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【ZHOU HUIJIU FORUM】A Novel Radio-Frequency Inductively Coupled Plasma (RF-ICP): A Source for Treating Ceramic Powders and Ceramic Coatings
Date 2023-11-08 by 刘晓婷

Invited Speaker:Prof. Javad Mostaghimi

Report Title:A Novel Radio-Frequency Inductively Coupled Plasma (RF-ICP): A Source for Treating Ceramic Powders and Ceramic Coatings

Time: Nov. 9th, 2023   14:00 pm

Location: Xingqing Campus, Zhongying Building, No. 01 Meeting Room

                  兴庆校区 仲英楼材料学院 第一会议室 (A245-247)  

Introduction:Dr. Javad Mostaghimi is a Professor in the Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering at the University of Toronto and the director of the Centre for Advanced Coating Technologies (CACT). Prof. Mostaghimi is elected into the Canadian Academy of Engineering and the Academy of Science of the Royal Society of Canada and also the fellow of the following professional societies: RSC, ASME, ASM, CSME, EIC, AAAS, IUPAC. His main research interests are the study of thermal spray oatings, including superhydrophobic coatings, thermal barriers, corrosion and wear-resistant coatings. He has performed comprehensive studies on the flow, temperature, and electromagnetic fields within arcs and RF inductively coupled plasmas. Professor Mostaghimi has done extensive simulations of the dynamics of droplet impact and solidification in thermal spray processes and automotive spray painting as well as the design of novel DC and RF plasma torches.

Prof. Mostaghimi is a recipient of the 75th Anniversary Medal of the ASME Heat Transfer Division, the recipient of the 2013 Robert W. Angus Medal of the CSME, 2012 Heat Transfer Memorial Award of the ASME, 2011 Jules Stachiewicz Medal of the CSME, 2010 NSERC Brockhouse Canada Prize and the 2009 Engineering Medal in R & D from the Professional Engineers of Ontario. In May 2019, he was inducted into the ASM Thermal Spray Hall of Fame. In 2023, he received the CSME Emerging Technologies Medal.

Abstract: In this talk, I will discuss a novel radio-frequency inductively coupled plasma (RF-ICP), and I will show some of its applications in ceramic powders and ceramic coatings.

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