ZARATHUSTRA participates in PlasmaTech 2023

On April 27th, two members of the ZARATHUSTRA team presented their research progress in the Plasma Processing and Technology International Conference (PlasmaTech) 2023, which was held in Lisbon, Portugal. The conference highlighted advances in fundamental understanding of processing plasmas and their interactions with matter, as well and the importance of these interactions in emerging and existing applications.

Diego García-Lahuerta gave an oral presentation on the topic “Simulation of facility effects on magnetic nozzle expansions“, while Célian Boyé gave an oral presentation about his work on the “First Characterisation of a Dual ECR Thruster“.

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