PhD position (m/f/d)
The PhD thesis will be dedicated to electric field measurements by an Electric Field Induced Second Harmonic generation technique (EFISH) in nanosecond discharges as part of the CRC 1316 “Transient atmospheric pressure plasmas: from plasmas to liquids to solids” project (SFB1316).
Besides the temporally and spatially resolved EFISH measurements the PhD student will be intended to study the discharges by other experimental techniques, such as voltage/current measurements, Optical Emission Spectroscopy (OES), ICCD and Streak camera imaging, etc.
The final goal of the work will be to gain fundamental understanding of transient atmospheric plasma discharges and Atmospheric Pressure Plasma Jets (APPJs), in particular.
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