at the molecular level
(http://www.isa.au.dk/networks/eipam/)

COST P9 action Radiation Damage in Biomolecular Systems (http://www.isa.au.dk/networks/cost/home.html)

ITS LEIF
(http://www.its-leif.org/main.htm)

EUROATM-FUSION projekt - Electron impact ionisation of small hydrocarbon molecules at high temperatures

IAEA project - Electron impact ionisation of small hydrocarbon molecules

VEGA project Nr. 1/1009/04 - Experimental studies of dissociative electron attachment to bromo-chloro hydrocarbons

APVT project Nr. 20-007504 - Comprehensive study of ionization reactions of electrons with molecules of technological and biological importance and their role in high pressure discharges


  Equipment:

Crossed beams apparatus


Collaborations:

Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
Leopold Franzens Universität Innsbruck, Austria
University Reykijavik, Iceland
Masarykova univerzita Brno, Czech Republic
Univezita Podlaska Siedlce, Poland
Russian Academy of Sciences Ufa, Russia


 

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