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Frontiers in Low Temperature Plasma Diagnostics

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Hotel Panorama, Blansko, Czech Republic 19th–23th April 2009

Invited Lectures

Ursula Fantz, Max-Planck-Institut fur Plasmaphysik, Garching, Germany: Diagnostics of Negative Hydrogen Ion Sources for ITER: A Comparative Study

Timo Gans, Queen's University Belfast, United Kingdom: Diagnostic based modelling of radio-frequency driven microplasmas

Codrina Ionita-Schrittwieser, University of Innsbruck, Austria: Laser-heated emissive probes for the diagnostics of the plasma potential

Samir Kassi, Joseph Fourier University, Grenoble, France: Optical cavities for highly sensitive spectroscopy

Michael Kong, Loughborough University, United Kingdom: Radio-frequency microplasmas: diagnostics and simulation

Vit Kudrle, Masaryk University Brno, Czech Republic: Plasma diagnostics using electron paramagnetic resonance

Walter Lempert, Ohio State University, Columbus, United States: Optical diagnostic studies of non-equilibrium plasmas and high speed flows

Cristina Paradisi, Padova University, Italy: Chemistry of organic compounds in atmospheric air plasmas

Koichi Sasaki, Nagoya University, Japan: Kinetics of metal atoms produced in magnetron sputtering plasmas

Gabi Daniel Stancu, Ecole Centrale Paris, France: Atmospheric pressure plasma diagnostics by ES, CRDS and TALIF