Plenary Speakers:

  • Dermot Green (Queen’s University Belfast, United Kingdom)esponsored lecture
  • Igor Bray (Curtin University, Australia) Calculation of electron and positron collisions with light atoms and molecules
  • Stefan Eriksson (University Swansea, United Kingdom)
  • Gustavo Garcia (Spanish National Research Council, Spain) Electron and positron scattering from CO2 and H2O: still open questions
  • Ronald D. White (James Cook University, Australia)

Invited Speakers:

Low-Energy Positron and Positronium Physics

  • Alessandra S. Barbosa (Universidade Federal do Paraná, Brazil) Positron scattering by molecules: recent advances and applications of the Schwinger multichannel method
  • Ruggero Caravita (University of Trento, Italy)
  • Pauline Comini (Centre d’Etudes de Saclay, France)
  • Lucas de Sousa Borges (ETH Zurich, Switzerland) Precision measurement of the Lamb shift in muonium
  • Ilya Fabrikant (University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA) Positronium collisions with atoms and molecules
  • Dmitry Fursa (Curtin University, Australia) Extraction of Ps-formation cross-sections from single-centre positron-scattering calculations
  • Christoph Hugenschmidt (Technical University of Munich, Germany) Positronium Emission from Ge(100) at High Temperature
  • Atsuo Kawasuso (National Institutes for Quantum and Radiological Science and Technology, Japan) Positronium emission from semiconductor surfaces
  • Josh Machacek (Australian National University, Australia)
  • José R. Mohallem (Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil) Descriptors for positron binding to atoms and molecules
  • Pawel Moskal (Jagiellonian University, Poland) First positronium imaging of humans using modular J-PET scanner
  • Yasuyuki Nagashima (Tokyo University of Science, Japan) Progress in research using an energy-tunable Ps beam developed employing Ps-photodetachment
  • Janko Nauta (University Swansea, United Kingdom) Gravitational and spectroscopic studies of antihydrogen
  • Eve Stenson (Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics, Germany)
  • Masanori Tachikawa (Yokohama City University, Japan)
  • Takuma Yamashita (Tohuku University, Japan) Study of antihydrogen-positronium reactions by a four-body coupled-rearrangement-channel calculation
  • Kosuke Yoshioka (University of Tokyo, Japan) Study on laser cooling of positronium using a chirped train of laser pulses
  • Mark Zammit (Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA) Evaluation of the Antimatter Chemistry Network

Electron-Molecule Collisions and Swarms

  • Danko Bosnjakovic (University of Belgrade, Serbia) Electron transport and streamer propagation in modeling of resistive plate chambers
  • Ksenia Bravaya (Boston University, USA)
  • Stephan Denifl (University of Innsbruck, Austria)
  • Samantha Fonseca dos Douguet (Rollins College, USA)
  • Jan Dvořák (Charles University, Czech Republic) Multidimensional vibronic dynamics in collisions of molecules with slow electrons
  • Sam Eden (Open University, United Kingdom) Ionization and DEA experiments on laser-desorbed molecules
  • Juraj Fedor (Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic) Electron collisions with liquid microjets: spectroscopy and reactivity
  • Filipe Ferreira da Silva (Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, Portugal) Electron interaction with boron containing molecules
  • Vasco Guerra (Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal) Electron-neutral collision cross sections for H2O
  • Satoru Kawaguchi (Muroran Institute of Technology, Japan) Examination of electron swarm transport in gases using physics-informed neural network
  • Sarvesh Kumar (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA) Dynamics of negative ions in H2O and D2O observed through dissociative electron transfer experiments
  • Anne Lafosse (University of Paris-Saclay, France)
  • Spiridoula Matsika (Temple University, USA) Theoretical description of electron induced processes in DNA building blocks
  • Thomas Orlando (Georgia Institute of technology, USA) Electron collisions with complex molecules: Hole transfer, dissociative ionization, dissociative attachment and spin effects
  • Viviane Schmidt (Max Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics, Germany) Auto-detachment of anions in excited states
  • James Sullivan (Australian National University, Australia)
  • Masahiko Takahashi (Tohuku University, Japan) Electron-atom Compton scattering: a new and unique tool for imaging intramolecular atomic motion
  • Hajime Tanuma (Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan) Mobility of molecular and cluster hydrogen ions in cooled hydrogen gas

(Titles of the talks are tentative)