We wish to extend a cordial invitation to the mutually related traditional 16th International Symposium on High-Current Electronics (16th SHCE), and the 10th International Conference on Modification of Materials with Particle Beams and Plasma Flows (10th CMM) to be held in Tomsk, Russia, on September 19-24, 2010.
The program of the conferences covers a wide range of scientific and technical areas including pulsed power technology, ion and electron beams, high-power microwaves, plasma and particle beam sources, modification of materials, and pulsed power applications in chemistry, biology and medicine.
The six-day conferences format will provide excellent opportunity for both formal presentation and informal discussion about topics of interest to conferences participants.
The conferences will be held at the Rubin Congress Center and the Institute of High-Current Electronics, both of them are located in the Academic Town of the Tomsk Scientific Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences. The conferences location is 30 minutes (by bus) from Tomsk downtown.
The conferences organizers, committee members, and session organizers of these conferences welcome you to our meeting. We look forward to your participation and sincerely hope that you will enjoy the scientific program and that your stay in Tomsk will be memorable.
16th SYMPOSIUM ON HIGH CURRENT ELECTRONICS
Boris KOVALCHUK, Insitute of High Current Electronics, Tomsk, Russia
SECTIONS & ORGANIZERS
10th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MODIFICATION OF MATERIALS
|Sections||Topics (non-inclusive list)||Organizers|
|1.||Beam and plasma sources||Sources of charged and neutral particle beams; plasma sources for modification purposes; hybrid devices and installations for complex material treating||Georgy Yushkov|
|2.||Fundamentals of modification processes||Particle-solid and plasma-solid interactions; structural transformations (theory, modeling, experiments)||Alexandr Korotaev|
|3.||Modification of material properties||Modification of mechanical, thermal, electrical, optical and corrosion properties of materials; hybrid methods of modification; novel technologies for industry||Valery Krivobokov|
|4.||Coating deposition||Deposition by particle beams, magnetron sputtering, and arc evaporation; surface cleaning, etching, and activation; multi-layer coatings; hybrid processes||Nikolai Koval|
|5.||Beam and plasma nanoscience and nanotechnology||Beam and plasma for nanoscience and nanotechnology||Yurii Sharkeev|