This workshop was the first one in this series held since the announcement of the formation of cold anti-hydrogen by the ATHENA and ATRAP experiments. Research presented includes transport, collective modes, and the interplay between the two from both a particle and fluid perspective. This work is carried out in different geometries including cylindrical traps and toroidal systems. Research on cold anti-hydrogen is also represented, since accumulation of large numbers of antiprotons and positrons is a necessary precursor to recombination. Finally, several papers describing experiments on the physics of beams widens the scope to include beams and accelerators. The Workshop on Non-Neutral Plasma Physics brings together investigators from diverse areas whose research has the common feature of involving plasmas that have constituent particles with the same sign of charge.This workshop was the first one in this series held since the announcement of the formation of cold anti-hydrogen by the ATHENA and ATRAP experiments.
|Title||:||Non-neutral plasma physics V|
|Author||:||Martin Schauer, Travis Mitchell, Richard Nebel, Los Alamos National Laboratory, United States. Dept. of Energy, United States. Office of Naval Research|
|Publisher||:||Amer Inst of Physics - 2003|