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Monday, 3rd May 1999
  Session 1, Chairman : H. Haseroth  
09:00 Nakagawa T. Recent Developments of RIKEN ECRISs (18 GHz ECRIS and Liquid He free SC ECRIS) Abstract
09:30 Ciavola G. Production of intense highly charged ion beams with SERSE Abstract
10:00 Leroy R. Ion source developments for stable and radioactive ion beams at Ganil Abstract
Session 2, Chairman : C.M. Lyneis
11:00 Lamoureux M. Bremsstralung analysis through the microwave cutoff and afterglow performances Abstract
11:30 Drentje A.G. Ion Behavior and Gas Mixing in electron cyclotron resonance plasmas as sources of highly charged ions Abstract
12:00 Kitagawa A. Recent Developments for ECR Ion Sources at HIMAC Abstract
Poster Session 1
  Alexandrov V. Numerical Simulation of Multicomponent Ion Beam from Ion Sources Abstract
  Efremov A. Ion Source DECRIS-3 Abstract
  Mannel C. Plasma-wall-interaction in ECRIS II Abstract
  Nadzeyka A. Ion Heating Experiments in the Afterglow of an ECR Ion Source Abstract
  Wolters U. Low energy X-ray spectroscopy of nitrogen in an ECR-discharge Abstract
  Wolters U. Threshold behaviour and wave dispersion in an ECR-discharge Abstract
  May D.P. The Plans for a Two-Frequency Upgrade to the Texas A & M ECR Ion Source ECR2* Abstract
  Lebius H. Status of the low-energy highly charged ion beam facility AIM Abstract
  Hollandt J. The Electron Cyclotron Resonance Light Source Assembly of PTB - ELISA Abstract
  Biri S. PSI-ECRIT(S): a hybrid magnetic system with a mirror ratio of 10 for H-like heavy ion production and trapping Abstract
  Zhang X.Z. A Compact ECR Source at IMP Abstract

Tuesday, 4th May 1999
  Session 3, Chairman : P. Sortais  
09:00 Lyneis C.M. Progress report of the 3rd Generation ECR ion source fabrication Abstract
09:30 Bogomolov S.L. Production of Ions of Metals with an ECR Ion Source at FLNR (JINR) cyclotrons Abstract
10:00 Koivisto H. The effect of microwave frequency and grad B on the ECR heating. Abstract
Session 4, Chairman : K. Langbein
11:00 Heinen A. Heating and Trapping of Electrons in ECRIS from Scratch to Afterglow Abstract
11:30 Biri S. Highly Charged Ion Production Using an Electrode in Biased and Floating Modes Abstract
12:00 Kidera M. Effect of Biased Electrode to High Energetic Electrons in Plasma of RIKEN18 GHz ECRIS Abstract
14:00 Schindl K. Ions in LHC and the injector chain Abstract
14:30 Stock R. First results on Quark Matter creation with nuclear collisions at the SPS. Abstract
Poster Session 2
  Drentje A.G. Status report of the ECR ion sources at the KVI. Abstract
  Drentje A.G. Can a Hexapole magnet of an ECR Ion Source be too strong? Abstract
  Gammino S. Study of charge state enhancement by means of the coupling of a Laser Ion Source to the ECR ion source SERSE Abstract
  Tinschert K. Investigation of the Afterglow Mode with the Caprice ECRIS for the GSI Heavy-Ion-Synchrotron Operation Abstract
  Lamy T. Characteristics of the injected ion beam in the E.C.R. charge breeder 1+-> n+. Abstract
  Barue C. Metallic ion developments at GANIL Abstract
  Arje J. Status report of the JYFL-ECR ion sources Abstract
  Schaechter L. Metal-dielectric structures for high charge state ion production in ECR plasma. Abstract
  Dobrescu S. Romanian 14 GHz ECR Ion Source RECRIS: main features and first operation Abstract
  Kuechler D. Spectroscopic Investigations of Nitrogen Loaded ECR Plasmas Abstract

Wednesday, 5th May 1999
  Session 5, Chairman : B. Wolf  
09:00 Wutte D. Radioactive ion beam development in Berkeley Abstract
09:30 Gammino S. Installation of ECR2 at LNS and Preliminary tests Abstract
10:00 Spaedtke P. 2D and 3D Simulation of Ion Beam Extraction from the ECR Ion Source Abstract
Session 6, Chairman : A. Drentje
11:00 Sortais P. Advanced Implantation systems and development of general purpose unlimited lifetime ECRIS for application on implantation devices. Abstract
11:30 Chauvin N. The 1+ -> n+charge breeding method for the production of radioactive and stable continuous /pulsed multi-charged ion beams. Abstract
12:00 Shirkov G. Multicomponent Consideration of Electron Fraction of ECR Source Plasma Abstract
Session 6a, Chairman : A. Drentje
14:00 Geller R. The ECR (1+n+) systems and the radioactive beam facilities Abstract
Poster Session 3
  Yokota W. Status of ECR ion sources at JAERI Abstract
  Matsuda M. In-terminal ECR Ion Source of the Tandem Accelerator at JAERI Abstract
  Hohn O. Status of the Frankfurt 14GHz-ECRIS-(ve)RFQ Facility Abstract
  Runkel S. Time Resolved Experiments at the Frankfurt 14 GHz ECR Ion Source Abstract
  Wenander F. Experiments on the Pulsed Afterglow Operation of an ECR Ion Source Abstract
  Vondrasek R.C Status of the new 14 GHz Electron-Cyclotron-Resonance Ion Source (ECRIS) at the Heavy Ion Accelerator Facility ATLAS Abstract
  Zorin V.G. Formation of Multicharged Ions at Quasi-Gasdynamic Plasma Confinement in a Mirror trap Abstract
  Zorin V.G. Tornado type closed magnetic trap for an ECR source Abstract
  Andrae H.J. An ECRIS Driven in a Single Mode Microwave Cavity with Variable Pressure Abstract
  Broetz F. An All-Permanent Magnet 10 GHz "Multi-Mode" ECR Ion Source for the Production of Metallic Ions. Abstract
  Sudlitz K. 10 GHz ECRIS for Warsaw Cyclotron. Abstract
  Pardo R. C Upgrade of the ATLAS 10 GHz ECRIS Abstract

Thursday, 6th May 1999
  Session 7, Chairman : G. Ciavola  
09:00 Mironov V. Laser Ablation Plasma Injection into the Frankfurt 14 GHz ECRIS Abstract
09:30 Zhao H.W. Performance of a New 14.5 GHz IMP ECR Ion Source Abstract
10:00 Girard A. Transport of charged particles in the plasma of an ECRIS Abstract
Session 8, Chairman : D.P. May
11:00 Niimura M. Observed Interchange Instability that Proves Hot-Electron Ring even in Min-B ECRIS and thus Validates Cross-Field Heating Model Abstract
11:30 Hitz D., Sortais P. High Current, High frequency ECRIS development program for LHC heavy ion beam application Abstract

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