Scanning Probe Microscopy

Invited Speakers:

  • Aitor Mugarza, Atomic Manipulation and Spectroscopy Group, ICN2, Spain
    Manipulating charge and spin at the metal-organic interface
  • Colin Rawlings, Zurich Research Laboratory, Switzerland
    Using thermal Scanning Probe lithography for sub 20 nm, damage-free lithography
  • Didier Tonneau, Aix Marseille University, France
    X-ray Spectroscopy coupling with Scanning Probe Microsocopy for simultaneous high lateral resolution surface imaging and chemical mapping
  • Donghun Lee, Korea University, Korea
    Solid-state quantum defects and scanning probe microscopy
  • G.Mangamma, Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research, Inida
    Nano Piezo domain engineering in nanostructures
  • Go Yusa, Tohoku University, Japan
    Real-space imaging of fractional quantum Hall liquids
  • Hermann Gaub, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Germany
    Designer Cellulosomes by AFM-Based Single Molecule Cut & Paste
  • Hidemi Shigekawa, University of Tsukuba, Japan
    Real space probe of ultrafast carrier dynamics by laser-combined STM
  • Ivan Stich, Fyzikálny ústav SAV, Slovakia
  • Mehmet Z. Baykara, Bilkent University, Turkey
    Real-Space, Atomic-Scale Measurement of Chemical Reactivity on Metal Oxide Surfaces via 3D-SPM
  • Mon-Shu Ho, National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan
    Probing fullerene embedded Si substrate using scanning probe microscopy and molecular dynamics
  • Qingyou Lu, High Magnetic Field Laboratory, CAS, China
    Harsh Condition Scanning Probe Microscopes and Their Multidisciplinary Applications
  • Ryuichi Masutomi, Unversity of Tokyo, Japan
    Adsorbate-induced quantum Hall system probed by scanning tunneling spectroscopy combined with transport measurements
  • Umesh Waware, Qatar University, Qatar
    Development of Novel Functional Conductive Polymers and its Industrial Applications
  • Xiaorong Qin, University of Guelph, Canada
    Scanning probe microscopy of organic thin films for organic electronics
  • Yousoo Kim, Surface and Interface Science Laboratory, RIKEN, Japan
    Single molecule optical spectroscopy with STM
  • Yuankai Tao, Cleveland Clinic, USA
    Biophotonics: Applications in Clinical Diagnostics and Image-Guided Interventions
  • Yutaka Majima, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
    Single molecule and nanoparticle analysis by STM/STS
  • Zhuming Liu, Institute of Electrical Engineering, CAS, China
    High throughput lithography techniques with low cost
Operating Organization



Importation Dates:

Abstract Deadline: March 1, 2016 Registration for early birds: Before January 30, 2016