Invited speakers

Martin Tajmar, Prof., Technische Universität Dresden,Germany:
Revolutionary Propulsion for Future Spacecraft: Field Emission Thruster Developments at TU Dresden towards their First Flight Application

Yoon-Ho Song, Prof., ETRI, Korea:
Digital X-ray Sources Based on Field Emission from Nanomaterials

Erik Bunert, Leibniz University Hannover, Germany:
Pulsed Electron Source for Atmospheric Pressure Chemical Ionization in Ion Mobility Spectrometry

Takatoshi Yamada, Dr., AIST, Japan:
Field Emission Characteristics of n-type Diamond NEA Surface and Graphene/n-type Diamond Junction

Frank-Holm Rögner, Fraunhofer FEP, Germany:
New Types of Electron Beam Sources based on High-Voltage Glow-Discharge – Basics and Applications

Jan Dziuban, Prof., Wrocław University of Technology, Poland:
Miniaturized Vacuum Pumps and their Application

Rupert Huber, Prof., University of Regensburg, Germany:
Lightwave driven Scanning Tunneling Microscopy

Jochen Mannhart, Prof., MPI Stuttgart, Germany:
Key Challenges for Thermionic and Thermoelectronic Power Conversion

David B. Go, Prof., University of Notre Dame, USA:
The Role of Field Emission on Plasma Formation at Microscale Dimensions

Rémi Dussart, Prof., Université d’Orléans, France:
Ignition and operation of microdischarge arrays on silicon wafers

Hrvoje Petek, Prof., University of Pittsburgh, USA:
Ultrafast multiphoton thermionic photoemission from graphite