Programme


Tuesday 31 March 2015

 

 

Location (Avon Room)
Chair: Richard Catlow (University College London, UK)

9.00                 

(Invited) Dynamic aspects of droplet epitaxy studied by low energy electron microscopy
David Jesson, Cardiff University, UK

9.40

Tuning the ultra-fast charge transfer in model dye-sensitised solar cells through varying thickness aluminum oxide interlayers on titanium dioxide surfaces
James O'Shea, University of Nottingham, UK

10.00

Fine tuning the ionic liquid-vacuum outer atomic surface. A LEIS study
Kevin Lovelock, Imperial College London, UK

10.20

Valence holes in nanodiamonds dispersed in water observed by x-ray absorption spectroscopy
Tristan Petit, Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin, Germany

10.40

Tea/Coffee (Avon Lounge)

 

Chair: Rasmita Raval, University of Liverpool, UK

11.10

(Invited) Where do the electrons go in STM? Nonlocal atomic manipulation by charge injection from an STM tip
Peter Sloan, University of Bath, UK

11.50

Automating Atom Extraction from H:Si(100)
Morten Moeller, University of Nottingham, UK

12.10

Chiral recognition using field ion and field emission microscopy
Natalia Gilis, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium

12.30

On the polymerisation of benzotriazole on metal surfaces
Federico Grillo, University of St Andrews, UK

12.50

Lunch (Avon Lounge)

 

Chair: Giovanni Costantini, University of Warwick, UK

14.00

(Invited) Imaging molecules: A journey from real to reciprocal space and back
Stefan Tautz, Peter Grünberg Institute. Germany

14.40

Interpretation of intra-molecular and 'sub-atomic' contrast in NC-AFM
Adam Sweetman, University of Nottingham, UK

15.00

Heteromolecular surface-based self-assembly of thymine functionalised porphyrins
Ya Hu, University College London, UK

15.20

Size distribution and temperature dependance of (C60)m-(Au)n clusters on Au(111) surface studied with VT-STM
Dogan Kaya, University of Birmingham, UK

15.40

Tea/Coffee (Avon Lounge)
 

Chair: Martin Castell, University of Oxford, UK

16.10

(Invited) Oxide Surfaces: Towards General Models for Sr TiO3
Laurence Marks, Northwestern University, USA

16.50

Scanning helium microscopy (SHeM), real space imaging of delicate surfaces
David Ward, Cavendish Laboratory, UK

17.10

Insights into Kelvin probe force microscopy data of insulator-supported molecules
Philipp Rahe, The University of Nottingham

17.30

An experimental UHV AFM/STM device for characterizing surface nanostructures under increasing stress at variable temperatures
Christophe Coupeau, University of Poitiers, France

17.50

Size and charge states of clusters produced in the Matrix Assembly Cluster Source (MACS)
Lu Cao, University of Birmingham, UK

18.10 Reception and Buffet (Barber Institute)

Key dates

  • Abstract submission deadline:
    9 January 2015
  • Accommodation deadline:
    16 February 2015
  • Early registration deadline:
    21 February 2015
  • Registration deadline:
    21 March 2015