LIST OF INVITED TALKS

 1. Natalya Andrianova, Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University), Russia
           Corrugation of Carbon Fibers under High-Fluence Ion Irradiation: Perspectives and Applications
 2. Peter Bauer , Johannes Kepler Universitat Linz Institut fur Experimentalphysik , Austria
           Electronic Stopping of protons in solids: transmission versus backscattering
 3. Evgeny Buntov , Ural Federal University, Russia
           Atomic structure, bonding and morphology of carbyne-containing films
 4. Arnaud Delcorte , Universite' Catholique de Louvain, Belgium
           Organic film analysis, molecular transfer and nanomechanics using large argon cluster beams
 5. Steve Donnelly, University of Huddersfield Queensgate , UK
           The use of ion irradiation in-situ in a transmission electron microscope to gain insights into ion-solid interactions
 6. Sergei Dudarev, Culham Centre for Fusion Energy , UK
           Multiscale modeling of stresses and strains induced by irradiation
 7. Andre Galli, Physikalisches Institut, University of Bern, Switzerland
           Sputtering of water ice by sulfur ions
 8. Daniela Gogova, Bulgarian Academy of Science , Bulgaria
           A newly rediscovered wide band-gap semiconductor gallium oxide: in-situ and ex-situ doping
 9. Hans Hofsaess, Georg-August-Universitat Gottingen, Germany
           Prediction of ion-induced surface pattern formation using Monte Carlo simulations and comparison with experiments
 10. Marko Karlusic, Ruder Boskovic Institute, Croatia
           Swift heavy ions for nanopatterning surfaces and defects engineering
 11. Jae-Sung Kim, Sook-Myung Women's University, Seoul, Korea
           Nanoscale pattern formation at surfaces in unconventional formats
 12. Eli Kolodney, Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
           Emission of velocity correlated clusters in fullerence-solid single collision. A new sputtering mechanism.
 13. Arkady Krasheninnikov, Helmholtz Zentrum Dresden, Germany
           Effects of ion irradiation on two-dimensional targets : what is different from bulk materials?
 14. Alexander Lebedev, Ioffe Physical-Technical Institute, Russia
           Radiation resitance of Silicon Carbide and devices on it base
15. Christian Linsmeier, Institut fur Energie- und Klimaforschung - Plasmaphysik, Germany
           Hydrogen retention and release from fusion first wall materials
16. Johan Malherbe, University of Pretoria, South Africa
           Title of presentation will be available later
17. Marcos Moro, Uppsala University, Sweden
           Systematic analysis of electronic stopping for transition and rare-earth elements
18. Kazamasa Narumi, Takasaki Advanced Radiation Research Institute JAEA,
           National Institutes for Quantum and Radiological Science and Technology (QST), Japan
           Recent activities with the use of C60 ion beams in TIARA, QST/Takasaki
19. Olga Ogorodnikova, National Research Nuclear University MEPhI, Russia
           Ion-driven deuterium and helium retention and surface modification in Fe- and W- based materials.
20. Srdjan Petrovic, Vin?a Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Serbia
           Universal rainbow channeling potential.
21. Daniel Primetzhofer, Uppsala University, Sweden
           Ion-solid interaction studied by TOF-MEIS: electronic excitations, photon & particle emission
22. Andres Redondo-Cubero, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid Campus Cantoblanco, Spain
           Self-organized silicide nanodot patterns by medium-energy ion beam sputtering
23. Nikolai Sobolev, University of Aveiro, Portugal
           Modification of interface-controlled parameters of perpendicular magnetic junctions by ion beams
24. Tapobrata Som, Institute of Physics Bhubaneswar, India
           Self-organized nanoscale pattern formation by ion beams
25. Paul Szabo, Technische Universitat Wien, Austria
           Sputtering of mercury and moon analogues by solar wind ions
26. Alexander Tolstoguzov, Ryazan State Radio Engineering University, Portugal
           Ion-beam sources based on superionic conductors
27. Philipp Valerius, University of Cologne, Germany
           Reversible crystalline-to-amorphous phase transition in monolayer MoS2 on Gr/Ir (111) by Xe+ ion irradiation
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