The next High-Tech Plasma Processes Conference

Країна: Франція

Місто: Toulouse

Тези до: 16.03.2014

Дати: 22.06.14 — 27.06.14

Область наук: Фізико-математичні;

Address: 118 route de narbonne Laboratoire Laplace, 3R3 31062 Toulouse Cedex 9

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Організатори: University Paul Sabatier


The conference series started in 1990 as a thermal plasma conference and gradually expanded to include other topic fields as well. Now the High-Tech Plasma Processes Conference (HTPP) is a bi-annual international conference based in Europe with topics encompassing the whole area of plasma processing science. This conference is open to all the international community involved in plasma science and plasma technology, and not limited to the European participants. The aim of the conference is to bring different scientific communities together, facilitate the contacts between science, technology and industry and provide a platform for the exploration of both fundamental topics and new applications of plasmas.

Toulouse is a major center of the European aerospace industry, located in the south of France, between the Atlantic ocean, the Mediterranean sea and the Pyrénées mountains. With more than 90 000 students, the so-called "Ville Rose" is the biggest French university town outside Paris. Toulouse is known for its "bien vivre", for its agreable climate, regional cuisine, and a long, prestigious history. Many interesting tourist destinations exist in Toulouse and surrounding areas.

Invited speakers: 

  • Jan Benedikt (Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany)
    Cold atmospheric plasmas for synthesis of good quality materials? Understanding plasma-surface interaction and thin film growth
  • Sylvain Coulombe (McGill University, Canada
    Plasma-Assisted Synthesis of Nanostructures: A Key Enabler for Green Technologies
  • Frédéric Lago (DGA-TA, France)
    Lightning in Aeronautics
  • Javad Mostaghimi (Toronto University, Canada)
    Towards a Complete Model of DC Plasma Spray Process
  • Tony Murphy (CSIRO, Australia)
    The critical role of plasma–surface interactions in thermal plasma processes
  • Jean-Michel Pouvesle and Eric Robert (Université d’Orléans, France)
    Antitumor effect of low temperature plasmas: recent results and perspectives
  • Milan Simek (Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Praha)
    Optical diagnostics of streamers: from laboratory micro-scale to upper-atmospheric large-scale discharges
  • Takayuki Watanabe (Kyushu University, Japan)
    Multi-phase AC Arc for Innovative Glass Melting

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