Plenary speakers
19th International Conference on Positron Annihilation (ICPA-19).
Tentative list of plenary speakers

Tamara Babij (UK), "Microwave spectroscopy of the positronium n = 2 fine structure"
Marie-France Barthe (FR), “Irradiation-induced damage in tungsten for fusion: a PAS, TEM and modelling combined study”
Ruggero Caravita (CH)
Paolo Crivelli (CH)
Stephan Eijt (NL),"Nature of defects in organic-inorganic perovskite and BaSi2 photovoltaic thin films examined by positron annihilation spectroscopy" 
Dermot Green (UK), "Many-body theory of positron interactions with molecules"
Masaki Hori (DE), “Laser spectroscopy of long-lived antiprotonic helium and pionic helium atoms at CERN and PSI”
Christoph Hugenschmidt (DE) “Current Status and Future Developments Using Bright Positron Beams at NEPOMUC”
Akira Ishida (JP), "Recent progress in positronium laser cooling"
László Liszkay (FR) "The GBAR antimatter gravitation experiment: present status and a new, silicon carbide remoderator based scheme to trap positrons"
Masaki Maekawa (JP), "Development of spin-polarized positronium time-of-flight method"
Priya Maheshwari (IN) "Analyzing nanostructured materials"
Sebastiano Mariazzi (IT), "Towards quantum entanglement and inertial sensing studies with positronium in the 2^3S state"
Pawel Moskal (PL), "Imaging of positronium decays in the human body with the modular J-PET scanner"
Yugo Nagata (JP), “Observation of hyperfine resonance of positronium using a static periodic magnetic field”
Eve Stenson (DE) "Matter-antimatter pair plasmas: a new frontier in plasma physics"
Alberto Somoza (AR) "The joint use of PAS and Monte Carlo kinetic simulations to describe the vacancy-assisted solute transport mechanism associated with the first stage of precipitation hardening in Al-Cu-based alloys"
James Sullivan (AU), “Positron scattering from biomolecules”
Masanori Tachikawa (JP) "Theoretical study on positron binding to atomic anion dimers using first-principles quantum Monte Carlo"
Akira Uedono (JP), ”Studies of native and process induced defects in GaN using positron annihilation spectroscopy”
Ken Wada (JP) "Improvement of the beam generation unit and recent research at the KEK Slow Positron Facility"
Alex Weiss (US) "Doppler Broadened Annihilation-Gamma Spectroscopy as a New Tool for Surface Analysis: Estimates of Elemental and Surface Sensitivity"