Invited Speakers

  • Heinrich Jaeger (University of Chicago, USA)
    "Collisional Contact Charging in Granular Materials"
  • Troy Shinbrot (Rutgers University, USA)
    "Asymmetric triboelectrification: unexpected charging patterns"
  • Lorin Matthews (Baylor University, USA)
    "Grain Charging in Astrophysical Environments"
  • Daniel Lacks (Case Western University, USA)
    "How do charged surfaces lose their charge?"
  • Christine Hartzell (University of Maryland, USA)
    "Tribocharging of Planetary Dust: An experiment and many follow-up questions"
  • Jacqueline Krim (North Carolina State University, USA)
    "Triboelectricity and the impact of mobile nanoscale species on friction in macroscale contacts"
  • Scott Waitukaitis (Institute of Science and Technology, Austria)
    "Making patch models for same-material tribocharging quantitative"
  • Marco Mazza (Loughborough University, UK)
    Hydrodynamic description of granular gases interacting via Coulomb forces
  • Nuno Araújo (Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal)
    "Dynamics of charged and polarized grains"
  • Jonathan Merrison (Aarhus University, Denmark)
    "Contact electrification in aerosolized dust "
  • Dietrich Wolf (Universität Duisburg-Essen, Germany)
    "Collisional cooling, aggregation and cluster stability of charged particles"
  • Gerhard Wurm (Universität Duisburg-Essen, Germany)
    "Collisional Charging in Planet Formation"
  • Bilge Baytekin (Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey)
    "Static discharging of polymers by light"
  • Corrado Cimarelli (LMU München, Germany)
    "The bright side of the plume: volcanic lightning and volcanic ash electrification"
  • Shuji Matsusaka (Kyoto University, Japan)
    "Characterization and control of particles charged by various methods in electric fields"
  • Tatsushi Matsuyama (Soka University, Tokyo, Japan)
    "Limitation of Tribocharging due to Gas Discharge"
  • Hubertus Thomas (DLR, Wessling, Germany)
    "Charges on particles in complex/dusty plasmas"
  • Daniel Robert  (University of Bristol, UK)
    "Electric ecology and aerial electroreception"