Maryam Aghaei

Post-doc Fellow FWO

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About Maryam Aghaei

FWO research project (2):

Modelling and experimental validation of a flowing atmospheric pressure afterglow source used for ambient ionization mass spectrometry

Parallel projects: CO2 conversion and N2 fixation, computational andexperimental study

FWO research project (1):  

Nanoparticle transport in inductively coupled plasmas: A better insight through computer modeling

PhD Thesis:  

Computational study of an Inductively Coupled Plasma at atmospheric pressure  
with the presence of a Mass Spectrometer interface (ICPMS)

Research stays:  

- Prof Kay Niemax's group, ISAS, Dortmund, Germany, June 2011

- Prof Gary Hieftje's group, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, USA, January 2012

- Prof Detlef Günther's group, ETH, Zurich, Switzerland, June 2013

- Prof Detlef Günther's group, ETH, Zurich, Switzerland, Fabruary 2017

Invited talks/keynotes/journal interviews/web-seminars

  1. “ICPMS: optimization through computations”, Symposium of the Atomic Spectroscopy working group of the section Analytical Chemistry, Dutch Royal Society of Chemistry, May 30, 2013, Deventer, The Netherlands.
  2. “Gas flow dynamics in ICPMS: Description, explanation and optimization”, SCIX 2013, September-October, Milwaukee, WI, U.S.A.
  3. “Understanding the Underlying Mechanisms of ICP-OES and ICP-MS”, an invited  web seminar hosted by “SPECTROSCOPY”, January 29, 2014, U.S.A.
  4. “Modeling of an ICP connected to a mass spectrometer, from the underlying mechanisms to analytical optimization”, keynote lecture, 6th Asia-Pacific Winter Conference on Plasma Chemistry, May 19-22, 2015, Xiamen, China.
  5. “Particle transport in the ICP torch: a closer look through computations”, Winter Conference on Plasma Spectrochemistry", January 11-16, 2016, Tucson, Arizona, U.S.A.
  6. Modeling an Inductively Coupled Plasma Torch  by means of FLUENT”, half a day training at a Workshop on Plasma Diagnostics, Plasma Materials processing and Surface and Thin Film Analysis, Marie Curie initial training network, January 25-27, 2016, Antwerp, Belgium.
  7. “What modeling reveals about the properties of an inductively coupled plasma”, Invited interview, SPECTROSCOPY 31 (1), 52-59, January 2016, U.S.A.
  8. “Computational study of analyte transport trough an ICP torch”, 10th International Conference on Plasma Assisted Technologies, March 7-10, 2016, Cancun, Mexico.
  9. “Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry:  what can we learn from modeling?”, High Tech Plasma Processing conference, July 3-7, 2016, Munich, Germany.
  10. “Particle transport through an ICP torch: what can we learn from modeling?”, Keynote lecture, Beijing conference and exhibition on instrumental analysis, October 9-12, 2017, Beijing, China.
  11. “Analyte journey through an ICP torch: a computational study”,7th Asia-Pacific Winter Conference, November 12-17, 2017, Matsue-city, Shimane, Japan.
  12. “Particle journey through an ICP torch: what modeling reveals”, 16th Czech-Slovak Spectroscopic Conference, Scheduled for May 27 - 31, 2018, Luhačovice, Czech Republic.
  13. Particle transport in the ICP torch: What modeling reveals? 9th Nordic Conference on Plasma Spectrochemistry, June 10-13, 2018, Loen, Norway.
  14. “Modeling an ICP torch by means of FLUENT: Fundamentals and challenges”, Two hours course during the 9th Nordic Conference on Plasma Spectrochemistry, June 10-13, 2018, Loen, Norway.
  15. “Ion cloud formation and nanoparticle transport in the ICP torch: What modeling reveals?” Symposium of the Atomic Spectroscopy working group, Dutch Royal Society of Chemistry, December 18, 2018, Utrecht, The Netherlands.

Statute & functions

Bijzonder academisch personeel
  • post-doc navorser FWO 1 hern.

Contact

Campus Drie Eiken
Universiteitsplein 1
D.B.205
2610 Wilrijk
België
Tel. 032652360
maryam.aghaei@uantwerpen.be