Vacuum technology, vacuum physics, vacuum Industry
Professional Associations of Vacuum Science and Technology
American Society for Mass Spectrometry
- ASMS was formed in 1969 to promote and disseminate knowledge of mass spectrometry and allied topics. Membership includes over 3,500 scientists involved in research and development. Members come from academic, industrial and governmental laboratories. Their interests include advancement of techniques and instrumentation in mass spectrometry, as well as fundamental research in chemistry, geology, biological sciences and physics
American Vacuum Society (AVS)
- The AVS Science and Technology Society is a nonprofit organization which promotes communication, dissemination of knowledge, recommended practices, research, and education in the use of vacuum and other controlled environments to develop new materials, process technology, devices, and related understanding of material properties for the betterment of humanity. The AVS is comprised of 9 technical divisions, 4 technical groups, 19 local-area chapters and about 6000 members worldwide. The Society provides stimulating symposia, short courses, and educational outreach both at the national and local levels.
Austrian Vacuum Society
- Die Österreichische Gesellschaft für Vakuumtechnik bezweckt den Zusammenschluß der auf den Gebieten der Vakuumerzeugung, -messung und -anwendung sowie der Physik, Chemie und Technologie dünner Schichten unter Einbeziehung der Grenz- und Oberflächen interessierten Personen, Institute und Unternehmungen zur Förderung der Forschung und Entwicklung auf den genannten Gebieten, insbesondere durch Herausgabe von Informationen, Publikationen, Erteilung von Forschungsaufträgen, Veranstaltung von Vorträgen und Arbeitstagungen, Durchführung von Erfahrungsaustausch und Fortbildungskursen.
Belgium Vacuum Society
- The purpose of BELVAC is to promote the development of vacuum science and technology and contribute to its advancement in Belgium. BELVAC prepares courses on vacuum techniques and applications and publishes the "BELVAC NEWS" four times a year.
Brazilian Vacuum Society
- A Sociedade Brasileira de Vácuo (SBV) é uma sociedade civil, de caráter científico e tecnológico, de duração por tempo indeterminado, sem fins lucrativos, com sede e foro no Instituto de Física "Gleb Wataghin" - na Universidade Estadual de Campinas, estado de São Paulo, regida por estatuto. Voltada para a divulgação e troca de informações na área de vácuo, tanto do pontode vista acadêmico como industrial, promovendo cursos, congressos e interações nas mais diversas áreas que fazem uso desta tecnologia. A sociedade possue aproximadamente 250 sócios em várias categorias (honorário, benemérito, mantenedor, coletivo, efetivo e aspirante).
British Vacuum Council
- The British Vacuum Council (BVC) is the representative for Great Britain on the International Union for Vacuum Science, Technique and Application (IUVSTA). As such it has a role to stimulate international collaboration in the fields of vacuum science, techniques and applications and related multi-disciplinary topics including solid-vacuum and other interfaces.
Coalition for Plasma Science
- Group of institutions, organizations, and companies joining forces to increase awareness and understanding of plasma science and its many applications and benefits for society.
Croatian Vacuum Society
- The Croatian Vacuum Society (CVS) is a non-profit corporate body which provides a link between people and institutions interested in Vacuum Science, Technique and Applications. The objectives of the Croatian Vacuum Society are the advancement of vacuum science and techniques in all their aspects, stimulation and support of their application, as well as support and representation of the interests of its members (about seventy physicists, chemists and engineers).
French Vacuum Society SFV
- Non-profit scientific organisation running conferences, educational programs, exhibitions and editing books in the fields of vacuum, plasmas, thin films, materials, surfaces, adhesion...
Germany - Deutsche Vakuumgesellschaft (DVG)
- Aufgabe der in den sechziger Jahren als Deutsche Arbeitsgemeinschaft Vakuum gegründeten Deutschen Vakuum-Gesellschaft DVG ist die Betreuung der Forschung und Entwicklung auf den Gebieten Dünne Schichten, Oberflächenphysik, Vakuumphysik und -technik, neuerdings auch der Nanostrukturwissenschaften und -technik. Der DVG gehörten 1998 bereits über 3200 Mitglieder an, zumeist Physiker und Ingenieure aus Forschung und Industrie.
Indian Vacuum Society
- IVS to propagate principles and practices of Vacuum Science and Technology to the users in Academic and Research Institutions and Industry across the country..
International Society for Optical Engineering
- SPIE is dedicated to promoting the engineering and scientific applications of optical, photonic, imaging and optoelectronic technologies through its education and communications programs, meetings and publications. Its members are engineers, scientists, and users interested in the development and reduction to practice of these technologies. SPIE provides the means for communicating new developments and applications information to the engineering, scientific, and user communities through its publications, symposia, education programs, and online electronic information services.
International Union of Vacuum Science, Technique and Applications
- IUVSTA is a Union of national member societies whose role is to stimulate international collaboration in the fields of vacuum science, techniques and applications and related multi-disciplinary topics including solid-vacuum and other interfaces.
IUVSTA represents nearly 15,000 physicists, chemists, materials scientists, engineers, and technologists who are linked through their common use of vacuum.
They are active in basic and applied research, development, manufacturing, sales, and education.
Israel Vacuum Society
- The IVS currently maintains an active mailing list of over 400, and includes 3 separately chartered divisions: crystal growth, hydrides, and plasma.
Members of the society work in a wide range of fields including nanotechnology, optoelectronics, low-k dielectrics, hard coatings, thin films, self assembly, sensors, bio-interfaces, electronic materials, MEMS, thermodynamics and kinetics of processes, and surface dynamics.
Italy - Associazione Italiana del Vuoto
- The AIV is a non-profit, volunteer-based association dedicated to advancing the science and technology of vacuum, surfaces, interfaces, nanometer structures, electronic materials and processing, thin films, plasmas, and vacuum metallurgy and providing a variety of educational opportunities.
The members of the AIV are active in fundamental and applied research, manufacturing, sales, and education.
The AIV is organized into 8 technical divisions and is member of the International Union for Vacuum Science, Technique, and Applications (IUVSTA).
Korean Vacuum Society
- The Korean Vacuum Society, established in 1991 and a member society of IUVSTA, is a nonprofit organization which promotes communication, dissemination of knowledge, recommended practices, research, and education in the use of vacuum and other controlled environments to develop new materials, process technology, devices, and related understanding of material properties for the betterment of humanity.
The KVS is comprised of 6 technical divisions and about 2000 members nationwide.
Netherlands Vacuum Society
- The Netherlands Vacuum Society (NEVAC), founded in 1963, promotes the exchange of knowledge in vacuum technology and areas which rely on the application of vacuum, by organizing scientific meetings, excursions and educational courses. NEVAC counts about 300 scientists, technicians and commercial representatives, and 30 corporate members.
Polish Vacuum Society
Russian Vacuum Society
- The RVS includes more than 2000 individual members and collective members. The main goal of the association is the support of perspective scientific directions, progress of fundamental researches in the field of vacuum science, propagation and distribution of scientific and technical knowledges.
Slovenian Society for Vacuum Technique DVTS
- Established in 1959 and included in the Electrotechnical union of Slovenia (EZS) and in the Union of engineers and technicians of Slovenia (ZITS).
Sociedad Mexicana de Ciencia de Superficies y de Vacío
- Mission: To provide with discussion forums for the technological and scientific problems relevant to the emerging Mexican industry in the field of surface and material science
Spanisch Vacuum Society - Asociación Española del Vacío y sus Aplicaciones
The Spanish Vacuum Society was created in 1963 as a specialised working group of the Spanish Committee of the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP) and eventually it became an independent society "Asociación Española del Vacío y sus Aplicaciones" (ASEVA) in 1968.
Activities were focused on the Vacuum Physics group at the Institute of Applied Physics of the National Research Council, CSIC.
Swedish Society of Vacuum Science
Swiss Vacuum Society
- Die swiss vacuum hat als Hauptziel, die Wissenschaft und Technik des Vakuums und dessen Anwendungen zu fördern und weiterzuentwickeln. Kenntnisse und Technologien, welche die Herstellung und Messung des Vakuums, sowie die wissenschaftlichen und technischen Anwendungen des Vakuum betreffen werden aktiv gefördert, dazu gehören Oberflächenbehandlung, sowie Oberflächen-Analysetechniken.
Vacuum Society of Australia
- The Vacuum Society of Australia is a volunteer-based, non-profit organization dedicated to advancing the science and technology of vacuum, materials, surfaces, interfaces, thin films, and plasmas, and to providing a variety of educational opportunities.
Vacuum Society of Japan (VSJ)
- VSJ is a member of IUVSTA, the International Union for Vacuum Society, Technique, and Applications.
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