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Alumina sheet being exposed to 2 kV argon z-pinch. The energetic species generate nano dimensioned structures on the surface.

CPMI would like to officially welcome an additional Postdoc, Kishor Kalathiparambil, who has come to work at CPMI after receiving his Ph.D. from the Institute of Plasma Research from Gandhinagar India. CPMI looks forward to having Kishor on the team.

CPMI would like to officially welcome it’s newest Postdoc, Ivan Schelkanov, who has come to work at CPMI after receiving his Ph.D. from Moscow Engineering Physical University. CPMI looks forward to working and benefiting from Ivan’s experience.

CPMI and NPRE welcome new Professor Jean Paul Allain to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Additionally, Professor Allain is also a Associate Director of CPMI. Professor Allain previously taught at Purdue University and received his PhD from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign were he was a student under and a postdoc for Professor […]

CPMI’s own postdoc, Davide Curreli, has be selected to be one of the new plasma professors at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. His new position has brought him also the position of being an Assistant Director for the Center for Plasma and Material Interactions. Congratulations Davide!

After going through a series of highly qualified applicants, CPMI has selected Kishor Kalathiparambil as a post doc. Kishor has worked around the world looking in various aspects of plasma material related fields and received his PhD in May of 2012 from the Institute of Plasma Research from Gandhinagar India. Congratulations Kishor!

It is at this time that CPMI is no longer looking for a PostDoc. Thank you to all those who showed interest.

The Center for Plasma Material interactions (CPMI) at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign is looking to fill in a position at the post-doctoral research associate level, who will work on research areas relevant to plasma material interactions for several applications. The Center for Plasma-Material Interactions currently has 12 graduate students, and over 20 […]

Every year, students from various high schools and middle schools come to visit the University of Illinois. Many of these students participate the World Wide Youth in Science and Engineering (WYSE) camps offered by the Engineering College. During WYSE, students explore multiple different engineering fields for tours of the facilities, demos, and experiments. When students […]

The quite important alumni list has been updated including all Master’s and Ph.D. students as well as their respective theses. Take a look. Contact information coming soon!