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The Sixtieth Annual Gaseous Electronics Conference (GEC) will be held October 2-5, 2007 at the DoubleTree Hotel and Conference Center in Arlington, Virginia adjacent to Washington, DC.
The GEC Executive Committee invites papers on basic phenomena and plasma processes in partially ionized gases, and on the theory and measurement of basic atomic and molecular collision processes. Papers reporting on experimental, theoretical, and computational studies that address either fundamental properties of low-temperature plasmas or their applications are encouraged. Applications of interest include, but are not limited to, plasma processing of materials, gas lasers, ion sources, gas discharge lamps, plasma chemistry and combustion, plasma-surface interactions, ionospheric phenomena, diagnostics, plasma aerodynamics, and similar topics. Although most papers will deal with low-energy processes, papers that concern electronic or radiative processes produced by high-energy electrons or heavy particles are also welcome.
Meeting Website: http://www.pcm411.com/gec2007/index.html