Emerging Applications of Vacuum-Arc-Produced Plasma, Ion and by André Anders (auth.), Efim Oks, Ian Brown (eds.)

By André Anders (auth.), Efim Oks, Ian Brown (eds.)

The NATO-sponsored complex study Workshop (ARW) on "Emerging functions of Vacuum-Arc-Produced Plasma, Ion and Electron Beams" used to be held on the Baikal Dunes inn, Lake Baikal, Russia, on June 24-28, 2002. individuals have been from NATO nations Belgium, Czech Republic, Germany, Poland, Turkey and america, and from NATO companion nations Bulgaria, Russia, Ukraine and Uzbekistan. The aim of the assembly used to be to assemble researchers excited by novel purposes of plasmas and ion/electron beams shaped from vacuum arc discharges, specially in much less traditional or rising clinical parts comparable to new views on vacuum arc phenomena, iteration of excessive cost nation steel ions, heavy ion accelerator injection, multi-layer skinny movie synthesis, organic functions, iteration of high-current high-density electron beams, and extra. It used to be our desire that the assembly might engender new learn instructions and support to set up new collaborations, steered new considering for learn and know-how functions of vacuum arc technology, and quite often foster improvement of the sector. The Workshop was once a very good luck, as used to be essentially felt by way of the entire attendees. The small variety of individuals on the assembly tended to motivate a excessive point of closeness and verbal exchange among contributors. the site, a small inn at the western aspect of Lake Baikal within the neighborhood of Irkutsk, used to be excellent - the remoted position, small and quiet, was once first-class and used to be so much conducive to dialogue between participants and small teams rather except the formal presentations.

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