Eddie van Veldhuizen is Assistant Professor in the Elemental Processes in Gas Discharges group at Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). His research focuses on new aspects of high pressure, low temperature plasmas. These discharges are not only non-equilibrium, but also transient with a duration of tens of nanoseconds. He has worked on pulsed high-voltage sources, measurements of plasma parameters and chemical conversions and modeling the discharge propagation.
Eddie van Veldhuizen obtained his PhD from Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) in 1984, on the hollow glow cathode discharge, analyzed by optogalvanic and other studies. He is currently an Assistant Professor at TU/e.
Pulsed positive corona streamer propagation and branchingJournal of Physics D: Applied Physics (2002)
Positive and negative streamers in ambient air: measuring diameter, velocity and dissipated energyJournal of Physics D: Applied Physics (2008)
A new flexible DBD device for treating infected wounds: in vitro and ex vivo evaluation and comparison with a RF argon plasma jetJournal of Physics D: Applied Physics (2016)
Breakdown of methylene blue and methyl orange by pulsed corona dischargePlasma Sources Science and Technology (2007)
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