Scientific program

The scientific program (23rd June version) of the conference starts on Monday morning 4th of July, 2016. The conference ends on Friday, 8th of July, 2016, with departure after lunch. In addition to the scientific program, there will be an active social program available for all the participants. Next to the auditorium and poster sessions there will be industrial exhibition during the conference.

The registration desk will be open on Sunday 3rd of July from 16 until 21. The registration/info desk will be open during all the conference days from 8.30 in the morning until conference activities are over in Agora for that particular day. The info desk is located the entrance of Agora building. Tavicon Oy is responsible for the registration and Tavicon representatives are present on Sunday and Monday at the info desk. If you have questions concerning registration, payments, receipts, etc., please contact Tavicon Oy (+358 3 233 0400, ecaart12@tavicon.fi). 

The scientific program will consist of invited (confirmed speakers here) and contributed talks, two poster sessions (Tuesday and Thursday) and visit to the Accelerator Laboratory (Monday). On Sunday before the conference there will be tutorials on heavy-ion elastic recoil detection analysis (HI-ERDA), helium ion microscopy and radiation effects of electronics. These tutorials (register here) consist of lecture+hands-on experiments with state-of-the-art instrumentation. The preliminary daily schedule is available in pdf-format. Best oral and poster presentation by a young scientist will be rewarded in the conference dinner.

Presentation information is given here.

The topics of the conference are the following:

  • Fundamentals and simulations
  • Ion source and accelerator technology
  • Ion beam analysis (including special session celebrating 40th anniversary of ERDA)
  • Ion beam modification of materials
  • Accelerator mass spectrometry
  • Synchrotron radiation
  • Applications to life science
  • Applications to art and archaeology
  • Radiation effects on electronics

In addition there will be an open panel discussion related to the IAEA coordinated Ion Beam Techniques Roadmap initiative.

Any questions regarding scientific program should be addressed to prof. Timo Sajavaara (timo.sajavaara@jyu.fi), any questions regarding accommodation, travel or registration, please contact secretary Elina Leskinen (ecaart12@jyu.fi).