Jan van Dijk
Jan van Dijk is Associate Professor in the Elementary Processes in Gas Discharges group at Eindhoven University of Technology. His fields of interest include modelling of electro-magnetic fields and transport phenomena. In addition, he studies object-oriented code design and tries to use modern C++ idiom such as expression templates for solving coupled linearized systems of equations. Earlier projects included the modeling of non-thermal biomedical plasma sources and microwave plasma sources for the production of optical fibers.
Jan van Dijk holds an MSc (1996) and a PhD (2001) in Applied Physics from Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). He then worked as postdoc in the Elementary Processes in Gas Discharges (EPG) group at TU/e, at the University of Illinois (USA) and at Keio University (Japan). In 2003, Van Dijk returned to TU/e and EPG and received a NWO VENI grant. He is now Associate Professor.
Decay of the electron density and the electron collision frequency between successive discharges of a pulsed plasma jet in N2Plasma Sources Science and Technology (2019)
Numerical simulation of atmospheric-pressure 200 kHz/13.56 MHz dual-frequency dielectric barrier dischargesPlasma Sources Science and Technology (2018)
Comparison of six simulation codes for positive streamers in airPlasma Sources Science and Technology (2018)
Studying the influence of nitrogen seeding in a detached-like hydrogen plasma by means of numerical simulationsPlasma Physics and Controlled Fusion (2018)
A comprehensive chemical model for the splitting of CO2 in non-equilibrium PlasmasPlasma Processes and Polymers (2017)
- Elements of mathematical physics
- Advanced Computational Fluid and Plasma Dynamics
- The history of physics
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