Scientific Programme

The provisional programme of the Conference can be found here.


Tutorials and Topical Lectures

Chikang Li
Exploring HED physics, ICF dynamics and lab astrophysics with advanced nuclear diagnostics
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Plasma Science and Fusion Center, USA

Hans Meister
Bolometer Developments in Diagnostics
ITER Technology & Diagnostics, Max-Planck-Institut f. Plasmaphysik, Garching, Germany

Fabrizio Nicastro
Detection of the missing baryons by studying the lines from the Warm Hot Intergalactic Medium (WHIM)
INAF/OAR, Rome, Italy

Richard Miles
Optical diagnostics: femtosecond laser measurements of E fields and novel methods for temperature and pressure measurements with atomic and molecular
Texas A&M University & Princeton University, USA

Invited Talks

Beam Plasmas and Inertial Fusion (BPIF)

Luca Antonelli
X-ray Phase Contrast Imaging as diagnostic for high energy density physics
University of York, UK

Didier Raffestin
First results from Academic diagnostics on LMJ/PETAL
CELIA, Bordeaux, France

Xing Zhang
X-ray temporal and spatial diagnosis technology in ShenGuang laser facilities
Laser Fusion Research Center, China Academy of Engineering Physics, Mianyang City, Sichuan Province, P.R. China

Tammy Ma
X-Ray Analysis Group of the ICF programme at NIF

Magnetic Confinement Fusion (MCF)

Naoki Tamura
Versatility and Flexibility of the Tracer-Encapsulated Solid Pellet as a Diagnostic Tool in Magnetic Fusion Plasmas
the TJ-II team, the W7-X team, the LHD Experiment Group1

Shouxin Wang
Real-time Control of Plasma Parameters with Measurements by Faraday-effect Polarimetry on EAST tokamak
Institute of Plasma Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Hefei, Anhui 230031, P.R. China

Marco Tardocchi
High rate neutron and gamma-ray spectroscopy in magnetic fusion
CNR, Milano, Italy

M.A. Van Zeeland
Imaging Neutral Particle Analyzer Measurements of the Confined Fast Ion Profile and Instability Induced Transport in DIII-D
General Atomics, San Diego, USA

Roberta Fantoni
In situ and remote laser diagnostics for material characterization from plasma facing components to Cultural Heritage surfaces
ENEA Frascati, Italy

Low-Temperature and Industrial
Plasmas (LTIP)

Grant Ritchie
Cavity enhanced laser spectroscopy of oxidation chemistry in atmospheric pressure plasmas
Oxford University, UK

Jean-Paul Booth
Vacuum ultraviolet absorption spectroscopy of oxygen discharge
LPP, École Polytechnique, France

Pavel Dvorak
Fluorescent measurements of atomic species in discharges and flames (H, N, O, Pb, Bi, Sn and Te)
MUNI, Masaryk University, Czech Republic

Paolo Francesco Ambrico
N2/O2 single streamer discharge studies by OPO based TALIF and LIF diagnostics
CNR NANOTEC, Lecce, Italy

Basic and Astrophysical
Plasmas (BAP)

Eugenia Naselli
X-ray spectroscopy of Solar plasma
Cambridge, UK

Paolo Bastia
Transition Edge Sensors, detectors providing the highest spectral resolution (few eV) in X-ray astronomy
Thales Alenia Space, Milan, Italy

Junjie Mao
The impact of improved plasma diagnostics on modeling the X-ray Universe
Glasgow Strathclyde University, Glasgow, UK

Session in memory of Anatoly FAENOV (X-ray spectroscopy and X-ray imaging)

Sergey Pikuz
Development of X-ray imaging methods using spherically bent crystals (for HEDP)
Joint Institute for High Temperatures RAS, Moscow, Russia

Yuji Fukuda
Relativistic laser plasma of gas cluster targets - particle and X-ray diagnostics
KPSI, Japan

Francesco Flora
X-ray imaging (of bio/medical) samples using laser-plasma-based X-ray sources/ LiF detector
ENEA Frascati, Italy

Dieter Hoffmann
Radiation diagnostics of dense plasmas created by heavy ion beams
GSI Darmstadt

Michel Koenig
X-ray diagnostics in laboratory astrophysics
LULI, École Polytechnique, France

Frank Rosmej
Hollow atom X-ray spectroscopy / X-ray spectroscopy in experiments with XFEL and laser produced plasmas
UPMC, Paris, France

Arie Zigler
Diagnostics in relativistic laser pulse interaction with mass-limited/nanostructured media
Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

Industrial Exhibition

We will have some space available for your company, limited to a table to display your equipment and an electrical plug.

We will not charge an exhibition fee. However, each member from your company should register and pay the fee as any other regular participant to the conference.

The exhibitor registration is available here.

Social Programme

The conference dinner will take place at the restaurant of Casa do Alentejo, on Wednesday's evening, the 8th of May. Restaurant's location: Rua das Portas de Santo Antão, 58 1150-268 Lisboa. The closest metro stations (walking distance < 5 min.) are: Restauradores (blue line) or Rossio (green line, Praça D. Pedro IV exit).

Book of Abstracts

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