
Scientific Programme
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Plenary session – Tuesday 8:30  Room Fernando Pessoa
Parallel Session I – Tuesday 10:35  Room Fernando Pessoa
Parallel Session II – Tuesday 10:35  Small Auditorium
Plenary session – Tuesday 14:00  Room Fernando Pessoa
Plenary session – Wednesday 8:30  Room Fernando Pessoa
Parallel Session I – Wednesday 10:35  Room Fernando Pessoa
Parallel Session II – Wednesday 10:35  Small Auditorium
Plenary session – Thursday 8:30  Room Fernando Pessoa
Parallel Session I – Thursday 10:35  Room Fernando Pessoa
Parallel Session II – Thursday 10:35  Small Auditorium
Plenary session – Thursday 14:00  Room Fernando Pessoa
Plenary session – Friday 8:30  Room Fernando Pessoa
Parallel Session I – Friday 10:35  Room Fernando Pessoa
Parallel Session II – Friday 10:35  Small Auditorium
Poster Session 1 – Tuesday 16:20
 P1.001  M. Shoucri et al., A VlasovMaxwell Code for the Numerical Study of the Stimulated Raman Scattering in the Kinetic regime
 P1.002  D. Cai et al., Three dimensional bifrucation of magnetsophseric magnetic field in 3D global PIC simulation
 P1.003  A.J. Christlieb et al., GridFree Electromagnetic Particle Simulations
 P1.004  J. Labadin et al., Mathematical Modeling on Electrostatic Model of Dielectric Barrier Discharge
 P1.005  H. Burau et al., GPUbased ParticleinCell Simulations
 P1.006  C. Benedetti et al., Simulating the laserplasma interaction with highorder PIC codes
 P1.007  J.W.S. Blokland et al., Interaction between fast particles and magnetohydrodymanical waves in the presence of toroidal flow
 P1.008  P. Jel?nek et al., Impulsively generated wave trains in a solar coronal loop
 P1.009  T. Umeda et al., Vlasov simulation on the interaction between solar wind and a dielectric body
 P1.010  hamid reza pakzad, Effect of nonthermal electron on solitons in plasma with positron and warm ion
 P1.011  I. N. Inovenkov et al., Numerical Simulation of Magnetic Reconnection in 3D Geometry and the Catastrophe Theory
 P1.012  Z. Meliani et al., Decelerating magnetized relativistic twocomponent jets
 P1.013  J. Skala et al., MHD simulations of currentsheet instabilities in solar flares
 P1.014  Y. Matsumoto et al., Comparative study of global MHD simulations of the terrestrial magnetosphere with different modern numerical schemes
 P1.015  H. O. Ueda et al., Applying a Multigrid Method to Analysis of SpacecraftPlasma Interactions using Electrostatic ParticleInCell Simulations
 P1.015b  T. Muranaka et al., Applying a Multigrid Method to Analysis of SpacecraftPlasma Interactions using Electrostatic ParticleInCell Simulations (II)
 P1.016  H. Shionoya et al., Electron current drive by rotating magnetic field in a radiation shielding plasma for a space elevator
 P1.017  N. Terada et al., MHD and multifluid simulations of a planetary magnetosphere based on a semidiscrete central scheme
 P1.018  M. Varady et al., Formation of Balmer lines in impulsively heated solar flare atmosphere
 P1.019  S. Kumar et al., Numerical simulation of kinetic Alfv?n waves to study turbulence in plasmas
 P1.020  S. Kumar et al., Nonlinear effects associated with the dispersive Alfv?n waves in space plasmas
 P1.021  L.S.Taleb Miandehy et al., Investigation of Energy Deposition of Charged Particles and Neutrons in Inertial Confinement Fusion Plasma
 P1.022  L.Gholamzadeh kelishomy et al., Investigation of Energy Deposition of Heavy Ion Beams on a Spherical Target in Inertial Confinement Fusion
 P1.023  N. Azizi et al., Threshold for laser driven block ignition for fusion energy from helium3 helium3
 P1.024  F. Fiuza et al., Numerical techniques for largescale PIC simulations of fast ignition
 P1.025  Madhurjya P Bora et al., Sawtooth oscillations in presence of arbitrary plasma flow
 P1.026  F. da Silva et al., A numerical study of forward and backscattering signatures on Doppler reflectometry signals
 P1.027  E. Havlickova et al., Parallel transport in the scrapeoff layer and the wall region of the TCV tokamak
 P1.028  C.V. Atanasiu et al., Response of a resistive wall with holes to an external kink mode in a tokamak
 P1.029  L. Terzolo et al., Simulation study of NBI heating and current drive using NUBEAM and ASTRA codes for KSTAR tokamak
 P1.030  T. Takahashi et al., Toroidal Spinup of a fieldreversed configuration plasma
 P1.031  I.M. IvanovaStanik et al., Verification and Benchmarking of the Impurity Transport Solver
 P1.032  R. Stankiewicz et al., Verification of the European Transport Solver for Transport Barrier
 P1.033  Atsushi Ito et al., Correlation of Surface Temperature and Hydrogen Coverage in Chemical Sputtering Processes on Graphite by Molecular Dynamics
 P1.034  S. Fujii et al., MonteCarlo simulation on a neutralization process of an accelerated compact torus plasma
 P1.035  E. S?nchez et al., Linear and nonlinear simulations using the EUTERPE gyrokinetic code
 P1.036  S. Mochalskyy et al., ONIX  3D PIC Modeling of the negative ion extraction from a plasma source.
 P1.037  K Saharia et al., Onedimensional Vlasov simulation of parallel transport in SOL region
 P1.038  E. Faudot et al., SEM code for radiofrequency sheath Physics
 P1.039  J. P. S.Bizarro et al., An Exercize on Code Verification in Magnetic Fusion Modelling
 P1.040  M. M. Tsventoukh, Selfconsistent modeling of a convective stability and MHDequilibrium of collisionless plasmas
 P1.041  S. A. Barengolts et al., A numerical model of preexplosive heating of microprotrusion by plasmawall interaction and ohmic heating consisted with thermofield emission
 P1.042  E.Yu. Echkina et al., On the energy scaling of the ions acceleration by high power electromagnetic waves in the radiation pressure dominated regime
 P1.043  P. Sharma et al., Suppression of stimulated Raman scattering due to localization of electron plasma wave in laser beam filaments
 P1.044  A. A. Gonoskov, High energy proton beam generation with superintense laser pulses: solid target optimization with FFT base parallel PIC code
 P1.045  Vladimir A. Skvortsov, Physics of the laser produced ''Magnetoms''
 P1.046  V. A. Skvortsov et al., The radiative magnetohydrodynamics of plasma produced by picosecond laser beams in gases
 P1.047  D. Dahiya et al., Influence of target curvature on proton acceleration by circularly polarized laser in radiation pressure acceleration regime
 P1.048  A. R. Niknam et al., Numerical investigation of ponderomotive force effect in an underdense plasma with a linear density profile
 P1.049  V. B Pathak et al., Assessing the role of bandwidth effects and frequency fluctuation in laser wake field generation with ensemble averaged PIC simu
 P1.050  G. Lehmann et al., Numerical stability analysis of relativistic solitons in 1D and 2D geometry
 P1.051  M. Ma?ek et al., Darwin (magnetoinductive) model for laser plasma
 P1.052  J. Vieira et al., Examining electron beam spin conditioning using particletracking simulations in QuickPIC
 P1.053  Fran?ois Vidal et al., Effect of chirp and pulse shaping on high harmonic generation from overdense plasmas
 P1.054  G. Coppa et al., Ergodic particle method for the simulation of the dynamics of nonneutral plasmas in the presence of electronneutral collisions
 P1.055  M. Marti et al., Ion acceleration from ultra intense lasers interacting with solid hydrogen targets: a parametric study of the ELI regime
 P1.056  J.L. Martins et al., Full radiation calculations based on PIC particle tracking
 P1.057  A. Bacci et al., Collimation of laser accelerated proton beams and transport into a a high field linac
 P1.058  Eduardo A. Orozco et al., 3D Particleincell simulation of spatial autoresonance electron beam motion
 P1.059  I. Litovko, Computer Simulation of Charge Particle Beam Extraction and Transport
 P1.060  J.M. Reynolds et al., Numerical Aspects of a code to solve the drift kinetic equations for electrons and ions in general toroidal geometries
 P1.061  A.A.Andreev et al., Simulations of laser ion acceleration in shaped masslimited targets
Poster Session 2 – Thursday 16:20
 P2.001  V. S. Filinov et al., Path integral Monte Carlo simulations of the strongly coupled Coulomb systems.
 P2.002  Alexander Fedoseev et al., Dust particles and gas discharge plasma interaction
 P2.003  K. Peerenboom et al., Numerical simulation of plasma creation and expansion in an argon arc
 P2.004  G.G. Bondarenko et al., Simulation of Gas Ionization in ArgonMercury Mixture Townsend Discharge
 P2.005  P. Kloc et al., Comparison of experiment and simulation of barrier discharge in argon.
 P2.006  V. Hrub? et al., 3D hybrid computer modelling of Langmuir probes of finite dimensions in low and medium pressure plasmas
 P2.007  S. S. Afghah et al., Simulation of dust size distribution effects on the stability of dust ion acoustic soliton
 P2.008  H. Abbasi et al., PIC simulation of dust acoustic soliton by considering dust size distribution
 P2.009  H. Abbasi et al., Comparison of charging procedure for spongy, elongated and spherical dust by numerical simulation in drifting plasma
 P2.010  A. Aissi et al., Influence of the radial profile of plasma species in a positive column on the amplification of a strongly saturated HeNe laser
 P2.011  J. Blazek et al., Fluid model of plasma sheath involving ion energy spectrum
 P2.012  P. Bartos et al., Study of low temperature plasma containing micronsized dust particles by hybrid computer simulations
 P2.013  W. H. Koh, Numerical Simulation of Nonlinear Dynamical Behavior in Thermionic Discharge at low Pressure
 P2.014  H. Abbasi et al., Influence of Trapped Electrons on IonAcoustic soliton excitation in Plasma from a Localized Potential
 P2.015  M. Jimenez et al., 2D axially symmetric computer simulation of microwave induced plasmas using Plasimo
 P2.016  B. Chaudhury et al., Computational studies of filamentary pattern formation in a high power microwave breakdown generated air plasma
 P2.017  K. Makasheva et al., Dipolar microwave plasma sources: plasma modelling and operational efficiency
 P2.018  L. Garrigues et al., Representation of anomalous electron transport through an effective collision frequency in the context of Hall effect thruster
 P2.019  A.lexy Goncharov et al., Computer model for plasma devices based on the plasma lens configuration
 P2.020  M. AlAmayreh et al., Study of the arc plasma inside an industrial electrical breaker
 P2.021  F. Taccogna, Two examples of space charged saturated sheaths: Hall thruster discharge and negative ion source.
 P2.022  Haining Gao et al., Modelling Study of Plasma Ignition and Combustion Stabilizing System
 P2.023  K. Matyash et al., Self consistent kinetic simulations of SPT and HEMP thrusters including the nearfield plume region
 P2.024  H. Usui et al., 3D Electromagnetic ParticleInCell Simulation of Microwave Magnetron
 P2.025  G. Hagelaar et al., Modeling of a high power large volume magnetized negative ion source
 P2.026  P. Sarrailh et al., Plasma production in a high power large volume magnetized negative ion source
 P2.027  T.Moritaka et al., Full PIC simulation study on magnetic inflation around a magneto plasma sail (MPS)
 P2.028  H. Nowakowska et al., Numerical analysis and optimization of power coupling efficiency in waveguidebased microwave plasma source
 P2.029  D. Pavelescu et al., Modeling of the electric arc motion in the circuit breaker TMF interruption systems
 P2.030  D. Kim et al., Numerical Analysis of Discharging Characteristics in Microwave Excited Ring Dielectric Line Surface Wave Plasma Apparatus
 P2.031  J. Shiraishi et al., Numerical matching scheme for stability analysis of flowing plasmas
 P2.032  K. Fukazawa et al., Performance measurement of electromagnetic fluid codes for space plasma on the various scalar massivelyparallel supercomputer s
 P2.033  T. Miyoshi et al., The HLLD approximate Riemann solver for magnetospheric simulations
 P2.034  M. Campos Pinto, Consistent coupling in FEMPIC codes for VlasovMaxwell Simulations
 P2.035  J.Greg?rio et al., Fast timerelaxation algorithm to solve plasma fluidequations
 P2.036  V.S. Lukin et al., Development and applications of HiFi  adaptive, implicit, high order finite element code for general multifluid applications.
 P2.037  T. Miyoshi et al., Very high resolution MHD simulation of magnetic reconnection at high magnetic Reynolds numbers
 P2.038  Wieslaw Marszalek, Singularly Perturbed ODE Models in Viscous Magnetohydrodynamics
 P2.039  A. Zahri et al., ParticleInCell/ Monte Carlo simulation of a low pressure rf plasma
 P2.040  Hossein Abbasi et al., A Parallel Vlasov Code Based on Characteristic method on the GPU
 P2.041  H. E. Ferrari et al., Numerical analysis of laserplasma electron acceleration in capillary tubes.
 P2.042  I. Shinohara et al., Results on a threedimensional full particle simulation of collisionless quasi perpendicular shock
 P2.043  P. Abreu et al., PIC codes in new processors: a full relativistic PIC code in CUDA enabled hardware with realtime visualization
 P2.044  M. Capitelli et al., Efficient energyconserving algorithm for electronelectron collisions in the P1 approximation to the Boltzmann equation
 P2.045  S. Roucka et al., Computational study of plasmasolid interaction at increasing pressures
 P2.046  F. Rogier et al., Particle in Cell Solver using Galerkin Discontinous Method
 P2.047  Q. Mukhtar et al., On Solving Singular Diffusion Equations with MonteCarlo Methods
 P2.048  Y.Nishimura, Coulomb collisional relaxation process of ion beams in linear magnetic confinement devices
 P2.049  J. H??k et al., An Adaptive deltaf Monte Carlo Method for FokkerPlanck Models
 P2.050  N. Crouseilles et al., Forward SemiLagrangian method for the Vlasov Poisson equations
 P2.051  A. V. Arsenin et al., Particle Modeling of Magnetic Neutral Loop Discharge plasma
 P2.052  David Bren et al., Numerical Simulation of Beam ? Target Plasma Interaction via FokkerPlanck Equation
 P2.053  M. Vranic et al., Comparison of radiaton cooling models for particleincell simulations
 P2.054  L. Gargat? et al., dHybrid: a 3D kinetic ion fluid electron code for space and astrophysical plasma simulations
 P2.055  T. T?ckmantel et al., Relativistic threedimensional hybrid code using an exponential integrator
 P2.056  M. T. Bettencourt et al., Improved Time Integration Techniques for EMPIC
 P2.057  H.Abbasi et al., Modeling of ionacoustic solitons in magnetized plasma with superthermal electrons using hybrid code
 P2.058  A. Mishchenko et al., Global particleincell simulations of Alfv?nic modes  the cancellation problem resolved
 P2.059  M. Rodr?guezPascual et al., NBI heating simulations of fusion plasmas on the Grid (FAFNER2)
 P2.060  X. Lapillonne et al., Development of a global version of the gyrokinetic microturbulence code GENE
 P2.061  H. R. Pakzad, Effect of nonisothermal electron on ion acoustic solitary waves in epi plasma
 P2.062  B.W. Ong et al., Parallel High Order Time Integrators
 P2.063  Lapo Bettarini et al., A new algorithm for the multiscale and multiphysics modelling of space and laboratory plasmas
 P2.064  S. Ishiguro et al., MultiScale Simulation Method Based on Micro Plasma Simulator
 P2.065  M. Nunami et al., A multiscale electromagnetic particle code with adaptive mesh refinement and its parallelization
 P2.067  N. Elkina et al., Development of a relativistic adaptive mesh refinement particleincell (AMRPIC) code
 P2.068  M. Barnes et al., Direct multiscale coupling of a transport code to gyrokinetic turbulence codes
 P2.069  Y. Tamura et al., Haptization on Numerical Simulation of Plasma
 P2.070  T.Vashakmadze et al., Numerical Realization of Kortewegde Vries and KadomtsevPetviashvili type Equations by Highorder Accuracy Schemes
 P2.071  A. K. F. Haque et al., Electron impact L and Mshell ionization cross sections of atoms at relativistic energies
 P2.072  Hiroaki Nakamura et al., Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Hydrogen Injection on Diamond Surfaces
 P2.073  A. V. Kochetov, Modeling of PlasmaField Dynamical Effects in Radiowave Modified Ionosphere
 P2.075  Klumov B., Local properties of 3D complex plasmas
Social Events
The social programme will include the welcoming reception, and the conference dinner. The conference excursion will take participant on a tour of "Historic Lisbon", starting of at the Eduardo VII park, followed by a visit to the "Sé de Lisboa", Lisbon's XII century cathedral, and a short walk on the medieval district "Alfama", dominated by XVI century buildings. This will be followed by a visit to the historic Belém district, including a visit to the "Jerónimos monastery", arguably the the most successful achievement of the Manueline style architecture, a quick stop at the famous "Pastéis de Belém" bakery, and finally with the "Torre de Belém", a fortified tower guarding the entrance of the Tejo river. The "Jerónimos monastery" and "Torre de Belém" are both UNESCO World Heritage Sites since 1983.
The excursion buses will depart from the conference venue at 14:30, and will return here at 18:30.
Companions may book extra touristic activities at the conference site (minimum pax required for particular activities).
