The Second International Symposium on Plasma Nanoscience (iPlasmaNano-II) is being held in Australia from December 12-15 at the Murramarang Eco-Tourisim Resort located in South Durras, New South Wales, Australia.
The Symposium, this year, is organised at an expert-level to map the over all development of this rapidly growing reserach field and to prepare for the first-ever Special “Perspectives” issue of the Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics focused on the achievments, challenges and opportunities for the Plasma Nanosciences in the coming decade. The Symposium has many of the leading scientists and early-career researchers from all over the world participating.
Center for Plasma Materials and Interactions (CPMI) director, Prof. David Ruzic, will be representing the Center at this workshop and will give a presentation on Monday afternoon talking about High Energy Density Plasmas for Nano-fabrication.
Further details of the symposium can be found at http://www.acpo.csiro.au/iPlasmaNano/
You can also follow Prof. Ruzic (@EnergyProf) and the CPMI lab (@illinoisCPMI) at the conference on twitter.