ICACS Debrecen - 13-18 July, 2014
ICACS (the International Conference on Atomic Collisions in Solids) is a biannual meeting, which deals with physical and chemical phenomena induced by the interaction of low and high energy beams (hyperthermal up to relativistic velocities) of charged or dressed particles (singly up to highly charged ions, atoms and clusters, photons, electrons, antiprotons, etc.) with the surface and the bulk of solids and also liquids. The most recent meetings have been held in Kyoto (Japan, 2012), Krakow (Poland, 2010), Phalaborwa (South Africa, 2008), Berlin (Germany, 2006) and Genova (Italy, 2004).
The objectives of ICACS-26 are to assess the state of the art in the current understanding of a variety of basic phenomena in the electron and atom dynamics such as charge-exchange processes collective as well as single-particle excitation and ionization energy loss, scattering and channeling of primary particles electron and photon emission processes sputtering, erosion and desorption processes collision induced physical, chemical and biological reactions radiation damage and materials modification.
|International Scientific Committee||International Advisory Committee||Local Committee|
|T. Azuma (Japan)||J. Colligon (UK)||K. Tökési (Chair)|
|B. Dev (India)||V. Esaulov (France)||R.J. Bereczky (Secretary)|
|P. Grande (Brasil)||H. Gnaser (Germany)||A. Debreczeni|
|O. Grizzi (Argentina)||J. Malherbe (South Africa)||A. Csík|
|K. Kimura (Japan)||T.M. Orlando (USA)||O. Feró|
|C. Lemell (Austria)||A. Pathak (India)||K. Kiss|
|R.C. Monreal (Spain)||G. Schiwietz (Germany)||Gy. Nagy|
|J. O'Connor (Australia)||P. Sigmund (Denmark)||I. Nagy|
|K. Pendrys (Poland)||U. Valbusa (Italy)||I. Rajta|
|R. Pierfrancesco (Italy)||A. Sipos|
|T. Schenkel (USA)||T. Szabó|
|M. Szymonski (Poland)||G. Tökési|
|C. Theron (South Africa)|
|A. Titov (Russia)|
|M. Toulemonde (France)|
|K. Tökési (Hungary)|
|C. Trautmann (Germany)|
|U. Uggerhoy (Denmark)|
|Z. Wang (China)|
|H. Winter (Germany)|
|Call for papers||January, 2014|
|Abstract submission deadline||March, 2014|
|Notice of acceptance||April, 2014|
|Registration deadline||May, 2014|
|Manuscript submission deadline||July, 2014|
Debrecen is the second largest city in Hungary after Budapest and one of the cultural and social centres for almost half a century. There are so many things to see at Debrecen. The famous Déri Museum a part of the rich and vivid cultural and intellectual life of the city, gives a perfect account of the history and traditions of this region. Usually, people are writing about the Calvinist church and the main square, which kept soul and spirit of old days, although it is new and reconstructed. You can visit the thermal baths, many restaurant offers Hungarian and international specialties where you also can taste good Hungarian wines.
We are waiting you in the city where the tradition of the physics takes since 18th century.
Accommodation will need to be arranged by the delegates. Because July is a tourist season, early booking is strongly recommended. List of recommended hotels will be posted on the conference website.
The objectives of ICACS-26 are to assess the state of the art in the current understanding of a variety of basic phenomena in the electron and atom dynamics such as
- charge-exchange processes
- collective as well as single-particle excitation and ionization
- energy loss, scattering and channelling of primary particles
- electron and photon emission processes
- sputtering, erosion and desorption processes
- collision induced physical, chemical and bio-logical reactions
Proceedings of the Conference will be published by Elsevier as a special issue of Nuclear Instruments and Methods B. Submission of the Conference proceedings is open from 1 of June 2014 till 18 of July 2014.
The submission website for this journal is located at:
To ensure that all manuscripts are correctly identified for inclusion into the special issue, it is important that the authors select "Special Issue: ICACS 26" when they reach the "Article Type" step in the submission process. Only manuscripts presented at the conference will be considered for publication. The maximum length of manuscripts is limited to 4 published pages for a contributed paper and 8 published pages for an invited paper. In order to avoid publication of extended abstracts, NIMB will not accept papers that are two journal pages or shorter. Due to close scheduling in the editing and publishing processes, manuscripts requiring extensive modifications (regarding length, contents or language) and a second round of refereeing may have to be rejected. The authors are kindly requested to provide in the Cover Letter to Editor a list of three or more suggested referees with their email addresses.
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