Gaseous Electronics Conference
The Gaseous Electronics Conference (GEC), a special meeting of the APS Division of Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics (DAMOP), promotes ideas on the physical and chemical processes and dynamics taking place in partially ionized, collisional plasma and between the atoms, molecules, charged particles, photons, waves, and fields. In recent years, GEC has also been a leading venue for reporting on emergent areas of plasma-biotechnology, plasma medicine, plasma-metal catalysis, and atmospheric-pressure plasma systems.
The 70th Annual Gaseous Electronics Conference will be held Monday - Friday, November 6 - 10, 2017, at the DoubleTree by Hilton Pittsburgh - Green Tree.
Four workshops will be offered on November 5:
- Linking Theory and Experiment
- Linking Academia and Industry
- Practical Challenges for Industry
- Technical Writing Skills
June 2 is the deadline for abstracts, student-award nominations, and student-travel-grant applications. Further information regarding the conference details, award nominations, and travel-grant applications is available at www.apsgec.org/gec2017.