ICLPR-ST 2024 Synthetic Programme


CONFERENCE         June 16 – 21




  • Ronny BRANDENBURG, INP Greifswald, Germany – Plasma research and technology development in response to selected societal challenges
  • Nadezhda BULGAKOVA, HiLASE Centre, Instiute of Physics ASCR, Dolni Brezany, Czech Republic – State of art of experiments versus theory in the interaction of high-intensity laser radiation with matter: novel aspects and new possibilities
  • Ya CHENG, Shanghai Institute of Optics and Fine Mechanics, China – Macro-scale microfabrication of 3D structures by nano-scale internal processing in glass
  • Douglas CHRISEY, Tulane University, New Orleans, USA – Photonic processing of  transition metal oxide nanostructures
  • Amaël CAILLARD, GREMI, Université d’Orléans, France – Plasma sputtering onto polyols for the synthesis of electrocatalytic nanomaterials used in renewable H2 storage and fuel cells
  • Fabrizio CONSOLI, ENEA, Frascati, Italy – Laser-generated electromagnetic pulses and applications for different laser pulse scenarios
  • Domenico DORIA, ELI-NP, IFIN-HH, Magurele, Romania – Laser-driven particle acceleration activities at ELI-NP
  • Camelia GHIMBEU, Institut de Science des Matériaux de Mulhouse,  France – Additive manufacturing of porous carbon electrodes for supercapacitors
  • Vasco GUERRA, Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal – A Monte Carlo formulation for nanosecond discharges
  • Achim Walter HASSEL, Johannes Kepler University, Linz, Austria – Combinatorial experimentation of fs-laser processing and electrochemical anodisation on bioimplants from titanium alloys to control fibroblast and osteoblast attachment
  • Jörg HERMANN, Aix-Marseille University, CNRS, France – Roadmap for calibration-free laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy
  • Jörg LINDNER, Paderborn University, Germany – Investigation of electric fields at sub-atomic resolution with the STEM
  • Tomoji KAWAI, Osaka University, Japan – Detection and characterization of single DNA, viruses and nanoparticles using smart nanopores
  • Yongfeng LU, University of Nebraska Lincoln, USA – Laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy in combination with artificial intelligence for understanding and predicting corrosion in metals
  • Ester MAROTTA, University of Padova, Italy – Plasma application strategies for the degradation of perfluoroalkyl substances
  • Nevena PUAC, Institute of Physics, Belgrade, Serbia – Characterisation of atmospheric pressure plasma jets in contact with liquids, chemistry in liquids and applications in biomedicine and agriculture
  • Riccardo ROSSI, University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy – A control-oriented approach to disruption prediction with a view on the reactor
  • Richard van de SANDEN, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands – Renewable electricity driven chemical conversion: Novel pathways provided by plasma enhanced chemistry
  • Eloisa SARDELLA, Institute for Nanotechnology-CNR, Bari, Italy – Plasma-treatment of clinically approved infusion liquids as a potential alternative approach to chemotherapy
  • Masaharu SHIRATANI, Kyushu University, Japan – Tuning plasma CVD film properties in unusual manners
  • Emmanuel STRATAKIS, IESL FORTH, Greece – Ultrashort pulsed laser engineering of biomimetic surfaces
  • Hendrik SWART, Free State University, Bloemfontein, Republic of South Africa – Laser-induced heating decimated luminescence nanothermometry using robust LaOF:Yb3+, Er3+ upconversion nanophosphors
  • Daniel VIZMAN, West University, Timișoara, Romania – Growth and characterization of rare-earth doped fluorides crystals for UV applications
  • Andrea ZILLE, University of Minho, Guimaraes, Portugal – Bacterial nanocellulose nano composites for medical applications

SUMMER SCHOOL      June 16 – 17




  • Peter BRUGGEMAN, University of Minnesota, USA – Introduction to low-temperature plasmas
  • Razvan DABU, ELI-NP, IFIN-HH, Magurele, Romania – Ultrafast lasers basics
  • Thomas LIPPERT, Paul Scherrer Institute, Vilingen, Switzerland – Pulsed Laser Deposition (PLD) of Oxide Materials: Fundamental Aspects Probed by Ablation Plume Analysis
  • Anton NIKIFOROV, Ghent University, Belgium – Understanding the atmospheric pressure plasma processes: from plasma diagnostics to plasma chemistry
  • Razvan STOIAN, Université Jean Monnet, CNRS, Saint-Etienne, France – Ultrafast non-diffractive beams with tunable dispersion; opportunities for smart laser material processing
  • Koji SUGIOKA, RIKEN, Saitama, Japan – Ultrafast laser 3D and volume processing: Principles and applications
  • Marian ZAMFIRESCU, INFLPR, Magurele, Romania – Photonic micro and nanostructures for integrated optics and quantum sources




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