Scientific workshops

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04.07. - 07.07.2018 I RUB Japan Science Days

From July 4 - 7 2018, top researchers, presidents, vice presidents and executives from university management and administration from the University of Tokyo, Osaka University, the University of Tsukuba and RUB meet to promote the fruitful exchange among them.

The RUB Japan Science Days will be each devoted to a guiding topic of high societal relevance that offers multi- and transdisciplinary approaches to teaching, research and transfer. This year - honoring a topic that is presently hotly debated in Japan and also in Germany - the Science Days are devoted to "Society 5.0 - Chances and Risks of Digital Transformation and the Responsibility of Universities".

Furthermore, a framework program from the RUB is aocated for the Japanese guests to learn more about science in Bochum and the Ruhr area in general.

A separate workshop with plasma scientists from Japan and Bochum finally resultet in a great exchange of both groups and new enrolled cooperations between different groups.

Internationalization

04.05.2018 - Japan - RUB Workshop

We are happy to announce the upcoming Japan - RUB Workshop between July 4th, 2018 and July 7th, 2018. Workshop of experts from the field of plasma from Japan and from the Ruhr-Universität Bochum are planned for an intesive exchange of knowledge. The plasma workshops will take place on July 4th, 2018 and July, 6th, 2018 including lab tours. Furthermore, a framework program from the RUB is allocated for the Japanese guests to learn more about science in Bochum and the Ruhr area in general.

Workshops

15.02.2018 - Gyrokinetic Theory of Strongly Magnetized Plasmas

Between February 19th until February 23th as well as between March 12th and 16th, an intensive course concerning strongly magnetized plasmas will take place at the insitute for theoretical physics of Prof. Grauer. Dr. Daniel Told is going to hold lectures in the morning and exercises will be avaible in the afternoon. The lectures will take place in NB 6/99 and the exercises in NB 7/173.
Interested people are welcome to join! 

Workshops

06.11.2017- Workshop "Plasma Theory"

A special workshop on plasma theory ranging from astrophysical topics to fusion science has been organized by Prof. Grauer from TPI. Special guests were Dr. Daniel Told from the IPP Helmholtz Group on Computational Plasma Physics and Dr. Moritz Püschel from the University of Texas/University of Wisconsin.

Plasma Day

26.09.2016 - Plasma Day

Der diesjährige Plasma Day fand in den Räumlichkeiten des Veranstaltungszetrums der Ruhr-Universität Bochum statt. Mitglieder des Research Departments Plasmas with Complex Interactions stellten dort ihre Forschungsschwerpunkte sowie die neuesten Ergebnisse dar.

Zu Beginn begrüßte Prof. Dr. Achim von Keudell (Experimentalphysik II, RUB) die Verwsammelten (Zeitplan). Es hielten Björn Offerhaus & Friederike Kogelheide einen Vortrag zum Thema "Vergleich einer Oberflächen-DBD mit einer Volumen-DBD", anschließend trug Dr. Ante Hecimovic zum Thema "High Power Impulse Magnetron Sputtering" vor.

Eine Vorschau über kommende Forschungsintentionen machte Prof. Dr. Achim von Keudell zu der Skizze des Sonderforschungsbereichs 1316 "Transient atmospheric plasmas from plasmas to liquids to solids”.

Anwendungsbezogen arbeitet Marco Krewing, der zum Thema "Ausgewählte Beispiele von Plasmen in Biologie und Medizin" referierte. Über "Plasmen in der Astrophysik" trug Kerstin Weis vor, an die sich Jan Trieschmann mit dem Beitrag "Simulation Methods for Technological Plasmas" anschloss.

Die erfahrenen Wissenschaftler Prof. Dr. Czarnetzki swoei Dr. Tsanko V. Tsankov sprachen über "Ion transport in plasmas and the kinetic Bohm criterion".

Aus der theoretischen Physik kamen drei Vorträge von Dr. Klaus Scherer zu "Astrosphären", Dr. Jens Kleimann zu "Ruhr Astroparticle and Plasma Physics Center" und Prof. Dr. Grauer zu "Multiscale/Multiphysics simulations of collisionless plasmas".

Abgeschlosen wurde der Tag mit einem Beitrag von Prof. Dr. Dirk Reiser zum Thema Theoretical Plasma Physics at FZJ IEK-4, Tokamaks, Stellarators and Linear Devices.