The 2018 GEC (Portland, Oregon, USA, Nov 5-9) has kindly agreed to again host a discussion session on the Plasma Data Exchange project and the LXCat Platform at 7 pm on Wednesday Nov 7. Emile Carbone (Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics, Garching) and Jan van Dijk (Technical University, Eindhoven) are organizing this event. Details… Read More »
The annual informal LXCat discussion is tentatively scheduled for 7 pm, Wednesday 8 November. The meeting room will be announced later. Organizing the session is Dr. Larry Viehland, Professor of Chemistry, Chatham University, Pittsburgh, PA. Check the conference website for further details and updates: http://www.apsgec.org/gec2017/lxcat_discussion.php
Technical support and development team for LXCAT project The Plasma Data Exchange Project is a community-based project which was initiated as a result of a public discussion held at the 2010 Gaseous Electronics Conference (GEC), a leading international meeting for the Low-Temperature Plasma community. This project aims to address, at least in part, the well-recognized… Read More »
An informal meeting to discuss questions, suggestions and future plans for the LXCat project will be held at the 69th annual Gaseous Electronics Conference on Wednesday, October 12th, 2016. If you are a current/future user or contributor, or if you are simply interested in knowing more about the project, please plan to attend.
The non-profit association “Data for modeling plasmas” (DMP) was granted existence in France in July 2015 under the official name “Données pour la Modélisation des Plasmas”. The objective of this association as stated in its by-laws is to facilitate the exchange of numerical tools and data for modeling the physics and chemistry of plasmas. Although… Read More »