Scope and Program

Photo Gallery          Scientific Program     Boos of Abstracts (75MB).


Photograph            (Large size)

   The size of the poster boards is 250cm (Height)×100cm (width) and each board is for two posters.  The poster size proposed is 80cm (height) ×100cm (width)


List of invited speakers




Ismanuel Rabadan

Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain

Ab intio study of electron capture and single ionization in proton collisions with N2

Alisher Kadyrov

Curtin University, Australia

Calculation of antiproton-impact ionisation   of H2 allowing for all target orientations

Shaofeng, Zhang

Max-Planck Institute for Nuclear PhysicsHeidelberg , Germany

Mutual ionization in H-He collisions

T Kirchner

York University, Canada

Ion-molecule collisions studied with a combination of a microscopic collision calculation and a semi-phenomenological fragmentation model

James Walters

Queen’s University,UK

Application of Pseudostates to Differential Ionization

Pierre-Michel Hillenbrand

GSI Helmholtzzentrum

Darmstadt, Germany

Electron spectroscopy at the high-energy endpoint of electron-nucleus bremsstrahlung

Robert D  Dubois

Missouri University of Science and Technology, USA

A New Interpretation for the Differences in Double Ionization Resulting From Particle and Antiparticle Impact


Tokyo Metropolitan

University, Japan

Recurrent fluorescence of C6- stored in an electrostatic ring

Lokesh Tribedi

Tata Institute of Fundamental Research,India

Electron emission from water molecules under impact of fast, bare O-ions

Yoshinori Enomoto

RIKEN, Japan

Development of a cryogenic electrostatic ion storage ring in RIKEN


Stockholm University,Sweden

Physics with cold stored ion beams


RIKEN Advanced Science Institute, Japan

Ion Beam Guiding with Straight and Curved Insulator Capillaries

Martino Trassinelli

INSP – Institut des NanoSciences de Paris (UMR7588)


Symmetric heavy collision systems at low energy investigated by high resolution X-ray spectroscopy

Zoltán Juhász 

MTA Institute for Nuclear Research (Atomki), Hungary

Regularities and irregularities in the dynamics of guiding of ions through nanoand microcapillary arrays

Alexander B. Voitkiv 

Max-Planck-Institute for Nuclear Physics, Germany

Correlated transfer-ionization in collisions of fast highly charged  ions with helium

Ling Liu

Institute of Applied Physics and Computational

Mathematics, China

Theoretical researches on the charge-transfer processes and the X-ray spectra for ions colliding with neutral atoms and molecules.

RuiTian Zhang

Institute of Modern Physics, CAS, China

electron emission in the transfer ionization of He2+ collisions with argon

Yong Wu, China

Institute of Applied Physics and Computational

Mathematics, China

Recent theoretical progresses on atom-ion collisions in IAPCM

Richard Bredy

Institut Lumière Matière, Université Lyon 1, France

Decay of anthracene dication versus excitation energy in collision with proton and F+ ions


Institut des Sciences Moleculaires d’Orsay (ISMO) , France

Single and double electron capture in high-velocity Cn+, Cn - He, Ar collisions

Markus Schoffler

Goethe University,


Rare gas dimers interacting with (highly charged) ions - properties and ionization/fragmentation dynamics

Marius SIMON

ETH Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Switzerland

Measurement and simulation of MeV ion transmission through glass micro-capillaries

Jean-Yves Chesnel

Unité Mixte

CEA-CNRS-EnsiCaen-Université de Caen Basse-Normandie, France

H formation via a binary encounter process in ion-molecule collisions

Oleksandr Marchuk

Forschungszentrum Juelich, Germany

Role of ion-atom collisions in the fast-beam diagnostics of fusion plasmas


Scope and Program

    This is a three-day (including 2 days of meeting and 1 day tour) biennial satellite meeting taking place right before ICPEAC and usually attracting about 50-80 participants from all over the world. It gives the participants an opportunity to present and exchange detailed information at a smaller specialized meeting set in a congenial and personalized atmosphere. The symposium covers all ion-atom collision phenomena including excitation, ionization and capture reactions from sub-thermal to relativistic velocities, and interactions of ions with surfaces, molecules and clusters, as well as the evaluation and applications of atomic and molecular database. The scientific program will include invited talks and one poster session.