3-5 October 2018
Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha
Europe/Berlin timezone

The Plasma Physics program at FAIR, one essential part of the FAIR project, will exploit a dedicated beamline and target area with unprecedented ion intensities. This offers worldwide unique capabilities to the plasma physics community.  Already during the construction phase it will be possible to run an attractive experimental program at the SIS-18 target area or using the PHELIX laser. The three-day workshop will give an opportunity to discuss upcoming experiments and continue developing the science program of the plasma physics community at FAIR.
 
Workshop topics include:

  • Physics of high energy density states: theory, experiments, diagnostics
  • EOS of matter under extreme conditions
  • Energy transport in Warm Dense Matter
  • Atomic processes in strongly coupled plasmas
  • Laser based photon and particle sources for HED/WDM-diagnostics
  • Materials research, atomic physics, and biophysics related to plasma physics
  • Experiments with ion beams in 2018-2019 from SIS 18
  • Combined laser and ion beam experiments

Keynote speakers:

  • Juan Carlos Fernández (Los Alamos NL)
  • Dmitry Nikolaev (IPCP RAS)
  • Victor Mintsev (IPCP RAS)
  • Konstantin Gubskiy (Ntl Res. Nucl. Univ. “MEPhI")
  • Andy Higginbotham (Univ. of York)

No participation fee is required.

You are cordially invited to attend the workshop

Prof. Dr. Antonio Roberto PIRIZ (Chair)

Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha

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Important dates:

March 12th, 2018: Registration opens
June 30th, 2018: Deadline for submissions
Mid August 2018: Author notification
 

Starts Oct 3, 2018 09:00
Ends Oct 5, 2018 14:00
Europe/Berlin
Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha
Edificio Politécnico, Salón de Grados
Avda de Camilo José Cela, s/n 13071 Ciudad Real Spain

Scientific Committee:
Roberto Piriz (UCLM - Chair), Vincent Bagnoud (GSI), Erik Brambrik (LULI), Alexander Golubev (ITEP), Thomas Kuehl (GSI), Kurt Schoenberg (LANL)

Local Organizing Committee:
Roberto Piriz (UCLM)
Antoine Bret (UCLM)
Javier Honrubia (UPM)