Tony Donne

Piast Tower

Polish Song Museum

Opole at night


How far...

Xray museum

Lunar Eclipse

Castle defended

Lectures (video)


Lecture 01: Tonny Donne (EUROfusion, EU), Progress in european fusion research

Lecture 02: Dawid Campbell (ITER, France), Chalenges in burning plasma physics


Lecture 03: Monika Kubkowska (IPPLM, Warsaw, Poland), Pulse Height Analysis diagnostic for impurity transport studies at W7-X


Lecture 04: Andrey Litnovsky (Forschungszentrum Juelich), Advanced materials for a fusion power plant


Lecture 05: Rainer Burhenn (IPP, Greifswald, Germany), Progress in the operation of the W-7X stellarator

Lecture 06: Suguru Masuzaki (NIFS, Japan), Recent results from LHD stellarator

Lecture 07: Josef Krasa (Institute of Physics, the Czech Academy of Sciences AVCR, Prague, Czech Rep.), Laser-target experiments at PALS

Lecture 08: Oleksandr Marchuk (Forschungszentrum Juelich, Germany), In-situ determination of surface characteristics by optical emission spectroscopy

Lecture 09: Anna Widdowson (CCFE, United Kingdom), Overview of material migration and its impact on diagnostic components in the JET tokamak with ITER-Like Wall

Lecturer 10, Katarzyna Nowakowska-Langier with microphone

Lecture 10: Katarzyna Nowakowska-Langier (NCBJ, Poland), Application of pulsed plasma in shaping the materials structure

Lecture 11: Sedina Tsikata (ICARE, CNRS, Orleans, France), Combining insights from coherent and incoherent Thomson scattering in propulsion plasmas

Lecture 12: Eric Moreau (University of Poitiers, France), Electrohydrodynamic phenomena in electrical discharge, on ionic wind and their applications

Lecture 13: First Results from a Plasma Focus with Beryllium Electrodes



On the left from this panel, in the main part of this page, you can find links to the videos with lectures of our distinguished guests. You can refresh your memories by watching it again and/or share it with your friends or students.

On the facebook page of the conference you can find also a short video clip about the conference PLASMA-2019 facebook page (for viewing facebook account is not required).


On the bottom of this page you can find galleries with the selected photos.

The organizers would like to express gratitude to all the participants for the wonderful week. We would like to thank you all for the participation in scienfic (as well as in less scientific 😉 ) program.

We encourage you to share your impresions, thoughts, photos, etc. by facebook page of the conference.

We would like also to invite you to present your results in form of the conference paper which will be published in a speciall issue of the Acta Physica Polonica. It ought to be prepared in accordance with the requirements of the journanal  but send to the the conference organizers

Suggested length of the paper is 10 pages, and suggested deadline is 20 August 2019.  is extended until 20 September 2019.


With great pleasure, we would like to inform that our conference get the patronage of the Minister of Science and Higher Education.



Photos: Monday, 15 July 2019

Photos: Tuesday, 16 July 2019

Photos: Wednesday, 17 July 2019

Photos: Thursday, 18 July 2019

Photos: Friday, 19 July 2019

General information 

The International Conferences on Research and Applications of Plasmas have been organized every two years since 1993. This conference started as a local, Polish meeting but with participation of many guests from abroad. The consequence of its broad international impact was its conversion into fully international conference.

The conference used to be organized by different plasma research centres in Poland, and (after merging the conference with Polish-French and Polish-German symposia) in Germany and France. Recently the main organizer was Institute of Plasma Physics and Laser Microfusion (IPPLM) and the conference was held in Warsaw.

In 1997 and 2005 the conference was organized by Opole University and it will be also the main organizer in 2019. Unlike last time, in 2019 this conference will be held in July (not in September!).


Opole ( is situated in the south of Poland, near the border with the Czech Republic (Trzebinia-Bartulovice – 54 km) and Germany (Olszyna – 240 km). Access to the city is facilitated by large motorway A4 (Berlin-Kiev) passing 15 km from the city center and two airports in ~100 km range – Wrocław and Katowice-Pyrzowice.

If you are arriving by plane to Warsaw you can come to Opole by the express train (in three hours).

The conference will take place in the campus of University of Opole (, close to the city centre, hotels, restaurants, and student hostels.