Résumé : Methyl methacrylate (MMA) is deposited on aluminum substrates using atmospheric dielectric barrier discharge plasma. The thermal properties of plasma deposited MMA (pdMMA) films of 0.5 to 1 μm thickness are evaluated as a function of plasma power and precursor mass feed. Thermogravimetric analysis indicates a low molecular weight fraction in all pdMMA films, which lowers their thermal stability. Differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) is used to quantify the glass transition (Tg) and residual reactivity of the pdMMA thin films. For all plasma conditions, the Tg remains inferior to conventional PMMA, and ranges from 20 °C in the monomer-deficient domain to 56 °C in the energy-deficient domain. A residual reactivity is measured in the first DSC heating of all pdMMA films, showing an exothermicity up to -160 J g-1. A systematic thermal analysis of thin organic plasma films in relation to the plasma conditions remains scarce in literature. In this work, the focus is on the quantiïcation of thermal properties of pdMMA ïlms produced using a DBD reactor operating at atmospheric pressure. The glass transition and residual reactivity of the plasma ïlms are measured by DSC as a function of precursor mass ïow and input plasma power.