SPIG 2014

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The 27th Summer School and International Symposium on the Physics of Ionized Gases [SPIG 2014] will take place from 26-29 August 2014 in Belgrade, Serbia.

SPIG 2014 is part of a series of events that began 50 years ago as an international conference in the fields of atomic collision processes, particle and laser beam interactions with solids, low temperature and general plasmas. It has become rare that such a wide range of topics is covered at a single conference. As these fields often overlap and merge in numerous fundamental studies and more importantly applications, SPIG serves as a venue for exchanging ideas beyond a single speciality.

Many renowned physicists will give plenary and topical lectures, in particular: Friedrich Aumayr, Dževad Belkić, Michael Brunger, David Cassidy, Alessandro De Giacomo, Alexander Fridman, Akio Komori, George Naidis, Predrag Ranitović, Jack Sulentic, and Petra Swiderek.

Abstracts can be submitted by the 12 June 2014.

Further information are available on the SPIG 2014 website.

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