You are cordially invited to attend the 14th
Symposium of Application of Plasma Processes (SAPP XIV), which will be held
in the JAMAJKA Hotel
Bobrovnik, The Low Tatras, Slovakia.
The SAPP XIV is a biennial international
conference, the last having been held in Tale, in 2001. Topics range from the
basic physics and chemistry of thermal and low pressure plasmas to industrial
processes and processing techniques. The conference should enable the exchange
of information and ideas between basic/applied researches and industrial
electrical discharges and
other sources of low temperature plasma
elementary processes and
chemical reactions in low temperature plasma
plasma enhanced deposition
properties of thin films
and interfaces prepared with assistance of plasma
application of plasma
sources in technology, plasma treatment
plasma synthesis, plasma
spraying, plasma metallurgy
plasma in industrial
production of thin film solar cells, renewable energy sources
The Conference programme will include invited (40 minutes), contributed
(15 minutes) talks, and poster presentations. Contributions will be published in
the Conference proceedings and also in non-shortened version in special issue of
Acta Physica Slovaca (February 2003),
dealt by Current Contents database, recognized by European Physical Society and
indexed in Physics Abstracts.
A number of social events will be organized for
conference participants and their guests. The programme will include every day
skiing. There will be a variety of other possibilities such as excursions and
The Symposium language will be English.
Pinčík, Institute of Physics SAS (chairman)
Zahoran, Comenius University (co-chair)
utta, Military Academy (co-chair)
Brunner, Institute of Physics SAS
Müllerová, Military Academy
Zahoranová, Comenius University
Mičunek, Comenius University
Zubeková, Institute of Physics SAS
list of invited speakers
K. Becker, Univ. New York, New York, USA:
Physics and applications of atmospheric-pressure discharge
D. Bohme, York University, Toronto, Canada:
Studies of the oxidaton of atomic
metal ions in the gas phase.
M. Černák, Institute of Physics, Comenius University,
treatment of fabrics.
M.A. Djouadi, Laboratoire des Plasmas et des Couches
Minces, Nantes, France:
Deposition of boron nitride films by PVD methods: transition from h-BN to c-BN.
R. Flannery, Univ. Atlanta, USA:
Recombination at ultra low energies and the formation of
Z. Herman, J. Heyrovsky Institute of Physical Chemiistry
AS CR Praha, Czech Republic:
Dynamics of chemical and charge
transfer reactions of molecular dications.
J. Janča, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic:
ESR in the diagnostics of plasma afterglow.
H. Kersten, University of Greifswald, Greifswald,
Complex (dusty) plasmas: trends
in applications and diagnostics.
W.M.M. Kessels, Eindhoven University of Technology,
Eindhoven, The Netherlands:
Growth mechanism of plasma
F. Le Normand, IPCMS, UMR 7504 CNRS, Strasbourg, France:
Recent advances in the controlled
nucleation and growth of CVD diamond.
T. Makabe, Keio University, Yokohama, Japan:
N. Mason, University College London, London, U.K.:
Electron driven processes in low
T. Märk, Institut für Ionenphysik, Innsbruck, Austria:
Energetics and mechanisms of ion-surcafe
reactions of relevance to plasma wall interaction.
G. Musa, Ovidius University, Constanta, Romania:
Thermionic vacuum arc high
quality thin film deposition technology.
G. Popa, Al. J. Cuza University, Iasi, Romania:
Biomaterials and plasma
B.M. Smirnov, Moscow, Russia:
Processes with atomic ions in
P. unka, Institute of Plasma Physics of AS CR, Prague,
Potential applications of
pulse electrical dischrges in water
L. Zajíčková, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech
Study of plasma treatment of
polycarbonate substrate and its
effect on film deposition.
Prof. Dr. Francesco Pontiga, Universidad de Sevilla, Sevilla, Spain:
Physico-chemical modelling of negative corona in oxygen: ozone generation.
J. Mizeraczyk, Gdańsk, Poland
Electrohydrodynamical effect in non-thermal plasma reactors.
Call for papers:
length of extended abstracts (including figures and references):
for invited lectures
for contributed papers.
available at the registration. For submission to Acta Physica Slovaca
file document written in LaTeX or
MS Word is required.
is organized by:
Institute of Physics of Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava
Department of Plasma Physics & Institute of Physics at Comenius
Department of Physics, Faculty of Logistics of Military Academy, Liptovský
Union of Slovak Mathematicians and Physicists, Slovakia
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