1 – 3 April 2019   print this page

Conference organizers:

Milko Jakšić, Ruđer Bošković Institute Zagreb, Croatia

Ettore Vittone, University of Torino, Italy

Conference description:

Capability to inject a single atom into the substrate, or irradiate it by a single ion at the exactly determined position, are challenges driven by the development of new – one may say - future technologies, in which the accelerator based ion beam technology play an important role.

The aim of the workshop is to present successful examples where focused ion beams or single ion irradiation play or could play a crucial role in emerging future technologies, including quantum computing and quantum sensing. Additionally, new irradiation approaches, or new techniques that could attract potential users will be also presented. Experts from other fields that may be potential users of ion beam technologies will be also invited. It is expected that the workshop could result in new collaborations and new project proposals, including those within the scope of European Union research funding possibilities.

The workshop will be organized mostly through the invited presentations from Monday till Wednesday with preliminary list of topics:

• Quantum sensing and computing

• Deterministic ion implantation and single ion hit detection

• Nanostructuring using single ions

• Functionalization using ion beams

• Ion beams for changing optical properties

• Biosensing and dosimetry

• Development of ion beam irradiation techniques

More information on CONFERENCE WEB PAGE.

Conference lecturers:

Ivana Capan, Ruđer Bošković Institute Zagreb, Croatia

Jerome Tribollet, Institut de Chimie de Strasbourg, France

Georgy Astakhov, Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf, Germany

Edward Bielejec, Sandia National Laboratory, United States

Jacopo Forneris, Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare, Italy

Gregor Hlawacek, Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf, Germany

Juha Muhonen, University of Jyväskylä, Finland

Michal Pomorski, CEA LIST, France

Guanghua Du, Institut of Modern physisc, CAS, China

Jan Meijer, N/A, Germany

Ferdinand Schmidt-Kaler, Quantum University Mainz, Germany

Benedict Murdin, University of Surrey, United Kingdom

Jeroen van Kan, National University Singapore, Singapore

Zdravko Siketić, Ruđer Bošković Institute Zagreb, Croatia