as of July 20, 2018

[Session 1] Plasma Bioscience / Plasma Agriculture / Plasma Energy/Environmental Applications

Requirements and considerations for atmospheric pressure plasma sources for plasma farming Won Ho Choe KAIST, Korea
Scaling plasma systems for the Agri-Food sector P. J. Cullen  University of Nottingham, UK
Plasma in Hydroponics and in Produce Washing Gregory Fridman Drexel University, USA
Activity promotion of microorganisms and enzyme degradation of biomass using radical irradiations Masafumi Ito Meijo University, Japn
MicroRNA-7450 and microRNA-100 regulates non-thermal DBD plasma-induced chicken Sertoli cell proliferation Dong Kee Jeong Jeju National University, Korea
Innovative processed meat manufacturing using cold plasma technology Cheorun Jo Seoul National University, Korea
Effects of plasma on cellular differentiation and metabolic activity in beneficial fungi Gyungsoon Park Kwangwoon University, Korea
Plasma-functionalized solution and its applications for Plasma Farming Sanghoo Park KAIST, Korea
Agricultural Productivity Enhancement Using Low Temperature Plasmas Masaharu Shiratani  Kyushu University, Japan
Biological Applications Using Pulsed Power Technology Douyan Wang Kumamoto University, Japan
KEYNOTE Chemical and Biological Mechanisms of Plasma Interaction with Biosystems Alexander Fridman  Drexel University, USA
KEYNOTE Novel cancer treatments based on syntheticapproaches of plasma-activated liquids Masaru Hori  Nagoya University, Japan
KEYNOTE From single plasma jets to large atmospheric plasma sources for biological applications Jean-Michel Pouvesle GREMI, CNRS/University of Orleans, France
KEYNOTE Research and development of plasma sources for applications in life science. Klaus Dieter Weltmann INP Greifswald, Germany
Combined effect of cold plasma and nanoemulsion-based drug delivery system for targeting human melanoma Manish Adhikari PBRC, Korea
Role of protein folding in plasma medicine Pankaj Attri  University of Antwerp, Belgium
Development and application of skin equivalents forthe investigation of atmospheric pressure plasma Ku Youn Baik Kwangwoon University, Korea
Cold Atmospheric Pressure Plasma Treatment to Assist Bacterial Inactivation and Tooth Restoration in Endodontic Procedures Vittorio Colombo University of Bologna, Italy
Cold plasma assisted wound healing: from bactericidal effects to tissue regeneration Svetlana Ermolaeva  Gamaleya Research Center of Epidemiology and Microbiology, Russia
Mechanisms and Control of Plasma Biomedical Processes David Graves  University of California, USA
Cold atmospheric plasma for the treatment of intraoral (precancerous) lesions - in vitro and in vivo investigations Sybille Hasse INP Greifswald, Germany
Current Status and Future Challenges in Modeling and Numerical Simulation for Plasma Medicine Satoshi Hamaguchi  Osaka University, Japan
The effect of melanogenic differentiation by non-thermal atmospheric biocompatible plasma Ihn Han  Kwangwoon University, Korea
Comparison of ROS Diagnostic Methods for Atmospheric-pressure Plasmas at Gas-Liquid Environment Seiji Kanazawa  Oita University, Japan
Plasma induced immuno-modulations for medical applications Nagendra Kaushik  Kwangwoon University, Korea
Application of cold atmospheric plasma to overcome drug-resistance in cancer cells Sun Jung Kim Dongguk University, Korea
Plasma Bioscience in Dentistry Jae Sung Kwon  Yonsei University, Korea
Plasma and ROS Effects on G-Protein Coupled Receptor Signaling Weontae Lee Yonsei University, Korea
Influence of reactive oxygen and nitrogen species on the plasmid DNA and transformation of Escherichia coli with plasmid Geon Joon Lee Kwangwoon University, Korea
The transdermal and wound healing effect of plasma activated medium Dawei Liu Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China
The effect of tissue and medium on the penetration of RONS generated by plasma XinPei Lu HuaZhong University of Science and Technology, China
Cold Atmospheric Pressure Plasma Mediated Wound Healing Kai Masur  INP Greifswald, Germany
Long term investigation of radical activated water Jun-Seok Oh Osaka City University, Japan
Novel surface assisted laser desorption / ionization mass spectrometry using carbon nanowalls for analyzing bio molecule Takayuki Ohta  Meijo University, Japn
Propertiesof Dawoo Korea Plasma Sterilizer Using Nonthermal Atmospheric Pressure Jang Sick Park  Korea Industrial Technology Association, Korea
Cold plasma promotes angiogenesis in acute rodent wounds Anke Schmidt  INP Greifswald, Germany
The effect of cold atmospheric pressure plasma (CAP) on cell migratory behaviors and molecular markers of wound healing machinery Debarati Shome INP Greifswald, Germany
Nitrogen Monoxide Generation by Microwave Plasma Torch. Hansup Uhm Kwangwoon University, Korea
Plasma in cosmetic applications: possibilities and boundary conditions Thomas von Woedtke  INP Greifswald, Germany
Insight into the Molecular Dynamic Simulation Studies of Reactive Oxygen Species in Native and Oxidized skin membrane Dharmendra Kumar Yadav Gachon University of Medicine and Science, Korea
A comprehensive study of two-dimensional dusty plasma liquids using their equation of state Yan Feng Soochow University, China
Crystalline Microporous Materials for Separation and Purification Takeshi Hagio Nagoya Unviersity, Japan
Corrosion resistance of oxide films formed on Mg Alloy by plasmaelectrolytic oxidation  Takahiro Ishizaki Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan
Synethesis of various Ag-basedelectrocatalysts for fuel cell applications via plasma discharge in solution Sang Yul Lee Korea Aerospace University, Korea
The aqueous reactive species induced by a surface air discharge and their sterilization mechanism Dingxin Liu Xi’an Jiaotong University, China
Waste-water treatment using nanosecond discharge plasma Takao Namahira Kumamoto University, Japan
Solution Plasma Catalyst and the Reactions  Nagahiro Saito Nagoya University, Japan
Application of multiphase media plasmas to nano-material treatment Tatsuru Shirafuji Osaka City University, Japan
Investigation of reaction induced by atmospheric pressure plasma in contact with liquid Naoki Shirai Hokkaido University, Japan
Importance of ozone in water treatment using oxygen plasmas Nozomi Takeuchi National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan
Improvement of heat dissipation characteristics on PEO-treated Al6061 alloy with BNNT Bongyoung Yoo Hanyang University, Korea

[Session 2] Materials and Processing on Semiconductor/Display Nano-Devices

Plasma-assisted atomic layer deposition of SiN. Sumit Agarwal Colorado School of Mines, USA
A toolbox for an all-ALD earth-abundant resonant tunneling junction solar cell Sean Barry Carleton University, Canada
BN Electron-Enhanced ALD at Room Temperature and Prospects for Area Selective Deposition Steven George US Boulder, USA
Remote Plasma ALD for Lowk dielectric Hyeongtag Jeon Hanyang University, Korea
Ion-surface interaction during plasma ALD and how it can be used to tailor film properties Erwin Kessels  Eindhoven University, Netherlands
ALD-induced Blending of Polymers with Ceramics for novel Functional Hybrids Mato Knez CIC nanoGune, Spain 
PEALD of protective metallic coatings for metallic bipolar plates of PEMFC Se Hun Kwon Pusan National University, Korea
Surface Energy Control for Hydrophobic Coating by Atomic Layer Deposition Han-Bo-Ram Lee Incheon National University, Korea
Research in Thermal Area Selective Atomic Layer Deposition and Atomic Layer Etching for Advanced Device Patterning Gregory N. Parsons NC State University, USA
ECR Plasma Enhanced Sputtering and Applications Seong Bong Kim National Fusion Research Institute, Korea
PIC-MC simulation study of rotational magnetron sputtering Andreas Pflug  Fraunhofer Institute for Surface Engineering and Thin Films IST, Germany
Effect of Interface on the Structure and Ferro-electric Property of Y-doped HfO​2​ Thin Films Prepared by Reactive Magnetron Co-Sputtering Jun Xu Dalian University of Technology, China
Nanowire-MeshTemplated Growth of Out-of-Plane Three-Dimensional Fuzzy Graphene Tzahi Cohen-Karni Carnegie Mellon University, USA
Plasma-enhanced synthesis of nanomaterials for energy storage & conversion Hyung-Mo Jeong Kangwon National University, Korea
Bottom-up synthesis of atomically-preciselow-dimensional nanocarbon materials by nanoscale plasma processing Toshiaki Kato Tohoku University, Japan
KEYNOTE Challenges to the next generation semiconductor equipment by using plasma Kuntack Lee Samsung, Korea
Hairpin probes absolute electron density measurements for spatio-temporal measurements: addressing the challenging requirements for industrially-relevant plasma applications Bert Ellingboe Dublin City University, Ireland
Methodsto Enable Plasma Etching of Transition Metals with Atomic Scale Precision Eric A Joseph IBM, USA
Plasma and Feature Scale Models for Etching of High Aspect Ratio Silicon Structures in Pulsed Inductively Coupled Plasmas. Jason Kenney Applied Materials, USA
Some Aspects of Process Development in Plasma Etching Nam Hun Kim APTC, Korea
Etching of Semiconductor Devices Thorsten Lill Lam Research Corporation, USA
Frontiers of industrial application of atomic layer etching  Alok Ranjan Tokyo Electron Ltd. Technology Center America, USA
Isotropic Atomic Layer Etching of ZnO on 2D and 3D substratesusing acetylacetone and O2 plasma Fred Roozeboom Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands
Atomic Layer Defect-free Top-down Processes for Future Nano-devices Seiji Samukawa Tohoku University, Japan
Nonthermal plasma enabled electrification of energy and materials conversion processes Tomohiro Nozaki Tokyo Tech, Japan

[Session 3] Basic Plasma Science, Technology, Engineering and Related Topics

Cutoff Probe for Process Monitoring Shin Jae You Chungnam National University, Korea
Challenges of Particle Control Technology in the Semiconductor and Display Process Equipments Seungki Chae  Sungkyunkwan University, Korea
Towards Automation of Quantitative Analysis of Various Digital Images for Material and Process Characterization Woo Sik Yoo WaferMasters, Inc., USA
KEYNOTE INCA: A new scalable large area plasma source at low pressures Uwe Czarnetzki Ruhr University of Bochum, Germany
Challenges for future rf driven plasma systems Rod Boswell Australian National University, Australia
The Triple DC Plasma Torch System for Nanoparticle Synthesis Sooseok Choi Jeju National University, Korea
The experimental and numerical investigations of electron characteristics in 2 MHz and 13.56 MHz inductively coupled hydrogen plasmas Fei Gao Dalian University of Technology, China
Microwave plasma sources based on microstrip line for material processing Jaeho Kim Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan
Experimental and computational investigation on striations in electronegative capacitively couple rf discharges Yong-Xin Liu Dalian University of Technology, China
Investigation of Characteristics of Multiphase AC Arc by High-speed Visualization Takafumi Okuma Panasonic Corporation, Japan
Inductively-coupled plasma and laser-produced plasma source researches at GIST Hyyong Suk GIST, Korea
Generation of vibrationally excited nitrogen in a DC discharge sustained by repetitive nanosecond pulses  Keisuke Takashima Tohoku University, Japan
Investigation of carbon dioxide decomposition in a micro-slit discharge at low pressures Hai-Xing Wang Beihang University, China
Performance and plasma characteristics of Low-Power Ammonia Arcjet Thruster Xian Meng Institute of Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Numerical study on generation of large currents in atmospheric very high frequency discharges modulated by pulses Yuantao Zhang Shandong University, China
Importance of Consideration of Thermal Diffusion Effects in a Non-isothermal Capacitively Coupled Plasma Reactor Ho Jun Kim Samsung Electronics, Korea
Realistic treatment of plasma-surface interactions in simulations of low temperature plasmas Julian Schulze Ruhr University of Bochum, Germany
Fluid and PIC simulations on electronegative SiH4 and O2 discharges in RF CCPs Yuan-Hong Song Dalian University of Technology, China
3D particle simulations and analysis of streamer discharge in atmospheric air Anbang Sun Xi’an Jiaotong University, China
Modeling of plasma-enhanced ALD for silicon oxide films as clarification of fundamental deposition mechanism Kosuke Yamamoto Tokyo Electron Technology, Japan
Electron collision cross sections and electron swarm parameters in gases  Yoshiharu Nakamura Keio University, Japan
Studies on the Separate Control of Plasma Parameters in Atmospheric Pressure Dielectric Barrier Discharge System Based on Dual-frequency Modulation Qiu-Yue Nie Harbin Institute of Technology, China
Electron-molecule collision calculations for plasma physics applications Jonathan Tennyson University College London, UK

[Session 4] Applications of Plasma Processing

Energy dissipation and light emission in graphene Myung-Ho Bae KRISS, Korea
Electrolyte-Gated Flexible Graphene Schottky Barrier Transistors Jeong Ho Cho  Sungkyunkwan University, Korea
Use of doped-graphene transparent condutive electrodes for optoeletronic device Suk-Ho Choi Kyung Hee University, Korea
Evaluation of layer number of graphene with AFM, reflectance, and Raman scattering  Mun Seok Jeong Sungkyunkwan University, Korea
Electrically tunable 2D devices with exceptional functions Gwan-Hyoung Lee Yonsei University, Korea
Normalization of work function of a conducting tip for electrical scanning probe microscopy (ESPM) Haeseong Lee Jeonju University, Korea
Protocol for the Electrical Characterization of Powder-type Graphene Materials Ha-jin Lee Korea Basic Science Institute, Korea
Reconfigurable 2D Devices for Artificial Neural Network Applications Ji-Ung Lee CNSE, USA
Synthesis and Characterization of Atomic and Electronic Properties of Graphene-based Heterostructure Young Jae Song Sungkyunkwan University, Korea
Measurement of EMI shielding effectiveness with near field probe for CNT Soon-Il Yeo ETRI, Korea
2D materials based ISFETs for pH sensing applications Chunxiang Zhu  National University of Singapore, Singapore
Flexible and Multifunctional Electronic Skins for Wearable Devices Sunkook Kim Sungkyunkwan University, Korea
Flexible Physical Sensors for Wearable Healthcare Devices Hyunhyb Ko UNIST, Korea
Stretchable sensors for wearable electronics and healthcare monitoring Tran Quang Trung Sungkyunkwan University, Korea
Self-aggregated AAO nanowire structures for solar energy harvesting Kyoungsik Kim Yonsei University, Korea
Multinary III-V materials for high efficiency multi-junction solar cells Taewan Kim KRISS, Korea
Stretchable, wearable display enabled with Micro-LED and 2D Materials Jong-Hyun Ahn Yonsei University, Korea
Hybrid polymers as key enabling material for flexible and stretchable displays Gerhard Domann Fraunhofer Institute for Silicate Research ISC, Germany
Graphene Encapsulation for Stretchable Displays Byung Hee Hong Seoul National University, Korea
Direct-imaging Metal Interconnection and User Targeted Reliability Techniques for Stretchable Displays and FHE(Flexible Hybrid Electronic) Devices Yong-Jin Kim Korea Institute of Machinery & Materials, Korea
Transfer printing processing technologies for fabricating flexible thin film electronicson arbitrary substrate Chi Hwan Lee Purdue University, USA