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2019 Proceedings

A: Electrically-Induced Flows and Electrokinetics

A1. EHD-Enhanced Drying of Porous Beads, J. Harrison, F. C. Lai, University of Oklahoma 

A2. Gas Pumping Enhancement by a Two-Stage EHD Pump Operated at Uneven Applied Voltages, A. K. M. Monayem H. Mazumder, Saginaw Valley State University 

A3. Experimental Study of Flexible Electrohydrodynamic Conduction Pumping, Alexander Castaneda, Nathaniel O’Connor, Jamal Seyed-Yagoobi, Worcester Polytechnic Institute 

A4. A New Charge Injection Method of the Electric Field Driven Generator, Katsuo Sakai, Electrostatic Generator Laboratory 

A5. Force on a Conducting Sphere on an Insulator Surface Immersed in Dielectric Liquids, Xuewei Zhang, Texas A&M University Kingsville’ 

B: Materials and Gas Discharges

B1. A Novel Vegetable Oil Based Dielectric Coolant and Investigations on its Performance under High Frequencies, V. Champa, A.N. Nagashree, B.V. Sumangala, G.R. Nagabhushana, B.M.S.College of Engineering 

B2. Investigations on the Dielectric Properties of Vegetable Seed Oils and Solid Insulations as Composite Insulation at High Frequencies, A.N. Nagashree, V. Champa, B.V. Sumangala, G.R. Nagabhushana, B.M.S.College of Engineering 

B3. Silicone Rubber Reinforced with Silica and Boron Nitride Particles as Potential Composite for Electrical Insulation Industry, Khadija Kanwal Khanum, Shesha Jayaram, University of Waterloo 

B4. Study of Dielectric Properties of Silicone Composites at High Temperatures and Low Atmospheric Pressure, Khadija Kanwal Khanum, Arathi Mohan Sharma, Shesha Jayaram, University of Waterloo 

C: Biological and Medical Applications

C1. Electroporation-Driven Gene Therapy for Lung Disease, David Dean, University of Rochester 

C2. Turmeric Silver Nanoparticles with Electrical Pulses Against Triple Negative Breast Cancer Cells: An Insight into the Mechanism via Quantitative Proteomic Analysis, Lakshya Mittal, Ignacio G. Camarillo, S. Hemalatha, Samina Ashraf, Uma K. Aryal, V. Gowri Sree, Elisabetta Sieni, Paolo Sgarbossa, Arutselvan Natarajan, Raji Sundararajan, Purdue University 

C3. Viability Study of Combined Treatment of Lycopene and Electrical Pulses on Prostate Cancer Cell Lines, Jeya Shree Thulasidas, Gowri Sree Varadarajan, Raji Sundararajan, College of Engineering, Anna University 

C4. Analysis of Epileptic seizures using Electroencephalography Signals and High-Resolution Time-Frequency Based Features, N. Sivakumaran, P.A. Karthick, Raji Sundararajan, Nat’l. Inst. of Tech. Tiruchirappalli 

C5. Multi Features and SVM based Seizure Prediction at Different Frequency Bands of EEG Signals, C. Sudalaimani, N. Sivakumaran, P. Devanand, S.R. Valsalam, Nat’l. Inst. of Tech. Tiruchirappalli. 

C6. Pulse Electric Field Application of Beer Treatment and Analysis of Staleness during Aging, Suramya D F Mihindukulasuriya, Shesha H Jayaram, University of Waterloo. 

C7. Automatic Selection of Best Focused Plane from a Stack of Pap Smear Images, NB Byju, G.Alexander, N. Sivakumaran, Raji Sundararajan, Purdue University. 

C8. Enhanced Extraction of Bioactive Compounds from Natural Herbs by PEF Method, S. Poompavai, Gowri Sree Varadarajan, Raji Sundararajan, Anna University 

D: Contact Charging and Triboelectric Effects

D1. Dynamic Electronic Excitation at Semiconductor-Based Frictional Contacts, Jun Liu, James Chen, Thomas Thundat, University of Buffalo 

D2. Formation of Interfacial Dipole during Friction-Induced Electrification, James Chen, Mohamad Ibrahim Cheikh, Tyler J. Hieber, Zayd C. Leseman, University of Buffalo 

D3. Unification of Observations of Charge Transfer Between Dielectric Solids of Identical Composition: Particulate Systems and Surfaces, Isaac Greber, John C. Angus, Case Western Reserve University 

D4. Polarity Reversal and Charging Model for Triboelectrically Charged Silica Mixtures, Dylan Carter, Christine Hartzell, University of Maryland 

D5. Triboelectric Charging of Asymmetrically Rubbed Quartz: Effects of Surface Chemistry, Siddharth Rajupet, Joseph R. Toth III, R. Mohan Sankaran, Daniel J. Lacks, Case Western Reserve University 

D6. Electrostatic Charge Generation of Powder by Sieving, Tatsushi Matsuyama, Sakura Tashiro, Hidemi Itai, Junichi Ida, Soka University 

D7. Electrostatic Generator Based on Nanostructured Carbon for Energy Harvesting Devices, Thiago A. L. Burgo, Fernando Galembeck, Letícia O. Ferreira, Leandra P. Santos, Kelly S. Moreira, Diana Lermen, Federal University of Santa Mariao 

D8. Study of the Electrostatic Adhesion Forces of Tritiated Tungsten Particles by Numerical Calculations, Adriaan Riet, Qizan Chen, Mamadou Sow, Daniel Lacks, Institut de Radioprotection et de Sûreté Nucléaire 

D9. Light Controlled Static Charging and Static Charge Controlled Friction, S.D.Cezan, H. Tarik Baytekin, B. Baytekin, Bilkent University 

D10. Feline Charging or The Electrostatics of Petting a Cat, William Wayman, Retired 

E: Atmospheric and Space Applications

E1. First Flight of a Solid State Airplane, Steven Barrett, MIT 

E2. Characteristics of Rotary Ionic Wind Systems at and below Atmospheric Pressure, A Ieta, M Chirita, N Curinga, SUNY Oswego 

E3. Electrospraying for Aeroponics, Joel Malissa, Jerry Wang, Carlos Calle, J. Sid Clements, S. Edward Law, NASA 

E4. Design and Production of Transparent Electrodynamic Screen Film with Copper Micro-wire Electrodes for Self-cleaning PV Modules, Carolyn Elinger, Kevin O’Connor, Mark Horenstein, Cristian Morales, Joshua Bone, Annie Bernard, Ryan Eriksen, Julius Yellowhair, Malay Mazumder, Boston University 

E5. Indoor Air Quality Improvement: A Systematic Literature Review on Particulate Matter, and Indoor Air Toxics Control, Zahirul Hasan Khan, Md. Aynul Bari, Sanchita Paul, HRZ Research and Consultancy 

E6. Evaluating the Effects of Airflow Recirculation on the Collection Efficiency of an Electrostatic Precipitator, Qing-Zhang Xue, Tsrong-Yi Wen, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology 

E7. Effects of External Field Control on Non-Uniformly Distributed Charged Particle Assembly, Tamal Sarkar, Brandon A. Kemp, Arkansas State University 

F: Measurements and Instrumentation

F1. Ultra-Low Frequency and Magnitude Electric Field Detection Using Digital Signal Processing, Mark N. Horenstein, Frank Tranghese, Boston University 

F2. Tamal Sarkar, Effects of external field control on non-uniformly distributed charged particle assembly. 

G: Safety and Hazards

G1. Prevent Static Fires in Printing and Solvent Coating, Kelly Robinson, Electrostatic Answers 

G2. On the Hyperbolic Law of the Charge Relaxation for Low-Conductivity Liquids, A. Ohsawa, National Institute of Occupational Safety & Health, Japan (JNIOSH) 

G3. Experimental Study of Electrostatic Hazard Inside Scrubber Column Using Response Surface Methodology, Jingyao Wang, Yue Sun, Xiaodan Gaoa, M. Sam Mannana, Benjamin Wilhite, Texas A&M University 

G4. Electrostatic Risk and Specification of Field and Voltage Limits for Insulating Web Materials, Jeremy Smallwood, Kelly Robinson, Electrostatic Answers 

General Poster Session

P1. Construction of a Pulsed Electroacoustic Measurement Test Setup, Maciej A. Noras, UNC Charlotte 

P2. Electrostatic Energy Dependence of Spectral Radiation Distribution of Spark Discharge in Air, Takashi Miura, National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health 

P3. Experimental Study of the Electrical Conductivity for Petroleum Products, Li Liangliang, Li Yipeng, Liu Quanzhen, Sun Lifu, SINOPEC Research Institute of Safety Engineering 

P4. Recent Advances in Electric Stimuli Responsive Hydrogels for Biomedical Applications: A Systematic Literature Review, Zerin Mahzabin Khan, Scott Verbridge, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University 

P5. Impedance Spectroscopy Analysis of Electroporated, Inhomogeneous Potato Tissue, Gowri Sree Varadarajan, Jeya Shree Thulasidas, S. Poompavai, Lakshya Mittal, Elisabetta Sieni, Raji Sundararajan, College of Engineering, Anna University 

P6. Effect of Electric Pulses for Liquid Food Processing on Their Characteristics, Lei Zhang, Jorge Estrada, Rajeswari Sundararajan , Giulio Aguliar, Juan Loo Kung,  María Fernanda Muñoz Vidal, Julien Noel, UTEC – Universidad de Ingeniería y Tecnologíaa 

P7. Influence of the Beta Energy Decay Spectrum and Particle Size on Dust Specific Self-Charging Rate, Grégoire Dougniaux, Mamadou Sow, François Gensdarmes, Institut de Radioprotection et de Sûreté Nucléaire 

P8. Effect of Cell Membrane Electroporation on the Water Mobility in Potato Tissue: NMR-MOUSE Evaluation, Paolo Sgarbossa, Ileana Menegazzo, Roberta Bertani, Stefano Mammi, Alessandra Bartolozzi, Elisabetta Sieni, Raji Sundararajan, Purdue Univ. 

2018 Proceedings

A. Atmospheric and Space Applications

A1. Sow Mamadou, G. Dougniaux, S. Peillon, C. Grisolia, A. Autricque, P. Lemaitre, S. Bourrous, F. Gensdarmes, Self-charging of radioactive dust and its bearing for nuclear safety. 

A2. Christine Hartzell, Introduction to Electrostatic Dust Motion on Small Planetary Bodies. 

A3. Hashira Yamamoto, H. Yamamoto, T. Kuroki, H. Fujishima, M. Okubo, Pilot-Scale NOx and SOx Aftertreatment Using a Two-Phase Ozone and Chemical Injection in Glass-Melting-Furnace Exhaust Gas. 

A4. Carlos I. Calle, C. R. Buhler, M. D. Hogue, M. R. Johansen, P. J. Mackey, J. Phillips III, J.S. 

Clements, Mitigation of Electrostatic Hazards in Spacecraft. 

A5. Bing Guo, Wasim Javed, Ahmad Al-Kuwari, Effect of Voltage Rise Time on the Efficiency of an Electrodynamic Dust Shield Device Using Trapezoidal Waveform. 

A6. Annie A. R. Bernard Cristian Morales, Graham Silva, Ryan Eriksen, Mark N. Horenstein, Malay K. Mazumder, How Does Sand Get Unipolar Charge in an Electrodynamic Screen (EDS)? 

A7. Shubho Banerjee, Yi Song, Blake Wilkerson, Electrostatics of unequal sized conducting spheres. 

Contact Charging and Triboelectric Effects I

C1. Bogdan-Marian Neagoe, Thami Zeghloul, Yopa Prawatya, Lucian Dascalescu, Analysis of electrically charged polymer surfaces effect on friction coefficient in lubricated sliding contacts. 

C2. Robert A. Morse, Teaching Electrostatics in Introductory Physics: Real Values and a Really Useful Notation. 

C3. Daniel J. Breton, Emily Asenath-Smith, Nathan J. Lamie, Dynamic Triboelectrification of Gas-Solids Flows in Metallic Tubes. 

C4. Thiago A. L. Burgo, Bruno C. Batista, Fernando Galembeck, Elastoelectricity of Elastomers: Mechanical-To-Electrical Energy Conversion. 

C5. Adam L. Collins, Rhyan S. B. Ghosh, Seth J. Putterman, Triboelectrification of Single Crystals as a Function of Orientation and Surface Reconstruction. 

C6. Isaac Greber, Andrew Wang, John C. Angus, Charge Transfer Between Chemically Identical Solids: Modeling and Experimental Studies. 

C7. Adriaan Riet, Mamadou Sow, Qizan Chen, Daniel J. Lacks, Modeling of Coulombic Adhesive Forces on a Charged Particle Near a Grounded, Conducting Plane. 

D. Contact Charging and Triboelectric Effects II

D1. Rhyan S. B. Ghosh, Adam L. Collins, Seth J. Putterman, Towards A Single Crystal Triboelectric Series. 

D2. Fahad Chowdhury, Manjil Ray, Andrew Sowinski, Poupak Mehrani, Alberto Passalacqua, A Particle Collision Apparatus to Study the Magnitude and Direction ff Charge Transfer Between Two Colliding Particles. 

D3. Gontran Richard, Ahlem Benabderrahmane, Karim Medles, Lucien Dascalescu, Thami 

Zeghloul, Influence of Dielectric Barrier Discharge treatment on the triboelectric charging and the electrostatic separation of plastic particles. 

D4. Manjil Ray, Fahad Chowdhury, Andrew Sowinski, Poupak Mehrani, Alberto Passalacqua, Numerical Modeling of Electrostatic Effects in Monodisperse Polyethylene Particles in a Bubbling Fluidized Bed. 

D5. Dylan Carter, Christine Hartzell, Measurements of Granular Tribocharging By High-Speed Videography. 

D6. Milad Taghavivand, Andrew Sowinski, Poupak Mehrani, Study of Electrostatic Charge Generation of Powders During Pneumatic Conveying. 

E. Electrically-Induced Flows and Electrokinetics I

E1. Christophe Louste, Fundamentals and Applications for Electrohydrodynamics. 

E2. Chaoao Shi, Kazimierz Adamiak and G. S. Peter Castle, Numerical Study of the Extended DBD for Flow Control. 

E3. Masaaki Okubo, Fluid Dynamic Analysis of Electrostatic Precipitators and Ionized Flows. 

E4. Juan-Martin Cabaleiro, Thierry Paillat, Guillermo Artana, Gerard Touchard, Flow Electrification in turbulent flows of liquids – Comparison of two models. 

E5. Masahito Nishikawara, Ryo Yoneda, Hideki Yanada, Takeshi Miyakita, Kenichiro Sawada, Temperature dependence of the characteristics of an electrohydrodynamic pump with plate-bar electrodes. 

E6. Maciej A. Noras, Wesley B. Williams, Modeling Turbulent Injection of Electrically Charged Dielectric Droplets. 

E7. Michal Talmor, Christophe Louste, Jamal Seyed-Yagoob, PIV Flow Field Measurements of Electro-Hydrodynamic Conduction Pumping. 

F. Electrically-Induced Flows and Electrokinetics II

G. Biological and Medical Applications I

G1. W. Balachandran, Potential of Emerging Electrostatic Technologies for Bio-Medical and Environmental Applications. 

G2. J. Kristof, H. Miyamoto, M. Blajan, K. Shimizu, Effect of Plasma on Structure and Permeability of Epidermal Layer of Pig Skin. 

G3. Elisabetta Sieni, Paolo Sgarbossa, Fabrizio Dughiero, Michele Forzan, Paolo Di Barba, Maria Evelina Mognaschi, Tejasvi Parupudi, Lakshya Mittal, Ignacio G. Camarillo, Raji Sundararajan, Effect of tissue inhomogeneity on Electric field intensity for electrochemotherapy treatment. 

G4. Panik Moradian, Bianca Cruz, Nina Abramzon, Keith M. Forward, Surface adhesion effects of PMMA (Poly(methyl methacrylate)) of medical grade UHMWPE (Ultra-High Molecular Weight Polyethylene) after cold plasma treatment. 

G5. Tejasvi Parupudi, Allen L. Garner, Raji Sundararajan, Electrical Impedance as a biomarker for brain tumors. 

G6. Suramya Mihindukulasuriya, Shesha Jayaram, Release of electrode materials during the processing of liquid foods using in pulse electric field treatment.

H. Biological and Medical Applications II

H1. Mochen Li, Raji Sundararajan, Application of Machine Learning Algorithms on Breast Cancer Dataset. 

H2. Raji Sundararajan, Lakshya Mittal, Vishak Raman, V. Gowri Sree, S. Hemalatha, R. Rajaprabu, Arutselvan Natarajan, Ignacio G. Camarillo, Turmeric Herbal Electro-Chemo-Therapy for Metastatic Triple Negative Breast Cancer. 

I. Breakdown Phenomena and Discharges

I1. Manuel Martinez-Sanchez, Carmen Guerra-Garcia, Ngoc Cuong Nguyen, Jaime Peraire, Minimal Model of a Positive Glow Corona and Its Transition to Streamers. 

I2. Deepthi Antony, G. S. Punekar, N. K. Kishore, Improvements in an Iterative Method for Localization of Partial Discharge Source in Oil Insulation. 

I3. Pengfei Xu, Bo Zhang, Jinliang He, Shuiming Chen, Dynamic corona characteristics of falling water droplet on a conductor-to-ground electrode with AC voltage applied. 

I4. Gaohui He, Qin Hu, Lichun Shu, Xingliang Jiang, Dauchuan Yang, Raji Sundararajan, Influence of rime ice severity on conductor audible noise characteristics of positive corona discharge.

J. Gas Discharges and Microplasmas

J1. Hak-Joon Kim, Yong-Jin Kim, Chang-Gyu Woo, Bangwoo Han, Novel air cleaning technologies for indoor air quality using electrostatic precipitation with near-zero ozone generation. 

J2. Tomoya Mitsui, Akinori Zukeran , Koji Yasumoto, Takashi Nakano, Koyu Tsubouchi, Takashi 

Ogawa, Prevention of Back Corona Discharge in an Electrostatic Precipitator Using Asymmetrical Rectangular AC Voltage. 

J3. Takuya Kuwahara, Keiichiro Yoshida, Tomoyuki Kuroki, Kenichi Hanamoto, Kazutoshi Sato, Masaaki Okubo, Pilot-Scale Combined Reduction of Accumulated Particulate Matter and NOx Using Nonthermal Plasma for Marine Diesel Engine. 

J4. Daniel Martin, Nazli Turan, Paul Rumbach, David B. Go, Measuring the radius of the plasma at the plasma-liquid interface in a pulsed-current, DC discharge. 

J5. Tomoyuki Kuroki, Manabu Nakamura, Keita Hori, Masaaki Okubo, Effect of Monomer Concentration on Adhesive Strength of PTFE Film in Atmospheric Plasma Graft-Polymerization Process. 

J6. Takashi Ikehata, Ruida Bao, Tomotaka Kijima, Naoyuki Sato, Static Elimination of Charged Objects in Vacuum by Pulsed Glow Plasma. 

J7. Yoshio Higashiyama, Takuya Nakajima, Toshiyuki Sugimoto, Decay Time of Current Pulse by Disruption of Taylor-Cone Formed at a Capillary Electrode Under DC Field.

K. Measurements and Instrumentation

P. Poster Session and Demonstrations

P1. Sara Mantach, Kazimierz Adamiak, A Full EHD Flow Pattern in Point-Plane Corona Discharge. 

P2. Maria Kezhia D. Rullan, Erik Jensen, Keith M. Forward, Humidity Effects on Triboelectrification of Insulating Materials. 

P3. Ahlem Benabderrahmane, Thami Zeghloul, Gontran Richard, Karim Medles, Amar Tilmatine, Lucian Dascalescu, Factors influencing tribo-electrification of granular polymers in a coaxial-counter-rotating-cylinders tribo-charger. 

P4. Karim Medles, I. Achouri, T. Zeghloul, K. Medles, H. Nouri, L. Dascalescu, Optimal Operating Point a Tribo Aero-Electrostatic Separator with Rotating Disk Electrodes. 

P5. M. Maammar, Wessim Aksa, M. F. Boukhoulda, S. Touhami, L. Dascalescu, T. Zeghloul, Numerical simulation of particle trajectories in a multifunctional electrostatic separator. 

P6. Akihiro Matsumura, Tatsushi Matsuyama, Kenta Kato, Junich Ida, Electrostatic charging of powder in a metal shaker. 

P7. Y. Kisanuki, K. Fukuda, Y. Makishima, K. Kitabayashi, S. Katsushima, N. Debasher, K. Takashima, A. Mizuno, Corona discharge with bundle of very fine conductive fibers. 

P8. Michelle Nassar, Christophe Louste, Anny Michel, Michel Daaboul, Experimental investigation of the variation of HFE electric properties with temperature. 

P9. A. K. Batra, B. B. Bohara, J. Mills, Mechanisms of DC and AC Conduction in PLZT/paint Nanocomposite Films. 

P10. W. Mike Arnold, Microbial Disinfection Using Microplasma-Generated Ozone. 

P11. Ouari Abbes, Miloua Farid, Oualid Imene, Djillali Aouimeur, Haskar Houari, Tilmatine Amar, Monitoring of a bag filter by online measurement of the electrical charge of the filter media. 

P12. Oualid Imène, Miloua Farid, Ouari Abbès, Flazi Samir, Contribution to the Development and 

Technology of Electrostatic Precipitator. 

P13. Francisco J. Durán-Olivencia, Jamal S. Yagoobi, The Effect of Substrate Curvature on Flexible EHD Conduction Pumping Performance: A Numerical Study. 

P14. Olivia Koonce, Nicholas Drane, Michael S. June, 3-D Printed, Carbon Filled-Plastic Electrode Performance for an Electro-Hydrodynamic Air Moving Device. 

P15. Faisal Aldawsari, Arathi Mohan Sharma, Chitral Angammana, Shesha Jayaram, Investigation of Polymer Filler Interface Using Dielectric Spectroscopy. 

P16. T. Jeya Shree, V. Gowri Sree , A. Priyanka, Raji Sundararajan, T. M. Sridhar, Polyphenol grape extract using Pulsed Electric Field for cancer treatment. 

P17. Myungjoon Kim, Yong-Jin Kim, Bangwoo Han, Chang Gyu Woo, Hak-Joon Kim, Fine particle removal from a corrosive gas using a two-stage electrostatic precipitator with multiple ion injection type chargers and parallel collection plates. 

P18. Aditya Bandopadhyay, N. K. Kishore, Suman Chakraborty, Experimental observation of lateral movement of a sedimenting drop due to a tilted electric field. 

P19. Michael Johansen , J. R. Phillips III, J. J. Wang, J. Mulligan, J. S. Clements, C. I. Calle, Electrical Characteristics of the Mars Electrostatic Precipitator. 

P20. Marius Blajan, Daisuke Nonanka, Jaroslav Kristof, Kazuo Shimizu, Influence of the Microplasma Actuator Electrode Configuration on the Induced EHD Flow. 

P21. Satish Polisetty, Shesha Jayaram, Ayman El-Hag, Classification of Different Types of Discharges in Insulation System Using Acoustic Signals. 

P22. Thiago A. L. Burgo, Kelly S. Moreira, Leticia O. Ferreira, Fernando Galembeck, Spontaneous electrostatic charging during evaporation at solid-liquid and solid-gas interfaces. 

P23. Mark Horenstein, Design of an Ultra-Sensitive Electric-Field Sensor Using Digital Signal Processing. 

P24. Liangliang Li, Baoquan Liu, Xin Gao, Quanzhen Liu, Study on electrostatic hazard and prevention in Polyester granules packing process. 

P25. Cuong Nguyen, Carmen Guerra Garcia, Manuel Martinez-Sanchez, Jaime Peraire, Simulation of glow corona discharge on airfoils. 

2017 Proceedings

A. Electrically-Induced Flows and Electrokinetics I

A1. H.-T. Charles Fan and Jorge Arinez, Full Vehicle Simulation of Electrostatic Paint Spray Simulation. 

A2. Feng C. Lai, I. W. Brindle, and F. C. Lai, Experimental Study of Corona Jet Produced by a Circular Tube Fitted with a Nozzle. 

A3. Katsuo Sakai, The third trial for the new electrostatic generator that is driven by Asymmetric electrostatic force. 

A4. V. Vivacqua, M. Ghadiri, A. M. Abdullah, A. Hassanpour, M. J. F. A. Al-Marri, B. Azzopardi, B. Hewakandamby, B. Kermani, Evaluation of a Novel Electrode Design for Separation of Water-in-Oil Dispersions by Electrocoalescence. 

A5. Hidemasa Takana and Koyo Saegus, Effect of Pulsed Voltage on Characteristics of Ionic Liquid Electrospray. 

A6. Marius Blajan, Akihiko Ito, Jaroslav Kristof, and Kazuo Shimizu, 3-D Numerical Simulation of Vortex Generator by Microplasma.

B. Contact Charging and Triboelectric Effects I

D. Gas Discharges and Microplasmas

D1. Chaoao Shi, Kazimierz Adamiak, and G. S. Peter Castle, Investigation of Characteristics of Dielectric Barrier Discharge Using a Numerical Model.  

D2. VN. Manivannan, W. Balachandran, G. Agozzino, M. Jayamurthy, D. Brennen, and M. Abbod, NOx abatement form the exhaust of a diesel engine with non-thermal plasma and Ag/Al2O3 catalyst. 

D3. Xiaozhou Shen, Xiaozhou Shen, Joseph Toth, R. Mohan Sankaran, Daniel Lacks, Direct Non-Oxidative Methane Conversion by Dielectric Barrier Discharge – a Modeling Study.

F. Materials Synthesis Processing and Behavior

F1. Rajesh Sharma, Samuel King, Mesut Yurukcu, and Tansel Karabacak, Multijunction thin film electrodes for photoelectrolysis. 

F2. Mahdi Elghazali, Manoj Sachdev, and Ajoy Opal, Design Methodology for ESD Power Supply Clamps in Advanced CMOS Technologies. 

F3. Mahdi Khanali and Shesha Jayaram, Use of dielectric spectroscopy in analysing the wood degradation due to weathering and ageing.

G. Breakdown Phenomenon and Discharge

G1. Elyse Rosenbaum, Electrostatic Discharge: A Reliability Threat to Integrated Circuits. 

G2. Michael Hogue, Rachel Cox, Jaysen Mulligan, Jayanta Kapat, Kareem Ahmed, Jennifer Wilson, and Luz Marina Calle, Revision of Paschen’s Law Relating to the ESD of Aerospace Vehicle Surfaces. 

G3. Jiann-Lin Su and Tsrong-Yi Wen, Nanoparticle Collection Using Electrostatic Precipitator with Spike Corona Electrode. 

G4. Zahirul Hasan Khan, George D. Bouzianas, Theodoros K. Koumbis, Vasileios N. Zagkanas, A Comparative Study of Experimental and Simulation Results of Sieving Electrostatic Precipitator.

H. Safety and Hazards

I. Contact Charging and Triboelectric Effects II

I1. Joseph Toth and Matti Murtomaa, Triboelectric charging through particle-particle contact using acoustic levitation. 

I2. Gontran Richard, Abdelkader Nadjem, Karim Medles, Miloud Kachi, Thami Zeghloul, and Lucian Dascalescu, Tribocharging of PP and PVC Granules After Exposure to a Dielectric Barrier Discharge (DBD). Effect of DBD Exposure Duration, Voltage Amplitude and Frequency. 

I3. U. Zafar, M. Ali, F. Alfano, and M. Ghadiri, Evaluation of a New Method for Assessing Triboelectric Charging Propensity of Particles. 

I4. Xing Jin and Jeffrey S. Marshall, Contact Electrification of Suspended Particles in a Turbulent Fluid. 

I5. Ladislav Konopka, Simon Jantac, Jarmila Kucerova, and Juraj Kosek, Triboelectrification of Polymers. 

I6. Dylan Carter and Christine Hartzell, A Method for Measuring Charge Separation in Granular Mixtures in Vacuum.

J. Atmospheric and Space Applications I

J1. Karen Aplin, Electrical processes in planetary atmospheres. 

J2. Mark Horenstein, Ultra-Sensitive Electric-Field Sensor for Underwater Object Detection. 

J3. Giles Harrison, Keri Nicoll, and Karen Aplin, Remote sensing of cloud base charge. 

J4. Jesus A. Dominguez, J. R. Phillips III, P. J. Mackey, M. D. Hogue, M. R. Johansen, R. E. Cox, and C. I. Calle, Comprehensive Modeling of Surface Dust Removal via Electrostatic and Dielectrophoretic Forces in Planetary Exploration Missions. 

J5. Shubho Banerjee, Blake Wilkerson, and Yi Song, The mathematics behind the close approach of two equal-sized charged spheres.

K. Electrically-Induced Flows and Electrokinetics II

L. Electrically-Induced Flows and Electrokinetics III

M. Contact Charging and Triboelectric Effects III

M1. Eli Van Cleve, M. Ibbotson, A. L. Collins, and C. G. Camara, Simulation of non-contact macroscopic triboelectric and tribological device 

M2. Fahad Chowdhury, Alberto Passalacqua, Andrew Sowinski, Manjil Ray, and Poupak Mehrani, An Euler-Euler CFD Model for Gas-Solid Fluidized Beds Incorporating Electrostatic Charging due to Particle-Wall Collisions. 

M3. Joshua Méndez-Haper, George McDonald, Josef Dufek, Mike Malaska, and Devon Burr, Electric Titan: A world molded by electrostatics.

General Poster Session

P1. Imed Eddine Achouri, Thami Zeghloul, Hamou Nouri, Abdelkader Mekhalef Benhafssa, Gontran Richard, Karim Medles, and Lucian Dascalescu, Tribo-aero-electrostatic Separation of Micronized Waste Plastics. 

P2. Ahlem Ben Ab, Gontran Richard, Ana-Maria Delisor, Amar Tilmatine, Lucian Dascalescu, Thami Zeghloul, Modeling and Optimization of a Roll-type Tribo-electrostatic Separator for Granular Plastic Mixtures 

P3. Chen Li, Zifan Wanga, Xiaoyan Huanga, Farzaneh Jalalinejada Kwangseok Choib, and Lifeng Zhanga, Characterization of Tribocharging Behaviour of Pharmaceutical Granules in a Turbulent Flow Tribocharger. 

P4. Li Liangliang, Li Yipeng, Liu Quanzhen, Gao Xin, Sun Lifu, Experimental study on the electrostatic risk factors in the process of refueling and uploading meanwhile at petrol stations. 

P5. He Meng, Electrostatic hazards of applying foam to protect exposed flammable product pools. 

P6. W. Mike Arnold, The Cell Membrane Conductivity Disparity. 

P7. Angela Antoniu, Electrical dipoles, extracellular signals, and surface measurements: an example. 

P8. Khandakar Nusrat Islam and Mark Gilmore, Characterization of methods of surface charge removal for the reduction of electrostatic discharge events in explosive environments. 

P9. Zerin Mahzabin Khan, Recent Innovations in Electromyography for Biomedical Applications: A Systematic Literature Review. 

P10. Shubho Banerjee, Yi Song, and Blake Wilkerson, Electrostatics of equal-sized spheres at small separation. 

P11. Faisal Aldawsari, Chitral Angammana, and Shesha Jayaram, Influence of Interphase on the Electrical Properties of Silicone Nanocomposites.

2016 Proceedings

B. Atmospheric and Space Applications

B1. C.I. Calle and P.J. Mackey, The Electrostatic Environment at the International Space Station. 

B2. M. Reznikov, Further Progress in the Electrostatic Nucleation of Water Vapor. 

B3. Hiroyuki Kawamoto, Megumi Kato and Masato Adachi, Electrostatic Transport of Regolith Particles for Sample Return Mission from Asteroids. 

B4. Shubho Banerjee, Mason Levy, McKenna Davis, Electrostatic force between two conducting equal-sized charged spheres. 

B5. Masato Adachi, Hirofumi Moroka, Hiroyuki Kawamoto, Sachiko Wakabayashi, Takeshi 

Hoshino, Particle-Size Sorting System of Lunar Regolith Using Electrostatic Traveling Wave.

C. Materials Synthesis, Processing, and Behavior

C1. Prakash Kodali, Use of Flat Ribbon like Electrode Geometry to Pole PVDF Piezoelectrics in Solution Processing. 

C2. Chitral J Angammana, Ryan J Gerakopulos, Shesha H Jayaram, Mass Production of Nano-Composites Using Electrospinning. 

C3. Gontran Richard, Abdelhady Ragab Salama, Karim Medles, Cedric Lubat, Seddik Touhami, Lucian Dascalescu, Electrostatic Separation of two Types of Copper Wires from Electric Cable Wastes. 

D. Electrically-Induced Flows and Electrokinetics I

D1. Rajorshi Paul, Guttapalli Naveen Kumar, Shubhadeep Mandal, N.K. Kishore, Saurav Pramanik, Suman Chakraborty, Experimental investigation on the electrohydrodynamic motion and shape deformation of a sedimenting drop under uniform alternating electric field. 

D2. V.A. Chirkov, E.S. Rodikova, Yu.K. Stishkov, The Dependence of the Efficiency of Electrohydrodynamic Heat Exchanger on the Electric Conductivity of Liquid. 

D3. M. Talmor, L. Yang, T. Larkin, O. Kamat, T. Dancy, J. Seyed-Yagoobi, Flow distribution control in micro-scale via electrohydrodynamic conduction pumping. 

D4. Clément Gouriou, Christophe Louste and Philippe Traoré, Influence of seeding particle type on velocity measurements in silicone oil under high voltage. 

D5. Keiichiro Yoshida and Ryusuke Sakamoto, Flow Generation in a Narrow Space Using Dielectric Barrier Discharge.

E. Breakdown Phenomena and Discharges I

E1. Michael D. Hogue, Jayanta Kapat, Kareem Ahmed, Rachel E. Cox, Jennifer G. Wilson, Luz M. Calle, Jaysen Mulligan, Dynamic Gas Flow Effects on the ESD of Aerospace Vehicle Surfaces. 

E2. Zahirul Hasan Khan, The Development of Modern Discharge Electrode in Electrostatic Precipitation: A Systematic Review. 

E3. Rahul Chakraborty and Subba Reddy B, Performance of Silicone Rubber Insulators Under Thermal and Electrical Stress. 

E4. Alok Ranjan Verma, Subba Reddy B, Tracking and Erosion Resistance of Silicon Rubber Samples Subjected to Environmental Conditions.

F. Electrically-Induced Flows and Electrokinetics II

F1. Kang Luo, Jian Wu, Hong-Liang Yi, He-Ping Tan, A lattice Boltzmann method for electric field-space charge coupled problems.

F2. S. Modh, C. Gouriou, R. Sosa, M. Daaboul, P. Traore, C. Louste, Electroconvective cavity flows produced by a cylinder/plane electrode geometry.

F3. Adrian Ieta, Justin D’Antonio, Marius Chirita, Experimental characterization of EHD thrust from pin emitters.

F4. Robert L. Garris, Maciej A. Noras, Manipulation of electrosprayed dielectric fluids using electric fields.

G. Poster Session and Demonstrations

G1. W. Mike Arnold, Low-conductivity, high permittivity media for electromanipulation. 

G2. Meral Birbir, Eda Yazici, Pinar Caglayan, Yasar Birbir, Richard Alan Goebel, Electric Current and Antibacterial Agent Application to Inactivate Antibiotic Resistant Enterobactericeae. 

G3. Amanda M. Loveless, and Allen L. Garner, Calculating Field Enhancement Factor Using the Boundary Element Method. 

G4. F.J. Durán-Olivencia and Philippe Traoré, A Consistent Fluid Approach (CFA) to Model Electrical Discharges. 

G5. John Beach, Bridget Chartrand, and Hugh Gallagher, Quantitative Determination of the Breakdown Field of Air from Van de Graaff Generator Discharge. 

G6. Abdelkader Mekhalef, Sara Messal, Karim Medles, Thami Zeghloul, Lucian Dascalescu, A Propeller-Type Tribocharger for Granular Plastics Mixtures. 

G7. Yoshiaki Ota, Tatsushi Matsuyama, Junichi Ida, Hideo Yamamoto, Charge relaxation property of PFA films in contact charging. 

G8. P.A.Vázquez, A.T. Pérez, P. Traoré, J. Wu, Non-linear numerical study of 2D electroconvection between parallel plates. 

G9. Philippe Traoré, Jian Wu, Alberto T. Pérez, Pédro A. Vázquez, Christophe Louste, Numerical investigation of electroconvection induced by strong induced unipolar injection between two rotating coaxial cylinders. 

G10. Justin D’Antonio, Bibash Kc, Marius Chirita, and Adrian Ieta, Assessing EHD thrust using rotational motion. 

G11. Sachin Modh, Christophe Louste, Philippe Traoré, Parametric study of an electrohydrodynamic conduction pump with a washer-type geometry. 

G12. Koichi Kurita, Detection method for contact electrification based on electrostatic induction. 

G13. Toshiyuki Sugimoto, Takuya Aoki, Measurement of wettability for polymer materials using non-contact surface resistivity measurement. 

G14. J. Roine, M. Murtomaa, J. Salonen, Influence of electrospraying parameters on microcapsule properties in dual-capillary electroencapsulation – a case study using the Taguchi robust design method. 

G15. Outi Alanen, Matti Murtomaa, Jarno Salonen, Thermosensitivity of coaxial electrospun PEG-HPMC/tricaprin fibers. 

G16. Abdeldjalil Reguig, Abdelber Bendaoud, Peyman Dordizadeh, Lucien Dascalescu, Experimental and Numerical Study of Corona Discharge Generated by a Wire-Type Dual Electrode Located Between Parallel Grounded Strips. 

G17. Cynthia Montanez, Andy Quan, Jennifer Lopez, Sam White, Keith Forward, Triboelectrification of insulators in low humidity environments. 

G18. B. Vail Cook, Luke Gibson, Matthew Galazzo, Joshua Yamaguchi, Keith Forward, Development of ceramic metal oxide membranes by means of reactive electrospinning. 

G19. G. Sivakumar, Gowri Sree, Viswanathan Jothi, and Raji Sundararajn, Application of high voltage pulse for mushroom cultivation. 

G20. Anand Valdlamani, Jie Zhuang, Juergen F. Kolb, Allen L. Garner, Biological Cell Dielectric Property Variation with Temperature. 

H. Electrospinning

H1. George G. Chase, Applications of Electrical Fields in Chemical Processes. 

H2. Keith M. Forward, Role of heat and mass transfer in electrospinning. 

H3. Chitral J. Angammana, Ryan J. Gerakopulos, Shesha H. Jayaram, Rheological, Electrical and Thermal Properties of Enhanced Epoxy/Silica Composites. 

H4. Yuguang Ge, David Rodriguez, Araz Boghozian, Chris W. Draper, Jose D. Jimenez, Menooa Zohrabian, Lihua Zhang and Yong X. Gan, Hyperthermia Property of Aligned Composite Nanofibers. 

H5. Jeremy M. Mortrud, James M. Roska, Patrick S. Hogan, Harjot S. Gill, Gevork Kazaryan, and Keith M. Forward, Free surface electrospun polyvinylidene fluoride membranes for direct contact membrane distillation.

I. Biological and Medical Applications

I1. Moved to different session. 

I2. Anh Lam, Jeremy Lewis, Grace Machado, Michelle Miner, Cuong Nguyen and Keith M. Forward, Free Surface Electrospinning of Microemulsions Containing Vitamin E. 

I3. Vishak Raman, Vishveswaran Jothi, Ignacio Camarillo, and Raji Sundararajan, Electroporation-based Enhanced Anticancer Effect of Veliparib on Triple Negative Breast Cancer Cells. 

I4. Kazuo Shimizu, An Nhat Tran, Kristof Jaroslav, Marius Gabriel Blajan, Investigation of atmospheric microplasma for improving skin permeability. 

I5. Hak-Joon Kim, Bangwoo Han, Chang-gyu Woo, Yong-Jin Kim, Gi-Taek Lim and Weon Gyu Shin, Air cleaning performance of a novel electrostatic air purifier using activated carbon fiber filter for passenger cars.

J. Contact Charging and Triboelectric Effects II

K. Electrically-Induced Flows and Electrokinetics III

K1. Eric Moreau and Nicolas Benard, Electrohydrodynamic phenomena in atmospheric discharges: application to airflow control by plasma actuators. 

K2. David Crowell, Annie Bernard, Carlos Coutinho, Alecia Driffin, Ryan Eriksen, Mark Horenstein, and Malay Mazumder, Electrostatic Charging of Particles by Electrodynamic Screens. 

K3. Paul Leblanc, Thierry Paillat, Juan Martin Cabaleiro and Gérard Touchard, Flow electrification investigated under the effect of the wall shearing stress. 

K4. Yoshio Higashiyama, Chou Tae Yeong and Toshiyuki Sugimoto, Enhancement of Liquid Flow in a Water Droplet Located on a Super-Hydrophobic Surface During Resonant Vibration by Unbalanced-Electric Field.

L. Gas Discharges and Micro-Plasmas I

L1. Kazuo Shimizu, Saho Muramatsu, Kristof Jaroslav and Marius Blajan, Analysis of hexadecane decomposition by atmospheric microplasma. 

L2. Yunxiao Cao, Zhiqiang Wang, Jinjun Wang, Guofeng Li, Experimental Study on Magnesite and Mineral Components Electrostatic Separation Methods. 

L3. M. Okubo, H. Yamada, K. Yoshida, T. Kuroki, Simultaneous Reduction of Diesel Particulate and NOX Using Catalysis Combined Nonthermal Plasma Reactor.

M. Contact Charging and Triboelectric Effects III

N. Gas Discharges and Micro-Plasmas II

N1. Tomoyuki Kuroki, Nanoparticle removal and exhaust gas cleaning using a gas-liquid interfacial nonthermal plasma. 

N2. N. Manivannan, G. Agozzino, W. Balachandran, M. Abbod, D. Brennen and F. Di Natale, NO Abatement using Microwave Micro-Plasma Generated using Granular Activated Carbon. 

N3. Abbas Semnani, Sergey Macheret, and Dimitrios Peroulis, Plasma-Based Reconfigurable RF Electronics. 

N4. Atsushi Katatani, Hiroshi Hosono, Hikaru Murata, Yuki Iizuka, Hiroshi Yahata and Akira 

Mizuno, Electrostatic Precipitator Using Weak Corona Discharge Generated by Carbon Fiber Flocking Electrodes. 

N5. Rui Xu, Paul Rumbach, David B. Go, Electroreduction of CO2 (aq) with an Atmospheric-Pressure Plasma Cathode.

P. Electrically-Induced Flows and Electrokinetics IV

P1. Albert Gazaryan, Andrei Sitnikov, Vladimir Chirkov, Yury Stishkov, A Method for Estimation of Functional Dependence of Injection Charge Formation on Electric Field Strength. 

P2. Jian Wu, Philippe Traor, Perdo A. Vázquez, Alberto T. Pérez, Numerical simulation of electro-thermo-convection in a dielectric liquid lying between two between two eccentric cylinders. 

P3. Z. Ramshani, Michael J. Johnson, Massood Z. Atashbar, David B. Go, A self-pumping, low-voltage piezoelectricallydriven electrospray. 

P4. Katsuo Sakai, A second trial for the new electrostatic generator.

Q. Gas Discharges and Micro-Plasmas III

R. Breakdown Phenomena and Discharges II

S. Safety and Hazards

S1. Kelly Robinson, Assessing Passive Static Dissipators. 

S2. Swaroop Kishan Singh, G S Punekar, N K Kishore, Electric field distribution in an EHV substation: A Case study.

T1. Hak-Joon Kim, Bangwoo Han, Chang-Gyu Woo, and Yong-Jin Kim, Electrical and particle collection performance of an novel ESP with indirect charging method for corrosive and explosive gas cleaning.

T2. Michal Talmor, Lei Yang, Thomas R. Larkin, Omesh K. Kamat, Tobin J. Dancy, and Jamal Seyed- Yagoobi, Flow Distribution control in microscale via electrohydrodynamic conduction pumping.

T3. Ishnath Pathak, A Concept of Absolute Polarization in Dielectrics.

2014 Proceedings

A. Contact Charging and Triboelectric Effects I

A1. Peter M. Ireland, Oblique Single-Particle Impact Charging – The Effect of Normal and Tangential Forces. 

A2. T. A. L. Burgo, G. Ramirez, O. L. Eryilmaz, and A. Erdemir, Tribocurrent-like Friction Force at a Metal-Insulator Interfaces. 

A3. M.R. Johansen, J.R. Phillips III, J.D. Kelley, P.J. Mackey, E. Holbert, J.S. Clements, and C.I. Calle, A Feasibility Study of The Wheel Electrostatic Spectrometer. 

A4. Ayako Murakami, Hideyuki Yamamoto, Tatsushi Matsuyama, Junichi Id,and Hideo Yamamoto, Direct Measurement of Potential Difference Between Two Surfaces in a Process of Contact and Separation. 

A5. Isaac Greber and John C. Angus, Thermal Excitation of Charge Carriers: Effect on Charge Transfer Between Particles of Different Size. 

A6. Shiyu Hu, Yuanyue Zhang, and Tianmin Shao, Study of Electrostatic Potential Induced by Friction.

B. Electrically-Induced Flows and Electrokinetics

B1. Mohammadreza Ghazanchaei, Kazimierz Adamiak, and G.S. Peter Castle, Predicted Flow Characteristics of a Wire-nonparallel Plate Type Electrohydrodynamic Gas Pump Using the Finite Element Method.

B2. Jeremy W. Stark, Julius Yellowhair, Vicente Colmenares, Noah Hudelson, Hannah Gibson, Arash Sayyah, Mark Horenstein, and Malay Mazumder, Optimization of Electro-optic Systems for Self Cleaning Photovoltaic Panels and Concentrated Solar Reflectors.

B3. Katsuo Sakai, A First Trial for the New Electrostatic Generator that Will Solve the CO2 Problem.

B4. Osameh Ghazian, Kazimierz Adamiak, and G. S. Peter Castle, Interaction between Two, Stationary or Impacting, Electrically Charged Droplets.

B5. A. Ieta, J. Cesta, M. Chirita, T. Liguori, G. Donastor, J. D’Antonio, W. Resch, JOBB Mendes De Almeida, I. Waszczynski, and G.R. Santos, Experimental Corona Wind Profiles.

B6. John Hudelson, Jeremy Stark, and Vicente Colmenares, Optimization of Electrode Geometry for Designing Electrodynamic Screens Integrated on Solar Mirrors with Maximum Electrostatic Forces for Dust Removal with Minimal Specular Reflection Losses.

C. Biological and Medical Applications I

C1. Matthew Lee, Jeffrey T. Miller, Alexis G. Goebel, and Keith M. Forward, Free Surface Electrospinning of Microemulsions Containing Vitamin E. 

C2. Vickram Lakhian and Sarah E. Dickson, Reduction of Nitrate Ions Using Aqueous Phase Corona Discharge. 

C3. Sathish Eswaramoorthy, N. Sivakumaran, and Raji Sundararajan, Simulation of Electric Field Distribution and Depth of Electrodes Placed in Cancer Tissues. 

C4. W. Lin, C. Cooper, I. Camarillo, L.M. Reece, L. Clah, A. Natarajan, L. G. Campana, and R. Sundararajan, The Effectiveness of Electroporation-based Nanocurcumin and Curcumin Treatment on Human Breast Cancer Cells. 

C5. Sri Harsha V, Junxing Shi, and Raji Sundararajan, Electric Field Distribution in Brain Tumors Due to Various Electrode Geometries. 

C6. K. Elavarasi, FDCT-MST based Poison Noise Removal in Biomedical Images.

E. Gas Discharges and Microplasmas

F. Contact Charging and Triboelectric Effects II

F1. Tatsushi Matsuyama, Masayuki Imba, Mojtaba Ghadiri, Junichi Ida, and Hideo Yamamoto, A Modeling of Electrostatic Charging of Particles in a Shaker with DEM. 

F2. Eli Van Cleve, Benjamin Lucas, Zach Gamlieli, Mark Valentine, Eric Wong, David Kamkar, Gilberto Jimenez, Pedro Cortes, Nikhil Mehta, Justen Harper, Jon Fong, and Carlos Camara, A Triboelectric X-ray Source. 

F3. L. Xie, P.F. He, J. Zhou and D. J. Lacks, Correlation of Contact Deformation with Contact Electrification of Identical Materials. 

F4. Andrew E. Wang, Daniel J. Lacks, and R. Mohan Sankaran, Contact Charging between Surfaces of Quartz (0001) and Sapphire (0001) – An Experimental Investigation. 

F5. Adrian Samuila, Mihai Bilici, Vasile Ilies, and Lucien Dascalescu, Design and Test of a Novel Fluidized-bed Two-insulated-rolls-type Tribo-aero-electrostatic Separator for Granular Plastics. 

F6. Di Song and Poupak Mehrani, Comparison of Particles Charge Distribution within a Pilot-scale Gas-solid Fluidized Bed Operated at Atmospheric Versus High Pressure. 

F7. Lia Beraldo da Silveira Balestrin, Douglas Soares da Silva, and Fernando Galembeck, Triboelectricity in Insulators: Further Evidence for a Mechanochemical Mechanism.

G. Atmospheric and Space Applications

G1. R. Giles Harrison, Fair Weather Atmospheric Electricity: its Origin and Applications. 

G2. Sylvia Lüttgens, Günter Lüttgens, Anders Thulin, Thierry Paillat, and Gérard Touchard, Electrostatic Charge Evolution of a Falling Droplet Application to Splash Filling. 

G3. Karen Aplin, Isobel Houghton, Keri Nicoll, Michael Humphries, and Alex Tong, Electrical Charging of Volcanic Ash. 

G4. Shubho Banerjee and Mason Levy, Approximate Capacitance Expressions for Two Equal Sized Conducting Spheres.

H. Breakdown Phenomenon and Discharge

H1. Abbas Semnani and Dimitrios Peroulis, High Frequency Gas Breakdown and Microplasma Formation in Evanescent-Mode Cavity Resonators. 

H2. H. Osman, K. Adamiak and G.S.P. Castle, Numerical Simulation of the Electric Field Distribution for Electrostatic Powder Coating of Targets with Surface Perturbations. 

H3. Paul Rumbach, Yingjie Li, Santiago Martinez, Thibault Twahirwa, and David B. Go, Gas Discharge Processes at Micrometer Scales. 

H4. Cornelius Louwrens Pieterse, Paul Papka, and Willem J. Perold, Analytical Calculation of Corona Discharge Thresholds for Arbitrary Electrospraying Geometries.

J. Materials Synthesis Processing and Behavior

J1. Junhong Chen, Vertically-oriented Graphene: Plasma Synthesis and Applications 

J2. David Ehre, Belitzky Alik, Eran Mishuk, Meir Lahav, and Igor Lubomirsky, High Temperature Ice Nucleation Induced by Pyroelectric Effect in Amino Acids Crystals. 

J3. Albert E. Seaver and Brian P. Seaver, Applying Classical Physics and MOC to Predict the Output of a Thermocouple. 

J4. S. Ghosh, A. Barnes, R. Yang, P. X. L. Feng, C. A. Zorman, and R. M. Sankaran, Soft-plasma Based Micro-patterning of Metals on Polymers: A Novel Direct Write Technology Enabling Single Step Fabrication of Metal Interconnects. 

J5. Ryan J. Gerakopulos, Chitral J. Angammana, and Shesha H. Jayaram, Effect of Mixing Method on Thermal Properties of Silicone Composites. 

J6. Andrea J. Bubendorfer, Bridget Ingham, John V. Kennedy, and W. Mike Arnold, Origin of Electrokinetic Variability in Microfluidic Devices Cast on SU-8 Epoxy.

K. Biological and Medical Applications II

L. Measurements and Instrumentation II

L1. Qi Peng, Wang Diansheng, Liu Jing, Chen Yifei, and Zhang Haotian, Measurement of Electrical Conductivity of High Insulating Oil Using Charge Decay. 

L2. Cornelius Louwrens Pieterse, Paul Papka, and Willem J. Perold, Surface Tension Determination Using Electrospray Ionization.

M. General Papers in Electrostatics

M1. Kelly Robinson, Static Dissipator Neutralization Efficiency. 

M2. Karen L. Aplin and R. Giles Harrison, Lord Kelvin’s Scottish Atmospheric Electrostatics Measurements. 

M3. Jonathan Ngai, Daniel C. Park, Juan A. Rodriguez, and Keith M. Forward, Environmental and Hydrophilic Effects on the Triboelectric Charging of Insulator Materials. 

M4. Mihai A. Bilici, Joseph R. Toth, R. Mohan Sankaran, and Daniel J. Lacks, Triboelectric Charging Through Particle-particle Interactions of Polydisperse Granular Systems. 

M5. Ye Tian, Johnny Matta, and Poupak Mehrani, Study of the Effect of the Mixture of Two Distinct Sizes of a Polyethylene Resin on the Degree of Fluidized Bed Reactor Electrification and Wall Fouling. 

M6. Xiaozhou Shen, and Daniel J. Lacks, Contact Charging between Surfaces of Quartz (0001) and Sapphire (0001) – A Theoretical Study. 

M7. Kalev Jaakson, Marissa Petersile, Daniel Neumann, and Jeremy Stark, Variable Frequency Operation of Electrodynamic Screens for Removing Dust Particles over a Wide Size Range to Maintain High Reflectivity of Solar Mirrors. 

M8. Arash Sayyah, Mark N. Horestein, and Malay K. Mazumder, The Electrodynamic Screen: Closed-Form Solutions for the Electric Field and Dielectrophoretic Forces. 

M9. Malay Mazumder, Mark Horenstein, Jeremy Stark, Atri Roychowdhury, Arash Sayyah, and Hannah Gibson, Electrostatic Charging Mechanisms for Dust Layer Deposited on the Surface of Electrodynamic Screen (EDS): Relevance to Self-Cleaning Solar Collectors. 

M10. Brittany Bishop, Souvik Ghosh, and R. Mohan Sankaran, A Continuous Plasma-liquid Process for Controlled and Large-scale Production of Ag Clusters and Nanoparticles. 

M11. Erika Estrada, Ryan Oh, Brian Hensley, Scott West, and Keith M. Forward, Free Surface Electrospun Polyvinylidene Fluoride Membranes for Direct Contact Membrane Distillation. 

M12. Myriam Paredes, Chitral J. Angammana, and Shesha H. Jayaram, Study of the Influence of Filler/Polymer Interfacial Characteristics on Bulk Properties of Silicone Nanocomposite. 

M13. J. Cesta, A. Ieta, W. Resch, and M. Chirita, Characterization of Thrust Generated in an Electrohydrodynamic Spinner. 

M14. D. Dutta, R. M. Sankaran, and V. R. Bhethanabotla, Predicting the Chiral-selectivity of SWCNTs on Bimetallic Catalyst Surfaces Using DFT Calculations.

2013 Proceedings

A. Contact Charging and Triboelectric Effects I

A1. Poupak Mehrani, Overview of Electrostatic Charging in Gas-Solid Fluidized Beds. 

A2. Gabriela Buda, Adrian Samuila, Mihai Bilici, Atroune Salah, Lucian Dascalescu, Premises for Statistic Control of a Tribocharging Process for Granular Materials. 

A3. Teerarat Likitwattanasade, Sheryl Barringer, Separation of Powder Mixtures during Nonelectrostatic and Electrostatic Coating. 

A4. Jue Wang, Martin de Wit, Erik Smits, Maarten Schutyser, Remko Boom, Tribo-Electric Charging for Dry Separation of Food Ingredients Using Electrostatic Driving Forces.

B. Materials Synthesis Processing and Behavior

B1. Tahir A. Jeddy, Chitral J. Angammana, Shesha H. Jayaram, Use of Needleless Electrospinning to Disperse Nanosilica in Silicone Rubber. 

B2. Souvik Ghosh, R. Yang, P.X.L. Feng, C.A. Zorman, R.M. Sankaran, Reactions between Plasma Discharges and Polymer Films Containing Metal Precursors. 

B3. Adrian Ieta, Marius Chirita, Justin D’Antonio, Mihaela Luminita Kiss, Magnetic Materials by Concurrent Electrospraying and Electrospinning. 

B4. Thomas S. Varley, Katherine Holt, Searching for Cryptoelectrons: Electron Transfer Reactions on Insulating Materials. 

B5. Daniel Erickson, Jeremy Stark, Fang Hao, Steven Jung, Mark Horenstein, Malay Mazumder, Fabrication of Transparent Electrodynamic Screens by Screen Printing.

C. Electrically-Induced Flows and Electrokinetics I

C1. Kathika Liyanaarchchi, Peter M. Ireland, Grant Webber, Kevin P. Galvin, Electrostatic Formation of ‘Liquid Marbles.’ 

C2. Osameh Ghazian, Kazimierz Adamiak, G. S. Peter Castle, Resonance and Coalescence of Sessile Droplets in a Rotating Electric Field. 

C3. Matthew Salazar, Koiyro Minakata, Michael Reznikov, Electrospray as an Enforcement of Steam Condensation. 

C4. Atsushi Katatani, Hiroshi Hosono, Hikaru Murata, Hiroshi Yahata, Akira Mizuno, Electrostatic Precipitator Utilizing Gradient-force. 

C5. Igor Krichtafovitch, Tsrong Yi-Wen, Alexander Mamishev, Design of an Electronic Air Cleaner with Porous Collecting Electrodes.

D. Biological and Medical Applications

D1. Mounir Laroussi, Plasma – Cell Interaction: Review and Update. 

D2. WeiDong Zhu, Peng Sun, Haiyan Wu, Na Bai, Haixia Zhou, Ruixue Wang, Hongqing Feng, Jue Zhang, Jing Fang, Interaction of an Atmospheric Pressure Non-thermal Plasma Microjet with Water and Water Borne Bacteria. 

D3. Erika A. Estrada, William Sarraf, Brandon, Christopher Carrillo, Jacqueline Deeb, Leah Zajicek, Winny Dong, Keith M. Forward, Anti-bacterial Effectiveness of Casted Films and Electrospun Mats Containing Magnesium Oxide Particles. 

D4. Masahiro Watanabe, Norimitsu Ichikawa, Tetsuo Sakamoto, Determination in Operation by the Frequency Analyzing Induced Voltage Generated by the Movement of the Charged Human Body.

E. Contact Charging and Triboelectric Effects II

F. Gas Discharges and Microplasmas

G. Special Session on Electrostatic Developments at NASA

G1. Carlos I. Calle, P.J. Mackey, M.D. Hogue, M.R. Johansen, H. Yim, P.B. Delaune, J.S. Clements, Space Environment Testing of the Electrodynamic Dust Shield Technology. 

G2. Michael R. Johansen, P.J. Mackey, E.Holbert, J.S. Clements, C.I. Calle, Characterizing the Performance of the Wheel Electrostatic Spectrometer.

I. Contact Charging and Triboelectric Effects III

I1. Tatsushi Matsuyama, Impact Charging of Single Particles. 

I2. H. Tarik Baytekin, Bilge Baytekin, Bartosz A. Grzybowski, Seeing is Believing: Scanning Probe Microscopy of Electrification. 

I3. Mihai A. Bilici, R. Mohan Sankaran, Daniel J. Lacks, Contact Charging and Triboelectric Effects. 

I4. Thiago A. L. Burgo, Fernando Galembeck, Friction Coefficient Dependence on Electrostatic Surface Charging.

K. Electrically-Induced Flows and Electrokinetics II

K1. Adrian Ieta, Ryan Ellis, Danielle Citro, Marius Chirita, Justin D’Antonio, Characterization of Corona Wind in a Modular Electrode Configuration. 

K2. Jeremy Stark, Daniel Erickson, Fang Hao, Steve Jung, Daniel Neumann, Mark Horenstein, Malay Mazumder, Development of Self-Cleaning Solar Mirrors Utilizing Transparent Electrodynamic Screens. 

K3. Janusz Podlinski, A. Berendt, J. Mizeraczyk, EHD Devices with Parallel and in Series Spiked Electrodes for Air Pumping and Cleaning. 

K4. Akinori Zukeran, Kazuya Ninomiya, Yoshiyasu Ehara, Koji Yasumoto, Hitomi Kawakami, Takashi Inui, SOx and PM Removal using Electrostatic Precipitator with Heat Exchanger for Marine Diesel. 

K5. Steve Trigwell, Charles Buhler, Alex Biris, Latest Developments of the Electrodynamic Dust Shield.

2012 Proceedings

A. Particle Control and Charging I

A1. Troy Shinbrot, Electrostatic precursors to granular slip events. 

A2. A Sayyah, J. Stark, T. Abuhamed, W. Weisinger, M. Horenstein, M. K. Mazumder, Energy Yield Loss caused by Dust Deposition in Solar Power Plants. 

A3. Andrew Sowinski, Khaled Atieh, Poupak Mehrani, Investigation of Electrostatic Charge Distribution of Particles Adhered to the Wall of a Gas-Solid Fluidized Bed. 

A4. Fatima Rahou, Amar Tilmatine , Mihai Bilici, Lucian Dascalescu, Numerical Simulation of the Continuous Operation of a Tribo-aero-electrostatic Separator for Mixed Granular Solids.

B. Materials Behavior and Processing I

B1. Yuanyue Zhang, Contact electrification between polytetrafluoroethylene and steel. 

B2. Kazuo Shimizu, Yuta Noma, Marius Blajan, Shigeya Naritsuka, Study on Surface Modification of GaN by Atmospheric Microplasma. 

B3. Shungo Zen, Yoshiyuki Teramoto, Keisuke Hanawa, Soichi Kobayashi, Ryo Ono, Tetsuji Oda, Surface treatment of dye-sensitized solar cell using dielectric barrier discharge.

C. Particle Control and Charging II

C1. P. Girouard, J. Stark, S. Jung, M. Schmidt, M. N. Horenstein, M. K. Mazumder, Analysis of Size and Electrostatic Charge Distributions of Electrosprayed Droplets. 

C2. Owen Myers, Junru Wu, Jeffrey Marshall, Chaos in the Electric Curtain. 

C3. Peter Gefter, Jack Menear, Clean Corona Ionization Technology. 

C4. Toshiaki Yamamoto, Takahisa Sakurai, Yoshiyasu Ehara, Hitomi Kawakami, Performance Characteristics between Horizontally and Vertically Oriented Electrode EHD ESP for Diesel PM Collection.

D. Particle Control and Charging III

D1. Shuji Matsusaka, Measurement and Control of Particle Tribocharging. 

D2. Peter M. Ireland, Dynamic particle-surface tribocharging: The role of shape and contact mode. 

D3. Thiago A. L. Burgo, Kelly R. Francisco, Telma R. D. Ducati, Fernando Galembeck, Sergio E. Galembeck, Identification and stability of macroscopic electrostatic tribocharge patterns formed on PTFE surfaces.

E. Atmospheric and Space Science Applications I

E1. Richard Pham, R. Mohan Sankaran, Daniel J. Lacks, Effects of Permanent strain on the electrostatic charging of Teflon. 

E2. Indrani Bhattacharyya, Shane P. Dorsey, George E. Ewing, Martin F. Jarrold, Triboelectrification in the Saltation Layer of a Sand Storm. 

E3. J. Stark, R. Sumner, M. Mucci, P. Girouard, M. N. Horenstein, M. K. Mazumder, Electrodynamic Screen Design for Removing Desert Dust from Solar Panels. 

E4. R. Sumner, M. N. Horenstein, J. Stark, M. K. Mazumder, Modeling and Experimental Investigations of Force Balance between Particle Adhesion and Repulsion involved in Electrodynamic Screen Operation.

F. Particle Control and Charging IV/Safety and Hazards I.

F1. Ayumi Kumamoto, Ryo Ono, Tetsuji Oda, Raman spectroscopy of molecule densities in Hydrogen-Air mixture premixed gas ignited by spark discharge. 

F2. Sidi-Mohamed Remaoun, Amar Tilmatine, Farid Miloua, Nacéra Hammadi, Noureddine Zouzou, Lucien Dascalescu, Optimization of a Cost-Effective “Wire-Plate” Type ESP for Installation in a Medical Wastes Incinerator. 

F3. Yusuke Nakagawa, Yuta Tomimura, Ryo Ono and Tetsuji Oda, Dilute Trichloroethylene Decomposition by Non-Thermal Plasma–Catalyst and Humidity Effect, and OH Radical Behavior.

G. Breakdown and Discharge I

G1. Chris Keimel, Metal MEMS: Creating A New Class of Electrostatically Driven Devices. 

G2. Radu Beleca, Nadarajah Manivannan, Maysam Abbod, Wamadeva Balachandran, Microwave Induced Plasmas for Marine Diesel Engine Emission Control. 

G3. Sankarsan Mohapatro, B. S. Rajanikanth, Online NOX Removal from Stationary Diesel Engine Exhaust by Barrier Discharge Plasma.

H. Atmospheric and Space Applications/Breakdown Discharge

I. Breakdown and Discharge II

J. Triboelectrification III

J1. Manoj Sachdev, ESD protection device and circuit design for advanced CMOS technologies. 

J2. Abdelber Bendaoud, Marius Plopeanu, Karim Medles, Amar Tilmatine, Lucien Dascalescu, Experimental study of corona discharge generated by a triode electrode system. 

J3. Lise Caillault, Pascal Zehnter, Gilles Maynard, and Tiberiu Minea, Modeling of Small Gap Electrical Breakdown In Vacuum By Self-Heating Of A Cathode Protrusion.

K. Flows, Forces, and Fields I

L. Electrostatics at Surfaces

M. Measurement and Instrumentation I

M1. Mark Horenstein, So What is This Thing Called Electrostatics? 

M2. Zohreh Mokhtari, S. Holé, J. Lewiner, Smoke detection by the reduction of corona discharge threshold. 

M3. Petru Notingher, Stéphane Hole, Sylvain Baudon, Olivier Fruchier, Ludovic Boyer, Serge Agnel, Toward non-destructive high resolution thermal methods for electric charge measurements in solid dielectrics and components.

N. Measurement and Instrumentation IIment and Instrumentation I

N1. Matti Murtomaa, Ermei Mäkilä, Jarno Salonen, One-step method for measuring the effect of humidity on powder resistivity. 

N2. Tetsuya Kawamoto, Masahiro Watanabe, Junichi Arai, Norimitsu Ichikawa, Research on monitoring technology using induced voltage generated by charged human body. 

N3. Seiji Kanazawa, Takashi Furuki, Takeshi Nakaji, Shuichi Akamine, Ryuta Ichiki, Measurement of OH Radicals in Aqueous Solution Produced by Atmospheric-pressure LF Plasma Jet. 

N4. Marius Blajan, Kazuo Shimizu, Spatial and Temporal Distribution of Microplasma in Small Discharge Gaps.

O. Flows, Forces, and Fields III

P. Biological and Medical Applications I

Q. Biological and Medical Applications II / Flows, Forces, and Fields IV

R. Measurement and Instrumentation III

R1. Toshio Uehara, Jumpei Higashio, Yoshito Ashizawa, Arata Tsukamoto, Katsuji Nakagawa, Akiyoshi Itoh, High Spatial Resolution Measurements on Surface Voltage Distribution with Electrostatic Force Microscope. 

R2. Benjamin B. Rhoades, Sean P. Ramsey, Maciej A. Noras, A Novel Electric-field Sensor for Projectile Detection. 

R3. Simon Ghionea, David Hull, Characterization Techniques for a MEMS Electric-Field Sensor in Vacuum. 

R4. Stéphane Holé, G. Villares, L. Begon-Lours, C. Margo, Y. Oussar and J. Lucas, Non-linear Model of Sensitivity Matrix for Electrical Capacitance Tomography.

S. Poster Session

S1. Zelu Yan, Christophe Louste, Hubert Romat, Characteristics of an EHD impinging Dielectric Liquid Jet in Blade-Plate Geometry. 

S2. Charles Buhler, Propellantless Propulsion: The conversion of linear field momentum to mechanical momentum. 

S3. W. Mike Arnold, M. Broom and G.R. Willmott, Bacterial chains signal their transit through a tuneable nanopore. 

S4. Tomoya Suzuki, Hideaki Hayashi, Yuki Nomura, Hirofumi Kurita, Akira Mizuno, Yuichi Hinata, Kazunori Takashima, Honeycomb discharge generated with a single high voltage power supply for activating catalyst. 

S5. A.D.Srinivasan, Rajagopala.R, Jagadisha.N, A. Bharghavi, A Laboratory Investigation of Pulse Discharge Based Technique For Engine Exhaust Treatment – Effect Of Exhaust Nature And Operating Conditions. 

S6. Yoshio Higashiyama, Takuya Shiori, Negative Corona Discharge from a Viscous Water Droplet. 

S7. Subba Reddy B., Udaya Kumar, Debasish Nath, Correlation between corona current and radio interference due to high voltage insulator string. 

S8. Albert E. Seaver, Tribocharging and the Finite Thickness Interface. 

S9. Katsuo Sakai, What is the energy of an electric field? 

S10. Jonathan Liaw, Lin Zhao, Automatic Remote Control and Data Acquisition for Experimental Study of EHD Lifters. 

S11. Withdrawn 

S12. Chitral J. Angammana, Shesha H. Jayaram, A study of free surface electrospinning to enhance and optimize the nanofibre production process. 

S13. Belaid Tabti, Lucian Dascalescu, Marius Plopeanu, Agela Antoniu, Belkacem Yahiaoui, Ahmed Melahi, Factors That Influence the Negative Corona Charging of Nonwoven Filter Media. 

S14. Mohamed Miloudi, Karim Medles, Amar Tilmatine, Lucian Dascalescu, Optimisation of belt-type electrostatic separation of tribo-aerodynamically charged granular plastic mixtures. 

S15. Mamadou Sow, R. Mohan Sankaran and Daniel J. Lacks, Material strain can control the direction of charge transfer during contact charging process. 

S16. Larry Levit, Geoff Weil, A Study of the Charge Carrier Population for an Electrically Assisted Polonium 210 Ionizer in Nitrogen. 

S17. Yacine Oussar, C. Margo, J. Lucas, S Hole, ECT sensor design using machine learning techniques. 

S18. Ian Pavey, John Chubb, Assessment of the electrostatic suitability of materials. 

S19. Belkacem Yahiaoui, Mohamed Magharbi, Belaid Tabti, Angela Antoniu, Atallah Smaili, Lucian Dascalescu, Distribution of Electric Potential at the Surface of Corona-Charged Non-woven Fabrics after Neutralization. 

S20. Shota Yuyama, Norimitsu Ichikawa, Tetsuo Sakamoto, Preventive measures of the tracking fire generated between a home electric outlet and plugs. 

S21. Kelly Robinson, Variation in Static Dissipation Time with Surface Resistivity. 

S22. Luiz H. Meyer, Sérgio H. L. Cabral, Gabriel G. Madruga, Coupling Transmission Lines for Wave Shape Adjust in High-Voltage Surge Tests. 

S23. Niloofar Farnoosh, Robert Allan, Kazimierz Adamiak, 3-D Computational Modeling of Wet Electrostatic Precipitators to Control Submicron Particulate Emissions. 

S24. Mark C. Zaretsky, Increasing the Charging Capability of a Highly Constrained Corona Charger. 

S25. Nikola Toljic, P. Castle, K. Adamiak, H. Kuo, C. Fan, A 3D Numerical Model of The Coating Process with Moving Mesh Capability and Multiple Passes. 

S26. Jack Menear, Peter Gefter, Jaan Salm, Electrostatics and Airborne Particle Control to Minimize Deposition onto Wafers. 

S27. Mohamed Fodil Boukhoulda, Mohamed Miloudi, Karim Medles, Mohamed Rezoug, Amar Tilmatine, Lucian Dascalescu, Experimental Modeling of a New Tribo-electrostatic Separation Process for Mixed Granular Polymers. 

S28. S. Touhami, K. Medles, O. Dahou, A. Tilmatine, A. Bendaoud, L. Dascalescu, Modeling and Optimization of a Roll-Type Electrostatic Separation Process Using Artificial Neural Networks. 

S29. William D. Greason, Triboelectrification of wood with PTFE. 

S30. Mohammed El-Mouloud Zelmat, Mohamed Rizouga, Amar Tilmatine, Karim Medles, Mohamed Miloudi, Lucian Dascalescu, Experimental Comparative Study of Different Tribocharging Devices forTriboelectric Separation of Insulating Particles. 

S31. Wessim Aksa, Karim Medles, Mohamed Rezoug, Mohamed Fodil Boukhoulda, Mihai Bilici, Lucian Dascalescu, Two Stage Electrostatic Separator for the Recycling of Plastics from Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment. 

S32. Atsushi Katatani, H. Hosono, H. Murata, A. Mizuno, Function of an electrostatic precipitator using bipolar corona discharges. 

S33. Thierry Paillat, Gerard Morin, Gerard Touchard, Yves Bertrand, Olivier Moreau, Alain Tanguy, Electrostatic Hazard in High Power Transformers: Analyze of ten years of the Capacitive Sensor. 

S34. Atsushi Ohsawa, Comparison of charge neutralisations of conductors and insulators with corona ionisers. 

S35. Angela Antoniu, Hirofumi Kurita, Tomoko Nakajima, Akira Mizuno, Safety Evaluation of Non-Thermal Atmospheric Pressure Plasma Liquid Treatment. 

S36. Atsushi Katatani, H. Hosono, H. Murata, A. Mizuno, Collection performance of an electrostatic precipitator using bipolar corona discharges. 

S37. Michael Reznikov, Phil Williams, Corona discharge in the steam for electrostatically enforced condensation. 

S38. Zahirul Hasan Khan, Kourosh Zanganeh, Carlos Salvador, Experimental Study of Dielectric Breakdown of Refractory Board Materials for Application in High Temperature Sieving Electrostatic Precipitators.

2011 Proceedings

B. Measurement and Instrumentation

B1. M. A. Noras. Solid State Electric Field Sensor. 

B2. R. Beleca, M. Abbod, W. Balachandran. Bipolar Charge Measurement of Dipolar Spherical Particles Using Phase Doppler Anemometry. 

B3. P. Agoramurthy, L. Campana, R. Sundararajan. Tumor Electric Field Distribution Studies using Various Electrode Configurations. 

B4. K. Sakai. A Simple Experiment Result that Confirmed Asymmetric Electrostatic Force. 

B5. F. Zypman. Particle Electrostatic Interactions in Liquids.

C. Flows, Forces and Fields

C1. N. Renno. A New Approach to ESD/EOS Protection. 

C2. A. Gad, S. Jayaram. Electrode Material Migration during Pulsed Electric Fields (PEF) Treatment. 

C3. I. Pathak. A Generalization of Gauss’s Theorem in Electrostatics. 

C4. G. Jadhav. On Electric Field Produced by a Steady Current of Magnetic Monopoles. 

C5 C. Buhler. Propellantless Propulsion: The conversion of linear field momentum to mechanical momentum.

D. Particle Flow and Charging

D1. M. K. Mazumder, M. N. Horenstein, J. Stark, R. Sumner, P. Girouard, O. Sadder, K. A. Gopalkrishnan. Electrostatic Charging of Particles on Electrodynamic Screens by Low Frequency Electric and Dielectrophoretic Excitations. 

D2. N. Farnoosh, K. Adamiak, G. S. P. Castle. Performance of a Spiked Electrode-Plate Precipitator for Collecting Submicron Dust Particles. 

D3. M. Bilici, L. Dascalescu, O. Fati, F. Rahou, M. Miloudi and A Samuila. Experimental Modeling of the Tribo-aero-electrostatic Separation of Mixed Granular Plastics.

E. Electroporation and Electrospinning

F. Material Applications

F1. S. Barringer, K. Marthina. Confectionary coating using an electrohydrodynamic system. 

F2. A. Ieta, C. Wahl, D. Quill, J. Primrose and J. Moody.  Electrospray Patterns of Oil-Based Ferro-Fluids. 

F3. S. W. Lee, R. M. Sankaran. Plasma Electrochemical Reduction for Nanomaterial Synthesis and Assembly. 

H. Triboelectrification I

H1. C.  Liu, and A. Bard. Electrostatic Electrochemistry with Polymers Charged by Contact Electrification. 

H2. I. Bhattacharyya, S. Dorsey, G. E. Ewing, M. F. Jarrold. Mechanism of Contact Charging of Silica. 

H3. B. Baytekin, H. T. Baytekin, J. T. Incorvati, B. A. Grzybowski. Chemical Reactions with Contact Electrified Surfaces. 

H4. S. Piperno, H. Cohen, T. Bendikov, M. Lahav, I. Lubomirsky. Comments on the Concept of Cryptoelectrons on Dielectric Surfaces. 

I. Triboelectrification II

I1. P. Santos, T. R. D. Ducati, L. B. S. Balestrin, F. Galembeck. Water with Excess Electric Charge.

I2. S. Waitukaitis, G. Castillo, E. Vidal. Direct Measurement of Size Dependent Charging in Chemically Identical Grains.

I3. T. Shinbrot. Granular Electrostatics in Industry and Nature.

I4. H. T. Baytekin, B. Baytekin, A. Z. Patashinski, B. A. Grzybowski. Material Transfer in Contact Electrification.

J. Triboelectrification III

J1. S. Friedle, P. Gumbley, and S. W. Thomas III. Light-Induced Modulation of Contact Electrification with Reactive Polymers. 

J2. B. Baytekin, H. T. Baytekin, S. Soh, B. A. Grzybowski. Was Thales Right? Role of Water in Contact Electrification. 

J3. M. Sow, D. J. Lacks, R. M. Sankaran. Effects of Stress on Triboelectric Charging. 

L. Electrostatics at surfaces

L1.  H. T. Baytekin, A. I. Patashinski, M. Branicki, B. Baytekin, B. A. Grzybowski. The Mosaic of Surface Charge in Contact Electrification. 

L2. J. C. Angus, V. Chakrapani. Electrochemically Mediated Charge Transfer to Solids in Air. 

L3. K. Robinson. Improved Measurement of the Apparent and Steady-State DC Surface Resistivity of Sheets and Films. 

L4. M. W. Williams. Mechanisms of Triboelectric Charging of Insulators, a Coherent Scenario. 

L5. M. N. Horenstein, M. Mazumder, R. Sumner, J. Stark and O. Saddar. Modeling of Trajectories in an Electrodynamic Screen for Obtaining Maximum Particle Removal Efficiency.

N. Biological and Medical Applications

N1. J. Leary. Electrostatic Interactions of Nanoparticles with Cells for Drug/Gene Delivery. 

N2. W. M. Arnold. Microfluidic Implementation of Electrophoretic Analysis, Using Electrokinetic Injection of the Sample. 

N3. S. M. Lyons, M. A. Harrison and S. E. Law. Sanitizing Food Handling Surfaces by Electrostatically Deposited Antimicrobial Sprays. 

N4. R. Sundararajan, R. Rajendran, S. Shahid, S. Kanagaraj, S. Radhakrishnan, P. Kathirvel, V. Sundaresan, V. K. Udayakumar, R. Ramachandran, A. Natarajan and K. Sankaranarayanan. Effect of Irreversible Electroporation on Anti-Proliferation Control of Fibroblasts.

O. Atmospheric Applications

O1. G. Schmieg. Review of Hazards of Static when around Flammable Gases. 

O2. A. R. Akande, M. Sow, A. Zimmerman, D. J. Lacks, R. M. Sankaran. Role of polarization and charge on the levitation of a single particle in an electric field. 

O3. I. Pathak. A New Consideration in Elementary Electrostatics.

2010 Proceedings

B. Materials Processing

B1. K. A. Forward, G. C. Rutledge. Free Surface Electrospinning. 

B2. M. Nystrom, M. Murtomaa, J. Salonen. Fabrication of amorphous pharmaceutical materials by electrospraying into reduced pressure. 

B3. A. Ieta, J. Primrose, D. Quill, M. Chirita, S. Allen. Electrospray Onset Study of Water-Ethanol Mixtures.

D. Atmospheric and Space Applications II

D1. C. I. Calle, C.D. Immer, J. Ferreira, M.D. Hogue, A. Chen, C.R. Buhler, S.J. Snyder, N. Vansuetendael. Integration of the Electrodynamic Dust Shield on a Lunar Habitat Demonstration Unit. 

D3. L.  Dascalescu, M. Plopeanu, B. Tabti, A. Antoniu, L.-M. Dumitran, P. V. Notingher. Corona Charging of Composite Non-Woven Media for Air Filtration. 

D4. D. Patel, L. Zhao. Active Disturbance Rejection Control of Doubly-Fed Induction Generator during Voltage Dip.

G. Energy

G1. E. R. Post, K. Waal. Electrostatic Power Harvesting in Textiles. 

G2. K. K Chedella, L. Zhao, Z. Zhang. Modeling of a Small Stand-Alone AC System with the Dynamic Models of Fuel Cells and Solar Panels. 

G3. M. Reznikov. Electrostatic Swing Energy Harvester. 

G4. K. Sakai. Electrostatic force that acts on non-sphere shape charged conductors. 

G5. J. R. Alston, J. C. Poler. Electrostatic Binding Studies of dinuclear Ruthenium based Supramolecular Scaffolds’.

H. Materials II

H1. M. W. Forney, J. C. Poler. Carbon nanotube based nanoelectromechanical actuators.

H2. R. Baba, C. J. Angammana, S. H. Jayaram, L. T. Lim. Electrospinning of Alginate and Poly-ethylene Oxide Blends Using Pulsed Electric Fields to Fabricate Chopped Nanofibres.

H3. M. Sow, D. J. Lacks, R. M. Sankaran. Effects of material stress on triboelectric charging.

H4. N. Toljic, K. Adamiak, G. S. P. Castle. Three-Dimensional Numerical Studies on the Effect of the Particle Charge to Mass Ratio Distribution in the Electrostatic Coating Process.

I. Biological and Medical Applications

I1. W. M. Arnold. Dielectrophoretic Cell Separation: Some Hints and Kinks. 

I2. J. Roine, M. Murtomaa, J. Salonen. Electroencapsulation of Mesoporous Silicon Particles for Controlled Oral Drug Delivery. 

I3. K.  Sankaranarayanan, R. P. Ramachandran, M. S. Kumar, V. M. Kumar, S. Vignesh , V. Malini , J. C. M. Renny, S. Guhathakurta, K.M. Cherian, A. Natarajan, R. Sundararajan. Electro-Molecular Therapy using Adult Mesenchmal Stem Cells. 

I4. R. Beleca, M. Abbod, W. Balachandran. Electrostatic Properties of DPI Dispensed Drug Aerosols in a Human Upper Airway Model.

K. Forces and Fields

K1. P. Watson, R. J. Prance, S. T. Beardsmore-Rust, A. Aydin, H. Prance. Imaging the microscopic properties of dielectrics via potential and charge. 

K2. K. Robinson. Force on a Dielectric Sphere near a Grounded Conducting Plate. 

K3. B. P. Seaver , A. E. Seaver. The Electric Field Produced by a Non-Conducting Web of Finite Size. 

K4. P. Sattari, G.S.P. Castle, K. Adamiak. Numerical Simulation of Trichel Pulses in a Negative Corona Discharge in Air.

2008 Proceedings

A. Devices I

A1. M. Horenstein, S. Cornelissen, J. Tang. Electrostatic Micromirrors for Retro-Reflective Optical Communication. 

A2. I. A. Krichtafovitch, S. V. Karpov, N. E. Jewell-Larsen, J. L. Oharah, V. A. Korolev. EFA Loudspeakers. 

A3. J. R. Robison, R. Sharma, J. Zhang, M. K. Mazumder. Computer Simulation of Electrodynamic Screens for Mars Dust Mitigation. 

A4. B. P. Seaver. Analysis of a Novel Electrostatic Particle Display Device.

C. Breakdown and Discharge I

C1. C. Buhler, C. I. Calle, J. S. Clements, S. Trigwell, M. Ritz. New Techniques to Evaluate the Incendiary Behavior of Insulators. 

C2. L. Zhao and K. Adamiak. Numerical Simulation of Corona Discharge in Compressed Gases with the Effect of EHD Flow. 

C3. A. Poornima, H. Mithila, B. Adnan, D. Subhankar, T. C. Balachandra, T. Asokan. Electrical Discharge Characteristics of 1-D PlaneElectrodes.

E. Flows

E1. N. E. Jewell-Larsen, S. V. Karpov, I. A. Krichtafovitch, V. Jayanty, C.-P. Hsu, A. V. Mamishev. Modeling of electrohydrodynamic flow with COMSOL. 

E2. J. Zhang and F. C. Lai. Electric Field in a Rectangular Channel with an Electrohydrodynamic Gas. 

E3. A. Ieta, H. Gerlach, T. E. Doyle, A. Pallone, R. Amundson. Analysis of Droplet Formation Near Onset Voltage of Aquaeous Electrosprays.

F. Atmospheric and Space Applications

F1. N. O. Renno. Electric activity and dust lifting on Earth, Mars, and beyond. 

F2. S. J. Snyder, P. E. Hintze, J. L. McFall, C. R. Buhler, J. S. Clements, C. I. Calle. Triboelectric Charging of Dust and its Relation to Organic Degradation on Mars.

H. Devices II

H1. C. Buhler, C. I. Calle, J. S. Clements, R. Cox, M. Ritz. Electrostatic Precipitation in nearly pure Gaseous Nitrogen. 

H2. M. C. Zaretsky, R. R. Quiel. Electrostatic Assist Using a Patterned Backing Roller for Slide Hopper Coating. 

H3. D. Campbell, J. Harper, V. Natham, F. Xiao, R. Sundararajan. A Compact high Voltage Nanosecond Pulse Generator.

I. Materials Interfaces

I1. I. Hidetaka, M. K. Mazumder, Y. Hoshino, P. K. Srirama, and R. Sharma. Control of Surface Charge Density of Microtoner for High Resolution Imaging. 

I2. K. Robinson, R. Brearey, J. Szafraniec. Voltage Diffusion in an Insulating Sheet with a Conductive Layer – Part 1: Equivalent Circuit Model. 

I3. J. Szafraniec, R. Brearey, K. Robinson. Voltage Diffusion in an Insulating Sheet with a Conductive Layer – Part 2: FEM Model and Experimental Results.

J. Breakdown and Discharge II

J1. Y. K. Bobrov, I. V. Zhuravkov, E. I. Ostapenko, V. V. Starikov, Y. V. Yurgelenas. Application of a breakable micro-discharger for improvement of lightning protection. 

J2. P. Gefter. Double Side Charging of Glass Substrates. 

J3. H. Mithila, A. Poornima, B. Adnan, D. Subhankar, T. C. Balachandra, T. Asokan. Partial Discharge Characteristics of Micro-gaps. 

J4. W. A. Dela Cruz, M. L. M. Abalos, J. D. Concordia. A Case of Arcing Damage at Wafer Saw and Wash Process Caused by Polyimide Thinning and Removal on RF device and how it was solved.

K. Environmental Applications

K1. M. K. Mazumder, R. Sharma, P. P. Das, M. Misra. Interfacial Charge Transfer in Photo-electrochemical Generation of Hydrogen from Water. 

K2. I. A. Krichtafovitch, V. G. Yuzbashev, T. Myatt, S. V. Karpov. EFA air disinfection using Kronos based air purifiers. 

K3. T. Yamamoto, H. Fujishima, T. Kuroki, M. Okubo, K. Yoshida, K. Otsuka. Pilot-Scale NOx Removal from Boiler Emission Using Plasma-chemical Process.

L. Materials: Contact Electrification

N. Biological Applications

N1. M. M. Zheng, M. Nichols, I. G. Camarillo, N. Lenarduzzi, T. Salameh and R. Sundararajan. Enhanced Drug uptake in Normal and Malignant cell lines using Electrical Pulses. 

N2. R. J. Prance, S. Beardsmore-Rust, A. Aydin, C. J. Harland, H. Prance. Biological and medical applications of a new electric field sensor. 

N3. L. J. Gagliardi. Electrostatic Force in Furrowing of Biological Cells.

O. Biological Applications

O1. C. I. Calle, J. L. McFall, C. R. Buhler, S. J. Snyder, E. E. Arens, A. Chen, M. L. Ritz, J. S. Clements, C. R. Fortier, S. Trigwell. Dust Particle Removal by Electrostatic and Dielectrophoretic Forces with Applications to NASA Exploration Missions. 

O2. J. Bock, J. Robison, J. Zhang, M. Mazumder. An Efficient Power Management Approach for Self-Cleaning Solar Panels with Integrated Electrodynamic Screens. 

O3. L. Zhao, K. Adamiak, M. Mazumder. Numerical and Experimental Studies of the Electrohydrodynamic Pump for Sampling System on Mars.