Annemie Bogaerts

130

Plasma-based CO2 conversion: Modelling for a better understanding.
A. Bogaerts.
Invited plenary lecture at the hybrid/online "International Conference on Physics of Low Temperature Plasma" (PLTP 2020), November 9-13, 2020, Kazan, Russia.

129

Plasma modelling: An overview.
A. Bogaerts.
Invited lecture (Short Course) at the online “24th European Summer School on Low Temperature Plasma Physics”, October 5-9, 2020, Bad Honnef, Germany.

128

The hot topic of cold plasma: CO2 conversion into value-added compounds.
A. Bogaerts.
Invited lecture at the online “73rd Gaseous Electronics Conference” (GEC), October 5-9, 2020, San Diego, California, U.S.A.

127

Plasma-assisted CO2 conversion: Computer modeling for a better understanding of the underlying mechanisms.
A. Bogaerts.
Invited lecture at the Kerogreen Workshop “Plasma Catalysis for Renewable Fuels”, November 15, 2019, Eindhoven, The Netherlands.

126

Plasma modelling: An overview.
A. Bogaerts.
Invited lecture (Short Course) at the “23rd European Summer School on Low Temperature Plasma Physics”, October 6-11, 2019, Bad Honnef, Germany.

125

Computer modeling for answering burning questions in plasma catalysis.
A. Bogaerts.
Invited lecture at the “10th International Symposium on Plasma Nanoscience and Nanotechnology” (iPlasmaNano X), September July 15-20, 2019, Porec, Croatia.

124

Plasma-based CO2 conversion: Modeling the plasma chemistry and plasma reactor design.
A. Bogaerts.
Invited lecture at the “International School of Quantum Electronics”, September 8-14, 2019, Erice, Sicily (Italy).

123

NOx production in plasma – Targeting vibrational non-equilibrium.
A. Bogaerts.
Invited lecture at the “PlasmaNOx Workshop”, August 21-22, 2019, Kongsberg, Norway.

122

Plasma for cancer treatment: Modeling for a better understanding of the underlying mechanisms.
A. Bogaerts.
Invited lecture at the “21st IVC Conference”, July 1-5, 2019, Malmö, Sweden.

121

Plasma technology: a novel solution for CO2 conversion?
A. Boagaerts.
Invited keynote lecture at the “4th Green and Sustainable Chemistry Conference”, May 5-8, 2019, Dresden, Germany.

120

Modeling for plasma oncology.
A. Bogaerts.
Invited lecture at the “International Workshop on Plasma for Cancer Treatment (IWPCT) Min-course”, April 1, 2019, Antwerp, Belgium.

119

Plasma-based CO2 conversion: Modeling and experiments for a better understanding and improved application.
A. Bogaerts.
Invited lecture at the workshop “PREMiERE” (CO2 Plasmas: a fRiEndly MEdium for Renewable Energy), November 22-24, 2018, Ericeira, Portugal.

118

Burning questions of plasma catalysis: Answers by modeling.
A. Bogaerts, W. Wang, Q-Z. Zhang and Y-R. Zhang.
Invited lecture at the “Conference on Cold Plasma Sources and Applications 2018” (COPSA2018), November 19-23, 2018, Ypres, Belgium.

117

Computer modeling for a better understanding of plasma catalysis.
A. Bogaerts, W. Wang, Q-Z. Zhang and Y-R. Zhang.
Invited plenary lecture at the “2018 International Symposium on Plasmas for Catalyses and Energy Materials” (ISPCEM-2018), October 20-23, 2018, Tianjin, China.

116

Plasma modelling: An overview.
A. Bogaerts.
Invited lecture (Short Course) at the “22nd European Summer School on Low Temperature Plasma Physics”, October 8-13, 2018, Bad Honnef, Germany.

115

Modeling for a better understanding of plasma oncology.
A. Bogaerts, P. Heirman, W. Van Boxem, J. Van der Paal, C. Verlackt and M. Yusupov.
Invited keynote lecture at the “Workshop on Frontiers in Redox Biology and Medicine", September 23-26, 2018, Rostock, Germany.

114

Plasma-based greenhouse gas conversion: Modeling the plasma chemistry and plasma reactor design to improve the application.
A. Bogaerts.
Invited plenary lecture at the “16th International Conference on Plasma Surface Engineering - PSE 2018”, September 17-21, 2018, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany.

113

Plasma-assisted CO2 conversion: A better understanding of the underlying mechanisms through computer modelling.
A. Bogaerts.
Invited lecture at the “11th International Symposium on Non-Thermal/Thermal Plasma Pollution Control Technology & Sustainable Energy” (ISNTP), July 1-5, 2018, Montegrotto Terme, Padova, Italy.

112

Modeling for a better understanding of plasma processes.
A. Bogaerts.
Plenary opening lecture at the “Workshop on Diagnostics and Modeling: Towards the industrial applications of plasma-based processes”, February 7-8, 2018, Mons, Belgium.

111

CO2 and CH4 conversion by plasma and plasma catalysis.
A. Bogaerts.
Invited lecture at the “NWO Meeting on Catalytic Methane Conversion”, November 17, 2017, Eindhoven, The Netherlands.

110

Plasma modelling: An overview.
A. Bogaerts.
Invited lecture (Short Course) at the “21st European Summer School on Low Temperature Plasma Physics”, October 7-12, 2017, Bad Honnef, Germany.

109

CO2 conversion into new fuels by gas discharge plasma: Experiments and modelling.
A. Bogaerts.
Invited lecture at the “International Conference PLASMA-2017”, September 18-22, 2017, Warsaw, Poland.

108

Modeling for a better understanding of plasma medicine.
A. Bogaerts, W. Van Boxem, J. Van der Paal, C. Verlackt and M. Yusupov.
Invited lecture at the “25th International Conference on Numerical Simulation of Plasmas (ICNSP 2017)”, September 18-20, 2017, Leuven, Belgium.

107

Modeling plasma-based CO2 conversion – from chemistry to plasma design.
A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “From Chemistry Data to Plasma Design Workshop”, September 15, 2017, London, UK.

106

Modeling and experiments for CO2 conversion by plasma and plasma catalysis: An overview of the Antwerp activities.
A. Bogaerts.
Invited lecture at the “1st European Conference on Plasma Catalysis for CO2 Valorisation and Green Chemistry (CO2 ECPC1), September 5-7, 2017, Paris, France.

105

Plasma for cancer treatment: How can RONS penetrate through the cell membrane?
A. Bogaerts, M. Yusupov and J. Van der Paal.
Invited lecture at the “8th International Symposium on Plasma Nanoscience and Nanotechnology” (iPlasmaNano VIII), July 2-6, 2017, Antwerp, Belgium.

104

The plasma characteristics and sample behavior in the ICP revealed through computer modeling.
A. Bogaerts and M. Aghaei.
Invited plenary lecture at the “Colloquium Spectroscopicum Internationale XL (CSI XL)”, June 11-16, 2017, Pisa, Italy.

103

Plasma-based CO2 conversion: Better insights by modeling.
A. Bogaerts.
Invited plenary lecture at the “German Physical Society Meeting”, March 13-17, 2017, Bremen, Germany.

102

Plasma-based CO2 conversion: Chemical kinetics modeling.
A. Bogaerts.
Invited keynote lecture at the “Congress on Computational Chemistry for Combustion-Generated Pollutants Mitigation”, March 13-14, 2017, Paris, France.

101

ICP-MS: A better insight through computer modeling.
 A. Bogaerts and M. Aghaei.
Invited lecture at the “European Winter Conference on Plasma Spectrochemistry”, February 19-24, 2017, Sankt Anton, Austria.

100

CO2 conversion into value-added chemicals by plasma and plasma catalysis.
A. Bogaerts.
Invited lecture at the Symposium “Chemical Research in Flanders - CRF”, October 24-26, 2016, Blankenberge, Belgium.

99

Plasma-based CO2 conversion: Better insights by modeling.
A. Bogaerts.
Invited lecture at the “Seventh International Symposium on Plasma Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (iPlasmaNano-VII)”, October 16-20, 2016, Attica, Greece.

98

Plasma catalysis: A better insight by computer modeling.
A. Bogaerts.
Invited lecture at the “Workshop on Plasma Catalysis”, October 13, 2016, Lille, France.

97

Plasma modelling: An overview.
A. Bogaerts.
Invited lecture (Short Course) at the “20th European Summer School on Low Temperature Plasma Physics”, October 1‑6, 2016, Bad Honnef, Germany.

96

Plasma-based CO2 conversion: A combined modeling and experimental study.
A. Bogaerts.
Invited lecture at the “International Symposium on High Pressure Low Temperature Plasma Chemistry” (HAKONE), September 11 -16, 2016, Brno, Czech Republic.

95

Plasma chemistry modeling for CO2 conversion: A better understanding of energy efficiency and product formation.
A. Bogaerts.
Invited lecture at the “International Workshop on Plasmas for Energy and Environmental Applications”, August 21-24, 2016, Liverpool, U.K.

94

Modeling plasma and plasma catalysis for CO2 conversion.
A. Bogaerts.
Invited lecture at the “Conference: Quo vadis Complex Plasmas”, August 1-4, 2016, Hamburg, Germany.

93

Modeling of CO2 plasmas.
A. Bogaerts.
Invited plenary lecture at the “Eurosectional Conference on Atomic and Molecular Physics of Ionized Gases” (ESCAMPIG), July 12-16, 2016, Bratislava, Slovakia.

92

Challenges for plasma in environmental/energy applications.
A. Bogaerts.
Invited keynote lecture at the “Workshop on the Future of Plasma Science”, February 15-18, 2016, Greifswald, Germany.

91

Computer modeling of a microwave discharge used for CO2 splitting.
A. Bogaerts, A. Berthelot, S. Heijkers and T. Kozak
Invited lecture at the “9th International Workshop on Microwave Discharges: Fundamentals and Applications”, September 7-11, 2015, Cordoba, Spain.

90

Plasma modeling: General overview.
A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture (short course) at the “ISPC Summer School: Plasma Processing Science and Technology”, July 2-4, 2015, Eindhoven, The Netherlands.

89

Plasma modeling: Part I.
A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture (short course) at the “20th International Colloquium on Plasma Processes”, June 1-5, 2015, Saint-Etienne, France.

88

Modeling for ICP-MS: Recent progress and future prospects.
A. Bogaerts and M. Aghaei
Invited lecture at the “2015 European Winter Conference on Plasma Spectrochemistry”, February 18-23, 2015, Münster, Germany.

87

Plasma modeling.
A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “19th European Summer School on Low Temperature Plasma Physics”, October 5‑10, 2014, Bad Honnef, Germany.

86

Plasma conversion of greenhouse gases in value-added chemicals: a modeling point of view.
A. Bogaerts, R. Aerts, S. Kolev, T. Kozak, E. Neyts, R. Snoeckx, W. Somers and K. Van Laer
Invited lecture at the “Fifth International Symposium on Plasma Nanoscience (iPlasmaNano-V)”, September 28 – October 2, 2014, Torremolinos, Spain.

85

Combined plasma chemistry and plasma-surface interactions modeling for CO2 conversion by gas discharge plasmas.
A. Bogaerts, R. Aerts, S. Kolev, T. Kozak, E. Neyts, R. Snoeckx, W. Somers and K. Van Laer
Invited lecture at the “17th International Congress on Plasma Physics” (ICPP), September 15-19, 2014, Lisbon, Portugal.

84

Modeling of plasma-biomolecule interactions for a better understanding of plasma medicine.
A. Bogaerts, M. Yusupov, J. Van der Paal, C. Verlackt and E. Neyts
Invited lecture at the “1st International Workshop on Plasma Cancer Treatment”, March 25-26, 2014, Washington DC, U.S.A.

83

Computer modeling for a better insight in ICP-MS.
A. Bogaerts and M. Aghaei
Invited lecture at the “2014 Winter Conference on Plasma Spectrochemistry”, January 6-11, 2014, Amelia Island, Florida, U.S.A.

82

Plasma modeling.
A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “18th European Summer School on Low Temperature Plasma Physics”, October 6‑10, 2013, Bad Honnef, Germany.

81

Laser-induced plasma formation: A better insight by computer simulations.
A. Bogaerts and D. Autrique
Invited lecture at the “7th Euro-Mediterranean Symposium on Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (EMS-LIBS)”, September 16-20, 2013, Bari, Italy.

80

Improving environmental, medical and materials science applications by a combination of plasma chemistry and plasma-surface interactions modeling.
A. Bogaerts, E. Neyts, R. Snoeckx, W. Somers, J. van der Paal, W. Van Gaens, M. Yusupov
Invited lecture at the “5th Central European Symposium on Plasma Chemistry”, August 25-29, 2013, Balatonkenese, Hungary.

79

Plasmas for greenhouse gas conversion.
A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “6th International Congress of Chemistry and Environment (ICCE)", July 8-10, 2013, Antwerp, Belgium.

78

Modelling of plasmas.
A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “17th European Summer School on Low Temperature Plasma Physics”, October 6-13, 2012, Bad Honnef, Germany.

77

Computer modeling for gaining a better insight in plasma spectrochemistry.
A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies - SciX2012 Conference”, September 28 - October 5, 2012, Kansas City, Missouri, U.S.A.

76

Modeling of plasma and plasma-surface interactions for environmental, medical and nano applications.
A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “26th International Symposium on the Physics of Ionized Gases (SPIG)”, August 27-31, 2012, Zrenjanin, Serbia.

75

Investigation of plasma-bacteria cell wall interaction by atomic-scale simulations.
A. Bogaerts, M. Yusupov and E.C. Neyts
Invited lecture at the “12th European Plasma Conference (High Tech Plasma Processes Conference; HTPP-12)”, June 24-29, 2012, Bologna, Italy.

74

Plasma meets nano(particles): Plasma catalysis for a sustainable society.
A. Bogaerts, C. De Bie, E.C. Neyts and W. Somers
Invited lecture at the “Third International Symposium on Plasma Nanoscience (iPlasmaNano-III)”, February 27 - March 1, 2012, Malaysia.

73

Plasma modeling.
A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “16th European Summer School on Low Temperature Plasma Physics”, October 9-15, 2011, Bad Honnef, Germany.

72

Plasma modeling for various spectrochemistry applications.
A. Bogaerts, H. Lindner, M. Aghaei, D. Autrique and T. Martens
Invited lecture at the “2011 Winter Conference on Plasma Spectrochemistry”, January 30 - February 4, 2011, Zaragoza, Spain.

71

Computer simulations of laser ablation, plume expansion and plasma formation.
A. Bogaerts, M. Aghaei, D. Autrique, H. Lindner, Z. Chen and W. Wendelen
Invited plenary lecture at the “International Conference on Laser and Plasma Applications in Materials Science (LAPAMS’10)”, November 29 - December 2, 2010, Algiers, Algeria.

70

From the sun till plasma TVs: Plasmas in our daily life.
A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “Vlaams Congres van Leraars Wetenschappen”, November 20, 2010, Antwerp, Belgium.

69

Plasma modeling.
A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “15th European Summer School on Low Temperature Plasma Physics”, October 10-15, 2010, Bad Honnef, Germany.

68

Modeling the effect of gaseous impurities in argon glow discharges: a comparative study of H2, N2 and O2.
A. Bogaerts
Invited keynote lecture at the “International Glow Discharge Spectroscopy Symposium 2010”, August 22-25, 2010, Albi, France.

67

Dielectric barrier discharges used for the conversion of greenhouse gases: Modeling the plasma chemistry by fluid simulations.
A. Bogaerts, C. De Bie, T. Martens, J. van Dijk, S. Paulussen and B. Verheyde
Invited lecture at the “20th European Conference on the Atomic and Molecular Physics of Ionized Gases (ESCAMPIG XX)”, July 13-17, 2010, Novi Sad, Serbia.

66

Computer modeling of plasma chemistry and plasma-surface interactions for various plasma processing applications.
A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “Gordon Research Conference on Plasma Processing Science”, July 11-16, 2010, New London, New Hampshire, U.S.A.

65

Fluid modeling of dielectric barrier discharges for environmental applications.
A. Bogaerts, C. De Bie, T. Martens, J. van Dijk, S. Paulussen and B. Verheyde
Invited lecture at the “High Technology Plasma Processes Conference (HTPP11)”, June 27 - July 3, 2010, Brussels, Belgium.

64

Modeling approaches for a better insight in various low temperature plasma applications.
A. Bogaerts, E. Bultinck, C. De Bie, M. Eckert, T. Martens, S. Tinck
Invited lecture at the “Joint Belgian and Dutch Physical Society Meeting”, April 23, 2010, Utrecht, The Netherlands.

63

Modeling of low-temperature plasmas: Some case studies of different modeling approaches.
A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “Kinetic Modeling Workshop of the 62nd Annual Gaseous Electronics Conference (GEC)”, October 19-23, 2009, Saratoga Springs, New York, U.S.A.

62

Modeling of laser ablation for ICP-MS.
A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “Symposium of the Discussion Group for Plasma Spectrochemistry in Japan”, October 9, 2009, Tokyo, Japan.

61

Computer simulations for plasma etching applications.
A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “Micro- and Nano-Engineering (MNE) Conference”, September 28 - October 1, 2009, Ghent, Belgium.

60

Computer modeling for plasmas and plasma-surface interactions.
A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “Workshop on Plasma and Plasma Simulation Softwares”, September 1-2, 2009, Namur, Belgium.

59

Computer modeling for predicting the effects of nitrogen addition to argon glow discharges.
A. Bogaerts
Keynote lecture at the “Colloquium Spectroscopicum Internationale XXXVI”, August 31 - September 3, 2009, Budapest, Hungary.

58

Modeling of the plasma chemistry and plasma-surface interactions in reactive plasmas.
A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “International Symposium on Plasma Chemistry (ISPC 19)”, July 26-31, 2009, Bochum, Germany.

57

Plasma modelling.
A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “14th European Summer School on Low Temperature Plasma Physics”, July 22-25, 2009, Bad Honnef, Germany.

56

Plasma assisted conversion of greenhouse gases to value-added chemicals.
S. Paulussen and A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “29th International Conference on Physics of Ionized Gases (ICPIG)”, July 12-17, 2009, Cancun, Mexico.

55

Modelling laser ablation processes for plasma spectrochemistry: Different pieces of the puzzle.
A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “2009 European Winter Conference on Plasma Spectrochemistry”, February 15-20, 2009, Graz, Austria.

54

Computer simulations of processing plasmas.
A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “2008 American Vacuum Society (AVS) Conference - Plasma Science and Technology Division”, October 19-24, 2008, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

53

Overview of plasma modeling.
A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “13th European Summer School on Low Temperature Plasma Physics: Master Class Physical Vapour Deposition”, October 5-11, 2008, Bad Honnef, Germany.

52

Modeling of plasmas, plasma-solid and laser-solid interaction.
A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “35th Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies (FACSS) Conference”, September 28 - October 2, 2008, Reno, Nevada, U.S.A.

51

Numerical modeling of laser induced vaporization, plume expansion and plasma formation.
A. Bogaerts, D. Autrique, W. Wendelen and M. Marinkovic
Invited lecture at the “5th International Conference on Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy”, September 22-26, 2008, Berlin, Germany.

50

Modeling of a dielectric barrier discharge used as a flowing chemical reactor.
D. Petrovic, T. Martens, J. Van Dijk, W.J.M. Brok and A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “24th Summer School and International Symposium on the Physics of Ionized Gases”, August 25-29, 2008, Novi Sad, Serbia.

49

Numerical modeling of plasmas and plasma-surface interactions.
A. Bogaerts and E.C. Neyts
Invited lecture at the “10th High Temperature Plasma Physics Conference (HTPP-10)”, July 7-11, 2008, Patras, Greece.

48

Introduction to magnetron sputtering: basic physical processes and mechanisms.
A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “12th European Summer School on Low Temperature Plasma Physics: Master Class Physical Vapour Deposition”, October 6-13, 2007, Bad Honnef, Germany.

47

Van de neonlamp tot de plasma-TV: plasma’s in ons dagelijks leven.
A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “Centre for Post-academic Education (“Centrum voor Naschoolse Opleiding, CNO”)”, October 3, 2007, Antwerp, Belgium.

46

From the laser-solid interaction till the aerosol transport to the ICP: a simulation tour of laser ablation.
A. Bogaerts, D. Bleiner and D. Autrique
Invited lecture at the ”Colloquium Spectroscopicum Internationale XXXV“, September 23-27, 2007, Xiamen, P.R. China.

45

Modelling of analytical glow discharges.
A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “GLADNET Training Course” (in framework of a European Marie Curie Research Training Network), September 11, 2007, Antwerp, Belgium.

44

Computer modelling of etch plasmas: capacitively coupled and inductively coupled rf discharges.
A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “Plasma Etch and Strip in Microelectronics Workshop”, September 10-11, 2007, Leuven, Belgium.

43

Computer simulations of gas discharges for a better understanding of the plasma behaviour.
A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “Annual Plasma Physics Conference”, April 2-4, 2007, Dublin, Ireland.

42

Reaction mechanisms and thin a-C:H film growth from low energy hydrocarbon radicals.
E.C. Neyts and A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “5th EU-Japan Joint Symposium on Plasma Processing: Radicals and Non-Equilibrium Processes in Low-Temperature Plasmas”, March 7-9, 2007, Belgrade, Serbia.

41

Plasma modelling: the type of discharge dictates the best model to be used.
A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “19th Symposium on Plasma Physics & Radiation Technology”, March 7-8, 2007, Lunteren, The Netherlands.

40

Laser ablation and sample transport: The heartbeat and blood circuit of LA-ICPMS.
A. Bogaerts, D. Bleiner and D. Autrique
Invited lecture at the “2007 European Winter Conference on Plasma Spectrochemistry”, February 18-23, 2007, Taormina, Italy.

39

Everything you always wanted to know about laser ablation setups, but were afraid to measure (…and thought to simulate).
D. Bleiner and A. Bogaerts
Invited opening lecture at the “8th European Workshop on Laser Ablation in Elemental Analysis”, July 19-21, 2006, Zürich, Switzerland.

38

IR laser ablation of water-rich targets at atmospheric pressure.
Z. Chen, A. Bogaerts and A. Vertes
Invited lecture at the “Symposium on Numerical Modelling of the Interactions of Laser Pulses with a Solid and with Plasma”, June 19, 2006, Antwerp, Belgium.

37

Frozen plumes and hot metals: A simulation tour to the heart of laser microanalysis.
D. Bleiner, D. Autrique, Z. Chen and A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “Symposium on Numerical Modelling of the Interactions of Laser Pulses with a Solid and with Plasma”, June 19, 2006, Antwerp, Belgium.

36

Modelling of the synthesis and subsequent growth of nanoparticles in dusty plasmas.
K. De Bleecker and A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “High Technology Plasma Processes 2006 Symposium”, May 29 - June 4, 2006, St. Petersburg, Russia.

35

Technological plasmas: principles and applications.
A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “International Scientific Meeting of the Belgian and Dutch Physical Societies”, April 28, 2006, Leiden, The Netherlands.

34

Computer modelling of fluorocarbon discharges in single- and dual-frequency plasma reactors.
V. Georgieva and A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “6th International Workshop on Fluorocarbon Plasmas”, March 19-23, 2006, Villard-de-Lans, France.

33

Numerical modelling for laser ablation, followed by plume expansion and plasma formation.
A. Bogaerts, Z. Chen and D. Bleiner
Invited lecture at the “32nd Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies (FACSS) Conference”, October 9-13, 2005, Quebec City, Canada.

32

Computer simulations of processing plasmas.
A. Bogaerts, K. De Bleecker, V. Georgieva, I. Kolev, M. Madani and E.C. Neyts
Invited lecture at the “14th International Summer School on Vacuum, Electron and Ion Technologies”, September 12-16, 2005, Sunny Beach, Bulgaria.

31

PIC-MC model for planar magnetron discharges.
A. Bogaerts and I. Kolev
Invited lecture at the “Summer Workshop: Nonlocal, Collisionless Electron Transport in Plasmas”, Plasma Physics Laboratory, Princeton University, August 9-11, 2005, Princeton, New Jersey, U.S.A.

30

Comprehensive PIC-MC modelling of a dc planar magnetron discharge, including simulation of gas heating and sputtering.
A. Bogaerts and I. Kolev
Invited lecture at the “8th International Symposium on Sputtering and Plasma Processes”, June 8-10, 2005, Kanazawa, Japan.

29

Laser ablatie: kan modelleren ons helpen om 'het licht te zien'?
A. Bogaerts and Z. Chen
Invited lecture at the “Atomic Spectrometry Meeting” of the Royal Dutch Chemical Society, November 25, 2004, Utrecht, The Netherlands.

28

Modeling of gas discharge plasmas: What can we learn from it?
A. Bogaerts, K. De Bleecker, I. Kolev, M. Madani and E.C. Neyts
Invited lecture at the “9th International Conference on Plasma Surface Engineering”, September 13-17, 2004, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany.

27

Laser ablation: can modeling help us 'to see the light'?
A. Bogaerts and Z. Chen
Invited lecture at the “2nd International Workshop on Characterization and Exploitation of Particle-Induced Desorption Mechanisms”, June 7-8, 2004, Leuven, Belgium.

26

Numerical modelling for a better understanding of gas discharge plasmas.
A. Bogaerts, K. De Bleecker, V. Georgieva, D. Herrebout, I. Kolev, M. Madani and E.C. Neyts
Invited lecture at the “European Materials Research Society Spring Meeting” - symposium "High Tech Plasma Processes", May 24-28, 2004, Strasbourg, France.

25

Laser ablation: Can modeling help us 'to see the light'?
A. Bogaerts and Z. Chen
Invited lecture at the “2004 Winter Conference on Plasma Spectrochemistry”, January 5-10, 2004, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, U.S.A.

24

Plasma modelling: Overview of activities.
A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “Joint EU-Japan Symposium on Plasma Processing”, July 21-22, 2003, Stockholm, Sweden.

23

Plasma simulations for analytical chemistry and technological applications.
A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “5th Workshop on the Exploration of Low Temperature Plasma Physics”, November 28-29, 2002, Kerkrade, The Netherlands.

22

Study of magnetron discharges: Modelling of the plasma behaviour and of the reactive ion-solid interaction.
A. Bogaerts, I. Kolev and Z. Chen
Invited lecture at the ”Symposium on Reactive Sputtering and Related Phenomena IV”, November 21-22, 2002, Ghent, Belgium.

21

Modelling of glow discharges: From basic understanding towards applications.
A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “International Symposium on GD-OES for Surface Analysis”, November 19-21, 2002, Keio University, Yokohama, Japan.

20

Modelling of glow discharges: dc, rf and pulsed operation: possibilities and limitations.
A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “29th Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies (FACSS) Conference”, October 13-17, 2002, Providence, Rhode Island, U.S.A.

19

Modelling of glow discharges for spectrochemical and laser applications.
A. Bogaerts and R. Gijbels
Invited lecture at the “34th European Group of Atomic Spectroscopy (EGAS) Conference”, July 9-12, 2002, Sofia, Bulgaria.

18

Modelling calculations for the effect of hydrogen in argon glow discharges.
A. Bogaerts and R. Gijbels
Invited lecture at the “2002 Winter Conference on Plasma Spectrochemistry”, January 6-12, 2002, Scottsdale, Arizona, U.S.A.

17

Modelling of magnetron discharges.
A. Bogaerts and I. Kolev
Invited lecture at the “Symposium on Magnetron and Arc Discharges for Thin Layer Deposition”, November 14-15, 2001, Orsay, France.

16

Hybrid modelling network for glow discharges with copper cathode sputtering.
A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “54th Gaseous Electronics Conference”, October 9-12, 2001, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

15

Plasma spectrochemical methods for accurate chemical analysis.
F. Adams and A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “28th Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies (FACCS) Conference”, October 5-12, 2001, Detroit, Michigan, U.S.A.

14

Modelling of glow discharges for atomic spectrometry.
A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “28th Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies (FACCS) Conference”, October 5-12, 2001, Detroit, Michigan, U.S.A.

13

Computer modelling of gas discharges for technological applications.
R. Gijbels and A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “12th Int. School on Vacuum, Electron and Ion Technologies”, September 17-21, 2001, Varna, Bulgaria.

12

Modelling of glow discharges.
A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “13th Symposium on Applications of Plasma Processes”, January 15-21, 2001, Tale, Slovakia.

11

Modelling of analytical glow discharge plasmas.
A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “Analytica Conference 2000”, April 11-14, 2000, Munich, Germany.

10

Numerical modelling of glow discharge mass spectrometry.
A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “2nd Meeting on Crossing Borders in Mass Spectrometry”, April 5, 2000, Antwerp, Belgium.

  9

Model network for argon glow discharge plasmas: The output cannot be better than the input data.
A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “International Conference on Atomic & Molecular Data and Their Applications”, March 26-30, 2000, Oxford, U.K.

  8

Glow discharge models: What can we learn from them?
A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “2000 Winter Conference on Plasma Spectrochemistry”, January 10-15, 2000, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, U.S.A.

  7

Modelling of glow discharges - What can we learn from it?
A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “Symposium on Glow Discharge Optical Emission Spectrometry”, November 5, 1999, Mol, Belgium.

  6

Modelling of argon glow discharges: Comparison of direct current and radio frequency discharges.
A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “XXIV International Conference on Phenomena in Ionized Gases”, July 12-16, 1999, Warsaw, Poland.

  5

The glow discharge: An exciting plasma!
A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “1999 Winter Conference on Plasma Spectrochemistry”, January 11-15, 1999, Pau, France.

  4

Computer simulation of dc glow discharge plasmas and comparison with experiments.
A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “Symposium about New Trends in Plasma Deposition”, November 20, 1998, Mol, Belgium.

  3

New developments and applications in GDMS.
A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “4. Symposiums über Massenspektrometrische Verfahren der Elementspurenanalyse”, September 28 - October 1, 1998, Mainz, Germany.

  2

Comprehensive modelling network for dc glow discharges in argon.
A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “XIVth Europhysics Conference on Atomic & Molecular Physics of Ionized Gases”, August 26-29, 1998, Dublin, Ireland.

  1

Modelling of glow discharges.
A. Bogaerts and R. Gijbels
Invited lecture at the “1998 Winter Conference on Plasma Spectrochemistry”, January 5-10, 1998, Scottsdale, Arizona, U.S.A.

Erik C. Neyts

37
New chemistry at the plasma–catalyst interface: From atomic scale simulations to general insight.
E. C. Neyts
Invited keynote at the "7th International Workshop on Plasma Science & Entrepreneurship", 2-3/11/2020 (online), Bochum, Germany.


36

Modeling reactive molecule - surface interactions at the atomic scale: challenges and opportunities.
E.C. Neyts
Invited keynote lecture at the "International Conference on Conference on Coatings on Glass and Plastic (ICCG12 Conference)", 11-15 June 2019, Würzburg, Germany.

35

Atomistic modelling of plasma-surface interactions: New challenges and new solutions.
E.C. Neyts
Invited lecture at the “21st  European Summer School on Low Temperature Plasma Physics - Masterclass”, 13-14 October 2017, Bad Honnef, Germany.

34

Understanding the effect of plasma surface charging on the catalytic surface activation of CO2 from quantum chemical modeling.
E.C. Neyts
Invited plenary presentation at "CiP/Miatec 2017", June 26-30, 2017, Nice, France.

33

Recent advances in simulating plasma-surface interactions at the molecular level.
E.C. Neyts
Invited presentation at "iPlasmaNano-VII Conference", October 16-20, 2016,Vravrona, Greece.

32

Addressing long time scales in molecular simulations.
E.C. Neyts
Invited presentation at the “5th Summer Institute Complex Plasmas”, August 8 – 12, 2016, Kiel, Germany.

31

Molecular modeling of plasma-surface interactions.
E.C. Neyts
Invited presentation at the “Qua Vadis Comples Plasmas” conference, August 1 – 4, 2016, Hamburg, Germany.

30

Recent advances in molecular simulations for plasma-surface interactions and plasma catalysis.
E.C. Neyts
Invited presentation at the “2016 International Symposium on Plasmas for Catalyses and Energy Materials, ISPCEM 2016”, June 29 – July 2, 2016, Tianjin, P.R. China.

29

How can molecular simulations contribute to generating input data for plasma modeling?
E.C. Neyts
Invited presentation at the “Workshop on Input Data for Plasma Modeling”, April 22, 2016, Eindhoven, The Netherlands.

28

Plasma-nano-catalysis: on the importance of nanoscale thermodynamics and kinetcs.
E.C. Neyts
Invited presentation at the “22nd International Symposium on Plasma Chemistry”, July 5-10, 2015, University of Antwerp, Belgium.

27

Recent advances in understanding carbon nanotube growth through atomic scale simluations.
E.C. Neyts
Invited plenary presentation at the “16th International Conference on the Science and Application of Nanotubes (NT15)”, June 29 - July 3, 2015, Nagoya University, Japan.

26

Recent advances in understanding carbon nanotube growth through atomic scale simluations.
E.C. Neyts
Invited presentation at the “10th International Symposium on Computational Challenges and Tools for Nanotubes”, June 28, 2015, Nagoya University, Japan.

25

Molecular dynamics and Monte Carlo simulations – basics.
E.C. Neyts
Invited presentation at Tyndall National Institute, March 4-6, 2015, Cork, Ireland.

24

Nanoscale perspectives on plasma catalysis.
E.C. Neyts
Invited presentation at the "iPlasmaNano-V conference", September 29 - October 2, 2014, Torremolinos, Spain.

23

Plasma-nano-catalysis: towards an atomic scale insight through molecular modeling.
E.C. Neyts
Invited plenary presentation at the "2014 International Symposium on Plasmas for Catalyses and Energy Materials (ISPCEM-2014)", September 13-16, 2014, Tianjin, P.R. China.

22

Behaviour of reactive plasma species in water from atomic scale simulations.
E.C. Neyts
Invited presentation at the "Lorentz workshop Gas/Plasma-Liquid Interface: Transport, Chemistry and Fundamental Data”, August 4-8, 2014, Leiden, The Netherlands.

21

Molecular dynamics simulations of plasma-biomolecule interactions.
E. C. Neyts, M. Yusupov, C. Verlackt, J. Van Der Paal and A. Bogaerts
Invited plenary presentation at the “International Workshop on Diagnostics and Modelling for Plasma Medicine ( DMPM2014)", May 23-24, 2014, Nara, Japan.

20

Towards an atomic scale insight in plasma catalysis, plasma medicine and plasma-based growth of nanomaterials.
E.C. Neyts
Invited presentation at the "8th International Conference on Reactive Plasmas (ICRP-8)", February 4-7, 2014, Fukuoka, Japan.

19

Simulating plasma-surface interactions at the atomic scale under non-equilibrium conditions.
E.C. Neyts
Invited presentation at the "Lorentz Workshop", January 6-10, 2014, Leiden/Nieuwegein, The Netherlands.

18

Understanding plasma-surface interactions through atomic scale modeling.
E.C. Neyts
Invited presentation at the "ICPSA 2013 Conference", December 4-6, 2013, Singapore, Singapore.

17

Molecular dynamics simulations of plasma-surface interactions.
E.C. Neyts, J. Minnebo and A. Bogaerts
Invited presentation at the "IAP workshop on Fundamentals of plasma-surface interactions", November 8, 2013, Antwerp, Belgium.

16

Atomic scale simulations of reactive systems.
E.C. Neyts, W. Somers, M. Yusupov, S. Aernouts, J. van der Paal and A. Bogaerts
Invited presentation at the "iPlasmaNano-IV Conference", August 25-29, 2013, Monterey, California, U.S.A.

15

Simulated PECVD growth of carbon nanotubes: state-of-the-art, challenges and perspectives.
E.C. Neyts
Invited presentation at the “APPC12 - 12th Asia Pacific Physics Conference”, July 16, 2013, Makuhari Messe, Chiba, Japan.

14

Nucleation of SWCNTs in plasma enhanced CVD.
E.C. Neyts
Invited presentation at the “6th Guadalupe Workshop on the Nucleation and Growth of SWCNTs”, April 12-16, 2013, Bandera, Texas, U.S.A.

13

Modeling the growth of SWNTs and graphene on the atomic scale.
E.C. Neyts
Invited presentation at the “221st ECS - Electrochemical Society Meeting”, May 6-10, 2012, Seattle, WA, U.S.A.

12

Simulation SWNT growth: from thermal to plasma.
E.C. Neyts
Invited keynote presentation at the “Third International Symposium on Plasma Nanoscience (iPlasmaNano-III)”, February 27 - March 1, 2012, Desaru, Malaysia.

11

Towards understanding SWNT growth: insights from a hybrid MD/MC approach.
E.C. Neyts
Invited lecture at the “Workshop on Graphene and Carbon Nanotubes”, September 23, 2011, IMEC vzw, Leuven, Belgium.

10

Simulating PECVD growth of carbon nanotubes on the atomic level.
E.C. Neyts, A.C.T. van Duin and A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “30th International Conference on Phenomena in Ionized Gases (ICPIG)”, August 28 - September 2, 2011, Belfast, U.K.

  9

Towards chiral angle control of SWNTs: insights from a hybrid MD/MC modeling approach.
E.C. Neyts
Invited lecture at the “Computational Challenges and Tools for Nanotubes” satellite symposium of the “12th International Conference on the Science and Application of Nanotubes 2011 (NT2011)”, July 11-16, 2011, Cambridge, U.K.

  8

Simulating the formation of plasma-generated nanostructures.
E.C. Neyts and A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “2nd International Symposium on Plasma Nanoscience (iPlasmaNano-II)”, December 12-15, 2010, New South Wales, Australia.

  7

Theoretical formation of exo- and endohedral Ni-metallofullerene.
E.C. Neyts and A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “International Conference of Computational Methods in Sciences and Engineering 2009 (ICCMSE 2009)”, September 29 - October 4, 2009, Rhodos, Greece.

  6

Modeling of plasmas and plasma growth of carbon nanostructured materials.
E.C. Neyts and A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “Plasmas, Computation and Mathematics Meeting, July 18-21, 2009, Ambleside, U.K.

  5

Modeling of hydrocarbon plasmas for nanoparticle formation and growth of carbon nanostructures.
E.C. Neyts and A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “36th European Physical Society (EPS) Conference on Plasma Physics”, June 29 - July 3, 2009, Sofia, Bulgaria.

  4

Modeling of plasmas and plasma-surface interactions for the synthesis of carbon nanostructures.
E.C. Neyts and A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “Society of Vacuum Coaters Plasma Processing Conference”, May 9-14, 2009, Santa Clara, California, U.S.A.

  3

Modeling of plasma-surface interaction.
E.C. Neyts and A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “EU-Japan Joint Symposium on Plasma Processing”, April 23-26, 2009, Liblice, Czech Republic.

  2

Numerical modeling of plasmas and plasma-surface interactions.
A. Bogaerts and E.C. Neyts
Invited lecture at the “High Temperature Plasma Physics Conference (HTPP-10)”, July 7-11, 2008, Patras, Greece.

  1

Reaction mechanisms and thin a-C:H film growth from low energy hydrocarbon radicals.
E.C. Neyts and A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “5th EU-Japan Joint Symposium on Plasma Processing: Radicals and Non-Equilibrium Processes in Low-Temperature Plasmas”, March 7-9, 2007, Belgrade, Serbia.

Maryam Aghaei

11

Particle transport in the ICP torch: What modeling reveals.
M. Aghaei
Invited lecture at the "9th Nordic Conference on Plasma Spectrochemistry", June 10-13, 2018, Loen, Norway.

10

Particle journey through an ICP torch: What modeling reveals.
M. Aghaei
Invited lecture at the "16th Czech-Slovak Spectroscopic Conference", May 27-31, 2018, Luhačovice, Czech Republic.

9

Analyte journey through an ICP torch: A computational study.
M. Aghaei
Invited lecture at the "7th Asia-Pacific Winter Conference", November 12-17, 2017, Matsue-city, Shimane, Japan.

8

Particle transport through an ICP torch: What can we learn from modeling?
M. Aghaei
Keynote lecture at the "Beijing Conference and Exhibition on Instrumental Analysis", October 9-12, 2017, Beijing, P.R. China.

7

Inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry:  What can we learn from modeling?
M. Aghaei
Invited lecture at the "High Tech Plasma Processing Conference", July 3-7, 2016, Munich, Germany.

6

Computational study of analyte transport trough an inductively coupled plasma torch.
M. Aghaei
Invited lecture at the "10th International Conference on Plasma Assisted Technologies", March 7-10, 2016, Cancun, Mexico.

5

What modeling reveals about the properties of an inductively coupled plasma.
M. Aghaei
Invited interview in Spectroscopy, 31(1), 52-59; January 2016.

4

Particle transport in the ICP torch: A closer look through computations.
M. Aghaei
Invited lecture at the "2016 Winter Conference on Plasma Spectrochemistry", January 11-16, 2016, Tucson, Arizona, U.S.A.

3

Modeling of an inductively coupled plasma connected to a mass spectrometer, from the underlying mechanisms to analytical optimization.
M. Aghaei and A. Bogaerts
Invited keynote lecture at the "6th Asia-Pacific Winter Conference on Plasma Chemistry (2015 APWC)", May 19-22, 2015, Xiamen, P.R. China.

2

Gas flow dynamics in an ICPMS: description, explanation and optimization.
M. Aghaei and A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the "Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies - SciX2013", September 29 - October 4, 2013, Milwaukee, WI, U.S.A.

1

Inductively coupled plasma connected to a mass spectrometer: Optimization through computations.
M. Aghaei
Invited lecture at the “Symposium of the Atomic Spectroscopy working group of the section Analytical Chemistry, Dutch Royal Society of Chemistry”, May 30, 2013, Deventer, The Netherlands.

Umedjon Khalilov

5

Role of Growth Species in Carbon Nanotube Nucleation: Hybrid MD/MC Study.
U. Khalilov
Invited lecture at the "International Conference of Computational Methods in Science and Engineering (ICCMSE), May 1-5, 2019, Rhodes, Greece."

4

Nanoscale mechanisms of plasma-based nucleation of carbon nanostructures.
U. Khalilov
Invited lecture at the "Energy Materials and Nanotechnology (EMN) Greece Meeting 2018", May 14-18, 2018, Heraklion-Crete, Greece.

3

 

Understanding the importance of hydrogen in catalyzed CNT growth from hybrid MD/tfMC simulations.
U. Khalilov and E.C. Neyts
Invited lecture at the "7th International Workshop and Summer School on Plasma Physics", June 26 - July 02, 2016, Kiten, Bulgaria.

2

Towards an atomistic scale understanding of CNT growth from hydrocarbons.
U. Khalilov, A. Bogaerts and E.C. Neyts
Invited lecture at the "Energy Materials Nanotechnology (EMN) Croatia Meeting", May 4-7, 2016, Dubrovnik, Croatia.

1

Combined MD/MC simulations of carbon nanotube cap formation from hydrocarbons and CNT etching.
U. Khalilov, A. Bogaerts and E.C. Neyts
Invited lecture at the "9th International Conference on Computational Physics", January 7-11, 2015, National University of Singapore (NUS), Singapore.

 

Ramses Snoeckx

3

Plasma-based CO2 conversion: Experiments and modeling.
R. Snoeckx and A. Bogaerts.
Invited lecture at the "AVS 63 Symposium on Plasma Chemistry", American Vacuum Society meeting, November 6-11, 2016, Nashville, U.S.A.

2

Plasma catalysis for the conversion of CO2.
R. Snoeckx and A. Bogaerts.
Invited lecture at the “ENMIX Workshop on  CO2 Conversion”, September 18, 2014, Bled, Slovenia.

1

Plasma based CO2 conversion: a modelling point of view.
R. Snoeckx, R. Aerts, S. Kolev, T. Kozak, W. Somers, K. Van Lear, A. Berthelot and A. Bogaerts.
Invited presentation at the "E3C3 CO2 Workshop - CO2 Dissociation – Reactive Plasma for Building Molecules”, March 2-5, 2014, Ile de Tatihou, Normandie, France.

 

Stefan Tinck

1

Computer modeling of inductively coupled plasmas: plasma chemistry and feature profile simulations, for a better understanding of plasma etching and deposition.
S. Tinck, S. Zhao, M. Mao and A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the “3rd International Conference on Microelectronics and Plasma Technology”, July 4-7, 2011, Dalian, China.

Maksudbek Yusupov

5

Atomic scale simulations for plasma medicine: Behavior of oxidized cell membranes.
M. Yusupov and A. Bogaerts.
Invited lecture at the “7th International Symposium for Plasma Biosciences” (ISPB-2017-7), June 27-29, 2017, Jeju, Korea.

4

Plasma-induced oxidation of the lipid bilayer: Insights from molecular level modeling.
M. Yusupov, J. Razzokov and A. Bogaerts
Invited talk at the "3rd Strasbourg Workshop on Membrane Biophysics (SWOMB 2018)", December 3–4, 2018, Strasbourg, France.

3

Atomic scale simulations for plasma medicine: behavior of oxidized cell membranes.
M. Yusupov and A. Bogaerts
Invited talk at the "2017 International Forum on Functional Materials (IFFM 2017)", June 27-29, 2017, Jeju, Korea.

2

Properties of oxidized lipid bilayers: a multi-level modeling approach.
M. Yusupov, J. Van der Paal, E.C. Neyts and A. Bogaerts
Plenary lecture at the "International Conference on Electrical Discharges with Liquids (ICEDL 2016)", March 13-17, 2016, Kocaeli (Izmit), Turkey.

1

Plasma-induced oxidation of the phospholipid bilayer: insights from atomistic simulations.
M. Yusupov, J. Van der Paal, E.C. Neyts and A. Bogaerts
Invited lecture at the "19th Gaseous Electronics Meeting (GEM 2016)", February 14-17, 2016, Geelong, Australia.