IET 20th Pulsed Power Symposium (PPS)

Venue: CCLRC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory

Location: Didcot, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Sep 17, 2007 End Date/Time: Sep 19, 2007
Registration Date: Aug 24, 2007
Early Registration Date: Aug 03, 2007
Abstract Submission Date: May 19, 2007
Paper Submission Date: Aug 17, 2007
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This popular event will bring together industrialists, academics, researchers and students to discuss the broad range of recent advances in research and applications for pulsed power.

The event will commence with a welcome reception on the evening of Monday, 17 September 2007. The Symposium will take place on Tuesday, 18 September 2007 and be followed by the Practical Pulsed Power Workshop and Technical Visits to the CCLRC facilities on Wednesday, 19 September 2007.

Benefits of Attending

Gain insider understanding of what has been happening in your industry and what the future is likely to hold
Each session will be followed by a discussion period where you can talk directly to world-class experts
A selection of poster papers, reporting the latest, most significant findings on many general and specific topics will be presented for discussion
Interact with representatives from other companies to gain greater insight into what is going on in the pulsed power marketplace
Raise awareness of your own pulsed power projects amongst delegates representing companies and organisations of direct relevance to you
Maximise your future potential by forming links with those that you meet, with the aim of developing longer-term, commercial or research collaborations
Who Should Attend?

Professional engineers working with pulsed power applications
Academics developing new pulsed power technologies
Students with an interest in the use of pulsed power
All those with an interest in current, emerging and future pulsed power technologies


Additional Information

Call for Papers Topics that will be considered: Industrial applications, including blasting, chemical, mechanical, plasmas and ordnance Scientific applications, including high energy physics, environmental, EM launchers, medical & biological, radiation sources intense beams, high power microwaves, plasmas, accelerators & lasers Novel, compact, high repetition rate or high energy pulsed power supplies Opening and closing switches, including solid state, vacuum, magnetic and spark gap devices Compact power supplies Gaseous, liquid and solid insulation studies High speed diagnostics Modelling and computational techniques High Power RF High Voltage Components How to submit an abstract for consideration