The goal of the conference is to provide a platform for positron researchers from all over the world to present their latest research results, communicate new ideas with colleagues face to face, and to find partners for future collaboration. The conference proceedings will be published in a peer review journal, and the official language of the conference will be English.
Positron school will be held on August 19 from 8AM to 6PM prior to our first conference gathering that evening. Since we start early it is reasonable to arrive to Orlando a day in advance on August 18.
School fee is $75. Payment workwlow will be posted here soon.
The goal of the school is to introduce the basics of the positron techniques to scientists from interdisciplinary areas as well as to students and young scientists in positron fields.
Titles for positron school
- Cliff Surko.
Positron Traps and Trap-Based Beams - New Tools for Positron Science
- Alex Weiss.
Positron surface science
- Larry Burggraf.
- Christoph Hugenschmidt.
Low-Energy Positron Beams: State of the Art and Current New Developments
- Mike Pak.
The role of electron-positron correlation in computing accurate positron annihilation rates
- Positron and positronium physics
- Positron and positronium chemistry
- Positron and positronium interaction with atoms and molecules
- Theoretical studies of positron states
- Theoretical aspects of positron and prositronium and related physics
- Recent development in antimatter
- Polarized positrons
- High energy positrons
- Positron applications in life sciences
- Positron and nuclear technology
- Polymers and porous materials
- Metals and alloys
- Semiconductors and nonmetallic materials
- Surface and interface
- PET and related medical applications
- New progress in experimental techniques
- Gamma induced positron spectroscopy
- Complimentary techniques to positron annihilation
- Physics related to Positron Annihilation Spectroscopy
- Radiation damage
- Positron annihilation in solutions