As the market and innovation leader in the field of plasma surface treatment, we at Plasmatreat work on new developments every day.

We build bridges - between research and application. But we can only do this with our customers and partners at our side. So, we are in regular contact with our customers and partners in industry, science, and research to advance plasma knowledge and research, and to promote plasma technology and its benefits for automated joining processes.

We are proud to count some of the world's most prestigious institutes and universities among our research and cooperation partners. Among them is the renowned Stanford University in California, USA, which we support with our plasma systems in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering under the direction of RUTH G. AND WILLIAM K. BOWES PROFESSOR Reinhold H. Dauskardt.

The department has worked with our surface preparation systems on several research and grant projects. Dauskardt and his team have been particularly successful in producing multifunctional coatings using our Openair-Plasma systems. The Stanford team is supported by our colleagues at Plasmatreat North America, headquartered in Elgin, IL, and our R&D center in Hayward, CA.

We would like to thank Professor Dauskardt for his many years of cooperation and his confidence in us and Plasmatreat's plasma technology.

Reinhold H. Dauskardt says: "Here I refer to the Plasmatreat Testimonial of Support and Cooperation. I am writing with deep gratitude for the many years of support and cooperation we have received from you and your colleagues at Plasmatreat. As you know, we have made extensive use of open-air spray and plasma processes in our research to produce multifunctional coatings, using several of your Plasmatreat Openair-Plasma systems.

In particular, I would like to thank you for your support in our recent successful grant programs "Scalable High Throughput Openair Spray Plasma Fabrication of Solid State Lithium Batteries" and "Openair Fabrication of Efficient Large Area Perovskite Solar Cells to Achieve Stability and Cost Targets" supported by the US Department of Energy. Both programs depend significantly on your equipment, and we have benefited greatly from the equipment and also from the willingness of you and your colleagues to provide technical support, advice, and equipment modifications to make our programs possible.

Our research at Stanford depends significantly on fruitful collaborations with industry partners, and I can say easily that Plasmatreat has been a close partner and collaborator in our efforts.

We very much look forward to continuing our work together."

Background information: Dauskardt and his group have worked extensively on the integration of new materials into new technologies, including thin-film structures for nanoscience and energy technologies, high-performance composites and laminates for aerospace, and biomaterials and soft tissues for bioengineering. His group has pioneered the characterization of adhesion and cohesion of thin films widely used in device technology.


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