Powerbase project


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Quantemol is proud to be a partner of the EU funded project PowerBase (May 2015 – April 2018), within Horizon2020 framework. The research project PowerBase is developing the next generation of energy-saving Chips and preparing them for mass industrial use in smartphones, laptop computers and many other applications. Coordinated by Infineon Austria, the project’s € 87 million volume and 39 partners from nine countries. More details can be found here: http://www.powerbase-project.eu/

Press release Quantemol Powerbase project related dissemination activities October-November 2015

03/04/17 – 06/04/17
The Quantemol team presented at IOP Plasma physics conference in Oxford, UK.
A poster on plasma chemistry validation and linking it within Powerbase project presented by A. Dzarasova “QDB: A new database of plasma chemistries and reactions – concept and exemplar verification”

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21/11/16 – 22/11/16
Quantemol team presented at DPS conference in Sapporo, Japan.
A poster on plasma chemistry validation and linking it within Powerbase project presented by S. Rahimi “Constructing self-consistent validated plasma chemistry”

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10/10/16 – 14/10/16
Quantemol team presented at GEC conference in Bochum, Germany.
Presentation slides of the talk given by S. Mohr “Simulating industrial plasma reactors: a fresh perspective”
A poster on plasma chemistry validation and distribution presented by A. Dzarasova “QDB: Validated Plasma Chemistries Database”

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21/08/16 – 24/08/16

Quantemol team presented at International Workshop on Plasmas for energy and Environmental applications (IWPEEA) in Liverpool 21-24 August 2016.
We are very grateful to organisers for giving us an opportunity to talk about recent research including Quantemol database (QDB).
Here you can find presentation slides “QDB: A sustainable database for plasma chemistries” and a poster “Electron Impact Dissociation of Ground and Metastable States of O2 Molecule”.
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5/04/16

Quantemol team visits SPTS site for collaboration update by SPTS and Quantemol on the European Powerbase project; reports on significant progress and further development of BOSCH process modeling.

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5/11/15
Presentation of the poster at “Dry Process Symposium” in Japan (Awaji):

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DPS 2015: “Linking reactor-scale plasma modelling with feature-scale profile simulation

22/10/15
Presentation of the poster at “American Vacuum Society Symopsium” in US (San Jose, CA)

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AVS 2015: “From Plasma Reactor to Surface Level: Linking Plasma with Feature Profile Simulations