People Innovation Excellence
 

k. Dr.Eng. Zener Sukra Lie

Subject Content Spesialist

Email : zener_lie@binus.ac.id

Research Interest:

  • Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy
  • Computer Engineering

Specialty:

  • Laser technology
  • Spectrochemical analysis by using high power pulsed laser
  • Control system

Publications:

No. Judul Artikel Ilmiah Nama Jurnal Volume/Nomor/Tahun
1 Application of picosecond laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy to quantitative analysis of boron in meatballs and other biological samples Applied Optics 55/32/2016
2 A comparative study of emission efficiencies in low-pressure argon plasmas induced by picosecond and nanosecond Nd:YAG lasers Japanese Journal of Applied Physics 55/11/2016
3 Evidence of feasible hardness test on Mars using ratio of ionic/neutral emission intensities measured with laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy in low pressure CO2 ambient gas Journal of Applied Physics 119/16/2016
4 Preliminary study on detection sediment contamination in soil affected by the Indian Ocean giant tsunami 2004 in Aceh, Indonesia using laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) AIP Conference Proceedings 1719/1/2016
5 Sensitive analysis of carbon, chromium and silicon in steel using picosecond laser induced low pressure helium plasma Spectrochimica Acta – Part B Atomic Spectroscopy 114/2015
6 Nanosecond Nd-YAG laser induced plasma emission characteristics in low pressure CO2 ambient gas for spectrochemical application on Mars Journal of Applied Physics 118/08/2015
7 Excitation mechanisms in 1 mJ picosecond laser induced low pressure He plasma and the resulting spectral quality enhancement Journal of Applied Physics 117/22/2015
8 Quantitative and sensitive analysis of CN molecules using laser induced low pressure He plasma Journal of Applied Physics 117/11/2015
9 Food powder analysis by using transversely excited atmospheric CO2 laser-induced plasma spectroscopy Journal of Physics: Conference Series 622/2015
10 Practical and highly sensitive elemental analysis for aqueous samples containing metal impurities employing electrodeposition on indium-tin oxide film samples and laser-induced shock wave plasma in low-pressure helium gas Applied Optics 54/30/2015
11 Analysis of sodium aerosol using transversely excited atmospheric CO 2 laser-induced gas plasma spectroscopy Current Applied Physics 14/3/2014
12 Examination of the capability of the laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) technique as the emerging laser-based analytical tool for analyzing trace elements in coal AIP Conference Proceedings 1617/1/2014
13 A comparative study of pressure-dependent emission characteristics in different gas plasmas induced by nanosecond and picosecond neodymium-doped yttrium aluminum garnet (Nd:YAG) lasers Applied Spectroscopy 67/11/2013
14 Direct evidence of mismatching effect on H emission in laser-induced atmospheric helium gas plasma Journal of Applied Physics 113/5/2013
     

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