Joined conferences

Plasma diagnostics

07.05.2013 - 10TH FRONTIERS IN LOW TEMPERATURE PLASMA DIAGNOSTICS (FLTPD)

The 10th Frontiers in Low Temperature Plasma Diagnostics was held from April 28th—May 2nd, 2013 at the Conference Centre Rolduc in Kerkrade, the Netherlands. PhD student Stefan Spiekermeier from the Research Unit "Physics of Microplasmas" FOR1123 participated in that conference.
The Frontiers in Low Temperature Plasma Diagnostics (FLTPD) brings together experts in the field of low temperature plasma diagnostics and create the possibility to share knowledge of these diagnostics with the new generation of scientists.
The 10th FLTPD is the continuation of a very successful biennial series that began in 1995 at Les Houches (France) and is organized by the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) and the Dutch Institute for Fundamental Energy Research (DIFFER).

FLTPD conference website

GASEOUS ELECTRONICS CONFERENCE

30.10.2012 - 65TH GASEOUS ELECTRONICS CONFERENCE

The 65th Annual Gaseous Electronics Conference was held October 22 to 26, 2012 at the AT&T Conference Center on The University of Texas at Austin campus in Austin, Texas. Several members of the RD Plasma participated in the GEC.

GEC 2012

nanoparticle production and nanostructure processing

27.09.2012 - ALUSHTA WORKSHOP „NANO- AND MICRO-SIZED STRUCTURES IN PLASMAS“

The Workshop „Nano- and micro-sized structures in plasmas“ has been organized from 17th to 22nd of September 2012 in Alushta (Crimea) Ukraine, as a part of collaboration between Institute for Experimental Physics II (Bochum) and V. N. Karazin Kharkov National University (Kharkov, Ukraine). During one-day session, several invited lectures and progress reports on various aspects of nanoparticle production and nanostructure processing in reactive plasmas have been presented. Young scientists have been encouraged to take part in a poster session with their original work. Among the numerous applicants, the six best contributors have been financially supported for their travel expenses. Two contributions form Bochum have been presented: Dr. Ilija Stefanović gave a lecture on “Fabrication of Nanopowders in RF Plasmas: Diagnostics and Modelling” and PhD student Thomas Gautier reported on “Titan’s Aerosol Analogues Produced by RF Plasma”.
This workshop has been organized as a part of International Conference & School on Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion and its organization has been financially supported by Alexander von Humboldt Foundation.

workshop website

PSE

17.09.2012 - 13TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PLASMA SURFACE ENGINEERING (PSE)

Vom 10.-14. September 2012 fand die 13th International Conference on Plasma Surface Engineering (PSE) in Garmisch-Partenkirchen statt.
Das RD Plasma haben Prof. Jörg Winter, Prof. Achim von Keudell, PD Teresa de los Arcos, Dr. Ante Hecimovic und Doktorand Simon Große-Kreul vertreten.

 

 

 

 

 

PSE-Webseite

GRC

30.07.2012 - GORDON RESEARCH CONFERENCE: PLASMA PROCESSING SCIENCE

Die Gordon Research Conference "Plasma Processing Science and Societal Grand Challenges" fand an der Bryant University, USA, vom 22.-27. Juli 2012 statt. Die Gordon-Konferenz-Serie bietet Wissenschaftlern die Möglichkeit, über neueste Ergebnisse und aktuelle Herausforderungen zu diskutieren, ohne dass diese anschließend in Konferenzprotokollen veröffentlicht werden. Auch das besondere Format der Konferenz mit ausreichend Zeit für geplante Diskussionen sowie Gelegenheiten für den informellen Austausch während des Nachmittags schaffen eine ideale Atmosphäre für die gemeinsame Entwicklung neuer Ideen. Im Vordergrund standen dabei in diesem Jahr vor allem Plasmen im Bereich der erneuerbaren Energien sowie im sich rasch entwickelnden Feld Plasma-Medizin.

Prof. Achim von Keudell, der in seinem Vortrag unter anderem auf neuste Ergebnisse im Bereich HPPMS einging, wurde vom Plenum mit großer Mehrheit zum nächsten Vice-Chair der Konferenz gewählt und wird damit nach der nächsten Veranstaltung 2014, die von Prof. Jane P. Chang ausgerichtet wird, automatisch zum nächsten Chair der GRC Plasma Processing Science. Außerdem nahmen Jun.-Prof. Jan Benedikt, Prof. Jörg Winter und Ph.D. Student Hendrik Bahre an der Konferenz teil und präsentierten ihre Ergebnisse bei den Poster Sitzungen. 

Konferenzwebseite