Lorenzo Avaldi (Italy): Spectroscopy and dynamics of molecules of biological interest

Igor Bray (Australia): Convergent close-coupling theory for collisions in atomic and molecular physics

Till Jahnke (Germany): Small helium clusters: few atoms, many phenomena

Philippe Roncin (France): Elastic and inelastic diffraction of fast atoms at surfaces. 2D materials, thin films, epitaxial growth

Peter Bruggeman (USA):

Pietro Favia (Italy): Plasma Processes for Life Sciences

Masaru Hori (Japan): Plasma Science towards Next-generation Healthcare Innovations

Pascal Boubert (France): Optical diagnostics in high enthalpy plasmas

Jürgen Meichsner (Germany): Influence of negative ions on the dynamics of electric gas discharges

Roland Stamm (France): Line shapes in turbulent plasmas

Hiroshi Azechi (Japan): Status and future prospects of laser fusion research at ILE, Osaka


  • Nelson de Oliveira (France): High resolution absorption spectroscopy of transient species in the VUV
  • Patrick Rousseau (France): Molecular growth inside of (polycyclic aromatic) hydrocarbon clusters induced by ion collisions
  • Denis Ceolin (France): Photoemission on liquids in the hard X-rays regime: first studies at the GALAXIES beamline, SOLEIL synchrotron
  • James Sullivan (Australia): Positron scattering measurements from biologically relevant molecules
  • Felix Julian Schulze (USA): Realistic surface coefficients for secondary electron emission and electron reflection in PIC/MCC simulations of capacitive RF plasmas
  • Károly Tökési (Hungary): Classical Trajectory Monte Carlo method – Watching quantum physics in real time
  • Christoph Lemell (Austria): Attosecond streaking of photoelectrons emitted from solid surfaces
  • Vito Despoja (Croatia): Interactions of charged particles with double-layer graphene
  • Li Baiwen (China): Recent progress on numerical simulation for high-energy density plasma (HEDP) at IAPCM
  • Carlos Pintassilgo (Portugal): Gas heating mechanisms in N2-O2 plasmas
  • Joe Khachan (Australia)
  • Ronny Brandenburg (Germany): Barrier discharges in CO_2 containing gases at atmospheric pressure
  • Marija Gorjanc (Slovenia): Application of plasma for development of innovative functional and protective textiles
  • Manuel Macias-Montero (UK): Synthesis of quantum dots by atmospheric pressure plasmas and their integration in photovoltaic devices
  • Jinghong Li (China): A Hybrid Transport-Diffusion Simulation in Laser Fusion
  • René Goosmann (France): X-ray imaging polarimetry: a new observational window in astrophysics and fundamental physics
  • Giovanni La Mura (Italy): Relativistic plasmas in AGN jets: from synchrotron radiation to gamma-ray emission
  • Evangelia Lyratzi (Greece): Investigating the reasons of variability in Si IV and C IV Broad Absorption Line troughs
  • Achim Czasch (ROENTDEK, Germany): Single particle counting: Applications in Atomic- and Molecular Physics

  • Milos Ranković (Serbia): Electron impact action spectroscopy of mass/charge selected macromolecular ions
  • Anita Ribar (Austria): Electron interactions with doped neon clusters
  • Jaroslav Kočišek (Czech Republic): Electron-induced reactions in clusters
  • Xu Han (USA): Interactions of atmospheric pressure plasma jet with liquid surfaces
  • Miloš Nenadović (Serbia): Morphological and structural properties of silver and gold nanoparticles obtained by ion implantation in high density polyethylene
  • Miloš Burger (Serbia): The role of spectroscopic diagnostics in studying laser-plasma interaction
  • Sára Toth (Hungary): Generation of highly luminescent color centers in nanocrystalline diamond by CVD method
  • Roland Sachser (Germany): Febid for Application in Material Science and Solid State Physics
  • Yingying Zhang (China): Interaction of moving charged particles with Triple-Walled Carbon Nanotubles (TWCNTs)
  • Zoran Ristić (Serbia) In-situ analysis of the pulsed laser deposition (PLD) fabricated LaAlO3/SrTiO3 heterostructures
  • Zdeněk Navrátil (Czech Republic): Electric field measurement in atmospheric pressure radiofrequency discharge in helium
  • Ana Sobota (The Netherlands): Electric fields in kHz'driven plasma jets
  • Goran Sretenović (Serbia): Measurements of the electric field development in helium plasma jets
  • Sylvain Iséni (France): Electric field and discharge properties of single and multiple arrangement of Pulsed Atmospheric Plasma Streams
  • Teodora Gajo (Serbia): Experimental Study of the Influence of Debye Shielding On the Stark Shift of Neutral Helium Lines in Dense Plasmas
  • Marijana Gavrilović (Serbia): Study of single pulse laser induced breakdown on target in water
  • Marija Vranić (Portugal): Laser-matter interaction at the intensity frontier: on the path towards laboratory astrophysics
  • Ivan Milić (Germany): Diagnosing plasma in the solar atmosphere using spectropolarimetry
  • Aleksandra Nina (Serbia): Diagnostics of plasma in ionospheric D-region by VLF radio waves
  • Bin Li (China): Numerical Simulation of Large Scale Laser Filamentation and Beam Smoothing for Inertial Confinement Fusion
  • Joel Rosato (France): Radiation transport with partial coherence in optically thick plasmas
  • Michal Ryszka (USA): Low-energy electron attachment to biologically relevant molecules

LIST OF SPEAKERS AT WORKSHOP X-ray Interaction with Biomolecules in Gas Phase (XiBiGP):
    Sadia Bari (DESY, Hamburg, Germany):
    “Structure and dynamics of gas-phase biomolecules”

    Mattea Castrovilli (CNR-IFN, Milano, Italy):
    "XUV Induced Ultrafast Dynamics in Biological Molecules"

    Sergio Diaz-Tendero (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Madrid, Spain):
    "Unusual fragmentation mechanisms in ionized biomolecules in the gas phase"

    Ronnie Hoekstra (University of Groningen, Groningen, The Netherlands):
    "Large Molecules Break-Dancing in the Spot Light"

    Kuno Kooser (University of Turku, Turku, Finland):
    "Size selective spectroscopy of molecular clusters"

    Robert Seidel (Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin für Materialien und Energie, Berlin, Germany):
    "Electronic structure of small biologically relevant molecules in aqueous solutions studied by photoelectron spectroscopy"

    Alberto De Fanis (Germany):
    "The NQS station (Nano-size Quantum System), as part of the SQS instrument (Small Quantum System) at the SASE3 branch of the European XFEL"

    Fabian Holzmeier, (Synchrotron SOLEIL, France):
    "Auger Spectroscopy of HNCO Reveals Dissociative Photoionization Dynamics in Thymine"

    Sanja Tosic, (Institute of Physics Belgrade, Serbia):
    "Fragmentation of halothane molecule by synchrotron radiation"

LIST OF SPEAKERS AT WORKSHOP Non-Equilibrium Processes - (NonEqProc):
    Kinga Kutasi (Wigner Research Centre for Physics, Hungarian academy of sciences, Budapest, Hungary):
    “Tuning the afterglow plasma composition in Ar/N2/O2 mixtures: characteristics and applications of a flowing surface-wave microwave discharge system”

    Vasco Guerra (Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisboa, Portugal)
    "Modelling heterogeneous reactions of oxygen-containing plasmas on silica surfaces"

    Svetlana Radovanov (Applied Materials/Varian Semiconductor, USA)
    Title to be announced

    Roberto Celiberto (University of Bari, Italy):
    "Resonant processes of electrons with vibrationaly excited H2 molecules"

    Jianguo Wang (Institute of Applied Physics and Computational Mathematics, Beijing, PR China):
    "Atomic collision processes in hot, dense plasmas"

    Peter Stokes (James Cook University, Australia):
    "A generalized Boltzmann equation for non-equilibrium charged particle transport via localized and delocalized states"

    James Sullivan (Australian National University Canberra, Australia)
    Title to be announced

    Gustavo Garcia (CSIC, Madrid, Spain)
    Title to be announced


June 30 2016
Invited Lectures and Progress Reports will be sumitted in the topical issue of EPJ D

June 14 2016
Paper submisson extended to 1.7.

June 1st 2016
Early registration extended to 1.7.

Apr 11 2016
Second Announcement

Nov 25 2015
First Announcement