Plasma Chemistry Workshop May 2024

We want to thank everyone who attended our Plasma Chemistry Workshop at University College London.

A special thank you to our speakers who took the stage and shared their expertise through presentations.

We hope you found the workshop both informative and inspiring.

For those who missed our workshop, some speakers permitted us to use their recordings and presentation slides which can be found below:

Dr Zdenek Masin, Institute of Theoretical Physics, Charles University. “Electron and photon collisions with molecules large and small: from attosecond delays in CO2 towards resonance formation in dielectric gases” Slides

Dr Kateryna Lemishko, Quantemol. “Machine learning estimator for electron impact ionisation fragmentation patterns” / Slides

Dr Montu Bhuvu, University of York & Oxford Instruments Plasma Technology. “An experimental and modelling investigation on the application of a structured electrode in improving the process uniformity in plasma enhanced chemical vapor deposition” / Slides

Ryan Brook, Leeds University “Direct dynamics simulation of prospective PFAS molecules dissociation after electron impact – PPVE and C4H3F7O isomers” / Slides

Dr Gregory Armstrong, Quantemol. “How to interpret simulation results on from Quantemol-EC” / Slides

Dr Sebastian Mohr, Quantemol. “QDB Demo and Q&A”

Online Workshop October 2023

Thank you to everyone who attended our online workshop which was a success. We were pleased to see a good turnout. We also would like to thank our speakers for their excellent talks.

For those who missed our workshop, videos and slides of the talks are available below:

Dr Greg Armstrong, Quantemol, “Extensions of QEC to handle isotopes and heavy elements” / Slides

Dr Wei Wu, University College London “Simulating vibrational emission spectra for CO2 low-temperature plasma: combining QDB simulations and Exocross.” / Slides

Dr Kateryna Lemishko, Quantemol, “Machine learning-based solutions for modelling plasma-related processes” / Slides

Dr Sebastian Mohr, Quantemol, “Using QuantemolDB to collect and optimize plasma chemistry sets” / Slides

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London Workshop 2023

Thank you to everyone that attended our workshop in London at University College London.

To those that missed it, the presentation slides from the workshop are available below:

Dr Kateryna Lemishko, Quantemol Machine learning-based approach for kinetic data estimation

Dr Alec Owens, University College London LiDB: Database of molecular vibrational state radiative lifetimes for plasma processes

Dr Dmitry Makhov, Leeds University Quantum dynamics of dissociation after electron impact for modelling of plasma technologies

Dr Marin Sapunar, Institut Ruđer Bošković Excited state dynamics initiated by electrons or photons

Dr Sebastian Mohr, Quantemol Global Model as a tool for plasma chemistry analysis and optimisation

Prof. Mark Kushner, University of Michigan When Plasms Contact Liquids: Controlling Gas Phase Plasma Chemistry to Achieve Liquid Gains

Dr Shahid Rauf, Applied Materials Modeling of inductively coupled Ar/NF3/O2 and Ar/NF3 plasmas using Quantemol QDB”.


We are looking forward to seeing you again at the next workshop which will be online, later this year.

Online Breakfast Seminar 2020

Quantemol is organising an online seminar on 25 November 2020 aimed at researchers interested in plasma modelling and chemistry together with POSTECH University and NFRI Korea.
Quantemol team will present recent developments and will be happy to answer your questions.

Preliminary program [Korean Standard Time]

1) 17:00 -17:05 KST; 8:00-8:05 GMT Brief introduction about Quantemol and the products we will present

2) 17:05-17:35 KST; 8:05-8:35 GMT How to assemble plasma chemistry set using QDB (slides), Dr Sebastian Mohr, Quantemol

3) 17:35-17:50 KST; 8:35-8:50 GMT Optimising chemistry sets (slides), Martin Hanicinec, UCL/Quantemol

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4) 18:10-18:25 KST; 9:10-9:25 GMT Vibrational excitation cross sections calculations with QEC 1.2 (slides) , Dr Maria Tudorovskaya, Quantemol 

5) 18:25-18:45 KST; 9:25-9:45 GMT Calculating electron impact cross sections with QEC (slides), Dr Mi-Young Song, NFRI Korea

6) 18:45-19:00 KST; 9:45-10:00 GMT Effective Core Potentials for electron scattering (slides), Dr Bridgette Cooper, UCL

7) 19:00-19:15 KST; 10:00-10:15 GMT Discussion: questions and recommendations

8) 19:15-19:20 KST; 10:15-10:20 GMT Concluding remarks

Tokyo 2018

Designing and Reducing Complex Chemistry

Thank you very much again for participating in our workshop on 6th September in Tokyo!
As promised please find here links to the presentation slides we have shown here:

The role of Plasma Modelling in Industrial Research” Dr. Ade Ayilaran, Quantemol

Tutorial on the reduction of complex chemistries” Dr. Ade Ayilaran, Quantemol

From chemistry feature scale modelling” Dr. Ade Ayilaran, Quantemol

Efforts for the database on plasma simulation at Athenasys” Kei Ikeda, Athenasys

Crossed-beam measurements of electron impact cross sections” Prof. Hoshino, Sophia University

ATTENTION: The copyrights are reserved by the presenters.

Those who would like to run the simulations with full and reduced set for CF4/O2/H2/N2 chemistry please log in to your QDB account and download it following these links:
CF4/O2/H2/N2 chemistry full set (396 reactions)
CF4/O2/H2/N2 chemistry optimised for low-pressure plasma set (56 reactions)

If you require a different data format than currently available we may be able to help, please email us on
Follow up questions are welcome as well!

London 2018

The workshop took place on 14th September 2018 in University College London, London, UK.

Many thanks to everyone who has attended!

You can download presentation slides here:

Cross section calculations with Quantemol-N , Maria Tudorovskaya, Quantemol Ltd

Electron-molecule scattering using Quantemol in applications for astrophysics, Prof. Slava Kokoouline, University of Florida

R-matrix Inner-Shell Atomic Photoabsorption Methods and Extension to Quantemol Molecular Calculations, Prof. Tom Gorczyca, Western Michigan University

Inelastic electron collision cross sections for plasma modelling: the importance of high energy resolution in the near-threshold region, Andrew Gibson, York Plasma Institute

Using Quantemol to make more complete initial sets for swarm data normalization of cross sections, Prof. Zoran Petrovic, IOP Belgrade

Use of cross-section data in plasma simulations, Sebastian Mohr, Quantemol Ltd

Quantemol DataBase for Plasma Reactions and Chemistries, Jonathan Tennyson, Quantemol Ltd/ UCL

Roadmap of a new software development, Bridgette Cooper, University College London

Hands on session: Cross section calculations with Quantemol-N, Maria Tudorovskaya, Quantemol Ltd

We are looking forward to seeing you again at the workshop next year.
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