Scientific Program

NNP2017 Poster session












Links to talk slides (do not copy or use without permission of the author):

L. Schweikhard, Ernst-Moritz-Arndt University, Greifswald, Germany, Low-energy interactions of electrons and atomic clusters in ion traps, recent results and possible further developments

J.P. Marler Clemson Univ., Clemson, South Carolina, USA
“Highly Charged Ion Beams and their Applications”

J. Fajans (for W. Bertsche) ALPHA Collaboration, Fundamental Tests with Antihydrogen Atoms

I. Tietje, TU Berlin, Germany – AEgIS Collaboration
“On the way to testing the WEP”

L. Liszkay GBAR Collaboration
“Production of intense positron pulses for the GBAR experiment”

N.C. Hurst Univ. of California, San Diego, CA, USA
“Stability and dynamics of an electron plasma vortex in an external strain flow”

M. Romé Univ. of Milan, Italy, Coherent structures and turbulence evolution in magnetized non-neutral plasmas

G. Maero Univ. of Milan, Italy, RF-generated trapped plasmas: Partial neutralization, vortex formation and active control

C.F. Driscoll Univ. of California, San Diego, CA, USA,Long-Range Collisions: Results and Open Questions

M. Drewsen, Aarhus Univ., Denmark
“Manipulating trapped ions by pulsed lasers: Pulsed laser cooling and direct frequency comb Raman spectroscopy”

E.D. Hunter, Univ. of California, Berkeley, CA, USA, Electron Plasmas Cooled in Cavities

E.V. Stenson, Max Planck Inst. for Plasma Physics, Germany – APEX/PAX Collaboration
“En route to electron/positron pair plasmas”

J. Horn-Stanja, Max Planck Inst. for Plasma Physics, Garching, Germany
“Positron injection and manipulation in a magnetic dipole trap”

H. Higaki, Hiroshima Univ., Japan,Progress towards the confinement of a low energy electron-positron plasma in a magnetic mirror trap

N. Sato, Univ. of Tokyo, Japan, Hamiltonian and Non-Hamiltonian Reductions of Charged Particle Dynamics: Diffusion and Self-Organization

M. Affolter, Univ. of California, San Diego, CA, USA, First Test of Long-Range Collisional Drag via Plasma Wave Damping

R.M. Hedlof, Univ. of North Texas, Denton, TX, USA, Artificially Structured Boundary for Confinement of Unmagnetized Cryogenic Antimatter Plasmas

A.A. Kabantsev, Univ. of California, San Diego, CA, USA,Measurements of Long-Range Thermal Conductivity Diagnosed by mѲ = 1 Diocotron Mode Frequency Shifts

E.P. Gilson, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, Princeton, NJ, USA, Ronald C. Davidson – His Impact on the Nonneutral Plasma Physics Community

R.L. Merlino, Univ. of Iowa, Iowa City, IA, USA, The Magnetized Dusty Plasma Experiment (MDPX)

J.L. Roberts, Colorado State Univ., Fort Collins, CO, USA, Achieving a Higher Degree of Electron Strong Coupling in Ultracold Plasmas

T. Langin, Rice Univ., Houston, TX, USA, Laser Cooling of an Ultracold Neutral Plasma

S.D. Baalrud, Univ. of Iowa, Iowa City, IA, USA
“Transport Regimes of the Magnetized One Component Plasma”

J.J. Bollinger, NIST, Boulder, CO, USA, Quantum simulation and sensing experiments with single plane crystals of trapped ions

F. Anderegg, Univ. of California, San Diego, CA, USA,Non-Resonant Particle Heating Due to Collisional Separatrix Dissipation

H. Himura, Kyoto Institute of Technology, Kyoto, Japan,Recent progress of BX-U experiment for exploring two-fluid plasmas by use of non-neutral plasmas

C. Carruth, Univ. of California, Berkeley, CA, USA
“Plasma Parameter Control And Stabilization With Simultaneous Evaporative Cooling And Strong Drive Rotating Wall Compression”












A detailed program with session chairs can be downloaded here:NNP2017 Scientific Program

A detailed program and book of abstracts can be downloaded here:Program & Abstract Book

Registration on-campus housing key pick-up is in the atrium between Steitz Hall and Youngchild Hall (map #3/4) on Sunday 9 July from 3:00 to 6:00 PM. On-campus housing is in Hiett Hall (map #8). 

Welcome reception is in the Pusey Room of the Warch Campus Center (map #39) from 6:00 to 8:00 PM on Sunday 9 July.

Breakfasts and lunches will be in the Andrew Commons dining facility (lowest level of the Warch Campus Center, map #39).

Talks will be given in Steitz Hall Room 102 (map #3).  Speakers will be asked to load their talks onto the laptop in the presentation room using a USB drive prior to their sessions.  Talks should be formatted for 4:3 aspect ratio projection.

Poster session are in the atrium between Steitz Hall and Youngchild Hall (poster boards are 35 inches vertical by 48 inches horizontal ... see photo above).

Happy Hour is in the Viking Room in the lower level of Memorial Hall (map #36) from 8:00 to 10:00 PM on Monday 10 July.

The banquet is in the Esch-Hurvis Room of the Warch Campus Center (map #39).

Link to campus map.


Invited Speakers:                      Institution:
M. Affolter                                 UC San Diego, USA
F. Anderegg                              UC San Diego, USA
S. Baalrud                                 Univ. of Iowa, USA
W. Bertsche                              Univ. of Manchester, UK
J. Bollinger                               NIST – Boulder, USA
C. Carruth                                UC Berkeley, USA
M. Drewsen                             Univ. of Aarhus, Denmark
E. Gilson                                  PPPL, USA
H. Higaki                                 Univ. of Hiroshima, Japan
H. Himura                                Univ. of Kyoto, Japan
J. Horn-Stanja                         Max Planck IPP Garching, Germany
E. Hunter                                 UC Berkeley, USA
N. Hurst                                   UC San Diego, USA
T. Langin                                 Rice Univ., USA
L. Liszkay                                Univ. of Paris-Saclay, France
J. Marler                                 Clemson Univ., USA
R. Merlino                               Univ. Of Iowa, USA
J. Roberts                                Colorado St. Univ., USA
M. Rome                                 Univ. of Milan, Italy
N. Sato                                    Univ. of Tokyo, Japan
L. Schweikhard                       Univ. of Greifswald, Germany
E. Stenson                              Max Planck IPP Garching, Germany
I. Tietje                                    CERN, Switzerland