66th Annual Gaseous Electronics Conference
September 30 - October 4, 2013 • Princeton, New Jersey
The GEC Executive Committee invites the submission of abstracts on the topics of basic phenomena and plasma processes in partially ionized gases, plasmas in liquids, and the theory and measurement of basic atomic and molecular collisional processes. Papers reporting on experimental, theoretical, and computational studies that address either fundamental properties of low-temperature plasmas or their applications are encouraged.
The GEC Executive Committee has responsibility for the GEC conference program, including the selection of invited speakers. The committee, however, welcomes invited speaker suggestions from the entire GEC community. If you are aware of researchers who have made significant new research contributions of potential interest to the GEC community, we encourage you to contact any of the committee members above to recommend them for consideration as invited speakers at future GEC meetings.
Examples of topics include (but are not limited to):
Plasma processing of materials including semiconductors, metals, insulators, MEMS devices and displays,
Biological and emerging applications of plasmas,
High pressure and micro-plasmas,
Plasmas in liquids,
Gas discharge lamps,
Plasma chemistry and combustion,
Electron and photon collisions with atoms and molecules,
Heavy particle interactions: ion-molecule, neutrals etc.
The Oral and Poster Session Sorting Categories are listed on the Abstract Submission page.