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[en] The International Conference on the Physics of Highly Ionised Atoms at Oxford during July 1984 incorporated the Seventh International Conference on Beam-Foil Spectroscopy. In order to provide continuity with the previous Beam-Foil Conferences, a session - introduced by the two acknowledged pioneers of the technique - was devoted to topical beam-foil experiments and ion-surface interactions. The Oxford meeting, however, accommodated not only current research on interactions between conventionally accelerated particles and solid or gaseous targets but attempted to provoke discussions on a wider range of topical problems involving highly stripped ions. These Proceedings include most of the invited talks as well as contributed papers grouped into six topics viz, collision processes involving highly stripped ions, fundamental problems in atomic structure, novel sources of highly stripped ions, beam-foil spectroscopy, spectroscopy of highly ionised atoms in the laboratory and in astrophysics, and novel aspects of highly ionised atoms. (orig./KP)
[en] The Proceedings of the 18th Middle Atlantic Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society held May 21-23, 1984, include information about the meeting, e.g. area map and list of exhibitors, and abstracts for most of the 397 papers. A few papers are only title listed. The papers are arranged into sections dealing with analytical chemistry, biochemistry, chemical education, environmental chemistry, fuel chemistry, history of chemistry, industrial and engineering chemistry, inorganic chemistry, photochemistry, physical chemistry, polymer chemistry, and polymeric materials. Sections are also included to highlight undergraduate research and papers by chemical technicians and younger chemists. Separate abstracts have been prepared for 36 papers
[en] This volume brings together theorists, modelers and experimentalists working in the field of actinide science to present and discuss the latest breakthroughs in a field that spans materials science, condensed matter physics and chemistry
[en] These closing remarks are not supposed to be a summary talk, for this please have a look to the individual contributions to be published in the proceedings, but rather some considerations on future prospects for antiproton physics. However, first I would like to appreciate the organizers idea for giving me the opportunity to thank them for a well balanced, exciting and interesting conference LEAP-2011 in this marvelous city of Vancouver. I am sure we all loved to be here and enjoyed the hospitality and the bond of friendship we could experience during these days. We appreciate the patience and help of all the local organizers where I especially would like to mention Jana Thomson for her endless and helpful assignment. Thank you all—the participants, the speakers, the conference chair, the sponsors—for making this conference a success and we are looking forward to the next occasion in this series of meetings which will be celebrated in Uppsala.