EXTENDED DEADLINES: SPM DIPC Week - A Tribute to Heinrich Rohrer (San Sebastian)

The Scanning Probe Microscopy DIPC Week will take place in San Sebastian (Spain): September 05-12, 2014

www.dipcschools.com

 

The event, a Donostia International Physics Center (DIPC) School, is a tribute to Heinrich Rohrer (1933-2013) who shared the 1986 Nobel Prize in Physics with Gerd Binnig for the design of the scanning tunneling microscope (STM). This invention gave scientists the ability to image, measure and manipulate atoms for the first time.

 

The school will cover basic concepts and fundamentals of different SPM techniques including STM, Near Field Optical Microscopy (SNOM) and Atomic (AFM), Electrostatic (EFM) or Magnetic Force microscopes (MFM). It will also cover advanced topics such as time resolved SPM, density functional theoretical approaches, single molecule SPM or biology and nano-medicine applications.

 

These main topics will be complemented with a workshop with seminars on state-of-the-art SPM research, with participation of some of the most relevant scientist, who will give a first-person view of last discoveries on this field.

Do not miss the DIPC Week EXTENDED DEADLINES:

Abstract Submission (Oral & Poster request): June 30, 2014

Author Submission Acceptance Notification: July 04, 2014

Early Bird Registration Fee: July 14, 2014


The call for papers is still open:

Impressive list of speakers confirmed

 

Memorial

Pedro Echenique (DIPC, Spain)
Masakazu Aono (MANA, NIMS, Japan)
Uzi Landman (Georgia Tech, USA)
Franz Giessibl (Univ. Regensburg, Germany)

 

DIPC School
Miquel Salmeron (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab., USA)
Daniel Müller (BioNano, ETH, Switzerland)
Roman Fasel (EMPA, ETH, Switzerland)
Tomonobu Nakayama (MANA-NIMS, Japan)
Scott Carney (Univ. Illinois, USA)
Gabriel Gomila (Univ. Barcelona, Spain)
Zhi-Xun Shen (Stanford, USA)
Fritz Keilmann (LMU, Germany)
Aristide Dogariu (CREOL, Florida, USA)
Tomoji Kawai (ISIR, Osaka Univ. Japan)
Christian Ast (Max Planck, Germany)
Cyrus Hirjibehedin (UCL, U.K)
Sebastian Loth (Max Planck, Germany)
Matthias Bode (Univ. of Würzburg, Germany)
Rubén Pérez (IFIMAC-UAM, Spain)
Nicolás Lorente (CIN2, Spain)
Agustina Asenjo (ICMM-CSIC, Spain)

DIPC Workshop

Matthias Bode (Univ. of Würzburg, Germany)

Cyrus Hirjibehedin (UCL, UK)

Fritz Keilmann (LMU, Germany)

Tomoji Kawai (ISIR - Osaka University, Japan)

Nicolás Lorente (CIN2, Barcelona, Spain)

Sebastian Loth (Max Planck, Germany)

 

More speakers to be announced soon.

Further news will be updated regularly on the conference website: www.dipcschools.com 
Registration here.

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