PhD Dissertations

If needed, an electronic copy of one of the PhD-theses can be obtained upon simple request to: luc.vantdack@uantwerpen.be.

Igor Belov

Plasma-assisted conversion of carbon dioxide.
University of Antwerp, October 2017
 

Samira Dabaghmanesh

Atomistic modelling of the structural and electronic properties of Cr-based oxides and their potential application as TCO-materials.
University of Antwerp, October 2017
 

Koen Van Laer

Numerical and experimental study of a packed bed plasma reactor for environmental applications.
University of Antwerp, June 2017
 

Stijn Huygh

Towards a fundamental understanding of plasma - TiO2 catalyst interaction for greenhouse gas conversion.
University of Antwerp, May 2017
 

Ramses Snoeckx

Plasma technology.  A novel solution for CO2 conversion?
University of Antwerp, May 2017
PDF (13.3 Mb)

Christophe De Bie

Fluid modeling of the plasma-assisted conversion of greenhouse gases to value-added chemicals in a dielectric barrier discharge.
University of Antwerp, December 2016
PDF (4.1 Mb)

Alp Ozkan

CO2 splitting in a dielectric barier discharge plasma: understanding of physical and chemical aspects.
Université Libre de Bruxelles and University of Antwerp, October 2016
PDF (5.5 Mb)

Wesley Somers

Atomic scale simulations of the interactions of plasma species on nickel catalyst surfaces.
University of Antwerp, September 2015
PDF (6.4 Mb)

Wouter Van Gaens

Plasma chemistry modelling of an atmospheric pressure argon plasma jet with air impurities for plasma medicine applications.
University of Antwerp, November 2014
PDF (4.1 Mb)

Robby Aerts

Experimental and computational study of dielectric barrier discharges for environmental applications.
University of Antwerp, November 2014
PDF (6.1 Mb)

Mahsa Setareh

Computational study of CH4 and CF4 conversion in the presence of N2 and O2 in plasma discharges (in Farsi).
University of Tehran (Iran) and University of Antwerp, September 2014
 

Maksudbek Yusupov

Atomic scale simulations for a better insight in plasma medicine.
University of Antwerp, July 2014
PDF (3.3 Mb)

Quang-Zhi Zhang

PIC/MCC simulations for capacitively coupled plasmas in mixed direct current and radio frequency discharges (in Chinese).
Dalian University of Technology (P.R. China) and University of Antwerp, June 2014
PDF (2.9 Mb)

Maryam Aghaei

Computational study of inductively coupled plasma mass spectroscopy (ICP-MS).
University of Antwerp, May 2014
PDF (12 Mb)

David Autrique

Multiphase modelling of a ns-laser-irradiated copper sample.
University of Antwerp, April 2014
 

Wouter Wendelen

Modeling ultrashort pulsed laser induced electron emission.
University of Antwerp, April 2014
PDF (22 Mb)

Yu-Ru Zhang

Numerical investigation of the electromagnetic effects in very high frequency capacitively coupled plasmas (in Chinese).
Dalian University of Technology (P.R. China) and University of Antwerp, December 2013
PDF (8.9 Mb)

Umedjon Khalilov

New perspectives on thermal and hyperthermal oxidation of Si surfaces.
University of Antwerp, February 2013
PDF (5.7 Mb)

Stefan Tinck

Numerical simulations of inductively coupled plasmas for applications in the microelectronics industry.
University of Antwerp, October 2011
PDF (14 Mb)

Maxie Eckert

Combined molecular dynamics and Monte Carlo simulations for the deposition of (ultra)nanocrystalline diamond.
University of Antwerp, November 2010
PDF (59 Mb)

Tom Martens

Numerical simulation of dielectric barrier discharges.
University of Antwerp, April 2010
PDF (2.8 Mb)

Evi Bultinck

Numerical simulation of a magnetron discharge utilized for the reactive sputter deposition of titanium nitride and oxide layers.
University of Antwerp, September 2009
PDF (6.1 Mb)

Ivan Kolev

Particle-in-cell-Monte-Carlo collisions simulations for a direct current planar magnetron discharge.
University of Antwerp, June 2007
PDF (11 Mb)

Kathleen De Bleecker

Modeling of the formation and behavior of nanoparticles in dusty plasmas.
University of Antwerp, May 2006
PDF (46 Mb)

Myriam Madani

Fluid modeling of a dielectric barrier discharge.
University of Antwerp, April 2006
 

Erik C. Neyts

Mathematical simulation of the deposition of diamond-like carbon (DLC) films.
University of Antwerp, March 2006
PDF (3.5 Mb)

Violeta Georgieva

Computer modeling of low-pressure fluorocarbon-based discharges for etching purposes.
University of Antwerp, January 2006
PDF (4.4 Mb)

Neyda Baguer-Perez

Numerical modeling of a hollow cathode discharge.
University of Antwerp, December 2005
PDF (2.3 Mb)

Dieter Herrebout

Modelling of methane, acetylene and silane plasmas: study of the plasma chemistry.
University of Antwerp, November 2003
PDF (1.5 Mb)

Annemie Bogaerts

Mathematical modeling of a direct current glow discharge in argon.
University of Antwerp, September 1996
PDF (3.1 Mb)

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University of Antwerp, Dept. Chemistry
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Belgium
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