The LabEx organizes the 3rd edition of the Plas@Par Industry Day, Thursday, December 10, 2015 at LCPMR !


08h30 > Welcome and coffee 

09h00 > P. Indelicato, Vice-president for Research and Technology Transfer – UPMC
Introduction speech

09h15 > A. Schwock, Director of BalticNet 
Transferring knowledge of plasma technology from academia to the industry in Europe

09h45 > S. Starikovskaia, Laboratoire de Physique des Plasmas – LPP
Nonequilibrium plasma for initiation of combustion under high-pressure conditions of internal combustion engines

10h05 > M. CazalensSAFRAN
Plasma assisted combustion at Safran

10h25 > E. Galvez-ParrucaInstitut Jean le Rond D’Alembert
Plasma catalytic hybrid processes for energy and environment

10h45 > Coffee Break

11h10 > L. Pontreau, IVEA Solution
Laser induced spectroscopy for environmental purposes

11h30 > O. Guaitella, Laboratoire de Physique des Plasmas – LPP
How non-thermal plasma can play a role for CO2 recycling and green chemistry development

12h > J. Youssef, Air Serenity
Plasma application for indoor air pollution – Proof of concept to commercial product

12h40 > D. Bretegnier, SATT Lutech, F. du Burk, LPL – Paris 13
Technology transfer: breaking the chicken & egg circle

13h00 > Buffet – Poster session

Discussion and networking

14h30 > G. Mautin, F. Travagli, The Cantillon
Start-up bootcamp! 
Workshop on entrepreneurship organized by Sorbonne Universities / PEPITE Paris Centre

18h00 > End of the day

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The 3rd Plasapar Industry will be held on December 10 in Paris. We expect more than sixty Masters students, PhD students and Plas@Par scientists to attend this event, which this year will consist of a plenary session in the morning, followed by a poster session combined with a friendly buffet for lunch, and a workshop on entrepreuneurship for students in the afternoon.

This Industry Day has two goals:

  • The first goal is to show Master students and PhD students the applications of Plasma Physics in the economic world. The broad range of presentations from the industry and the Plasapar laboratories will testify of the diverse applications of plasma, regading the topic of environment. These applications can be found in large-scale companies, SMEs or startups.
  • A second goal is to bring together scientists of Plas@Par and experts from the industry, to strengthen existing collaborations and also possibly develop new ones. The different presentations and posters will support fruitful exchanges and help everyone to get to know each other.

Registrationplease follow this link.