Oral Presentations

  • D. Banas (Institute of Physics Jan Kochanowski, Poland)
    Radiative Recombination Studies at ESR and NESR

  • J. Cruz (FCT, Universidade Nova Lisboa, Portugal)
    Electron screening effects in nuclear reactions and radioactive decays

  • F. Ferro (Stockholm University, Sweden)
    RMBPT studies of dielectronic recombination in Be-like ions

  • D. Glazov (Department of Physics, St. Petersburg State University, Russia)
    Many-electron QED effects in the g factor of heavy ions

  • H. Hetzheim (Max Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics , Germany)
    Ionization dynamics in laser-driven hydrogen-like ions

  • M. Hobein (Stockholm University, Sweden)
    A new facility for trapping experiments with highly-charged ions

  • M. Horbatsch (Physics and Astronomy York University, Canada)
    Resonance calculations with complex absorbing potentials: understanding spontaneous strong-field pair production

  • P. Indelicato (Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Laboratoire Kastler-Brossel , France)
    Precision X-ray spectroscopy of highly-charged ions from low-energy ion sources

  • E. Lamour (Institut des NanoSciences de Paris, France)
    Laser - cluster interaction: electron heating and production of HCI

  • X. Ma (Institute of Modern Physics-Lanzhou, China)
    The status of the storage ring project at Lanzhou

  • A. Palffy (Max-Planck Institut für Kernphysik, Germany)
    Nuclear effects in atomic transitions

  • F. Parente (FCT, Universidade Nova Lisboa, Portugal)
    Electron Cyclotron Resonance Ion Source (ECRIS)
    Ionic Population Modulation

  • G. Paulus (Institute of Optics & Quantum Electronics, University of Jena , Germany)
    Strong-field ionization

  • I. Rabadan (Departamento de Química Universidad Autónoma, Spain)
    Electron capture and ionization in ion-H2O collisions using an anisotropic model potential

  • J. Santos (Physics Department, University of Coimbra, Portugal)
    Electroluminescence in noble gases in rare-event detectors

  • R. Schuch (Stockholm University, Sweden)
    Business meeting for SPARC members

  • T. Stoehlker (Atomic Physics GSI-Darmstadt, Germany)
    SPARC2009 Status Report

  • S. Sturm (Institut für Physik , Germany)
    Precision g-factor measurement of the electron bound in highly-charged medium-heavy ions

  • A. Surzhykov (Physics Institute of Heidelberg Germany , Germany)
    Two-photon emission from few-electron heavy ions: Angle- and polarization-resolved studies

  • R. Thompson (Imperial College London, United Kingdom)
    SPECTRAP: HFS of Highly Charged Ions in a Penning trap

  • D. Ursescu (Lasers, Romania)
    X-ray lasers for ions spectroscopy

  • A. Volotka (Institut fuer Theoretische Physik , Germany)
    Hyperfine structure in heavy ions: towards a test of QED in strong fields

  • G. Vorobjev (Atomic Physics GSI-Darmstadt, Germany)
    The status of the HITRAP project

  • G. Weber (Atomic Physics GSI-Darmstadt, Germany)
    Linear polarization and angular distribution of Lyman-a1 radiation in H-like uranium

  • E. Widmann (Stefan Meyer Institute , Austria)
    Perspectives of Low-Energy Antiproton Physics at FLAIR

  • N. Winckler (Kernstruktur GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung, Germany)
    Observation of Non-Exponential Orbital Electron Capture : Decays of Hydrogen-Like 140Pr, 142Pm, and 122I Ions

  • A. Wolf (Max-Planck Institut fuer Kernphysik , Germany)
    Precision electron collision spectroscopy of highly charged ions