Biomedical and environmental applications

If common methods fail, or example in sterilization, or are to resource consuming, for example in some areas of air purification, new strategies are needed. With our plasma projects for biomedical and environmental applications we can contribute to progresses in wound healing, sterilization and air purification and gas conversion.

DBD

DFG pDBD

The project aims to fundamentally understand Patterned Dielectric Barrier Discharges for environmental applications of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) pollutant removal from gas streams.

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VDBD

DFG PlasmIB

The aim of this project is to investigate the inactivation and protection mechanisms of spores and biofilms treated by low-pressure plasmas (LPP) and cold atmospheric pressure plasmas (CAP).

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BMBF

Me2H2

Me²H2 Methanpyrolyse – Teilvorhaben U2: Plasma-beheizte Methanpyrolyse In dem Verbundvorhaben Methanpyrolyse (Me²H2) wird die Erzeugung

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BMWi

Plaskat

The Plaskat project (short for plasma catalysis) is looking at an energy-saving and more sustainable alternative for the removal of chemical and biological contaminants.

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VDBD

PlasNOW

The project aims to gain further insight into the chemical and physical impacts of two different non-thermal atmospheric pressure plasmas (APP) sources on liquids and biological systems, with an emphasis on applications of APPs in wound healing.

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Plasmajet

SFB 1316 A4

Process control in micro atmospheric pressure RF plasma jets by voltage waveform tailoring and customised boundary surfaces

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SDBD

SFB 1316 A5

From ns- to ms-pulses – influence of voltage characteristics on surface barrier discharges

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SDBD

SFB 1316 A7

Project A7 of the DFG funded SFB 1316 aims at the fundamental understanding of a novel twin surface dielectric barrier discharge for the purification and sterilization of gas streams by means of plasma-assisted catalysis.

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