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Mark Kushner

Mark Kushner receives Plasma Chemistry Award for lifetime of achievement

Prof. Kushner is an internationally renowned expert in the area of low-temperature plasma simulation.

The Radlab: People in Service to Society

U-M’s Radlab is known worldwide for their contributions to Applied Electromagnetics.

Mark Kushner awarded 2015 IEEE NPSS Charles K. Birdsall Award

Prof. Kushner is an internationally renowned expert in the area of low-temperature plasma simulation.

Jun-Chieh Wang receives Best Oral Paper Award for plasma research

Wang’s research studies the glow-like atmospheric pressure microdischarges created under specialized conditions in laser printers.

Mark Kushner appointed to advisory board for DoE National Lab

PPPL is a U.S. Department of Energy funded research center established for collaborative work in fusion energy research.

Mark Kushner elected to the National Academy of Engineering

Election to the National Academy of Engineering is among the highest professional distinctions accorded to an engineer.

Mark Kushner awarded the AVS Medard W. Welch Award

Kushner was recognized “for contributions to modeling and understanding of plasmas, especially those used in thin film etching, deposition and surface modification.”

EECS Faculty receive 2010 HP Labs Innovation Research Awards

Mark Kushner to head new $10M DoE plasma research center

The research that will be conducted at the center could lead to more efficient solar cells, finer-featured microchips and new medical tools.

Mark Kushner awarded 2010 APS Will Allis Prize

Kushner’s research area is low temperature plasmas, and their fundamental properties and technological applications.

Professor Mark J. Kushner named the George I. Haddad Professor of Engineering