Research Output per year
The aim of my PhD at the University of Namur in the LARN department, is to understand through simulations and experimentation the mechanism at stakes when doing magnetron plasma assisted PECVD (Plasma Enhanced Chemical Vapor Deposition) to deposit thin films of amorphous diamond-like carbon. For a number of years these technologically attractive properties have drawn tremendous interest towards these coatings. They are widely used to modify surfaces of materials and improve their tribological properties.
After a Bachelor in Fundamental Physics at the Paris 7 University (Diderot), I did a Master in Astrophysics with specialization in dynamics of gravitational systems at The Paris-Meudon Observatory.
Master of Physics, Observatoire de Paris
Award Date: 7 Jul 2014
Bachelor of Applied Science, Universite Paris Diderot
Award Date: 7 Jul 2012
Experimental and theoretical study of a magnetron DC-PECVD acetylene discharge: Determination of the main species and reactions taking place in the plasmaFauroux, A., Vandenabeele, C., Pflug, A. & Lucas, S., 25 Oct 2020, In : Surface and Coatings Technology. 400, 126195.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article
Activities per year
Antoine Fauroux (Poster)
Activity: Participating in or organising an event types › Participation in conference