AEPT is ...

Chair of Applied Electrodynamics and Plasma Technology

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thomas Mussenbrock
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Peter Awakowicz

Research Group for Biomedical Plasma Technology

Prof. Dr. Andrew R. Gibson


AEPT consists of the Chair of Applied Electrodynamics and Plasma Technology (formerly Chair of Electrical Engineering and Plasma Technology) and the Research Group for Biomedical Plasma Technology.

The teams of Thomas Mussenbrock und Peter Awakowicz work closely together in the research area technical plasma systems and plasma processes. In addition to the application of technical plasmas, the focus is also on the development of electrical and optical diagnostic methods as well as mathematical modeling and numerical simulation.

The team of Andrew R. Gibson works on the characterization of the unique chemical and physical properties of various plasma sources, with a focus on plasma chemistry. The team develops and uses a combination of numerical simulations and experimental measurements.

AEPT is a member of the Re­se­arch De­part­ment Plas­mas with Com­plex In­ter­ac­tions as well as the Materials Research Department at Ruhr University Bochum.