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The AIV XXIV Conference focuses on several strategic and fundamental goals of Horizon 2020 program and looking ahead to Horizon Europe, the next EU Research & Innovation program (2021-2027). The Conference will be a forum for researchers to present the most recent developments, provide prospects for development, promote competitiveness and innovation in the global economic growth and stimulate collaborative efforts between researchers and industrial world.
The conference program will feature oral and poster presentations that provide scientific information and ideas relevant to the topic sessions.
Sabrina Sartori (Department of Technology Systems, University of Oslo, Norway)
Towards next-generation renewable energy technologies
(Synthesis of multifunctional surfaces, Interface design, nanostructured coatings and surfaces for applications in harsh environments)
- Maria Dinescu (National Institute for Laser Plasma and Radiation Physics, RO)
Lasers in soft material engineering: Laser Direct Writing via Multi Photon Absorption and Laser Induced Forward Transfer
- Davide Mariotti (Ulster University, UK)
Atmospheric pressure plasmas for energy materials
(Catalysis, nanosized electronics, energy harvesting, biotechnology and bio-medical research)
- Cecilia Pederzolli (FBK – Povo (TN))
Smart biointerfaces for cancer biomarkers analysis in extracellular fluids
Marco Smerieri (Istituto dei materiali per l'elettronica ed il magnetismo-CNR)
Understanding biointerfaces at the nanoscopic level
(The session focuses on the latest developments on running and planned fusion experiments)
- Rudolf Neu (Max-Planck-Institut für Plasmaphysik , Garching (DE)
Materials and components for DEMO
- Hans Van Eck (FOM Institute DIFFER, Netherlands)
Contribution of a linear device to fusion research (Magnum PSI)
(Exploiting additive manufacturing, Materials and processes, Design for additive manufacturing, Next generation of additive manufacturing technologies)
- Barbara Mazzolai (IIT – Pisa),
Plant-like soft robots growing by additive manufacturing
- Enrico Tamburini (SPEA – Volpiano, TO)
Progetto SMART3D (Industry 4.0)
The Italian contribution in vacuum technology
- Paolo Chiggiato (CERN – Ginevra, Svizzera)
Vacuum technology at CERN: perspective for the next 10 years.
- Giulia Lanza (SLAC National Laboratory, Menlo Park, USA)
Vacuum layout of LCLS-II
(New materials, technologies and approaches for a sustainable development)
- Cosimo Gerardi (Enel Green Power)
High efficiency HJT solar cells: Innovative silicon based PV technology for reducing energy generation costs in solar plants.
- T. Col. Franco Colombo (Meteorologo - Servizio Meteo Aeronautica)
WRF-SOLAR: L'utilizzo dei modelli meteorologici a supporto delle produzioni energetiche
Submit your abstract in 3 simple steps!
Step 1: Guidelines
The abstract to be submitted can contain text and images without attachments and/or executable files.
Abstract should be original work. All abbreviations must be spelled out on first use. Abstract should be thoroughly checked for spelling and grammar.
Please noted that AIV allows the submission of only one paper for registration. Of course, a corresponding author can be the same for multiple papers, but each paper should have a different registered author participating the conference.
The abstract must summarize the problem, approach and results obtained. It must be objective and technical. No trade names, trademarks, product names or a commercial tone allowed.
Prepare your abstract following the template provided at the following link:
Step 2: How to submit
Abstracts must be submitted through the conference registration form. Submission by any other means, such as mail or email, will not be accepted. Do not make multiple submissions of the same abstract. Abstracts must be prepared in English.
During the submission please select the topic of the abstract between the list presented.
All abstracts will be reviewed by the scientific committee on the basis of the scientific quality and of the relevance with respect to the conference themes and objectives.
A confirmation will be sent to the email address given when submitted. Author notification will be sent by March 31th, 2019. In the notification it will be clarified if the presentation will be oral or with a poster.
Presentation Times: 20 minutes for technical presentations.
If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Step 3: submit
You can submit your abstract at the following link:
Link to the registration form
Contribution must be of technical-scientific nature. Promotional material will be rejected.
The poster must be in English and have the max. following dimensions: 80 cm (width) x 120 cm (height).
The authors are responsible to bring and place their poster on the stand at the beginning of the Conference and to remove it at the end of the event.
AIV is offering a student award for the best oral or poster presentation. The award consists of a certificate and a cash prize of 400 €. A maximum of three finalists will be selected. The selection of finalists and the award winner will be made by the scientific committees based on scientific merit and originality of their work.
On the registration form, participants can select to take the course in Basic Vacuum.
The course will be held on 7th May 2019, from 10:00 to 18:00, at the Hilton Hotel, Viale Jannuzzo, 47, 98035 Giardini Naxos (ME). The course will be held in ITALIAN language.
On the registration form, participants can select to take the course in Horizon 2020 Project Management and Finance. From Horizon 2020 to Horizon Europe. The course will be held on 9th May 2019, from 13:30 to 15:00, at the Hilton Hotel, Viale Jannuzzo, 47, 98035 Giardini Naxos (ME). The course will be held in ITALIAN language.
Call for paper
Original research papers will be considered for publication in Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology B (AVS).
JVST October 2018
XXIV AIV 2019 - JVST Manuscript Submission Information
Conference Center Hilton Giardini Naxos, Sicily (IT)
(Istituto di Fisica del Plasma, CNR – Milano),
M +39 348 5465168
*born in 1989 and successive years
AIV was established in 1963 as Italian Vacuum Association with the aim of fostering the diffusion of the knowledge in vacuum science and technology and its application to surface and material sciences, interfaces and materials for the electronic, thin films, plasma physics as well as metallurgy. From the very beginning AIV has devoted remarkable efforts to connect the industrial and the academic worlds, trying to have them communicate effectively through dedicated initiatives, like workshops, seminars, conferences or schools. Since January 2008 AIV has changed his name in AIV-Italian Association of Science and Technology, redefining its scopes and broadening them to encompass the diffusion of the knowledge of vacuum science and technology in a variety of fields and applications related to new materials, devices and processes based on vacuum. With this change the focus of the Association is shifted from the pure vacuum science and technology to a variety of consolidated and emerging areas which have vacuum as a common thread. AIV is a member of International Union for Vacuum Science, Technique and Applications (IUVSTA).
|Regular||Regular + vacuum course||Student*|
|Access to all scientific sessions|
|Access to poster and industry exhibitions|
|Certificate of attendance|
|Free copy of congress abstract|
|The book “Introduzione alla Tecnologia del Vuoto” Ed. Ferrario|
|Invitation to the opening ceremony and welcome reception|
|Invitation to the social events & cultural tours|
|Invitation to the Gala Dinner|
|Includes vacuum course|
|Includes H2020 course|
|Includes AIV membership 2019|
The AIV XXIV will give an opportunity to network and showcase your company to educators, students, industry executives and senior technical professionals