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ASOS2019 Program:

Sunday June 23

17:30-21:00

Reception and registration






Monday June 24

09:00-09:15

Openning of ASOS 2019

Session:

Atomic Theory, in honour of Charlotte Froese Fischer's birthday

09:15-10:00

Alan Hibbert

Queen's Univ. Belfast, UK

Charlotte Froese Fischer: Her work and her impact

10:00-10:15

Break

10:15-11:00

Gediminas Gaigalas

Univ. of Vilnius, Lithuania

Challenges of theoretical spectroscopy of heavy elements toward identification of gravitational wave sources

11:00-11:25

Break+Conference Photo

11:25-11:50

Ran Si

Lund Univ., Sweden

Negative ions - some examples of Charlotte Froese Fischer's input

11:50-12:15

Jon Grumer

Uppsala Univ., Sweden

Kilonovae and the origin of the R-process elements - Lanthanides and Non-LTE spectral modelling

12:15-14:30

Lunch+Poster Session

Session:

Atomic Experiments - EBITs

14:30-15:15

Yuri Ralchenko

NIST, USA

Nuclear radii, X-ray polarization, and everything in between: spectroscopy of highly charged ions with the NIST EBIT

15:15-15:30

Break

15:30-16:15

Nobuyuki Nakamura

Univ. of Electro-Communications, Japan

Visible spectroscopy of multiply charged ions with a compact electron beam ion trap

16:15-16:40

Break

16:40-17:05

Roger Hutton

Fudan Univ., China

Trapped and released in Shanghai

17:05-17:30

Yu Zhang

Fudan Univ., China

Formation of interstellar H3+ from Hydrocarbons





Tuesday June 25

Session:

Atomic Theory

09:00-09:45

Marianna Safronova

Univ. of Delaware, USA

Community portal for high-precision atomic physics data and computation

09:45-09:55

Break

09:55-10:40

Peter Uylings

Univ. of Amsterdam, Netherlands

Orthogonal operators: origin, applications and outlook

10:40-10:55

Break

10:55-11:20

Chongyang Chen

Fudan Univ., China

Benchmarking calculations with spectroscopic accuracy on energies, multipole transition rates, and lifetimes in K- to N-shell W ions

11:20-11:45

Alexander Kramida

NIST, USA

Isotope shifts in Ca I and Ca II

11:45-11:55

Break

11:55-12:20

Xiaobin Ding

Northwest Normal Univ., China

Raditive transition data andspectra of highly charged W ions

12:20-12:45

Kai Wang

Univ. of Brussels/Hebei, Belgium/China

Accurate calculations of energy structures and radiation rates of L- and M-shell ions of astrophysics

12:45-14:30

Lunch

Session:

Plasmas in Astrophysics and Fusion

14:30-15:15

Philip Judge

HAO, USA

Atomic physics and space weather

15:15-15:30

Break

15:30-16:15

Brian Thorsbro

Lund Observatory, Sweden

Atomic data needs in astrophysics: the galactic centre "Scandium mystery"

16:15-16:40

Break

16:40-17:05

Bo Lyu

ASIPP, China

Development of high-resolution imaging X-ray crystal spectrometers on the EAST tokamak

17:05-17:30

Ian Faust

IPP, Germany

Meta-analysis techniques for charge state identification using tokamaks





Wednesday June 26

Session:

Atomic Experiments

09:00-09:45

Frank Rosmej

Sorbonne Univ., France

Ionization potential depression in high-energy-density plasmas

09:45-09:55

Break

09:55-10:40

Maria T. Belmonte

Imperial College, UK

Fourier transform spectroscopy as a tool to measure atomic transition probabilities

10:40-10:55

Break

10:55-11:20

Sung-Nam Park

UNIST, R.O.Korea

Progress of UNIST electron beam ion trap experiment for astrophysics related x-ray spectroscopy

11:20-11:45

Maogen Su

Northwest Normal Univ., China

Investigation of state diagnostics and evolution properties of laser-produced plasmas

11:45-11:55

Break

11:55-12:20

Kil-Byoung Chai

KAERI, R.O.Korea

Optical emission spectroscopy on KAERI divertor plasma simulator

12:20-12:45

Gustav Eklund

Stockholm Univ., Sweden

Merged beam experiments at the DESIREE storage rings: Mutual neutralization of Li+ + D-

12:45-14:30

Lunch (SOC meeting)

Session:

Plasmas in Fusion and Astrophysics

14:30-15:15

Daji Kato

NIFS, Japan

Near-UV and visibl M1 line spectra of tungsten highly charged ions in fusion plasmas

15:15-15:30

Break

15:30-15:55

Chunfeng Dong

SWIP, China

Progress in plasma diagnostics related to spectroscopy in HL-2A

15:55-16:20

Bo Qing

LFRC, China

Opacity measurements of hot mid-Z plasmas on SGII laser facility

16:20-16:40

Break

16:40-17:05

Jiaolong Zeng

NUDT, China

Plasma spectra at the solar radiation/convection zone boundary

17:05-17:30

Wenxian Li

Malmö Univ., Sweden

Experimental testing of scattering polarization models

19:00-22:30

Conference dinner





Thursday June 27

Session:

Atomic Experiments

09:45-10:30

Xinwen Ma

IMP, CAS, China

Investigation on dielectronic recombination spectrum of beryllium like heavy ions

10:30-10:45

Break

10:45-11:30

Kelin Gao

WIPM,CAS, China

Saturated fluorescence spectroscopy on metastable Li+ beam with low energy 

11:30-11:55

Break

11:55-12:20

Henrik Hartman

Malmö/Lunc Univ., Sweden

Laboratory atomic astrophysics for near-infrared astrophysics

12:20-12:45

Ling Zhang

ASIPP, China

Line anaysis of EUV spectra from tungsten ions of 5+ to 45+ observed in the EAST tokamak

12:45-14:30

Lunch

Session:

Plasmas in Fusion and Astrophysics

14:30-15:15

Martin O'Mullane

Univ. of Strathclyde, UK

Quantitative modelling of tungsten emission in tokamaks: How complete is the atomic data?

15:15-15:30

Break

15:30-15:55

Alex Lobel

ROB, Belgium

the Belgian repository of fundamental atomic data and stellar spectra

15:55-16:20

Zhimin Hu

LFRC, China

Argon spectroscopy diagnostics for high-density DD fusion plasma

16:20-16:35

Break

16:35-17:00

Songbin Zhang

Shaanxi Normal Univ., China

Plasma shielding effects on quantum collision dynamics

17:00-17:25

Benquan Lu

IAPCM, China

Internal and external magnetic field effects on atomic states related to 87Sr opticl clocks

17:25-17:30

Closing of ASOS2019





Poster Size: No larger than A0 (118cm Height, 84cm Width) ,Portrait  

P-01Ali MeftahaUMM, Algérie/Sorbonne Univ., FranceRecent Progress on the Spectra of Moderately   Charged Thulium Ions
P-02Asimina PapouliaMalmö/Lund Univ.,   SwedenAccurate   Calculations of Rydberg States in C I-IV for Astrophysics
P-03Asimina PapouliaMalmö/Lund Univ., SwedenMCDHF Calculations involving Rydberg Series in   Neutral and Near-Neutral Systems - Al I and Al II
P-04Bowen LiLanzhou Univ., ChinaRelativistic Large   Scale CI Calculations of Spectroscopic Data in Ca-like Ion
P-05Christian P. ClearImperial College, UKNew Atomic Data of Singly-ionised Nickel (Ni II)   for Astrophysical Applications
P-06Dmitrii SolovyevSt.Petersburg Univ.,   RussiaRecombination   Process for Hydrogen Atom in Presence of Blackbody Radiation
P-07Feichen LiWIPM/Wuhan Univ., ChinaHyperfine-structure Constants of Ra II
P-08Feng HuXuzhou Univ., ChinaEnergy Levels and   Radiative Rates for Fe XIV
P-09HalaNIST, USALaboratory Measurements of Atomic Data for Sc I and   Sc II
P-10Jerzy KwelaGdańsk Univ., PolandNew Measurements of   Landé gJ- Factors   by the Use of Laser Absorption Spectroscopy
P-11Jiaolong ZengNUDT, ChinaEnhancement of Continuum Microscopic Processes in   the Dense Plasmas
P-12Jiaolong ZengNUDT, ChinaTriple-Core-Hole   State Spectra Produced in Solid-Density Plasmas
P-13Jorge Reyna AlmandosCIOp, ArgentinaNew Energy Levels and Transitions of 5s25p2 (6d+7s) Configuration   in Xe IV
P-14Lars EngstromLund Univ., SwedenExperimental   Transition Probablities from Highly Excited Levels in Singly Ionized Vanadium   and Niobium
P-15Lei FengSWIP, ChinaLine Emissions of Intrinsic and Extrinsic   Impurities Observed by EUV Spectrometers in HL-2A
P-16Liang LiuSWIP, ChinaThe Tri-Band High   Spectral Resolution Spectrometer for the CXRS Diagnostic System on HL-2A   Tokamak
P-17Liyan TangWIPM, ChinaHigh-Accuracy Calculations of Atomic Structure   Properties of Helium-like Ions
P-18Lukasz SobolewskiGdańsk Univ., PolandMagnetic Splitting   of Lines of Atomic Vanadium
P-19Madeleine BurheimLund Univ., SwedenSpectroscopic Investigation of Al I for   Astropyhsical Applications
P-20Maogen SuNorthwest Normal   Univ., ChinaExpansion Dynamics   of Double Pulse Laser-produced Al Plasmas
P-21Maogen SuNorthwest Normal Univ., ChinaEffect of Dielectronic Recombination Process in   Laser-produced Si Plasmas
P-22Mike LaverickROB, BelgiumThe Belgian   Repository of Fundamental Atomic Data and Stellar Spectra (Brass): Quality   Assessment of Atomic Data for Unblended Lines in FGK Stars
P-23Naila NoreenForman Christian College, PakistanElectron Contribution in Mirror mode Instability in   Quasilinear Regime
P-24Rui SunShanghai Jiao Tong   Univ., ChinaThe Relativistic Eigenchannel R-matrix Method and Its Application in O Atom
P-25Sacha SchiffmannULB/Lund Univ., Belgium/SwedenNatural Orbitals for Hyperfine Structures
P-26Sacha SchiffmannULB/Lund Univ.,   Belgium/SwedenComputational Atomic   Structure with GRASP towards Heavy Atoms and Ions of Astrophysical Interest
P-27Timur ZalialiutdinovSt.Petersburg Univ., RussiaMixing of Atomic Levels by Blackbody Radiation and   its Consequences in an Astrophysical Context
P-28Tingxian ZhangWIMP, ChinaAtomic Properties of   Highly Charged Ni15+   , Ni14+, Ni12+ and Ni11+ Ions from MCDHF   Calculations
P-29Xiaoxi FuTsinghua Univ., ChinaHigh Resolution Photoelectron Spectroscopy of   Atomic Negative Lanthanide Ions
P-30Xiaoxue HeSWIP, ChinaFast Charge Exchange   Recombination Spectroscopy Diagnostic System on HL-2A Tokamak
P-31Yan SunXuzhou Univ., ChinaEnergy Levels and Radiative Transitions for the   Multi-Excited States of C-like Ions
P-32Yongbo TangShenzhen Technology   Univ., ChinaRelativistic   Coupled-cluster Calculation of Hyperfine-structure Constants of Doubly   Ionized Lanthanum
P-33Zhongwen WuNorthwest Normal Univ., ChinaTheoretical Calculations of Dielectronic   Recombination Rate Coefficients of S15+ and S14+ Ions


Eva's Shanghai Guide:


Eva's Shanghai Guide.pdf


Proceedings: 

We are pleased to announce that the proceedings of the ASOS2019 symposium will be published by atoms.

We would like to dedicate these proceedings in the honor of Professor Charlotte Froese Fischer. We are sure that all of you, experimentalist, theoreticians, astronomers, plasma diagnosticians have been touched by the work of Charlotte. Therefor we would also like to encourage anyone who would like to write some words honoring Charlotte to submit a short manuscript.

We have set a 1st October deadline for manuscript submission.