FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT
 

WORKSHOP ON

FRONTIERS IN LOW TEMPERATURE
PLASMA DIAGNOSTICS
IV

25-29 March 2001
 
 

ROLDUC CONFERENCE CENTRE
LIMBURG
THE NETHERLANDS
 

organised by:
Department of Physics,
Centre for Plasma and Radiation Technology,
Eindhoven University of Technology
The Netherlands








mission statement:

This biennial workshop brings together experts in the field of low temperature plasma diagnostics and creates the possibility to share the knowledge of these diagnostics with the new generation of scientists.
programme structure:
The workshop is limited to 60 participants from academic and industrial institutions. Following the tradition of the three previous meetings, the programme consists of expert presentations (about 10 invited speakers) and short contributions (oral/poster sessions). A booklet of the contributed papers in the form of extended abstracts (2 pages) will be distributed at the meeting.The costs for PhD students to participate is kept as low as possible.
location:
The conference will be held at Rolduc Conference Centre, located near the Limburg town Kerkrade, The Netherlands. The imposing abbey of Rolduc was founded in 1104 and was for centuries an Augustinian monastrery, later becoming a seminary. It is uniquely located at the crossroads of three countries and cultures, where the Netherlands, Germany and Belgium meet.

scientific committee:

Prof. N. Sadeghi, Grenoble (France)
Prof. H.F. Döbele, Essen (Germany)
Prof. D.C. Schram, Eindhoven (The Netherlands)
Prof. S. de Benedictis, Bari (Italy)
Prof. G. Hancock, Oxford (England)
Prof. B. Graham, Belfast (Northern Ireland)
Dr. Ch. Hollenstein, Lausanne (Switzerland)
Prof. G. Kroesen, Eindhoven (The Netherlands)

workshop organizing committee:
Prof. M.C.M.. van de Sanden, Dr. R. Engeln (ETP)
Dr. W. Stoffels (EPG)

workshop contact address:
e-mail: fltpd.phys@tue.nl
Fax: 0031-40-2456442
Tel:0031-40-2474880

key dates:
1 October 2000: 2nd announcement (via web page!!)
1 December 2000: Contributions

Registration Form
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