electrostatics 2015

Programme


Please note that the programme is subject to change.

The event will start with registration for early arrivals on Sunday 12 April (timings and location to be confirmed). The main conferences sessions will start at 08:45 on Monday 13 April and close at lunchtime on Thursday 16 April.

 Overview    Monday 13 April   Tuesday 14 April   Wednesday 15 April  Thursday 16 April  

Poster session 1 (Monday)
    Poster session 2 (Tuesday)

Poster session 1 (Monday 13 April)

 
P1.01 

Safe housing ensured by an electric field screen that excludes insect-net permeating haematophagous mosquitoes carrying human pathogens
Yoshinori Matsuda, Kinki University, Japan

P1.02

Avoidance of an electric field by insects: Fundamental biological phenomenon for an electrostatic pest-exclusion strategy
Hideyoshi Toyoda, Kinki University, Japan

P1.03

Frequency dependence and assembly characteristics of Ag nanomaterials trapped by dielectrophoresis
Ryosuke Kataoka, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan

P1.04

Intelligent electrostatic induction hydraulic spray nozzle for controlling cotton plant insects
Murtadha Al-Mamury, Brunel University London, UK

P1.05

Physico-chemical qualification of a universal portable sampler for aerosols and water-soluble gases
Jean-Maxime Roux, CEA, France

P1.06

Modulation of urban atmospheric electric field measurements with the wind direction in Lisbon (Portugal)
Hugo G Silva, Universidade de Evora, Portugal

P1.07

Spectral response of atmospheric electric field measurements near AC high voltage power lines
Hugo G Silva, Universidade de Évora, Portugal

P1.08

Simulations of the Global Electrical Circuit coupled to local Potential Gradient measurements
Hugo G Silva, Universidade de Évora, Portugal

P1.09

Preliminary results on soil-emitted gamma radiation and its relation with the local atmospheric electric field at Amieira, Portugal
Hugo G Silva, Universidade de Évora, Portugal

P1.10

Exact solution for the interaction of two equal sized charged conducting spheres
Shubho Banerjee, Rhodes College, USA

P1.11

Structure of near-electrode dissociation-recombination layers under DC stress
Vladimir Chirkov, St. Petersburg State University, Russian Federation

P1.12

Comparative analysis of numerical simulation and PIV experimental results for a flow caused by field-enhanced dissociation
Sergei Vasilkov, St. Petersburg State University, Russian Federation

P1.13

Electrical properties of elastomeric nanodirelectrics
Geoffrey Mitchell, Institute Polytechnic Leiria, Portugal

P1.14

Local structure of polymers in surface dominated nanodielectrics
Geoffrey Mitchell, Institute Polytechnic Leiria, Portugal

P1.15

Observation of charge separation and gas discharge during sliding friction between metal and insulator
Takashi Miura, National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, Japan

P1.16

Laboratory bench for the characterization of triboelectric properties of polymers
Bogdan Neagoe, Institut P’ – CNRS – Université de Poitiers – ENSMA, France

P1.17

Experimental characterization of triboelectric charging of polyethylene powders
Ladislav Konopka, Institute of Chemical Technology Prague, Czech Republic

P1.18

Operating parameters that influence the extent of electrostatic charging in gas-solid fluidized beds
Poupak Mehrani, University of Ottawa, Canada

P1.19

Material separation of catalytic ceramics based on electric field effects
Dominic Trunzer, Aschaffenburg University of Applied Sciences (UAS), Germany

P1.20

Design and performance of a small-scale wind turbine exploiting an electret-based electrostatic conversion
Matthias Perez, University of Grenoble / CEA, France

P1.21

Effect of electrostatic field on microstructure of diabetic rat skin
Jian Jiang, Second Military Medical University, China

P1.22

Transient interaction model of electromagnetic field generated by lightning current pulses and human body
Tamás Iváncsy, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary

P1.23

Time-resolved investigations of electrohydrodynamic flow evolution in needle-to-plate positive corona discharge
Janusz Podlinski, The Szewalski Institute of Fluid Flow Machinery, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland

P1.24

Numerical modeling and simulation of aerial vehicle charging and discharging process
Du Zhaoheng, Institute of Electrostatic and Electromagnetic Protection, China

P1.25

A strong connection between tribocharges and friction force at interfaces
Thiago A L Burgo, National Nanotechnology Laboratory, Brazil


Key dates

  • Abstract submission deadline (poster only):
    9 January 2015
    • Paper submission deadline:
      3 February 2015
  • Early registration deadline:
    28 February 2015
  • Registration deadline:
    1 April 2015

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