General Lectures

THIERRY BELMONTE, École de Mines de Nancy, France
Chemical vapour deposition enhanced by atmospheric microwave plasmas: A large-scale industrial process or the next nanomanufacturing tool?

SANTOLO DE BENEDICTIS, Istituto di Metodologie Inorganiche e dei Plasmi, Italy
Energy transfers in N2-O2 plasmas: recognizing and measuring active species

UWE CZARNETZKI, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany
The Electrical Asymmetry Effect in Capacitive RF Discharges

HOLGER KERSTEN, University of Kiel, Germany
Particles as micro-probes in plasmas

MARK KUSHNER, University of Michigan, USA
Plasmas in bubbles in liquids and streamers intersecting with liquids

JORGE LOUREIRO, Universidade Técnica de Lisboa, Portugal
Non-equilibrium kinetics in N2 discharges and post-discharges: a full picture by modelling and impact on the applications

TOSHIAKI MAKABE, Keio University, Japan
Low Pressure Nonequilibrium Plasma for Topdown Nanoprocess

William Crookes' Prize winner

ZOLTAN DONKO, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary
Particle simulation methods for studies of low-pressure plasma sources