Hiden recently exhibited at the 67th GEC, Gaseous Electronics Conference hosted by North Carolina State University (NCSU) 3 – 7 November, 2014. The 67th GEC was hosted by North Carolina State University. NCSU is one of the leading educational and research universities in the United States, and home to numerous groups focused on plasma science and plasma application.
For 66 years, the GEC has been an invaluable resource to the plasma and collision community, and continues to have a leadership presence in traditional areas such as plasma phenomena, low pressure processes, plasma chemistry, surface interactions, atomic and molecular interactions, simulation, and diagnostics. In recent years, the GEC has also taken a leadership role in emerging areas of plasma science including biological and environmental applications and atmospheric plasma systems.
Dr Alan Rees, from Hiden Analytical Ltd., exhibited & presented 2 posters at the 67th GEC:
Mass-Spectrometric Observations of Plasma-assisted Catalysis
Time-resolved measurements of mass and energy spectra for plasmas