Scientific Program

Friday June 28th 2002:

  • evening
    Arrival of participants (NMB + quality-club + interested persons)

Saturday June 29th 2002:

  • 830 - 1130
    Discussion of the quality referential
    Arrival of participants
  • 1130 - 1630
    Social event: Zirbenweg hike (2 hours scenic and easy hike)
  • 1800 - 2200
    Social event: Der Rosenkavalier (Comedy for music by Hugo von Hofmannsthal, Music: Richard Strauss)

Sunday June 30th 2002:

  • 830 - 845 Welcome (P. Scheier, T.D. Märk, B. Huber)

presentation of user projects (20 min)

  • 845 - 1015 (chair: T.D Märk)
    • J.Y. Chesnel (CIRIL, Caen): Fragmentation of H2 molecules following double electron capture in slow ion/H2 collisions
    • B. Siegmann (Universität Bielefeld): Ionization and fragmentation of small molecules in collisions with slow highly charged ions
    • S. Knoop (KVI Groningen): Electron capture processes in He2+ - Na collisions
    • P. Defrance (Université Catolique de Louvain-la-Neuve): Electron impact ionization and dissociation of polyatomic ions
  • 1015 - 1045 Coffee break
  • 1045 - 1230 (chair: HP. Winter) 
    • F. Aumayr (TU-Wien): Sputtering and electron emission in ion-surface collisions
    • T. Zouros (Heraklion): New results from quasi-free electron scattering from HCI's
    • R.W. McCullough (Queens University Belfast): State selective electron capture He- and H-like ions in nitrogen and oxygen
    • H. Khemliche (LCAM, Orsay): Particle-surface interactions at grazing angles: are multiple processes always independent?

  • 1230 - 1400 Lunch break
    Discussion time (Physics and larger bucky balls)
  • 1545 - 1615 Coffee break
  • 1615 - 1800 (chair: H. Cederquist) 
    • P. Moretto-Capelle (Université de Toulouse): Multi-fragmentation of C60 induced by low charged ions
    • J. Bernard (LASIM, Lyon): Multicharged ions - C60 collisions: C60q+ ions trapped in a cone trap
    • P. Hvelplund (Aarhus University): Fragmentation of Clusters and Biomolecules
    • B. Manil (CIRIL): Stability and fragmentation of highly charged sodium clusters
    • E. Salzborn (Universität Giessen): Ion-Ion Collisions and their Application: Latest Results

  • 1830 - 2000 Dinner at Sporthotel

  • 2000 - 2145 (chair: H. Lebius) 
    • N. Stolterfoht (HMI, Berlin): Guiding of highly charged ions in nano-capillaries
    • G. Vikor (Stockholm University): X-ray measurements: Pb51+ - 58+ at surfaces
    • J.P. Briand (ERI Paris): Recent results on the interaction of HCI with dielectrics and metals
    • K. Sudlitz (Warsaw University): Application of Warsaw ECR ion source for surface investigation and modification
    • B. Sulik (Debrecen): Accelerating electron scattering in collisions of slow multiple charged ions with different targets

Monday July 1st 2002:

Invited talks from close-by fields (30+5 min)

  • 830 - 1015 (chair: R. Morgenstern)
    • R. Grimm (Universität Innsbruck): Atoms @ neV Energies: New Developments in the Ultracold
    • H. Haberland (Universität Freiburg): Technical applications of cluster depositioning
    • T. Klar (TU-München): Optics with single metal nano-particles
  • 1015 - 1045 Coffee break
  • 1045 - 1230 (chair: H.O. Lutz)
    • L.H. Andersen (Aarhus University): The photophysics of chromophore molecules in the gas phase, in liquids and in proteins
    • R. Weinkauf (Universität Düsseldorf): Laser-induced fragmentation of peptides
    • N. Mason (University College London): Astrobiology

  • 1230 - 1400 Lunch break

LEIF progress reports

  • 1400 - 1600 (chair: B. Huber)
    • LP1: Information Policy Zouros
    • LP2: Management and Quality Lebius
    • LP3: On line Access Winter
    • LP4: Multi-particle Detectors Lutz
    • LP5: Ion Beam Formation Hvelplund
    • LP6: Beam Control and Deceleration Morgenstern
  • 1600 - 1630 Coffee break
  • 1630 - 1830 NMB-session
  • 1630 - 1830 Young scientist symposium (J. Stöckl)
    • W. Schustereder (Innsbruck)
    • J. Stöckl (Wien)
    • Z. Nagy (Stockholm)
    • F. Haranger (Caen)
    • B. O'Rourke (Belfast): Electron impact ionization and dielectronic recombination in highly charged ions
    • L. Maunoury (Caen): ECR Ion source and plasma
    • A. Diehl (Giessen)

  • 1830 - 2000 Dinner at Sporthotel
  • 2000 -
    Poster session (incl. a short oral presentation)

    1. E. Galutschek (TU-Wien): First results on the performance of the new 14.5 GHz ECRIS 'Sophie'
    2. J. Stöckl (TU-Wien): Projectile energy loss and electron emission for grazing incidence of Arq+ on LiF(001)
    3. S. Tomita (Aarhus University): Fragmentation of clusters and biomolecules
    4. H. Bräuning (Universität Giessen): Charge exchange in the collision system Li2+ - Li3+
    5. R. Trassl (Universität Giessen): Standardisation of ion beam characteristics: emittance measurements
    6. Z. Pesic (Stockholm / Berlin):Large-angle scattering of highly charged Ar at gold surfaces
    7. B. Siegmann, U. Werner, H.O. Lutz (Universität Bielefeld): Ionization and fragmentation of small molecules in collisions with slow highly charged ions
    8. J.R. Crespo López-Urrutia (MPI Heidelberg): The Heidelberg Electron Beam Ion Trap Facility
    9. H. Watanabe (Queens University Belfast): Electron impact ionization of hydrogen-like ions

Tuesday July 2nd 2002:
Workshop on 'Energy deposition and -dissipation in complex systems'
Ions colliding with large molecules, biomolecules, clusters and surfaces (30+5 min)

  • 830 - 1015 (chair: R.W. McCullough)
    • B. Ban d'Etat (CIRIL, Caen): Sputtering of UO2 induced by slow highly charged ions
    • T.D. Märk (Universität Innsbruck): Ion-surface reactions: reaction channels, reaction mechanisms and energy considerations
    • H. Cederquist (Stockholm University): Fragmentation and energy deposition in slow ion-C60 collisions
  • 1015 - 1045 Coffee break
  • 1045 - 1230 (chair: N. Stolterfoht)
    • M. Farizon (IPNL Lyon): Collision induced cluster fragmentation and phase transition in a finite system
    • S. Matt (Universität Innsbruck): Analysis of cluster dissociation with a triple sector field mass spectrometer
    • J. de Vries (KVI Groningen): Fragmentation of the building blocks of life by means of Cq+ - ions

  • 1230 - 1400 Lunch break

  • 1400 - 1545 (chair: E. Salzborn)
    • J. Tiggesbäumker (Universität Rostock): Coulomb explosion of metal clusters in intense laser fields
    • J.U. Andersen (Aarhus University): 1/t dependence and radiative cooling in finite systems
    • H. Haberland (Universit�t Freiburg): Electron phonon relaxation in metallic clusters
  • 1545 - 1615 Coffee break
  • 1615 - 1730 Final remarks
  • 1730 - 1830 General meeting: Perspectives and initiatives concerning the 6th framework programme
  • 1830 - 2000 Dinner at Sporthotel

Wednesday July 3rd 2002:

  • departure