th4 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON THE FRONTIERS OF
PLASMA PHYSICS AND TECHNOLOGY
April 6-10, 2009. Kathmandu, Nepal
Conference Venue : Hotel Yak and Yeti, Durbar Marg, Kathmandu, Nepal
th Sunday, 5April 2009 14.00 – 17.00 hrs. Registration.
th Monday,6April 2009 08.30 – 09.00 hrs. Registration.
09.00 – 09.30 hrs. Welcome and Inauguration.
Session -1 Speakers Chair : J.T.Mendonca
The Earth’s Magnetosphere C-G Fälthammar, 09.30 -10.00 hrs as a Key to the Plasma Sweden Universe.
Research and development C.Varandas, physics and technology 10.00 - 10.30 hrs issues towards fusion Portugal energy.
R.Tucker, Electromagnetic interactions 10.30 – 11.00 hrs with matter. UK
11.00 – 11.30 hrs Tea
Collisional Absorption in P.Mulser, Strong Laser Fields 11.30 – 12.00 hrs -A critical review and new Germany results.
Characterization of E.Wintner, nanosecond laser-induced 12.00 – 12.20 hrs Austria plasmas.
Generation of intense
attosecond pulses and High-R. Ondarza-Rovira, 12.20 – 12.40 hrs order harmonic emission Mexico from laser-dense plasma
Indian thermonuclear fusion H.C.Pant, programme: A Historical 12.40 – 13.00 hrs perspective and recent India efforts.
13.00 – 14.30 hrs Lunch
Session -2 Speakers Chair: N. Borisenko
Plasma Edge Control by M.Becoulet, 14.30 – 14.50 hrs Stochastic Magnetic Fields in France Tokamaks.
On the applicability of Heavy
Ion Beam Probing (HIBP) for M. Siegrist, 14.50 – 15.10 hrs the highly shaped modern Switzerland tokamaks by example of
A “circuital model” of M.Pinheiro, 15.10- 15.30 hrs anomalous diffusion in cold Portugal magnetized plasmas.
Electron beam amplification Adel M. El-Nadi, of microwaves in a 15.30- 15.50 hrs magnetized plasma-filled Egypt waveguide. 15.50-16.20 hrs Tea
R.J.Hosking, 16.20-16-40 hrs Plasma Viscosity. Brunei
High luminance EUV K.Kolacek, 16.40-17.00 hrs radiation source based on Czech Rep. exploding wire in water. To be announced Welcome party
thTuesday, 7 April 2009
Session -3 Speakers Chair : P.Mulser
V.Fortov, Plasma under extreme 09.00 – 09.30 hrs conditions. Russia
Intense heavy ion beams for
research in extreme B.Sharkov, 09.30 -10.00 hrs state of matter and new Russia generation of nuclear
Running against the clock in F.Pegoraro, 10.00 - 10.30 hrs vortex- induced magnetic Italy reconnection.
Hard X-ray sources based on D.A. Jaroszynski, 10.30 – 11.00 hrs laser- plasma wakefield UK accelerators. 11.00 – 11.30 hrs Tea
Plasma nanoscience: K.Ostrikov, Controlling self- organized 11.30 – 11.50 hrs nanoworld, building frontier Australia nanotechnologies.
Atmospheric microplasmas D.Mariotti, and applications: From 11.50 – 12.10 hrs nanofabrication to hydrogen USA production.
Magnetohydrodynamic “cat G.N.Throumoulopoulos, 12.10 – 12.30 hrs eyes" and stabilizing effects Greece of plasma flow.
Advances on real time M.Manso, 12.30 – 12.50 hrs reflectometry for plasma Portugal position control on ITER.
Non-linear absorption and A. A. Ionin, ionization of atomic and 12.50-13.10 hrs molecular gases by intense Russia UV.
13.10 – 14.30 hrs Lunch
Session -4 Speakers Chair : V.Krishan
On the photon position O.Keller, 14.30 – 14.50 hrs operator concept in a solid-Denmark state plasma 14.50 –15.10 hrs R.M. Kiehn, Plasmas and non-equilibrium
Selected pre-poster Authors to be communicated 15.10 – 16.30 hrs presentations soon.
16.30 –18.30 hrs Tea Poster session.
thWednesday, 8 April 2009
Session -5 Speakers Chair : L.N. Jha
HiPER : the path to laser D.Neely, 09.00 – 09.30 hrs fusion and related plasma UK science in Europe.
A.N. Starodub, Inertial confinement fusion 09.30 -10.00 hrs and related topics. Russia
Progress in proton M. Borghesi, 10.00 - 10.30 hrs radiography for diagnosis of UK ICF -relevant plasmas.
Investigations of fast P. McKenna, 10.30 – 11.00 hrs electron transport in hot UK dense plasma. 11.00 – 11.30 hrs Tea
C. Stehlé , Scaling from astrophysics 11.30 – 11.50 hrs to the laboratory and vice-France versa : the power of simulations
Plasma experiments aimed S.Anan’ev, at inertial confinement 11.50 – 12.10 hrs fusion at the s-300 pulsed Russia power machine
Recent progress in self-M.Kalal, navigation of laser drivers 12.10 –12.30 hrs on IFE pellets using SBS Czech Rep pcm approach.
Challenges for Applications R.Walter, 12.30 – 12.50 hrs of Electric Discharge Gas USA Lasers
Time -resolved optical
emission spectroscopy V.Stancalie, Demonstrating the 12.50-13.10 hrs importance of Dn = 0 Romania Transitions in the opacity of
Treatment of materials by O.N. Krokhin, plasma jets and 13.10 – 13.30 hrs shockwaves generated in Russia plasma focus device. 13.30hrs Lunch
thThursday, 9 April 2009
Session -6 Speakers Chair : L.N. Jha
Non-equilibrium plasma XinPei Lu, 09.00 – 09.30 hrs jets: From fundamentals to Rep. China the modern applications.
Solar coronal heating by G. Vekstein, 09.30 -10.00 hrs nanoflares: History and UK recent advancements.
Energy loss and charge D.H.H. Hoffmann, 10.00 - 10.30 hrs state of heavy ions in Germany plasma and related topics.
Laser plasma accelerators V. Malka, 10.30 – 11.00 hrs delivering a fully tunable France and stable electron beam.
Parallel Session Room – A
Session -7 Speakers Chair : V.Stancalie
Low ion-velocity slowing C. Deutsch, 11.30 – 11.50 hrs down in a strongly France magnetized plasma target
A. F. Lifschitz, Modelling of laser -plasma 11.50 – 12.10 hrs electron accelaration. France
J.P. Périn, Laser MégaJoules 12.10 – 12.30 hrs Cryogenic Target Devices. France
Unexpected laser-light N. Borisenko, 12.30 – 12.50 hrs heating of foil through the Russia polymer aerogel/plasma. 12.50-13.10 hrs N.Rudraiah, Electrohydrodynamics of
Raleigh- Taylor instability in India a couple stress fluid layer. 13.10 – 14.30 hrs Lunch
Session -8 Speakers Chair : M.Kalal
ITB Oscillations in Fully J.P.S.Bizarro, 14.30 – 14.50 hrs Non- Inductive Advanced Portugal Tokamaks.
Methodology for study of J. M. Perlado, Chamber Damage and 14.50 – 15.10 hrs Activation effects in IFE Spain HiPER facility.
Numerical analysis of direct M. Ishikawa, energy conversion applied 15.10- 15.30 hrs to advanced fusion Japan reactors.
O. Renner, Laser-produced plasma-15.30- 15.50 hrs wall interaction. Czech Rep
15.50-16.20 hrs Tea
Soft x-ray point source V.I. Zaitsev, based on a gas pinch 16.20-16.40 hrs special gas density Russia distribution.
Carbon arc, DC jet and RF A. Huczko, 16.40-17.00 hrs plasma as a source of Poland nanocarbon materials. To be announced Cultural programme and
Parallel Session Room – B
Session -7 Speakers Chair : R.Hosking
Hydrodynamics of Laser
Plasma Expansion: A.Aliverdiev, Comparison Experimental 11.30 – 11.50 hrs Data with one- dimensional Russia and two-dimensional
Laser-plasma electron M. R. Islam, accelaration and 11.50 – 12.10 hrs sunsequent emission of x-UK ray radiation.
S.Tkachenko, Study of distribution of 12.10 – 12.30 hrs dense and current- Russia conducting matter in the
discharge channel upon
electrical wire explosion.
Electrical Properties of Cu
Nanolayer deposited on M.Ghoranneviss, 12.30 – 12.50 hrs Glass and Al-Fe Multilayer Iran Thin Films by Low
V.Krishan, Mean-field dynamo in 12.50-13.10 hrs partially ionized plasmas. India
13.10 – 14.30 hrs Lunch
Session -8 Speakers Chair : J.Nakarmi
G. Raj, Nonlinear temporal
evolutions of the backward UK 14.30 – 14.50 hrs stimulated raman scattering
instability in a density
Pointing stability and
energy spread of mono - R Issac, 14.50 – 15.10 hrs energetic electron beams UK from a laser plasma
Thermal plasma synthesis P. K. Mishra, 15.10- 15.30 hrs of tungsten carbide India reinforced steel composite.
The Role of Kepler Law in
Improvement of Trajectory M.Mohamadian, and Energy Calculationof 15.30- 15.50 hrs Mono-Energetic Electron Iran Bunches Produced by the
15.50-16.20 hrs Tea
Surface modification of D.P.Subedi, 16.20-16-40 hrs polymers by low Nepal temperature plasmas.
Laser-assisted metal I. N. Zavestovskaya, 16.40-17.00 hrs surface micro-and Russia nanostructurization.
To be announced Cultural programme and
thFriday, 10 April 2009
Session -9 Speakers Chair : F. Pegoraro
Baturin Yu, Some Aspects of Onboard 09.00 – 09.30 hrs Space Experimentation. Russia
T.Ozaki, The high-intensity 09.30 -10.00 hrs femtosecond rainbow. Canada
J.T. Mendonca, Particle Acceleration using 10.00 - 10.30 hrs Petawatt Lasers. Portugal
G. Tallents, Plasma opacity 10.30 – 11.00 hrs measurements. UK
11.00 – 11.30 hrs Tea
Fusion Energy by Laser H.Hora, 11.30 – 11.50 hrs Driven Block Ignition of Australia Uncompressed Fuel.
Guiding of long-distance V.D. Zvorykin, 11.50 – 12.10 hrs electric discharges by UV Russia laser beam.
KrF excimer laser
generation of plasma R. Sadighi-Bonabi, 12.10 – 12.30 hrs blocks accelerated by Iran nonlinear forces for fast
T.V.George, Physics and technology of 12.30 – 12.50 hrs heating fusion plasmas. USA
Kinetic Trajectory R. Khanal, 12.50-13.10 hrs Simulation Model for Nepal Bounded Plasmas. 13.10 – 15.00 hrs Lunch
15.00-15.30 hrs Scientific summary Closing ceremony
thTuesday 7 April2009, 16-30 to 19.00 hrs
1. Radiation characteristics of travelling wave microstrip antenna in weakly ionised plasma, S. K. Chakrabarti, I. S. Jha, B. K. Jha, R. Sinhaand B. P.
2. Time-resolved integral-geometric methods in the plasma diagnostics, A. Aliverdievand A. Amirova.
3. Time-resolved X-ray spectroscopy aimed at Inertial Confinement Fusion,
S.S.Anan'ev, S.Danko, Yu.G.Kalinin.
4. Multiphoton ionization rate of hydrogen atom, N. Shrestha, J. J. Nakarmi and
L. N. Jha
5. Fast electron propagation in high density plasmas created by shock wave
compression , D. Batani, J. J. Santos, P. McKenna, S. D. Baton, F. Dorchies,
A. Dubrouil, C. Fourment, S. Hulin, M. Koenig, F. Perez, M.Veltcheva,
6. Effect of Gas Species on Physical Properties of Fe Nanolayer using Low
Temperature Plasma, P. Alizadeh Eslami, M.Ghoranneviss, S. Nasiri Laheghi,
7. Radial velocity dependence in the spatial orientations of galaxies in and
around the local super cluster, B. Aryal, P. R. Kafle and W. Saurer 8. Spatial orientation of galaxies in six rotating clusters, A. Aryal and B. Aryal 9. Spatial orientation of galaxies in three merging binary clusters, R. R. Paudel
and B. Aryal
10. Investigation of laser-plasma interaction with high spatial resolution in a wide
spectral range, A.A. Fronya, N.G. Borisenko, Yu.A. Merkuliev, M.V. Osipov,
V.N. Puzyrev, A.T. Sahakyan, A.N. Starodub, B.L. Vasin, O.F. Yakushev 11. Nonlinear conversion of nd-glass laser radiation in to harmonics and their
interaction with plasma, A.A.Fronya, M.V.Osipov, V.N.Puzyrev,
A.T.Sahakyan, A.N.Starodub, B.L.Vasin,O.F.Yakushev.
12. Search and study of ch3cn (cyanogens) in far infrared sky, U. P. Chaulagain 13. The Effect of Gas Pressure, Charging Voltage and Anode Shape on Axial
Velocity of Current Sheath in a Low-Energy Plasma Focus Device,
M.Ghornneviss, M.Kashani, M.F.Aghamir, T.Davari, R.Behbahani and
14. Slab overtone carbon monoxide laser excited by capacitive RF discharge: a
new compact source of laser radiation within atmospheric transparency
window ~3.3 – 4.0 micron, Andrey A.Ionin, Andrey Yu.Kozlov, Leonid
V.Seleznev and Dmitry V.Sinitsyn
15. First principle study of the equlibrium configuration of k2o,Raj Kumar Paudel 16. Broad bandwidth chirped pulse raman amplification in plasma, D.A.
Jaroszynski, G. Vieux, A. Lyachev, X. Yang, B. Ersfeld, J. Farmer, G. Raj,
M.P. Anania, E. Brunetti, S. Chen, D. Clark, S. Cipiccia, M.R. Islam, R. Issac,
T. McCanny, A. Padol, A. Scroggie, R. Shanks, G. Welsh, and S.M. Wiggins. 17. Plasma Sheath Structure For Different Potentials At The Material Wall, A.
Awasthi, R. Joshi and R. Khanal