The PPL will host the 23rd International Symposium on Plasma Chemistry (ISPC23) in 2017!
Since 1971, plasma engineers and scientists at McGill University develop thermal and non-thermal plasma sources and processes aimed at applications as various as the synthesis of advanced materials, surface modification of materials, production and efficient transport of reactive species, plasma medicine, plasma-assisted combustion, and recently, wastewater treatment, resource recovery and emission gases valorization.
Our researchers are active members of Plasma-Québec, a FRQNT funded Regroupement Stratégique bringing together the expertise and infrastructures of four Québec universities. Our members are also active on the Canadian and international scenes through membership in organizations hosting conferences, summer schools and workshops (IEEE-NPSS, IPCS).
The professors, graduate students, interns and exchange students of the group welcome you to visit these webpages and learn about the interesting work going on at the PPL!