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Generals of the ISDEIV2023
The International Symposium on Discharge and Electrical Insulation in Vacuum (ISDEIV) is a non-profit, international organization whose purpose is to encourage the advancement of the science and application of electrical insulation and discharges in vacuum, primarily by conducting symposia for the exchange of scientific information. The Symposia are held biennially. They are interdisciplinary meetings for the exchange of results, presentation of progress, and discussion of ideas and challenges for the future in the field of electrical discharges and insulation in vacuum. Both fundamental and applied aspects are covered. Symposia program consist of invited talks, invited oral contributions, and posters. Minicourses and informal discussions on relevant topics may also be offered in addition to the regular Symposium schedule.
|Date||June 25th (Sun) - 30th (Fri), 2023 (tentative)|
|Venue||Okinawa Jichikaikan (Okinawa Pref. Municipal Center), 116-37, Asahimachi, Naha, Okinawa 900-0029, Japan|
|Host||Local Organizing Committee of ISDEIV2023|
|Publication||Special Issue of IEEE Trans. on Plasma Science|
|ISDEIV2023 Location PR|
Awards・The Dyke Award is administered to recognize an individual contributor to the science or application of electrical discharges or electrical insulation in vacuum for a body of significant contributions.
・The Chatterton Award is administered to recognize outstanding achievement of young investigators in the field of discharges and electrical insulation in vacuum and to encourage young scientists and engineers to enter this field.
・The "ISDEIV Best Paper Award – Japan Prize" is administered to recognize the most significant contribution of the past Symposium of ISDEIV. Significance will be judged by scientific or technological novelty and the likely impact on the fields of electrical discharges and electrical insulation in vacuum.
・The Best Film Award is administered to recognize the use of modern visualization techniques in particular movies and animation sequences in the field of discharges and electrical insulation in vacuum.
Walter P. Dyke Award
Any worker in the field may nominate a candidate. The nomination should be in the form of a letter to the Chair of the Awards Committee (currently Prof. Rene Smeets, mail to: rene.smeets(at)dnvgl.com), detailing the contribution of the candidate, and its significance. Publicity about the award should be included in each symposium proceedings, and in other media as appropriate. The deadline for nomination is November 30 of the year before the symposium.
Paul A. Chatterton Young Investigator Award
To be eligible for the Paul A. Chatterton Young Investigator Award, the candidate must
- be under the age of 35 as of the closing date of the symposium;
- present a paper at the ISDEIV in the Paul A. Chatterton Award Poster Session, of which he or she is either the sole author, or the first author of a multi-author paper (submission of a single-author paper is strongly encouraged).
Best Paper Award - Japan Prize
A. The contributions must be
- presented at the symposium
- included in the Proceedings of the symposium in award-worthy quality.
- An altered and expanded version of the symposium contribution is required to be accepted for publication in a peer reviewed journal as determined by PISC. As of 2012, IEEE Transactions of Plasma Science (TPS) and IEEE Transactions of Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation (DEI) continue to be the designated peer-reviewed journals. Authors of TPS Special Issue will be automatically considered. Authors of manuscripts to DEI are requested to inform the Chair of the Awards Committee, Prof. Rene Smeets (rene.smeets(at)dnvgl.com), of the acceptance of manuscript. This will help the committee to not overlook candidates.
B. One contribution and one alternate will be nominated by the Awards Committee, a subcommittee of PISC. The Awards Committee will consult with the IEEE Guest Editors and PISC members. PISC members or Award Committee members who are nominated are excluded from any further discussions of the nomination and selection process.
C. The nominated contribution and the possible alternate will be recommended by the Award Committee to PISC for final confirmation and approval.
D. The PISC will make the final determination at its "interim meeting" (via e-mail or phone conference) between the Symposia. The Chair and Secretary of PISC are responsible for the organizing this meeting.
Best Film Award
To be eligible for the Best Film Award, the candidate must present a paper at the ISDEIV symposium, in which the film is part of the work.
Venue and Access
|Deadline for abstract submission||September 15, 2022|
|Nortification of abstract acceptance||December 15, 2022|
|Deadline for full paper submission||March 15, 2023|
|Nortification of full paper acceptance||April 24, 2023|
|A:||BREAKDOWN AND FLASHOVER|
|A1.||Vacuum breakdown and pre-breakdown phenomena|
|A2.||Surface discharges and flashover phenomena|
|B1.||Switching in vacuum and related phenomena|
|B2.||Interaction of vacuum arcs with magnetic fields|
|B3.||Vacuum arc physics|
|B4.||Computer modeling and computer aided design|
|B5.||Pulsed power physics and technology|
|C1.||Vacuum interrupters and their applications|
|C2.||Surface science and modification and related technologies|
|C3.||Electron, ion, neutron, X-ray and other beam and light sources|
|C4.||Accelerator and fusion reactor related issues|
|C5.||Space related technologies|
|C6.||Vacuum microelectronics and their applications|
Invited speakers (To be added)
|Prof. Hitoshi Kuninaka
Institute of Space and Astronautical Science,
|State-of-the-art Ion Engine onboard Hayabusa/Hayabusa2 Asteroid Explorers
- Design Philosophy for Discharge and Electrical Insulation -
|Prof. Lijun Wang
State Key Laboratory of Electrical Insulation and Power Equipment, Xi'an Jiaotong University,
P. R. China
|Numerical simulation of multi-components vacuum arcs with different anode modes|
|Dr. Sergey Gortschakow
Leibniz institute for plasma science and technology (INP),
|Optical diagnostics of switching vacuum arcs|
|Dr. Hitoshi Saito
|Development of High voltage VCBs as a candidate for SF6 free switching equipment|
Permanent International Scientific Committee -PISC
|Shenli JIA||P.R. China||Chair|
|Alexander BATRAKOV||Russia||Vice Chair|
|Matthew M. HOPKINS||USA||Treasurer|
|René P.P. SMEETS||Netherlands||Awards Comm. Chair|
|Raymond L. BOXMAN||Israel|
|Antonio DE LORENZI||Italy|
|Leslie T. FALKINGHAM||United Kingdom|
|H. Craig MILLER||USA|
|Satoru YANABU||Japan (R. P. China)|
|Jiyan ZOU||P. R. China|
Local Organizing Committee -LOC
|Eiji Kaneko||University of the Ryukyus||Chair|
|Akiko Kumada||The University of Tokyo||Vice Chair|
|Yasushi Yamano||Saitama University||Secretary|
|Hiroki Kojima||Nagoya University||Editor of Proceedings|
|Shigemi Harada||University of the Ryukyus|
|Satoru Yanabu||Xi'an Jiaotong University|
|Shinichi Kobayashi||Saitama University|
|Shin Kajita||The University of Tokyo|
|Toru Iwao||Tokyo City University|
|Yuki Inada||Saitama University|
|Kazuhiro Toyoda||Kyushu Institute of Technology|
|Hiroshi Akatsuka||Tokyo Institute of Technology|
|Masahiro Sasaki||University of Tsukuba|
|Takayasu Fujino||University of Tsukuba|
|Yasunori Tanaka||Kanazawa University|
|Yusuke Nakano||Kanazawa Universtiy|
|Hiroyuki Iwabuchi||Shonan Institute of Technology|
|Yoshimitsu Niwa||Toshiba Infrastructure Systems & Solutions Corporation|
|Naoki Asari||Toshiba Infrastructure Systems & Solutions Corporation|
|Hajime Urai||Daido University|
|Hiroshi Morita||Hitachi, Ltd.|
|Hirotaka Torii||Fuji Electric CO., LTD.|
|Taiki Donen||Mitsubishi Electric Corporation|
|Hideaki Fukuda||MEIDENSHA CORPORATION|