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Thank you to the 234 attendees!

To the 26 exhibitors

 

and to the 4 sponsors

 
GOLD SPONSOR

Congratulations to the 5 winners of the SFV "Michel Cantarel" Student grant


Dominique ABESSOLO ONDO
- Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology, Luxembourg (LU)
Oral #DEPO4-O2-022 - Atmospheric-pressure synthesis of atomically smooth, conformal, and ultrathin low-k polymer insulating layers by plasma-initiated CVD


Gaëlle ANTOUN
- GREMI, Université d'Orléans (FR)
Oral #SURF2-O1-026 - Atomic Layer Etching at cryogenic temperature


Alexis Carlos GARCÍA WONG
- Institut Jean Lamour, Nancy (FR)
Oral #DEPO1-O3-048 - Thermochromic VO2 films obtained by the oxidation of reactively sputter-deposited VN in a semi-industrial machine


Neelakandan MARATH SANTHOSH
 - Jožef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana (SI)
Oral #SURF1-O2-154 - Effect of different nitrogen-containing plasma used for N-doping of graphene nanowalls


William RAVISY
 - Institut des Matériaux Jean Rouxel, Université de Nantes (FR)
Oral #GROM2-O2-062 - Nanostructure and photocatalytic activity of Plasma-Enhanced Chemical Vapour Deposited anatase TiO2 on polymer substrates

Scientific program

Overview Program

Plenary talks will take place in the Ampthiteater Antipolis / Poster sessions, exhibition, coffee breaks & lunches are located in the Gould area

 

  DEPO Plasma - deposited coatings for optical, electronical & other functionalities
  GROM Thin films growth and modelling
  HELI Health and life science
  INDU Industrial hot topics
  LIQU Plasma and liquids
  NANO Nanomaterials and nanostructured thin films
  PROC Process control (including plasma diagnostics, plasma modelling)
  SOUR Plasma sources and electrical discharges
  SURF  Plasma - surface interactions
  TRIB Plasma - deposited protective and tribological coatings

 

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Plenary speakers

• Thin film growth dynamics: stress and beyond

Grégory ABADIAS
Pprime Institute, Poitiers (FR)

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• Current approach to osteosarcoma therapy with cold plasmas and biomaterials

Cristina CANAL
UPC Barcelona (ES)

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• Controlled plasma dynamics and chemical kinetics in low temperature plasmas for environmental & healthcare technologies

Timo GANS
Univ. York (UK)

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• Non-equilibrium plasma chemistry - from atmospheric pressure plasmas to high pressure plasmas in liquids

Achim von KEUDELL
Univ. Bochum (DE)

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• Attempts by modeling to maintain Moore’s law in microelectronics processing

Mark KUSHNER
Univ. Michigan, Ann Arbor (US)

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​• Optoelectronic properties of aluminum doped zinc oxide thin films deposited by disk and rotatable magnetron sputtering cathodes at medium and radio frequency

Eugen STAMATE
TU Denmark, Roskilde (DK)

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Keynote speakers

  • Thermosensitive color-changing coatings for textile sensors
    Martin AMBERG
    Empa, St.Gallen (CH)
     
  • One step gold nanoparticles synthesis and deposition from an atmospheric pressure microwave PECVD – Applications to the fast and low cost production SERS substrates
    Simon BULOU
    LIST, Esch sur Alzette (LU)
     
  • Influence of nitrogen incorporation on physical and electrical properties of a-C:H films deposited by a plasma beam source
    Martin FENKER
    FEM, Schwäbisch Gmünd (DE)
     
  • Deposition of Gadolinia-doped Ceria thin films by reactive DC magnetron and High Power Impulse Magnetron Sputtering
    Martin MICKAN
    GREMI, Univ. Orléans (FR)
  • Synthesis of boron nitride and boron-carbon-nitride nanomaterials by arc discharge
    Yevgeny RAITSES
    Princeton Plasma Physics Lab., Princeton (US)
     
  • A comparative study of metal oxide and metal oxide/silica thin films deposited by LP microwave plasma process from metalorganic precursors (Zirconium Tetra tert-Butoxide and Titanium Tetra Isopropoxide)
    Patrice RAYNAUD
    LAPLACE, Univ. Toulouse (FR)
     
  • Numerical modelling of DC magnetron discharges applied to Nb/Cu coatings in superconducting radio-frequency cavities
    Thibaut RICHARD
    CERN, Geneva (CH)
     
  • Hard and fracture resistant metal-boron-carbon based coatings deposited by industrial sputtering system
    Petr VASINA
    Univ. Masaryk, Brno (CZ)

Tutorials program

09:00

Fundamental of plasmas

Achim von Keudell
Univ. Bochum (DE)

 

10:45

Introduction to High Power Impulse Magnetron Sputtering

Daniel Lundin
Univ. Paris-Sud (FR)

 

14:15

Modelization of thin film deposition by kinetic Monte-Carlo, and evaluation of their properties

Stephane Lucas
Univ. Namur (BE)

16:00

Functional characterization of thin films

Uroš Cvelbar
Jožef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana (SL)

>Committees of Plathinium 2019

Scientific committee
 

Andre ANDERS Chairman
Univ. Leipzig (DE)
 

Thierry BELMONTE
IJL, Univ. Lorraine, Nancy (FR)

Jan BENEDIKT
Univ. Bochum (DE)

Annemie BOGAERTS
Univ. Antwerp (BE)

Peter BRUGGEMAN
Univ. Minnesota (US)

Patrick CHOQUET
LIST Belvaux (LU)

Claudiu COSTIN
Univ. Iasi (RO)

Uros CVELBAR
Jozef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana (SI)

Hugo de HAAN
Vision Dynamic (NL)

Jose ENDRINO
Univ. Cranfield (UK)

Ursel FANTZ
Univ. Augsburg (DE)

Agnès GRANIER
Univ. Nantes (FR)

Vasco GUERRA
Univ. Lisboa (PT)

Ken HAENEN
Univ. Hasselt (BE)

Ulf HELMERSSON
Univ. Linköping (SE)

Masaru HORI
Univ. Nagoya (JP)

Rafael JIMENEZ RIOBOO
ICMM-CSIC Madrid (ES)

Xingguo LI
Univ. Peking (CN)

Tiberiu MINEA
LPGP, Univ. Paris-Sud, Orsay (FR)

Ken OSTRIKOV
CSIRO, Lindfield (AU)

Ivan PETROV
Univ. Illinois, Urbana (US)

Rony SNYDERS
Univ. Mons (BE)

Luc STAFFORD
Univ. Montreal, Québec (CA)

Sabu THOMAS
Mahatma Gandhi Univ. Kerala (IN)

Shuyan XU
NIE Singapore (SG)

Lenka ZAJICKOVA
Univ. Masaryk, Brno (CZ)

Sam ZHANG SHANYONG
Univ. Nanyang (CN)

Steering committee
 

Gérard HENRION Chairman
IJL, Univ. Lorraine, Nancy (FR)

 

Pascal ANDRE -  LPC, Univ. Clermont-Ferrand (FR)

Angélique BOUSQUET -  ICCF, Univ. Clermont Auvergne (FR)

Corinne CHAMPEAUX -  IRCER, Univ. Limoges (FR)

Richard CLERGEREAUX - LAPLACE, Univ. Toulouse (FR)

Anouk GALTAYRIES - Chimie ParisTech, Paris (FR)

Dirk HEGEMANN -  EMPA, St. Gallen (CH)

Vincent JOUSSEAUME -  CEA/LETI, Grenoble (FR)

 

Stephanos KONSTANTINIDIS -  UMons (BE)

Luc PICHON -  Institut Pprime, Univ. Poitiers (FR)

Jean-François PIERSON -  IJL, Univ. Lorraine, Nancy (FR)

Carlos PINTASSILGO -  IPFN, Univ. Porto (PT)

Joao SANTOS SOUSA  -  LPGP, Univ. Paris-Sud, Orsay (FR)

Thomas TILLOCHER -  GREMI, Univ. Orléans (FR)

Social program

Get together parties

  • Welcome reception / Monday 23 September - 18:30 -20:00
  • Industrial evening / Tuesday 24 September
  • Refreshments during the poster session II / Thursday 26 September

Conference dinner

Wednesday 25 September at "Les pirates" Beach restaurant

Accessible by foot from the congress site, "Les Pirates" Beach Restaurant is a Treasure Island of Gastronomy, nestled in the Pine Park of Juan les Pins, just 5 min. away from the city center of Antibes. Come and discover this magic world of golden sanded beach, its pontoon and solarium on the Mediterranean … 

The long white sandy beach of approximately 2000 m2 is also a mythical location where some of the most famous jazzy artists were during a legendary festival since more than 40 years. With sunbeds turquoise and white, the place is one of the largest in Juan Les Pins, including 2 piers , a solarium and private cabins.

Everything is there to make this moment unforgettable: cocktail on the pier, air-conditioned veranda in front of the sea, delicious cuisine with Provencal and Italian flavours and more than 30 years of know-how, an authentic cuisine and a quality service. 

Social activities proposed

Friday 27 September afternoon

Excursion to Grasse, international capital of Flowers and Perfume

The town of Grasse is said to be the core of the Riviera as well as a model of Provençal culture. The city offers splendid vistas over the shores near Cannes. A “Cité d'Art & d'Histoire,” Grasse is known as the “Capital of Flowers and Perfume.”
Clinging to sun drenched hills, this place slowly reveals its charms to those who linger in its picturesque alleyways and welcoming little squares. The historic centre confirms this architectural quality. In the 18th century, perfume making, which took over from the tanneries, blossomed. In the 19th century, flower cultivation and perfume production gave Grasse its international reputation.
You will visit one of the oldest perfume factories established in a 19th century building in the heart of the old town where perfumes and soaps are crafted everyday.

Walking tour on the coastal path “sentier de Tire-Poil”
Immerse in the nature of the Cap d’Antibes

Discover with a guide the landscapes, the points of view and the remarkable species of the Tire-Poil path.
Sea Lavendar, Jupiter Beard, Common Tern… these are the suggestive names which indicate the natural wealth of this little paradise on the Mediterranean coast. You will meet native and exotic plants and will learn to respect the protected species present on the Cap d’Antibes. A naturalistic, educational, playful and sports activity for everybody!

Excursion to Saint Paul de Vence

Perched on a hill overlooking the countryside and the sea, Saint-Paul de Vence is a historic village to discover and enjoy. All year round, its alleyways and ramparts are perfect for wandering and discovering the artists who have left their mark on the village, and those which continue to do so today. If Saint-Paul de Vence is a creative place, the village is also a cultural destination: its Maeght Foundation, museums and heritage are evidence of a rich history and an artistic tradition going back over a hundred years.
The prestigious Maeght Modern Art Foundation, nestled in nature, brings together an important collection of paintings and sculptures of modern and contemporary art. The architecture of Josep Lluis Sert and the gardens are forming a peaceful and harmonious setting for the works of Calder, Chagall, Braque, Giacometti, Miró ...

 


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