1. Plenary
  • Daryl Jones (Australia), Electron spectroscopies for probing electronic structure and collision dynamics
  • James Sullivan (Australia), Experiments with positrons - from fundamental to applied science
  • Sergio Diaz-Tendero (Spain), Dynamics of ionized molecules and molecular clusters in the gas phase
  • Jorn Bonse (Germany), Laser-induced periodic surface structures: mechanisms, applications, and unsolved problems
  • Sven Thorwirth (Germany), Action-spectroscopic studies of carbon-rich (astronomical) molecules
  • Marie-Lise Dubernet (France), Towards a Global Network for Laboratory Astrophysics Activities and Data
  • Michael Brunger (Australia), Results from recent studies into electron scattering from metal atom vapours
  • Ryo Ono (Japan), Measurement and simulation of atmospheric-pressure streamer discharge
  • Lawrence Overzet (USA) RF plasma re-ignition and measurements

2. Topical invited
  • Aranka Derzsi (Hungary), Surface processes in low-pressure capacitively coupled plasmas
  • María Teresa Belmonte Sainz-Ezquerra (Spain), What can plasma spectroscopy do for astronomers?
  • Joel Rosato (France), Line shape modeling for magnetic fusion and astrophysical plasmas: an overview of recent result
  • Nicolina Pop (Romania), Dissociative recombination and excitation of molecular cations by electron-impact in cold plasmas: Application to H2+ , BeH+ and their isotopomers
  • Lucas Schwob (Germany), X-ray action spectroscopy of gas-phase biomolecular ions
  • Nathan Garland (Australia), When fusion plasmas get cool: A need for more atomic physics in classical fusion models
  • Teodora Velcheva Kirova (Latvia), Numerical investigations of the impact of the magnetic field of radiation on amino acids
  • Gregory Boyle (Australia), Thermalisation time of electron swarms in Noble gases for uniform electric fields
  • Minna Patanen (Finland), Electron-ion coincidence experiments with electron and photon ionization
  • Stojan Madzunkov (USA), Utillization of Electric Dipole Fields in protection from GCR and SEPs
  • Vasco Guerra (Portugal), Coupled kinetics in CO2-N2 plasmas
  • Jiri Limpouch (Czech Republic), High-power laser interactions with low density porous materials and their applications
  • Stéphane Béchu (France), Investigation of the ro-vibrational levels of H2/D2 molecules by VUV-absorption spectroscopy for the production of H-/D- negative ions for fusion application
  • Mikhail Pinchuk (Russia), Control of guided streamer propagation and interaction with substrate in helium atmospheric pressure plasma jet
  • Saša Dujko (Serbia), Electron transport, transient plasmas and high-energy phenomena in planetary atmospheres

3. Progress Reports
  • Milan Ignjatovic (Serbia), The influence of corona discharge on the lightning surge propagation along the transmission lines
  • Leo Sala (Czech Republic), Interaction of ionizing radiation with DNA nanostructures
  • Violeta N. Nikolic (Serbia), Spectroscopic investigation of the influence of NO3- anions on the crystallization of the SiO2 matrix
  • Danilo Delibasic (Serbia), Relative importance of the electron continuum intermediate state in single-electron capture into any state of fast protons from helium-like atomic systems.
  • Milena Jovanovic (Serbia), Matter distribution in nearby galaxies
  • Viktor Radovic (Serbia), Development of a time-domain pipeline for detecting binary supermassive black holes in the upcoming Legacy Survey of Space and Time (LSST)
  • Amit Kumar (Serbia), Design, development and characterization of atmospheric plasma system for wastewater treatment
  • Nenad Selaković (Serbia), Mass spectrometry of plasma jet and applications of electrical discharges operating at atmospheric pressure in biomedicine
  • Smita Omkarnath Ganguly (Sweden), Studying ionised molecules and clusters using synchrotron radiation and coincidence spectroscopy
  • Marija Puač (Sebia), Modeling of radio frequency breakdown by Monte Carlo technique
  • Dejan Dojić (Serbia), Measurements of continuous optical spectrum during nanosecond laser pulse interaction with metallic target
  • Milica Vasiljević (Serbia), Determination of the electric field strength in glow discharges using argon spectral lines.
  • Thomas Salomon (Germany), Recent Progress on Action Spectroscopy of loosely bound Hydrogen-Helium complexes
  • Milivoje Hadžijojić (Serbia), Study of two dimensional crystals by rainbow scattering effect
  • Nikola Starcevic (Serbia), Universal rainbow proton-crystal interaction potential



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