MICROWAVE DISCHARGES: Fundamentals and Applications

3 - 7 September 2018, Zvenigorod, Russia

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Tentative list of plenary speakers
  1. Hirotaka Toyoda (Japan)
    Meter-scale Atmospheric Pressure Microwave Line Plasma and its Applications.

  2. Nikolay Britun (Belgium)
    Decisive role of non-equilibrium microwave plasmas in greenhouse gas conversion.

  3. Vadim Skalyga, S.V. Golubev, I.V. Izotov, M.Yu. Kazakov, R.L. Lapin, S.V. Razin, A.V. Sidorov, R.A. Shaposhnikov, A.F. Bokhanov (Russia)
    High current pulsed ECR ion sources.

  4. Gerard van Rooij (the Netherlands)
    Microwave plasma enabling electrification of chemical industry.

  5. Alexander Vodopyanov (Russia)
    Sources of Ultraviolet Light Based on Microwave Discharges.

  6. Luc Stafford (Canada)
    Optical emission spectroscopy and collisional-radiative modeling of microwave plasma columns at atmospheric pressure in presence of impurities.

  7. Panagiotis Svarnas (Greece)
    H- negative ion production in microwave-driven discharges: Principles and Diagnostics.

  8. Juan Ramon Sanchez-Valencia (Spain)
    Metal oxide nanotubes prepared by Microwave-Plasma Enhanced Chemical Vapour Deposition for advanced applications.

  9. T. Bogdanov, S. Abarova, I. Tsonev, M. Atanasova, P. Marinova, Y. Topalova, Y. Todorova, I. Yotinov, E. Benova (Bulgaria)
    Surface-wave-sustained plasma source for bio-medical applications.

  10. Vit Kudrle (Czech Republic)
    Self-organization in microwave filamentary discharges.

  11. J. van der Mullen (Belgium)
    Thomson scattering on filamentary microwave discharges; New insights.

  12. M. Klute, H-E. Porteanu, W. Heinrich, P. Awakowicz, R.P. Brinkmann (Germany)
    Global model of a small MW driven inductively coupled plasma jet.