62nd Gaseous Electronics Conference
October 20 - 23, 2009, Saratoga Springs, NY, USA


Welcome to the GEC'09 website!



This year's conference will be held in Saratoga Springs, in the Capital Region of New York State, two hour drive north of New York City

The Capital Region is a location of a major center in semiconductor manufacturing and nano technology at the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering of the SUNY University at Albany.  Nearby are also major research facilities by GE, Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory, and IBM, as well as Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and Union College.


Announcements


63rd GEC.  Next conference will be held in Paris, October 4-8, 2010, together with ICRP.  Check its website for the latest information.

After the Conference. 
The information you might need for your paperwork (receipts etc.), can be found here.

Best Student Presentation Award.  Congratulations to Caleb Nelson from UT-Dallas!

Airport Shuttle Bus. 
Read about last minute changes (you received an email announcement about it today, Oct.16)

Website and Sidebar changes
.  New information, and reordering of the old one, should improve your searches ... the webmaster hopes (five days before the pre-conference workshop).

2010 Will Allis Prize for the Study of Ionized Gases.  Dr. Mark J. Kushner was just announced a recipient of this prestigious GEC award.  Congratulations Prof. Kushner!




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Special Events

A century ago Schenectady (also in the Capital Region) was the site of the first electronics

revolution.  Nobel Laureate Irving Langmuir worked there at GE and perfected Edison's light bulb, put Vacuum science on a firm foundation, and probed plasmas.  To commemorate Langmuir's work, GEC will organize several events on his life and work. 

Pre-Conference Workshop will cover recent advances in theory and measurement of plasma transport coefficients with applications to plasma modeling.

The 62nd GEC will also offer several tutorials and special sessions on topics relevant to research and applications of low temperature plasma.

See Special Program for more details on all the above.


Important Information

  • Registration is open
  • Hotel registration: the code ACQF must be entered as the 'group/convention' code and not the 'promotion/offer' code
  • Group Forum is up and running
  • Official Conference Program is on the APS website
 
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