Invited Speakers

Foundation Talk

Electron Collisions with Atoms, Ions, and Molecules--Experiment, Theory, and Applications
Klaus Bartschat, Drake University, USA

 

Electron collision with biological and related molecules

1. Electronic excitation of water and simple alcohols by low-energy electrons
Leigh Hargreaves, California State University, USA

2. Low-energy electron interactions with complex biological targets
Thomas Orlando, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

3. Transient Anion States of Biomolecules
Marcio Varella, Instituto de Fisica, Universidade de Sao Paulo, Brazil

 

Antimatter and related properties

4. Positron transport in gaseous and soft-condensed environments
Ron White, James Cook University, Australia

5. Positron plasma techniques and the production of a positronium gas
David Cassidy, University of California, Riverside, USA

 

Heavy particle collision

6. Kinematically complete study on ion-impact induced ionization of laser-cooled lithium
Daniel Fischer, Max-Planck-Institut fur Kernphysik, Germany

 

Excitation and ionization model calculations

7. Cross Sections for Electron-impact Excitation of Electronic States in Atoms and Molecules -Application Examples of the BEF-scaling model in Optically-allowed Transitions
Hidetoshi Kato, Sophia University, Japan

8. Relativistic Calculations of Electron Ionization of Xenon
Allan Stauffer, York University, Canada

9. Single and double ionization of helium: a Sturmian approach
Ugo Ancarani, Université de Lorraine, France

 

Plasma processing of materials

10. Three-Dimentional Integrated Micro Solution Plasmas for Nano Materials Processing
Tatsuru Shirafuji, Osaka City University, Japan

11. Plasma induced UV/VUV damage during Si and GaN device fabrication
Tetsuya Tatsumi, Sony Corporation, Japan

12. Si-O-Cx nano-composite negative electrodes for next generation lithium ion batteries formed by plasma spray PVD
Makoto Kambara, University of Tokyo, Japan

13. Time-Multiplexed Deep Silicon Etching
Larry Overzet, University of Texas, Dallas, USA

14. High Energy IED measurements with MEMs based Si grid technology inside a 300mm Si wafer
Merritt Funk, Tokyo Electron, USA

15. Instabilities and plasma self organisation in high power impulse magnetron sputtering
Ante Hecimovic, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany

16. Impact of gas heating on a rf plasma structure in a microcell at high pressure
Toshiaki Makabe, Keio University, Japan

 

Magnetically confined plasmas

17. Rotating spoke phenomenon in magnetically-controlled plasmas
Yevgeny Raitses, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, USA

18. Large and powerful rf-driven hydrogen plasmas: negative ions for the heating systems of ITER
Ursel Fantz, Max-Planck-Institut fur Plasmaphysik, Germany

19. Kinetic and electromagnetic effects in technical plasmas
Denis Eremin, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany

20. Ferromagnetic Enhanced Inductive Plasma Sources
Valery Godyak, Consultant, USA

21. Physics and chemistry of complex oxide etching and redeposition control
Joëlle Margot, Université de Montréal, Canada

 

Plasma modeling

22. Pulsed and dc microdischarges
Leanne Pitchford, LAPLACE, University of Toulouse, France

23. Plasma-Sheath Revisited
Natalia Sternberg, Clark University, USA

24. Modelling of capacitive microdischarges at atmospheric pressure
Pascal Chabert, Ecole Polytechnique - CNRS, France

25. Simulations of Plasma Sources for Semiconductor Device Manufacturing
Peter Ventzek, Tokyo Electron, USA

26. Atomic and Molecular Input Data for Plasma Modeling: A user's perspective
Jan van Dijk, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands

27. Plasma-sheath Model
Ulrich Riemann, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany

 

Laser based plasma diagnostics

28. Non-linear optical diagnostic studies of high pressure non-equilibrium plasmas
Walter Lempert, Ohio State University, USA

29. Raman scattering in atmospheric pressure plasmas. plasmas
Jose María Palomares Linares, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands.

Streamer dynamics

30. Extremely far from equilibrium: the multiscale dynamics of streamers
Ute Ebert, CWI Amsterdam and Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands

 

Plasma based flow control, combustion and renewable energy

31. Modeling of plasma assisted combustion
Haruaki Akashi, National Defense Academy, Japan

32. Aerospace applications of high E/n discharges
Andrey Starikovskiy, Princeton University, USA

33. Advanced Active Flow & Combustion Control
Seyed Saddoughi, GE Global Research, USA

34. Renewable energy storage in chemical fuels for CO2 neutral energy generation:
Richard van de Sanden, Dutch Institute for Fundamental Energy Research, The Netherlands