|Purpose||The International Conference on Atomic and Molecular Data and Their Applications (ICAMDATA) is a continuing series of international conferences that promotes the use of atomic and molecular (AM) data in various fields of science and technology, provides a forum for interaction of AM data producers and users and for information exchange on AM data needs and availability, and fosters cross-disciplinary cooperation between the AM data producers and users and the coordination of AM data activities and databases worldwide.|
|Scope||ICAMDATA covers topics on AM data needs in various scientific and technological areas (such as aeronomy, astrophysics, biomedicine, gaseous electronics, surface physics, industrial plasmas, and environmental, fusion, semiconductor and other technologies), and the development of experimental and theoretical methods for AM data generation, AM data collection, assessment, exchange and dissemination activities, establishment of national and international general and purpose-oriented AM databases, standardization of data formats and assessment criteria and efficient utilization of modern data access and transmission tools (such as WWW and Internet).|
|Conferences||ICAMDATA 2014, September 21-September 24, 2014, Jena, Germany|
|Committees||International Program Committee|
|Charter||Full text of the ICAMDATA Charter|
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