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The opening of Pre-RGD32 online workshop is two weeks away.
We are very grateful for the warm response from the RGD community that exceeded our expectations despite the difficulties we still face in the pandemic. The final program includes 3 invited plenary lectures and 18 sessions (109 contributed presentations) over 3 days.
Today we are very pleased to inform you about presentation video website:
Please leave your questions after watching the presentation video. Collected questions will be passed to the presenters so that the presenters may prepare answers to the questions in advance. Some videos are missing but will be uploaded soon.
Three real-time invited lectures are:
Dr. Li-Shi Luo
Dept. of Mathematics & Statistics, Old Dominion University, USA
“The Saga of LBE’s Quest for RGD Effects”
Dr. Alessandro De Giacomo
Dept. of Chemistry, University of Bari, Italy
“Laser Induced Plasma Dynamics: From Atomic and Molecular Spectra to Particle Formation”
Dr. Alina Alexeenko
Dept. of Aeronautics & Astronautics and Chemical Engineering, Purdue University, USA
“Fluid Mechanics in Fight Against COVID19 Pandemic”
We will send an e-mail with Zoom ID one week prior to the workshop. All presenters, co-authors, session chairs, LOC/LAC/IAC, and previous RGD30/31 participants will receive the e-mail with Zoom ID from us.
If you do not belong to the above group, please fill out the below form to apply for a Zoom ID:
Google Form for Workshop Registration: https://forms.gle/nwtNt3x8UMQvkABs9
The program overview, the detailed program, the book of abstracts, and FAQ are attached to this e-mail and also available at our website.
We look forward to welcome you at the virtual workshop on July 7th-10th, 2021.
Rho Shin Myong (Chair, LOC), Kun Xu (Co-Chair, LOC), Jong-Shinn Wu (Co-Chair, LOC)
Domenico Bruno (Chair, International Advisory Committee of RGD)
RGD in Six Decades
Nice (France, 1958) Berkeley (USA, 1960) Paris (France, 1962) Toronto (Canada, 1964)
Oxford (UK, 1966) Cambridge (USA, 1968) Pisa (Italy, 1970) Stanford (USA, 1972)
Gottingen (Germany, 1974) Aspen (USA, 1976) Cannes (France, 1978) Charlottesville (USA, 1980)
Novosibirsk (Russia, 1982) Tsukuba (Japan, 1984) Grado (Italy, 1986) Pasadena (USA, 1988)
Aachen (Germany, 1990) Vancouver (Canada, 1992) Oxford (UK, 1994) Beijing (China, 1996)
Marseille (France, 1998) Sydney (Australia, 2000) Whistler (Canada, 2002) Bari (Italy, 2004)
Saint-Petersburg (Russia, 2006) Kyoto (Japan, 2008) Pacific Grove (USA, 2010) Zaragoza (Spain, 2012)
Xian (China, 2014) Victoria (Canada, 2016) Glasgow (UK, 2018) Seoul (South Korea, 2022)