Air Serenity, young start-up specializing in the treatment of indoor air, has been selected to participate in the major general public event of the High-Tech and objects connected: the CES held annually in Las Vegas.
Thanks to its innovative and connected solutions for indoor air quality (monitoring air quality and treatment using cold plasma technology), Air Serenity was selected among the 190 companies and start-up arising from the "French Tech", this through Business France, but also by La Poste for the development of its Hub via the program "French IoT."
This allowed Air Serenity to have two stands and therefore twice as much visibility for new partnerships, which has resulted in various articles in news –specialized or not- including one article in a French popular and daily news paper, Le Parisien.
Numerical simulation results showing current sheet structures. Image on the cover of Physics of Plasmas (C. Rossi et al). See "Read more".
A numerical simulation performed by an international team, including a PhD student and researchers of the LPP Space Plasma team, makes the cover page of Physics of Plasmas December issue.
It deals with the Kelvin-Helmholtz instability that is observed at the interface between the Solar wind ant the Earth magnetosphere. This study shows that thin reconnecting current sheets form in Kelvin-Helmholtz turbulence supports reconnection as a fundamental dissipation mechanism in turbulent plasmas.