Michael Keidar

Michael Keidar is a Professor in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at The George Washington University. He is Director of The George Washington Institute for Nanotechnology a consortium of laboratories which includes the MpNL.

Michael is a Senior Member of The Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE), and an Associate Fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), Fellow of the American Physical Society (APS) and a founding member of the International Society of Plasma Medicine (ISPM), and a member of AIAA Electric Propulsion Technical Committee (EP).

Michael's research interests include plasma propulsion, plasma-based nanotechnology and plasma biomedicine. He has authored over 130 journal papers, co-author of a book on plasma engineering and holds five patents.

Title: Professor

  • Department: Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, School of Engineering and Applied Science
  • Address: Academic Center Building, Phillips Hall 723 801 22nd Street, NW
  • Washington, DC 20052

tel: 202-994-6929

  • fax: 202-994-0238
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Michael Keidar

Michael Keidar is a Professor in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at The George Washington University. He is Director of The George Washington Institute for Nanotechnology a consortium of laboratories which includes the MpNL.

Michael is a Senior Member of The Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE), and an Associate Fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), Fellow of the American Physical Society (APS) and a founding member of the International Society of Plasma Medicine (ISPM), and a member of AIAA Electric Propulsion Technical Committee (EP).

Michael's research interests include plasma propulsion, plasma-based nanotechnology and plasma biomedicine. He has authored over 130 journal papers, co-author of a book on plasma engineering and holds five patents.

Title: Professor

  • Department: Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, School of Engineering and Applied Science
  • Address: Academic Center Building, Phillips Hall 723 801 22nd Street, NW
  • Washington, DC 20052

tel: 202-994-6929

  • fax: 202-994-0238
  • email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Education

Education

  • Ph.D., Plasma Physics, Tel Aviv University, Israel, 1997
  • M. Sc., Aerospace Engineering (graduated with honors), Kharkov Aviation Institute, Kharkov, Ukraine, 1989

Professional Experience

Professional Experience

  • from Sept.2013, Full Professor, The George Washington University, Washington, DC
  • 2010-2013, Associate Professor, The George Washington University, Washington, DC
  • 2007-2010, Assistant Professor, The George Washington University, Washington, DC
  • 2006-2007, Assistant Research Scientist and Adjunct Assistant Professor, University of Michigan, Dept. of Aero. Eng.
  • 2005-2006, Assistant Research Scientist, University of Michigan, Dept. of Aero. Eng.
  • 1999-2005, Research Fellow, University of Michigan, Dept. of Aero. Eng.
  • 1998-1999, Post-Doc Research Associate, Cornell University
  • 1997-1998, Visiting Scientist, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkely, CA
  • 1995-1997, Researcher, Tel Aviv University, Electrical Discharge & Plasma Laboratory
  • 1989-1991, Researcher, Kharkov Aviation Institute, Kharkov, Ukraine

Research Interests

Research Interests

  • Advanced spacecraft propulsion
  • Applications of plasma physics for medicine
  • Nanoscience and nanotechnology, hypersonics
  • Plasma phenomena including vacuum arcs
  • Dusty plasmas, plasma-wall transitions
  • Plasma ignition and combustion, and
  • Plasma processing

Professional Activities

Professional Activities

  • General Chair, International Electric Propulsion Conference (IEPC), Washington DC, 2013
  • Program Committee, Annual Meeting of the APS Division of Plasma Physics
  • Session Chair, International Symposium on Plasma Chemistry (ISPC), 2011
  • Session Chair, AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference (from 2001)
  • Session Chair, International Electric Propulsion Conference (from 2001)
  • Session Chair, 51<sup>st</sup> Annual Meeting of the APS Division of Plasma Physics
  • Faculty member, National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network
  • Guest Editor, IEEE Transaction on Plasma Science
  • Member of AIAA Electric Propulsion Technical Committee (EP)
  • Founder and Director, Micropropulsion and Nanotechnology Laboratory (MpNL)
  • Steering Committee, Plasma Nanoscience Symposium (iPlasmaNanoSym)
  • Steering Committee, GW Institute for Biomedical Engineering (IBE)
  • Director, GW Institute for Nanotechnology (GWIN)
  • International Journal of Plasma Science and Engineering, 2010-2012
  • Editorial Board: Advances in Nano Research (ANR), An International Journal, from 2012
  • Editorial Board: Scientific Reports, from January 2013
  • Editorial Board: Graphene, from June 2012
  • Editorial Board: Advances in Aircraft and Spacecraft Science (AAS), from January 2013

Awards, Fellowships and Recognition

Awards and Fellowships

  • 2013, Elected Fellow, American Physical Society
  • 2009, Outstanding SEAS Young Researcher Award
  • 2008, Selected Associate Fellow, AIAA
  • 2006, Research Faculty Recognition Award by University of Michigan
  • 2001, Selected Senior Member, IEEE
  • 1997, Rothshild Fellowship
  • 1997, USIA Fulbright Fellowship
  • 1997, Welch Fellowship, International Union for Vacuum Science
  • 1995, Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) Graduate Student Award

Professional Memberships

Professional Memberships

  • Senior Member, The Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE)
  • Associate Fellow, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA)
  • Fellow American Physical Society (APS)
  • Member International Society of Plasma Medicine (ISPM), Founding Member
  • Member Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES), Member

Courses and Lectures

Courses and Lectures

  • Spring 2013 MAE 6229, Propulsion, George Washington University
  • Fall 2012 MAE 6255, Plasma Engineering, George Washington University
  • Spring 2012 MAE 6229, Propulsion, George Washington University
  • Fall 2011 MAE 6255, Plasma Engineering, George Washington University
  • Spring 2011 MAE 6229, Propulsion, George Washington University
  • Spring 2011 MAE 3187, Heat Transfer, George Washington University
  • Fall 2010 MAE 280, Intermediate Thermodynamics, George Washington University
  • Spring 2010 MAE 229, Propulsion, George Washington University
  • Spring 2010 MAE 187, Heat Transfer, George Washington University
  • Fall 2009 MAE 291, Plasma Fundamentals II, George Washington University
  • Fall 2009 MAE 280, Intermediate Thermodynamics, George Washington University
  • Spring 2009 MAE 229, Propulsion, George Washington University
  • Spring 2009 MAE 187, Heat Transfer, George Washington University
  • Fall 2008 MAE 291, Plasma Fundamentals I, George Washington University
  • Fall 2008 MAE 280, Intermediate Thermodynamics, George Washington University
  • Spring 2008 MAE 229, Propulsion, George Washington University
  • Spring 2008 MAE 187, Heat Transfer, George Washington University
  • Spring 2007 AERO 532, Molecular Gas Dynamics, University of Michigan

Graduated Research Supervision

Graduate Research Supervision

A. Dissertation Directed (University of Michigan)
  • Andrew Porwitzky (Ph.D, 2008), “An end-to-end model of an electrothermal chemical gun”, now at Army Research Laboratory
  • Minkwan Kim (Ph.D, 2009), “Elecromagnetic manipulation of plasma layer for re-entry blackout mitigation”, now faculty at The University of Adelaide, Australia

B. Dissertation Directed (George Washington University)

  • Therese Suaris (Ph.D, 2011), “Dynamic mission modeling and simulations: application of micro-vacuum arc thrusters and frozen orbits”, now at NASA Goddard Space Center
  • Jarrod Fenstermacher (Ph.D, 2011), “Cryo-focusing Pyrolysis Gas Chemistry and the Influence of the Plasma Environment”, now at Applied Physics Laboratory
  • Madhusudham Kundrapu (Ph.D, 2011), “Modeling and Simulation of Ablation-Controlled Plasmas”, now at TechX Corporation
  • Lubos Brieda (Ph.D, 2012), “Multi-scale simulation of Hall thrusters”, now at NASA Goddard Space Center and PIC-C LLC
  • Olga Volotskova (Ph.D, 2012), “Biomedical application of cold atmospheric plasmas: cell response”, now at Stanford University
  • Jian Li (Ph.D, 2012), “Synthesis, diagnostics and application of carbon nanostructures in arc discharge”, now at Globalfoundries Inc.
  • Taisen Zhuang (Ph.D, 2012), “Micro-cathde thrustrer for Cube satellite propulsion”, now at US Medical Innovations LLC
Dissertation in Progress (George Washington University)
  • Samudra Haque (Ph.D from 2010)
  • Tabitha Smith (Ph.D from 2011)
  • Joel Slotten (Ph.D from 2012)
  • Xiaoqian Cheng (Ph.D from January 2013)
  • David Scott (Ph.D from September 2012)
  • Joseph Lucas (Ph.D from January 2013)
Thesis Directed (George Washington University)
  • Thomas Denz (M.S. 2012), “Performance evaluation of a magnetically enhanced micro-cathode arc thruster”.
Thesis in Progress (George Washington University)
  • Laura Ross (M.S. from Fall 2012)
  • Dereck Chiu (M.S. from Fall 2012)
  • George Teel (M.S. from Fall 2012)
  • Xiuqi Fang (M.S. from Fall 2012)
non-Thesis M.S. students (George Washington University)
  • Shaunal Pai (2010-2011)
  • Assres Woldemaryam (2012)
Undergraduate Sudent projects (University of Michigan)
  • Daniel Tan (2004)
  • Joe Lohrum (2004)
  • Jeff Moss (2004)
  • Yue Ming Wu (2005)
  • Fozoh Saliki (2006)
  • Jacky Lo (2006)
  • Liang Tao (2006)
  • Michael Krammer (2007)
  • Tamir Arbel (2007)
  • Matthew Sonnenschein (2007)
  • Garrett Sinclair (2007)
  • Miriam Alexander (2007)
Undergraduate Sudent projects (George Washington University)
  • George Hwangbo (2010, carbon nanotubes)
  • Stephen J. McCormack (2011, carbon nanotubes)
  • Seth Libby (2010-2012, vacuum arc thruster)
  • Jon Torrey (2009, carbon nanotubes)
  • Dereck Chiu (2011-2012, vacuum arc thruster)
  • George Teel (2011-2012, vacuum arc thruster)
  • Yitzy Dachman (summer 2010 internship, Columbia University, Hall thruster simulation)
  • Kenneth Hurt (summer 2012-Sept. 2013, cold plasma device)
  • Yash Jain (summer 2012-present, cold plasma cancer therapy)
  • Richard Hinman (summer 2012-May 2013, micro-cathode thruster)
  • Cameron Brand (2011-2012, nanotechnology)
  • William Murphy (Sept. 2012-present, cold plasma cancer therapy)
  • Maira Malik (Jan. 2013-May 2013, cold plasma cancer therapy)
  • Pooja Mistry (Feb. 2013-present, cold plasma medicine)
  • Cameron Parvini (April 2013- present, micro-thrust measurements)
  • John Donahue (from May 2013, graphene synthesis in plasma)
High School Sudent projects (George Washington University)
  • Aishwarya Nugooru
  • Sophie Reskin(Thomas Jefferson High School For Science and Technology)(2012-present, biomedical application of cold plasma)and(2012-present, Cold plasma cancer therapy)
Post-docs, visitors (George Washington University)
  • Dr. Alex Shashurin (post-doc, 2007-2011)
  • Prof. Kostya (Ken) Ostrikov (CSIRO, Australia, June 2011)
  • Dr. Leonid Pekker (AFRL, May 2012)
  • Prof. Jose Gabriel Lira Gomes (University of Madeira, Portugal, September 2012)
  • Jinyue Geng (Ph.D student from China, from November 2012-present)
  • Christian Karer (B.S. student from Germany, from November 2012-February 2013)

Keynote/Invited Talks

Keynote/Invited Talks

  • Weitzman Institute, Plasma Physics, Rechovot, Israel, May, 1997 (Invited Seminar)
  • Ben Gurion University, Beer Sheva Israel, ME, May 1997 (Invited Seminar)
  • Soreq Nuclear Center, Electric Propulsion, Yavne Israel, 1996, September (Invited Seminar)
  • McGill University, Montreal Canada, Chemical Eng. 1998, September (Invited Seminar)
  • City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, September 1999, Plasma Physics (Invited Seminar)
  • Cutler Hammer, February 1999, Horseheads NY (Invited Seminar)
  • Wayne State University, EECS, Detroit MI, November 2001 (Invited Seminar)
  • University of Houston Clear Lake, Houston TX, May 2003, Physics Department (Invited Seminar)
  • University of Texas, Arlington TX, MAE February 2003 (Invited Seminar)
  • TSIS Workshop, Lancaster, CA February 2003 (Invited Talk)
  • Energy Conversion Fundamentals Symposium, Istanbul Turkey, June 2004 (Invited Talk)
  • Army Research Laboratory, Aberdeen MD, October, 2004 (Invited Seminar)
  • Air Force Research Laboratory, Edwards AFB, January, 2005 (Invited Seminar)
  • Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, Princeton NJ, August 2005 (Invited Seminar)
  • Army Research Laboratory, Aberdeen MD, October, 2005 (Invited Seminar)
  • University of Michigan, Aerospace Department, Ann Arbor MI, January 2006 (Invited Seminar)
  • Colorado State University, Mechanical Engineering, Fort Collins CO, March 2006 (Invited Seminar)
  • Heavy Ion Fusion Virtual National Laboratory, Berkeley CA, September 2006 (Invited Seminar)
  • The George Washington University, MAE, Washington DC March 2007 (Invited Seminar)
  • University of Colorado, Boulder CO, April 2007 (Invited Seminar)
  • Naval Research Laboratory, Washington DC, January 2008 (Invited Seminar)
  • Air Force Research Laboratory, Edwards AFB, May 2008 (Invited Seminar)
  • National Institute Standard and Technology, July 2008 (Invited Seminar)
  • Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, August 2008 (Invited Seminar)
  • Naval Surface Warfare Center, December 2008 (Invited Seminar)
  • Children’s National Medical Center, Washington DC, March 2009 (Invited Seminar)
  • John Hopkins University Medical Center, Baltimore MD, May 2009 (Invited Seminar)
  • International Conference on Advanced Plasma Technologies ( ICAPT 2009 )and First InternationalPlasma Nanoscience Symposium (iPlasmaNanoSym), October 2009, Piran, Slovenia, EU (Invited Talk)
  • 51st APS-DPP Annual Meeting, November 2-6, 2009, Atlanta, Georgia (Invited Talk)
  • Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA, January 2010 (Invited Seminar)
  • Office of Naval Research, Arlington VA, March 2010 (Invited Seminar)
  • 18th Internatinal Conference on Composites/Nano engineering, July, 2010, Anchorage, AL (Invited Talk)
  • 3rd International Conference on Advanced Plasma Technologies and 62 IUVSTA Workshop on Plasma
  • Synthesis and Modification of Nanomaterials June 14-18th 2010, Slovenia (Invited Talk)
  • CSIRO Plasma Medicine Workshop, Dec. 16, CSIRO, Lindfield, Australia (Keynote Talk)
  • Second International Plasma Nanoscience Symposium (iPlasmaNanoSym-II), December 14, 2010, Sydney,Australia (Invited Talk)
  • US Microplasma Community Workshop (Invited Talk), Jersey City NJ, July 2011
  • DARPA Workshop on Atmospheric Plasmas (Invited Talk), Princeton NJ, August 2011
  • NASA Goddard Space Center, Micro-vacuum arc thruster for Nanosatellites, November 1, 2010 (Invited
  • Colloquium Symposium at the American College of Surgeons on Advancement in Electrosurgery: Application of Hybrid
  • Plasma Technology in Surgery, San Fransisco, October 2011 (Invited Talk)
  • Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel MD, January 2012 (Invited Seminar)
  • Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel, May 2012 (Invited Seminar)
  • 39th International Conference on Plasma Science, Edinburgh, Scotland, July 2012 (Invited Talk)
  • Workshop on Ionosphere Plasma Turbulence, Dayton OH, August 9, 2012 (Invited Talk)
  • Naval Research Laboratory, Washington DC, August 28, 2012 (Invited Seminar)
  • Air Force Office of Scientific Research, Arlington VA, September 10, 2012 (Invited Talk)
  • 54th APS-DPP Annual Meeting, October 29-Nov.2, 2012, Providence, RI (Invited Talk)

Papers

Articles in Refereed Journals

                    • 1. M. Keidar, I. Beilis, R. L. Boxman, S. Goldsmith. Non-stationary macroparticle charging in an arc plasma jet. IEEE Trans. Plasma Sci., vol. 23, 6, pp. 902-908, 1995.
                    • 2. R. L. Boxman, S. Goldsmith, A. Ben-Shalom, L. Kaplan, D. Arbilly, E. Gidalevich, V. Zhitomirsky, A. Ishaya, M. Keidar, I. Beilis. Filtered Vacuum Arc Deposition Of Semi-Conductor Thin Films. IEEE Trans. Plasma Sci., vol. 23, 6, pp. 939-944, 1995.
                    • 3. M. Keidar, I. Beilis, R. L. Boxman, and S. Goldsmith. Transport of macroparticles in magnetized plasma ducts. IEEE Trans. Plasma Sci., vol. 24, 1, pp. 226-234, 1996.
                    • 4. M. Keidar, I. Beilis, R. L. Boxman, and S. Goldsmith. 2-D Expansion of the low-density interelectrode vacuum arc plasma jet in an axial magnetic field. J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys., vol. 29, pp. 1973-1983,1996.
                    • 5. M. Keidar, I. Beilis, R. L. Boxman, and S. Goldsmith. Macroparticle interaction with a substrate in cathodic vacuum arc deposition. Surface & Coating Technology, 86/87, pp. 415-420, 1996.
                    • 6. R. L. Boxman, V. N. Zhitomirsky, B. Alterkop, E. Gidalevich, I. Beilis, M. Keidar, and S. Goldsmith. Recent progress in filtered vacuum arc deposition. Surface & Coating Technology, 86/87, pp. 243-253, 1996.
                    • 7. I. Beilis, M. Keidar, R. L. Boxman, and S. Goldsmith. Non-equilibrium macroparticle charging in low- density plasmas. IEEE Trans. Plasma Sci., 25, 1997, pp. 346-352.
                    • 8. M. Keidar, I. Beilis, R. L. Boxman, S. Goldsmith. Voltage of the vacuum arc with a ring anode in an axial magnetic field. IEEE Trans. Plasma Sci., 25, 1997, pp. 580-585.
                    • 9. I. Beilis, M. Keidar, and S. Goldsmith. Plasma-wall transition: the influence of the electron to ion current ratio on the magnetic presheath structure. Physics of Plasmas, 4 (10), 1997, pp. 3461-3468.
                    • 10. I. Beilis, M. Keidar, R. L. Boxman, and S. Goldsmith. Theoretical study of plasma jet expansion in a magnetic field in a disc anode vacuum arc. J. Appl. Phys., 83 (2), 1997, pp. 709-717.
                    • 11. M. Keidar, I. Beilis, R. Aharonov, D. Arbilly, R. L. Boxman, and S. Goldsmith. Macroparticle distribution in a quarter torus plasma duct of a filtered vacuum arc deposition system. J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys., 30, 1997, pp. 2972- 2978.
                    • 12. I. Beilis and M. Keidar. Sheath and presheath structure in the plasma-wall transition layer in an oblique magnetic field. Physics of Plasmas, 5(11), 1998, pp. 1545-1553.
                    • 13. M. Keidar and I.I. Beilis, The plasma-wall sheath in a positively biased duct of the vacuum arc magnetic macroparticle filter, Applied Physics Letter, 73, 1998, pp. 306-308.
                    • 14. M. Keidar, I.I. Beilis and I.G. Brown, Multiply charged ion transport in free boundary vacuum arc plasma jet, J. Appl. Phys., 84, 1998, pp. 5956-5960.
                    • 15. I.I. Beilis, M. Keidar, R.L. Boxman, and S. Goldsmith, Effects of macroparticle separation in positively biased ducts in the filtered vacuum arc deposition system, Surface & Coating Technol, 108/109, 1998, pp. 148-153.
                    • 16. I. Beilis, M. Keidar, R. L. Boxman, and S. Goldsmith. Macroparticle separation and plasma collimation in positively biased ducts in filtered vacuum arc deposition systems. J. Appl. Phys., 85, 1999, pp. 1358-1365.
                    • 17. M. Keidar, I. I. Beilis, A. Anders, and I. G. Brown, Free-boundary vacuum arc plasma jet expansion in a curved magnetic field. IEEE Trans. Plasma Sci., 27, 1999, pp. 613-619.
                    • 18. M. Keidar and I. I. Beilis. Macroparticle reflection from a biased substrate in a vacuum arc deposition system. IEEE Trans. Plasma Sci., 27, 1999, pp. 810-812.
                    • 19. M. Keidar and I.I. Beilis, Hydrodymanic model of the vacuum arc plasma flow in a positively biased toroidal macroparticle filter, Plasma Sources Sci. Technol., 8, 1999, pp. 376-383.
                    • 20. M. Keidar, R. Aharonov, and I.I. Beilis, Influence of an electrical field on the macroparticle size distribution in a vacuum arc, J. Vac. Sci. Technol. A, 17(5) 1999, pp. 3067-3073.
                    • 21. I.I. Beilis, M. Keidar, R. L. Boxman, S. Goldsmith, J. Heberlein and E. Pfender, Radial plasma flow in a hot anode vacuum arc, J. Appl. Phys., 86, 1999, pp. 114-119.
                    • 22. I. I. Beilis, M. Keidar, R. L. Boxman and S. Goldsmith, The model of plasma expansion and current flow in a vacuum arc with a small anode. IEEE Trans. Plasma Sci., 27, 1999, pp. 872-876.
                    • 23. M. Keidar and I.G. Brown, Sheath expansion in drifting, non-uniform plasma, J. Vac. Sci. Technol. B 17(6) 1999, pp. 2648-2650.
                    • 24. M. Keidar and I. D. Boyd, Effect of a magnetic field on the plasma plume from Hall thruster, J. Appl. Phys., 86, 1999, pp. 4786-4791.
                    • 25. M. Keidar, I.D. Boyd and I.I. Beilis, A model of particulate interaction with plasma in a Teflon pulsed plasma thruster, J. Prop. Power, vol. 17 No. 1, 2001 pp. 125-131.
                    • 26. M. Keidar, I.D. Boyd and I.I. Beilis, Electrical discharge in the Teflon cavity of a co-axial pulsed plasma thruster, IEEE Trans. Plasma Sci., 28, 2000, pp. 376-385.
                    • 27. D. B. VanGilder, I.D. Boyd and M. Keidar, Particle simulation of a Hall thruster plume, Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets, vol. 37, No. 1, 2000 pp. 129-136.
                    • 28. M. Keidar, I.G. Brown and I.I. Beilis, Axial ion charge state distribution in the vacuum arc plasma jet, Review of Scientific Instrument, 71, 2000, pp. 698-700.
                    • 29. I.G. Brown, O. R. Monteiro, M.M.M. Bilek, M. Keidar, E.M. Oks, A. Vizir, Some consequences to ion source behavior of high plasma drift velocity, Review of Scientific Instrument, 71, 2000, pp. 1086-1089.
                    • 30. M. Keidar and M.B. Schulman, On the effect of an axial magnetic field on the high-current vacuum arc, IEEE Transaction Plasma Science, 28, No 1, 2000, pp. 347-350.
                    • 31. I.I. Beilis, M. Keidar, R.L. Boxman and S. Goldsmith, Interelectrode plasma parameters and plasma deposition in a hot refractory anode vacuum arc. Physics of Plasmas, 7, No. 7, 2000, pp. 3068-3076.
                    • 32. I.D. Boyd, M. Keidar and W. McKeon, Modeling of a pulsed plasma thruster from plasma generation to plume far field, Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets, 37, No. 3, 2000, pp. 399-407.
                    • 33. M. Keidar, O. R. Monteiro and I.G. Brown, Plasma drift and non-uniformity effects in plasma immersion ion implantation, Applied Physics Letters, 76, No. 21, 2000 pp. 3002-3004.
                    • 34. M. Keidar, J. Fan, I.G. Boyd and I.I. Beilis, Vaporization of heated materials into discharge plasmas, Journal of Applied Physics, 89 No. 6, 2001, pp. 3095-3098.
                    • 35. M. Keidar, I.D. Boyd and I.I. Beilis, On the Model of Teflon ablation in ablation-controlled discharge, J. Phys. D: Applied Physics, 34, 2001, pp. 1675-1677.
                    • 36. M. Keidar and M.B. Schulman, Modeling the effect of an axial magnetic field on the vacuum arc, IEEE Transaction Plasma Science, 29, No. 5, 2001, pp. 684-689.
                    • 37. I.G. Levchenko and M. Keidar, Surface structure formation in ion deposition, Vacuum, 66, pp. 77-85, 2002.
                    • 38. M. Keidar, I.D. Boyd and I.I. Beilis, Plasma flow and plasma-wall transition in Hall thruster channel, Physics of Plasmas, 8, No. 12, 2001, pp. 5315-5322. This paper was selected by the Physics of Plasmas as one of its most cited papers in the 50 years of its publishing.
                    • 39. Y. Raitses, M. Keidar, D. Staack and N. J. Fisch, Effects of segmented electrode in Hall current plasma thruster”, Journal of Applied Physics, vol. 92, No. 9, 2002, pp. 4906-4911.
                    • 40. M. Keidar, O. R. Monteiro, A. Anders and I.D. Boyd, Magnetic field effect on the sheath thickness in plasma immersion ion implantation, Applied Physics Letters, Vol. 81, No. 7, 2002, pp. 1183-1185.
                    • 41. I. Levchenko, A. Voloshko, M. Keidar, and I.I. Beilis, Unipolar arc behavior in high frequency fields, IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, vol. 31, No. 1, 2003, pp. 137-141.
                    • 42. M. Keidar, I.D. Boyd and I.I. Beilis, Model of an elecrothermal pulsed plasma thruster, Journal Propulsion & Power, 19, No. 3, 2003, pp. 424-430.
                    • 43. M. Keidar, I.D. Boyd, E.L. Antonsen and G.G. Spanjers, Electromagnetic effects in the near field plume exhaust of a micro-pulsed plasma thruster, Journal Propulsion & Power, 20, No. 6, 2004, pp. 961-969.
                    • 44. I. Levchenko, A. Romanov, and M. Keidar, Investigation of a steady-state cylindrical magnetron discharge for plasma immersion treatment, Journal of Applied Physics, vol. 94, No. 3, 2003, pp. 1408-1413.
                    • 45. I. Levchenko, A. Romanov, O. Baranov and M. Keidar, Ion deposition in a crossed ExB filed system with vacuum arc plasma sources, Vacuum, 72, No. 3, 2003, pp. 335-344.
                    • 46. M. Keidar, I.D. Boyd, E.L. Antonsen, F.S. Gulczinski III and G.G. Spanjers, Propellant charring in pulsed plasma thrusters, Journal Propulsion & Power, 20, No. 6, 2004, pp. 978-984.
                    • 47. M. Keidar, M.B. Schulman and E.D. Taylor, Model of a diffuse column vacuum arc as cathode jets burning in parallel with a high-current plasma core, IEEE Transaction Plasma Science, 32, No. 2, 2004, pp. 783-791.
                    • 48. M. Keidar, I.D. Boyd and I.I. Beilis, Modeling of a high-power thruster with anode layer, Physics of Plasmas, 11, No. 4, 2004, pp. 1715-1722.
                    • 49. E. I. Waldorff, A. M. Waas, P. P. Friedmann and M. Keidar, Characterization of carbon nanotubes produced by arc discharge: effect of the background pressure, Journal of Applied Physics 95, No. 5, 2004, pp. 2749- 2754.
                    • 50. M. Keidar, I.D. Boyd, J. Luke and C. Phipps, Plasma generation and plume expansion for a transmission-mode micro-laser plasma thruster, Journal of Applied Physics , 96, No. 1, 2004, pp. 49-56.
                    • 51. I. Levchenko, M. Romanov, M. Keidar and I.I. Beilis, Stable plasma configurations in a cylindrical magnetron discharge, Applied Physics Letters, 85, No. 12, 2004, pp. 2202-2204.
                    • 52. M. Keidar, I.D. Boyd and I.I. Beilis, Ionization and ablation phenomena in an ablative plasma accelerator, Journal of Applied Physics , 96 No. 10, 2004, pp. 5420-5428.
                    • 53. M. Keidar and A.M. Waas, On the conditions of carbon nanotube growth in the arc discharge, Nanotechnology, 15, 2004, pp. 1571-1575.
                    • 54. I. Levchenko, M. Korobov, M. Romanov and M. Keidar, Ion current distribution on a substrate during nano structures formation, J. Phys. D: Applied Physics 37, 2004, pp. 1690-1695
                    • 55. M. Keidar, A.D. Gallimore, Y. Raitses and I.D. Boyd, On the potential distribution in Hall thrusters, Applied Physics Letters, 85, No. 13, 2004, pp. 2481-2483.
                    • 56. T.E. Markusic, K.A. Polzin and E.Y. Choueiri, M. Keidar, I.D. Boyd, N. Lepsetz, Ablative Z-pinch pulsed plasma thruster, Journal Propulsion & Power , 21, No. 2, 2005, pp. 392-400.
                    • 57. Y. Raitses, D. Staack, M. Keidar, and N.J. Fisch,Electron-wall interactions in Hall thrusters,Physics of Plasmas, vol. 12, 057104, 2005.
                    • 58. I. Levchenko and M. Keidar, Visualization of ion flux neutralization effect on electrical field and atom density distribution in Hall Thruster channel, IEEE Transaction Plasma Science, 33, No. 2, 2005, pp. 526-527.
                    • 59. M. Keidar, I.D. Boyd, E.L. Antonsen, R.L. Burton, and G.G. Spanjers, Optimization issues for a micro-pulsed plasma thruster, Journal Propulsion & Power , Vol. 22, No. 1, 2006, pp. 48-55.
                    • 60. M. Keidar and I.I. Beilis, Transition from plasma to space-charge sheath near the electrode in electrical discharges, IEEE Transaction on Plasma Science, vol. 33, No. 5, 2005, pp. 1481-1486.
                    • 61. E.D. Taylor and M. Keidar, Transition Mode of the Vacuum Arc in an Axial Magnetic Field: Comparison of Experimental Results and Theory, IEEE Transaction on Plasma Science, vol. 33, No. 5, 2005, pp. 1527-1531.
                    • 62. I. Levchenko, K. Ostrikov, M. Keidar and S. Xu, Microscopic ion fluxes in plasma-aided nanofabrication of ordered carbon nanotip structures, Journal of Applied Physics , 98, 064304, 2005.
                    • 63. M. Keidar and I.D. Boyd, On the magnetic mirror effect in Hall thrusters, Applied Physics Letters, 87, 121501, 2005.
                    • 64. I. Levchenko, M. Keidar, K. Ostrikov and M. Yu, Suppression of current fluctuation in a crossed ExB field system for low -voltage plasma-immersion treatment, Journal of Applied Physics , 99, 013301, 2006.
                    • 65. M. Keidar, A.M. Waas, Y. Raitses and E. Waldorff, Modeling of anodic arc discharge and condition for single wall nanotubes growth, Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Vol. 6, pp. 1309-1314, 2006.
                    • 66. M. Keidar, Y. Raitses, A. Knapp and A.M. Waas, Current-driven ignition of single-wall carbon nanotubes, CARBON, Vol. 44, 2006, pp. 1022-1024.
                    • 67. M. Keidar and I.D. Boyd, Ablation study in the capillary discharge of an electrothermal gun, Journal of Applied Physics , vol. 99, 053301, 2006.
                    • 68. M. Keidar, J. Schein, K. Wilson, A. Gerhan, M. Au, B. Tang, L. Idzkowski, M. Krishnan, I. I. Beilis, Magnetically enhanced vacuum arc thruster, Plasma Source Science & Technology , 14, 2005, pp. 661-669.
                    • 69. M. Keidar, and I.I. Beilis, Electron transport phenomena in plasma devices with E×B drift (INVITED REVIEW), IEEE Transaction on Plasma Science, Vol. 34, No. 3, 2006, pp. 804-814.
                    • 70. M. Keidar, Y. Choi, and I.D. Boyd, Modeling a Two-Stage High-Power Bismuth Anode Layer Thruster and its Plume, Journal Propulsion & Power , Vol. 23, No.2, 2007, pp. 500-606.
                    • 71. I. Levchenko, K. Ostrikov, M. Keidar, and S. Xu, Deterministic nanoassembly: neutral or plasma route?, Appled Physics Letters, vol. 89, 033109, 2006.
                    • 72. M. Keidar, I. Boyd, A. Williams and R. Beyer, Ablation phenomena in a capillary sustained plasma, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, Vol. 43, No. 1, 2007, pp. 308-312.
                    • 73. A. Porwitzky, M. Keidar, and I. Boyd, Modeling of the plasma-propellant interaction, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, Vol. 43, No. 1, 2007, pp. 313-317.
                    • 74. A. Yu. Kovalenko, Yu. Kovalenko, and M. Keidar, Conditions for formation of a kinetic anode layer in crossed ExB fields, Appled Physics Letters, vol. 89, 051503, 2006.
                    • 75. M. Keidar, Factors affecting synthesis of single-wall carbon nanotubes in arc discharge (INVITED PAPER), J. Phys. D; Applied Physics, vol. 40, 2007, pp. 2388-2393. This paper has been selected by the Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics as one of the ten most-cited papers published in the Journal in 2007.
                    • 76. M. Keidar and I.I. Beilis, Non-equilibrium thermal boundary layer in a capillary discharge with an ablative wall, Physics of Plasmas, Vol. 13, 114503, 2006.
                    • 77. E. Tam, I. Levchenko, K. Ostrikov, M. Keidar, and S. Xu, Ion-assisted functional monolayer coating of nanorod arrays in hydrogen plasmas, Physics of Plasmas, Vol. 14, 033503, 2007.
                    • 78. A.E. Rider, I. Levchenko, K. Ostrikov, and M. Keidar, Ge/Si Quantum dot formation from non- uniform cluster fluxes, Plasma Processes and Polymers, Vol. 4, No. 6, pp. 638-647, 2007.
                    • 79. A. Porwitzky, M. Keidar, and I. D. Boyd, On the Mechanism of Energy Transfer in the Plasma- Propellant Interaction, Journal of Propellants, Explosives, and Pyrotechnics, Vol. 32, No. 5, pp. 385-391, 2007.
                    • 80. E. Tam, K. Ostrikov, I. Levchenko, M. Keidar and S. Xu, Multi-scale hydrid numerical simulation of the growth of high aspect ratio nanostructures, Computational Material Science, vol. 44, pp.9-15, 2008.
                    • 81. M. Keidar, M. Kim, and I.D. Boyd, Electromagnetic reduction of plasma density during atmospheric re-entry and hypersonic flights, Journal Spacecraft and Rockets , vol. 45, No. 3, pp. 445-453, 2008.
                    • 82. I. Levchenko, K. Ostrikov, M. Keidar and S.V. Vladimirov, Angular distribution of carbon ion flux in a nanotube array during the plasma process by the Monte Carlo technique, Physics of Plasmas, vol. 14, 113504, 2007.
                    • 83. I. Levchenko, K. Ostrikov, M. Keidar, Plasma-Assembled Carbon Nanotubes: Electric Field - Related Effects, Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, vol. 8, No. 11, pp. 6112-6122, November 2008.
                    • 84. L. Pekker, M. Keidar and J. L. Cambier, Effect of Thermal Conductivity on the Knudsen Layer at Ablative Surfaces, Journal Applied Physics, 103, 034906, 2008.
                    • 85. M. Keidar, Anodic plasma in Hall thrusters, Journal Applied Physics, 103, 053309, 2008.
                    • 86. Y. Choi, M. Keidar and I. D. Boyd, Particle Simulation of Plume Flows From an Anode Layer Hall Thruster, Journal Propulsion & Power , Vol. 24, No. 3, pp. 554-561, 2008.
                    • 87. M. Keidar, I. Levchenko, T. Arbel, M. Alexander, A. M. Waas and Kostya (Ken) Ostrikov, Increasing the Length of Single Wall Carbon Nanotubes in a Magnetically Enhanced Arc Discharge, Applied Physics Letters, 92, 043129, 2008.
                    • 88. M. Keidar, I. Levchenko, T. Arbel, M. Alexander, A. M. Waas and Kostya (Ken) Ostrikov, Magnetic- field-enhanced synthesis of single wall carbon nanotubes in arc discharge, Journal of Applied Physics, 103, 094318, 2008.
                    • 89. A. Fetterman, Y. Raitses and M. Keidar, Anode sheath transition in a carbon nanotube arc plasma, Carbon, 46, pp. 1322-1326, 2008.
                    • 90. M. Kim, M. Keidar, and I.D. Boyd, Electrostatic manipulation of a hypersonic plasma layer: images of the 2D sheath, IEEE Transaction on Plasma Science, vol. 36, No. 4, 2008, pp. 1198-1199.
                    • 91. I. Levchenko, K. Ostrikov, M. Keidar and U. Cvelbar, Modes of nanotube growth in plasmas and reasons for single-walled structure, Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, 41, 132004, 2008.
                    • 92. M. Kim, M. Keidar, and I.D. Boyd, Analysis of an Electromagnetic Mitigation Scheme for Reentry Telemetry Through Plasma, Journal Spacecraft and Rockets , vol. 45, No.6, pp. 1223-1229, 2008.
                    • 93. A. Shashurin, M. Keidar and I.I. Beilis, Voltage-current characteristics of an anodic arc producing carbon nanotubes J. Appl. Phys., vol. 104, 063311, 2008.
                    • 94. A. Shashurin and M. Keidar, Factors affecting the size and deposition rate of the cathode deposit in an anodic arc used to produce carbon nanotubes, Carbon, 46 (13), pp. 1826-1828, 2008.
                    • 95. A. J. Porwitzky, M. Keidar, and I. D. Boyd, Parametric Study of the Capillary Plasma Source for Electrothermal Chemical Guns, IEEE Magnetics, vol. 45, No. 1, pp. 574-577, 2008.
                    • 96. A. J. Porwitzky, M. Keidar, and I. D. Boyd, Progress Toward an Electrothermal-Chemical Gun Model, IEEE Magnetics, vol. 45, No. 1, pp. 412-416, 2008.
                    • 97. A. Shashurin, M. Keidar, S. Bronnikov, R.A. Jurius, and M.A. Stepp, Living tissue under treatment of cold plasma atmospheric jet, Applied Physics Letters, vol. 93, 181501, 2008. This work was featured by PhysOrg.Com: http://www.physorg.com/news146829160.html
                    • 98. Y. Choi, M. Keidar and I. D. Boyd, Effect of a Magnetic Field in Simulating the Plume-Field of an Anode Layer Hall Thruster, Journal of Applied Physics, vol. 105, 013303, 2009.
                    • 99. M. Keidar, A.D. Gallimore, Y. Raitses and J.P. Bouef, Editors, Special Issue on Plasma Propulsion, IEEE Transaction on Plasma Science, vol. 36, No.5, p. 1962-1966, Oct. 2008.
                    • 100. I. Levchenko, M. Keidar and K. Ostrikov, Electron transport across magnetic field in low- temperature plasmas: an alternative approach for obtaining evidence of Bohm mechanism, Physics Letters A, 373 (12-13), pp. 1140-1143, 2009.
                    • 101. M. Keidar and E. D. Taylor, A Generalized Criterion of Transition to the Diffuse Column Vacuum Arc, IEEE Transaction on Plasma Science, vol. 37, No. 5, pp. 693-697, 2009.
                    • 102. M. Kundrapu and M. Keidar, Laser ablation of metallic targets with high fluences: self- consistent approach, Journal of Applied Physics, 105, 083302, 2009.
                    • 103. M. Keidar and I.I. Beilis, Sheath and boundary conditions for plasma simulations of a Hall thruster discharge with magnetic lenses, Applied Physics Letters, vol. 94, 191501, 2009.
                    • 104. A. Shashurin, M. N. Shneider, A. Dogariu, R. B. Miles and M. Keidar, Temporal behavior of cold atmospheric plasma jet, Applied Physics Letters, vol. 94, 231504, 2009.
                    • 105. M. Keidar and I.I. Beilis, Modelling of atmospheric-pressure anodic carbon arc producing carbon nanotubes, Journal of Applied Physics, vol. 106, 103304, 2009.
                    • 106. M. Kim, I.D. Boyd and M. Keidar, Modeling of Electromagnetic Manipulation of Plasmas for Communication during Re-entry Flight, Journal Spacecraft and Rockets , Vol. 47, No. 1, pp. 29-35, 2010.
                    • 107. A. Shashurin, M.A. Stepp, T.S. Hawley, S. Pal-Ghosh, L. Brieda, S. Bronnikov, R.A. Jurjus, M. Keidar, Influence of cold atmospheric jet on surface integrin expression of living cells, Plasma Processes and Polymers, Vol. 7, issue 3-4, pp. 294-300, 2010.
                    • 108. O. Volotskova, A. Shashurin, M. Keidar, Y. Raitses, V. Demidov, S. Adams, Ignition and temperature behavior of a single-wall carbon nanotube sample, Nanotechnology, vol. 21, 095705, 2010.
                    • 109. M. Keidar, A. Shashurin, O. Volotskova, Y. Raitses and I.I. Beilis, Mechanism of carbon nanostructure synthesis in arc plasma, Physics of Plasmas, Vol.17, Issue 5, 057101, 2010. This paper is one of the Physics of Plasmas 20 top most-downloaded articles in 2010.
                    • 110. A. Shashurin, M. N. Shneider, A. Dogariu, R. B. Miles and M. Keidar, Temporary-resolved measurement of electron density in small atmospheric plasmas, Applied Physics Letters, Vol. 96, No. 17, 171502, 2010.
                    • 111. O. Volotskova, A. Shashurin, M.A. Stepp, S. Pal-Ghosh and M. Keidar, Plasma-controlled cell migration: localization of cold plasma-cell interaction region, Plasma Medicine, Vol. 1, Issue 1, pp. 83-93, 2010.
                    • 112. I. Levchenko, O. Volotskova, A. Shashurin, Y. Raitses, K. Ostrikov and M. Keidar, The large scale production of graphene flakes using magnetically-enhanced arc discharge between carbon electrodes, CARBON, Vol. 48, issue 15, pp. 4570 – 4574, 2010.
                    • 113. O. Volotskova, J. Fagan, J.Y. Huh, F. Phelan Jr., A. Shashurin, M. Keidar, Tailored Distribution of Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes from Arc Plasma Synthesis using Magnetic Fields, ASC NANO, Vol. 4, No. 9, pp. 5187–5192, 2010.
                    • 114. O. Volotskova, I. Levchenko, A. Shashurin, Y. Raitses, K. Ostrikov and M. Keidar Single-step synthesis and magnetic separation of graphene and carbon nanotubes in arc discharge plasmas, Nanoscale, Vol. 2., pp. 2281-2285, 2010. This paper was listed among 17 outstanding papers and reviews on Graphene to commemorate the 2010 Nobel Prize in Physics on graphene by Nanoscale. Editor’s selection, February 2012.
                    • 115. M. Keidar and I.I. Beilis, On a model of nanoparticle collection by an electrical probe, IEEE Transaction on Plasma Science, vol. 38, pp. No. 11, 2010, pp. 3249-3251.
                    • 116. S. Kumar, I. Levchenko, M. Keidar, and K. Ostrikov, Plasma-enabled growth of separated, vertically-aligned copper-capped carbon nanocones on silicon, Appled Physics Letters, Vol. 97, 151503, 2010.
                    • 117. M. Keidar, A. Shashurin, J. Li, O. Volotskova, M. Kundrapu and T. Zhuang, Arc plasma synthesis of carbon nanostructures: where is the frontier? J. Phys. D: Applied Physics, 44 (2011) 174006.
                    • 118. M. Kundrapu, M. Keidar and C. Jones, Optimum Beam Wavelength for Laser-Based Directed Energy Systems and Electrostatic Mitigation Approach for Uninterrupted Telemetry during Testing, Journal of Directed Energy, vol. 4, 2010.
                    • 119. T. Zhuang, A. Shashurin, M. Keidar and I.I. Beilis, Circular periodic motion of plasma produced by a small-scale vacuum arc, Plasma Sources Science and Technology, 2011, vol. 20, 015009.
                    • 120. M G Kong, M Keidar and K Ostrikov, Plasmas meet nanoparticles—where synergies can advance the frontier of medicine, J. Phys. D: Applied Physics, 44 (2011) 174018.
                    • 121. A. Shashurin, J. Li, T. Zhuang, M. Keidar and I.I. Beilis, Application of electrostatic Langmuir probe to atmospheric arc plasmas producing nanostructures, Physics of Plasmas, 18, 073505 (2011).
                    • 122. L. Brieda, S. Pai, and M. Keidar, Kinetic Analysis of Electron Transport in a Cylindrical Hall Thruster, IEEE Transaction on Plasma Science, Vol. 39, No.11, 2011, pp. 2946-2947.
                    • 123. E. Tam, I. Levchenko, J. Li, A. Shashurin, A. Murphy, M. Keidar and K. Ostrikov, Graphene and Carbon Nanotubes from Arc Plasmas: Experiment and Plasma Modeling, IEEE Transaction on Plasma Science, Vol. 39, No. 11, 2011, pp. 2798-2799.
                    • 124. J. Li, A. Shashurin and M. Keidar, Correlation between Formation of the Plasmas Jet and Synthesis of Graphene in Arc Discharge, IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, Vol. 39, No. 11, 2011 pp. 2366 - 2367.
                    • 125. T. Zhuang, A. Shashurin and M. Keidar, Micro-Cathode Thruster (μCT) Plume Characterization, IEEE Transaction on Plasma Science, Vol. 39, No. 11, 2011 pp. 2936 - 2937.
                    • 126. M. Kundrapu, I. Levchenko, K. Ostrikov, and M. Keidar, Simulation of Carbon Arc Discharge for the Synthesis of Nanotubes, IEEE Transaction on Plasma Science, Vol. 39, No. 11, 2011 pp. 2876-2877.
                    • 127. J. Li, O. Volotskova, A. Shashurin, and M. Keidar, Controlling Diameter Distribution of Catalyst Nanoparticles Arc Discharge, J. Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, vol. 11, No. 11, 2011, pp. 10047-10052.
                    • 128. J. Li, A. Shashurin, M. Kundrapu, M. Keidar, "Simultaneous synthesis of single-walled carbon nanotubes and graphene in a magnetically-enhanced arc plasma", Journal of Visualized Experiments, 60, 3455, 2012.
                    • 129. M. Keidar, R. Walk, A. Shashurin, P. Srinivasan, A. Sandler, S. Dasgupta, R. Ravi, R. Guerrero- Preston and B. Trink, Cold plasma selectivity and the possibility of a paradigm shift in cancer therapy, British Journal of Cancer , 2011, Vol. 105, pp. 1295–1301.
                    • 130. A. Shashurin, M. Shneider, M. Keidar, Measurements of streamer head potential and conductivity of streamer column in the cold nonequilibrium atmospheric plasmas, Plasma Source Science & Technology, 21, 034006, 2012.
                    • 131. O. Im, J. Li, M. Wang, L. G. Zhang, M. Keidar, Biomimetic three-dimensional nanocrystaline hydroxyapatite and magnetically synthesized single-wall carbon nanotube chitosan nanocomposite for bone regeneration, International Journal of Nanomedicine, vol. 7, 2012, pp. 2087-2099.
                    • 132. N. Castro, J. Umanzor-Alvarez, L. Zhang, and M. Keidar, Nanobiotechnology and Nanostructured Therapeutic Delivery Systems. Recent Patents on Biomedical Engineering, Vol. 5(1), 2012, pp. 29-40.
                    • 133. T. Zhuang, A. Shashurin, I.I. Beilis and M. Keidar, Ion Velocities in a Micro-Cathode Arc Thruster, Physics of Plasmas, vol. 19, 2012, 063501.
                    • 134. O. Volotskova, M.A. Stepp and M. Keidar, Integrin activation by a cold atmospheric plasma jet, New Journal of Physics, vol. 14, 053019, 2012.
                    • 135. L. Brieda and M. Keidar, Plasma-wall interaction in Hall thrusters with magnetic lens configuration, Journal of Applied Physics, vol. 111, 123302, 2012.
                    • 136. M. Kundrapu and M. Keidar, Numerical simulation of carbon arc discharge for nanoparticle synthesis, Physics of Plasmas, vol. 19, 073510, 2012.
                    • 137. L. Pekker and M. Keidar, Analysis of Air Breathing Hall-Effect Thrusters, Journal of Propulsion and Power, vol. 28, No. 6, pp. 1399-1405, 2012.
                    • 138. M. Kundrapu, J. Li, A. Shashurin and M. Keidar, Model of the carbon nanotube synthesis in arc discharge plasmas, Journal Physics D: Applied Physics, vol. 45, 315305, 2012.
                    • 139. J. Li, M. Kundrapu, A. Shashurin and M. Keidar, Emission spectra analysis of arc plasma for synthesis of carbon nanostructures in various magnetic conditions, Journal of Applied Physics, vol. 112, 024329, 2012.
                    • 140. J. Li, X. Cheng, A. Shashurin and M. Keidar, Review of electrochemical capacitors based on carbon nanotubes and graphene, Graphene, vol. 1, pp. 1-15, 2012.
                    • 141. M. Wang, N. J. Castro, J. Li, M. Keidar, and L. G. Zhang, Greater Osteoblast and Mesenchymal Stem Cell Adhesion and Proliferation on Titanium with Hydrothermally Treated Nanocrystalline Hydroxyapatite/Magnetically Treated Carbon Nanotubes, Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, vol. 12, p.7692, 2012.
                    • 142. O. Volotskova, T.S. Hawley, M.A. Stepp and M. Keidar, Targeting the cancer cell cycle by cold atmospheric plasma, Scientific Reports (published by Nature), vol. 2, 636, 2012.
                    • 143. S. Kumar, I. Levchenko, D. Farrant, M. Keidar, H. Karsten and K. Ostrikov, Copper-capped carbon nanocones on silicon: plasma enabled growth control, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, Vol. 4, Issue 11, 28 November 2012, Pages 6021-6029, 2012.
                    • 144. R. M. Walk, J.A. Snyder, P. Srinivasan, J. Kirsch, S. O. Diaz, F. C. Blanco, A. Shashurin, M. Keidar, A. D. Sandler, Cold atmospheric plasma for the ablative treatment of neuroblastoma, Journal of Pediatric Surgery, Vol. 48, Issue 1, pp. 67-73, January 2013.
                    • 145. M. Keidar, A. Shashurin, O. Volotskova, M.A. Stepp, P. Srinivasan, A. Sandler and B. Trink, Cold Atmospheric Plasma in Cancer Therapy, Physics of Plasmas, vol. 20, 057101, 2013.
                    • 146. T. Zhuang, A. Shashurin, T. Denz, P. Vail, A. Pancotti, and M. Keidar, Performance Characteristics of Micro-Cathode Arc Thruster, Journal Propulsion and Power, 2013, accepted.

Books

Books

M. Keidar and I.I. Beilis, Plasma Engineering: application in aerospace, nanotechnology and
bionanotechnology, Elsevier, Oxford UK, March 2013, ISBN: 9780123859785

Book Chapter

M. Keidar, I. Beilis, R.L. Boxman, and S. Goldsmith, “Free Magnetohydrodynamic Flow of the Low-Density
Vacuum-Arc Cathodic Jet", pp. 917-930, Chapter 65 in H. Branover and Y. Unger (eds), Progress in Fluid Flow
Research: Turbulence and Applied MHD, Vol. 182 in Progress in Astronautics and Aeronautics, American Institute of
Aeronautics and Astronautics, Reston, VA, USA, 1998.

 

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