• Anthony B. Murphy

  • CSIRO Manufacturing, Australia





     Tony Murphy1981年本科毕业于悉尼大学,1987年获物理学博士学位,1987至1989年在德国加尔兴Max Planck研究院作为博士后研究人员研究等离子体物理,后任澳大利亚主要政府研究机构研究员,现任澳大利亚联邦科学与工业研究组织首席科学家和材料处理建模方向负责人。


     Murphy博士现任国际等离子体化学协会主席,Plasma Chemistry and Plasma Processing主编,Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics,、Scientific Reports 及Reviews of Modern Plasma Physics等期刊编辑,发表国际期刊文论文250余篇,SCI他引次数超过6500次,获英国物理学会、澳大利亚科学院、澳大利亚物理学会、新南威尔士皇家学会等多个机构研究奖励。


Title of the Talk: Metal Vapour in Arc Plasmas: Thermophysical Properties, Measurements and Modelling


Tony Murphy graduated from University of Sydney with a BSc (Hons) in 1981 and a PhD in physics in 1987. He was a Postdoctoral Scientist at Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics in Garching near Munich from 1987 to 1989, before joining CSIRO, Australia’s main government research institution, as a Research Scientist. He is currently a Chief Research Scientist and leads the Materials and Process Modelling Team.

Dr Murphy’s main areas of research include thermal plasmas, in particular computational modelling and calculation of transport properties, non-equilibrium atmospheric-pressure plasmas and metal additive manufacturing. He has led research projects for companies including General Motors, Boeing, CRRC, Siemens and LSIS. He helped to develop Plascon, the world’s first commercial plasma waste destruction system, and the ArcWeld arc welding simulation software.

Dr Murphy is currently President of the International Plasma Chemistry Society and Editor-in-Chief of Plasma Chemistry and Plasma Processing. He is a member of the Editorial Boards of Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, Scientific Reports and Reviews of Modern Plasma Physics. He has published 250 refereed papers in international journals, with over 6500 citations in the Web of Science, and has been awarded research medals by the Institute of Physics (UK), the Australian Academy of Science, the Australian Institute of Physics and the Royal Society of New South Wales.


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