IVC18ICN+T 2010ICSS14VASSCAA5 SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM CONTENT CONTENT ………………………………………………………… 1

IVC18ICN+T 2010ICSS14VASSCAA5 SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM CONTENT CONTENT ………………………………………………………… 1






IVC-18/ICN+T2010/ICSS-14/VASSCAA-5


IVC-18/ICN+T 2010/ICSS-14/VASSCAA-5

Scientific Program*

Content











Nano-Science and Technology (ASS/SS/NST)……………………………………........................... 60







* Please use your original Abstract No., lecture/poster number, your name, or unique keywords in your

abstract title to search for the schedule of your presentation.

Key to lecture numbers and poster numbers

Sub-Conferences:

Surface Science: SS

Applied Surface Science: ASS

Nano-Science and Technology: NST

Thin Films: TF

Surface Engineering: SE

Plasma Science and Technology: PST

Electronic Materials & Processing: EMP

Vacuum Science and Technology: VST

Bio-Interface: BIO

Type of Presentations:

Plenary Lecture: PL

Conference Plenary Lecture: CPL

Keynote Lecture: KN

Invited Lecture: IN

Oral Presentation: O

Poster Presentation: P

Lecture numbers:

IVC18ICN+T 2010ICSS14VASSCAA5 SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM CONTENT  CONTENT ………………………………………………………… 1

Poster numbers:

IVC18ICN+T 2010ICSS14VASSCAA5 SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM CONTENT  CONTENT ………………………………………………………… 1

Program Summary, 23 August, Monday Morning, Convention Hall 1


Rm. 201A

(SS)

Rm. 201B

(SS)

Rm. 201C

(SS)

Rm. 308

(ASS)

Rm. 305C (ASS/SS/NST)

Rm. 305AB

(NST)

Rm. 307

(NST/BIO)

Ballroom A

(TF)

Ballroom B

(SE/TF/ASS)

LiJiang Room A

(PST/EMP)

LiJiang Room B

(VST)

8:30

Opening Session

9:00

Awards Ceremony

9:45

Plenary Lecture 1

10:30

Plenary Lecture 2

11:15

Plenary Lecture 3

12:00

Lunch Break

Program Summary, 23 August, Monday Afternoon


Rm. 201A

(SS)

Rm. 201B

(SS)

Rm. 201C

(SS)

Rm. 308

(ASS)

Rm. 305C (ASS/SS/NST)

Rm. 305AB

(NST)

Rm. 307

(NST/BIO)

Ballroom A

(TF)

Ballroom B

(SE/TF/ASS)

LiJiang Room A

(PST/EMP)

LiJiang Room B

(VST)

14:00

SS1:

STM/STS I


SS1-IN-1

SS2: Surface and Adsorbate Systems I

SS3:

Graphene I


SS3-KN-1

ASS1:

Surface Chemistry and Catalysis I

ASS1-IN-1

ASS/SS1:

SPM and Novel Probe Techniques I

ASS/SS1- KN-1

NST1: Nanotechnology I


NST1-KN-1

NST2: Nanotubes, Wires & Novel Architectures I

NST2-KN-1

TF1:

Thin Film Growth I


TF1-IN-1

TF2: Magnetic Thin Films and Structures

TF2-IN-1

PST1: Plasma-Surface Interaction

PST1-KN-1

VST1: Measurement and Calibration


VST1-KN-1

14:15












14:30

SS1-IN-2

SS2-IN-1



ASS/SS1-IN-1

NST1- IN-1




PST1-KN-2

VST1-IN-1

14:45








TF1-IN-2




15:00







NST2IN-1





15:15












15:30












15:45












16:00












16:15

Coffee Break

16:30

Conference Plenary Lecture Session 1

18:30

Banquet

Program Summary, 24 August, Tuesday Morning


Rm. 201A

(SS)

Rm. 201B

(SS)

Rm. 201C

(SS)

Rm. 308

(ASS)

Rm. 305C (ASS/SS/NST)

Rm. 305AB

(NST)

Rm. 307

(NST/BIO)

Ballroom A

(TF)

Ballroom B

(SE/TF/ASS)

LiJiang Room A

(PST/EMP)

LiJiang Room B

(VST)

8:00

SS4:

STM/STS II



SS4-KN-1

SS5:

Surface and Adsorbate Systems II

SS6:

Surface, Interface and Growth I

ASS2:

Quantitative

Surface and

Interface Analysis I

ASS2-IN-1

ASS/SS2: Characterization of Nanomaterials


ASS/SS2-IN-1

NST3:

Nanotechnology II



NST3-KN-1

NST4:

Nanotubes, Wires & Novel Architectures II

SE/TF1: Multifunctional Coatings


SE/TF1-KN-1

ASS/SS3:

Oxide Thin Films & Insulating Films


ASS/SS3-IN-1

EMP1: Semiconductor Materials, Displays & Devices

EMP1-KN-1

VST2:

Metrology & Sensors, Materials and Outgassing


8:15












8:30

SS4-IN-1





NST3-IN-1


SE/TF1-IN-1

ASS/SS3-IN-2

EMP1-IN-1

VST2-KN-1

8:45












9:00


SS5-IN-1


ASS2-IN-2

ASS/SS2-IN-2


NST4- IN-1





9:15












9:30



SS6-IN-1




NST4IN-2





9:45












10:00

SS4-IN-2



ASS2-IN-3




SE/TF1-KN-2

ASS/SS3-IN-3


VST2-IN-1

10:15


SS5-IN-2



ASS/SS2-IN-3

NST3IN-2




EMP1-KN-2


10:30

SS4-IN-3







SE/TF1-IN-2




10:45







NST4IN-3





11:00





ASS/SS2-IN-4







11:15












11:30












11:45












12:00

Lunch Break & Poster Session 1





Program Summary, 24 August, Tuesday Afternoon


Rm. 201A

(SS)

Rm. 201B

(SS)

Rm. 201C

(SS)

Rm. 308

(ASS)

Rm. 305C (ASS/SS/NST)

Rm. 305AB

(NST)

Rm. 307

(NST/BIO)

Ballroom A

(TF)

Ballroom B

(SE/TF/ASS)

LiJiang Room A

(PST/EMP)

LiJiang Room B

(VST)

14:00

SS7:

STM/STS III




SS7-KN-1

SS8:

Surface and Adsorbate Systems III

SS9:

Graphene II

ASS3:

Surface Chemistry and Catalysis II



ASS3-IN-1

ASS/SS4:

SPM and Novel Probe Techniques II


ASS/SS4-KN-1

NST5:

Magnetics & Spintronics I



NST5-IN-1

NST6:

Nanotubes, Wires & Novel Architectures III

TF3:

Thin Films Characterization I



TF3-IN-1

TF/SE1: Carbon-based Thin Films & Coatings


TF/SE1-IN-1

PST2:

Plasma Sources for Enabling Technologies & Plasma Diagnostics

PST2-IN-1

VST3:

Vacuum Measurement



VST3-IN-1

14:15












14:30

SS7-IN-1


SS9-IN-1


ASS/SS4-IN-1


NST6-IN-1


TF/SE1-IN-2

PST2-IN-2


14:45












15:00


SS8-IN-1





NST6-IN-2





15:15












15:30

SS7-IN-2









PST2-IN-3


15:45












16:00










PST2-IN-4


16:15

Coffee Break

16:30

Conference Plenary Lecture Session 2


Poster Session 1, Convention Hall, 12:0014:00

P1-BIO: Nano-Bio

P1-TF1: Thin Film Growth; P1-TF/SE: Multifunctional Coatings and Carbon-Based Thin Films & Coatings

P1-SE: Surface Engineering

P1-PST1: Plasma Science and Technology; P1-EMP1: Electronic Materials and Processing

P1-VST1: Measurement and Calibration; P1-VST2: Sensors and Metrology; P1-VST3: Vacuum Gas Dynamics; P1-VST4: Large Vacuum Systems: Development & Applications

P1-VST5: Vacuum Materials and Processes; P1-VST6: Vacuum Science; P1-VST7: Pumps, Getters, and Other Vacuum Components


Program Summary, 25 August, Wednesday Morning


Rm. 201A

(SS)

Rm. 201B

(SS)

Rm. 201C

(SS)

Rm. 308

(ASS)

Rm. 305C (ASS/SS/NST)

Rm. 305AB

(NST)

Rm. 307

(NST/BIO)

Ballroom A

(TF)

Ballroom B

(SE/TF/ASS)

LiJiang Room A

(PST/EMP)

LiJiang Room B

(VST)

8:00

SS10:

Single Atom/Molecule Manipulation

SS11:

Surface and Adsorbate Systems IV

SS12:

Surface, Interface and Growth II


SS12-IN-1

ASS4 :

Quantitative

Surface and Interface Analysis II

ASS4-IN-1

ASS/SS5: Self-Assembly

NST7:

Magnetics & Spintronics II


NST7- IN-1

NST8: Nanofabrication

TF4:

Thin Films for Photovoltaics


TF3-KN-1

SE1:

Protective Coatings & Tribology


SE1-KN-1

EMP2:

Electronic Materials



EMP2-IN-1

VST4:

Large Vacuum Systems


VST4-KN-1

8:15












8:30

SS10-IN-1




ASS/SS5-IN-1

NST7- IN-2





VST4-KN-2

8:45









SE1-IN-1



9:00












9:15












9:30












9:45












10:00

SS10-IN-2



ASS4-IN-2


NST9: Nanoparticles & Nanomaterials



SE1-IN-2


VST4-IN-1

10:15


SS11-IN-1





NST8- IN-1





10:30












10:45









SE1-IN-3



11:00












11:15












11:30












11:45












12:00

Lunch Break & Poster Session 2




Program Summary, 25 August, Wednesday Afternoon


Rm. 201A

(SS)

Rm. 201B

(SS)

Rm. 201C

(SS)

Rm. 308

(ASS)

Rm. 305C (ASS/SS/NST)

Rm. 305AB

(NST)

Rm. 307

(NST/BIO)

Ballroom A

(TF)

Ballroom B

(SE/TF/ASS)

LiJiang Room A

(PST/EMP)

LiJiang Room B

(VST)

14:00

SS13:

STM/STS IV



SS13-KN-1

SS14:

Surface and Adsorbate Systems V

SS15:

Graphene III

ASS5:

Surface Chemistry and Catalysis III


ASS5-IN-1

ASS/SS6 :

SPM and Novel Probe Techniques III

NST10 :

Quantum Effects & Devices


NST10-IN-1

NST11:

Nano-Bio I



NST/BIO11- IN-1

TF5:

Thin Film growth II



IF5-IN-1

SE2:

Protective Coatings and Tribology

PST3:

Plasma Chemistry and Processes for New Applications

PST3-KN-1

VST5:

Vacuum Gas Dynamics, Simulations I

VST5-IN-1

14:15












14:30

SS13-IN-1

SS14-IN-1

SS15-IN-1



NST10-IN-2

NST/BIO11- IN-2





14:45












15:00










PST3-IN-1


15:15












15:30







NST/BIO11- IN-3





15:45












16:00










PST3-IN-2


16:15

Coffee Break

16:30

Conference Plenary Lecture Session 3


Poster Session 2, Convention Hall, 12:0014:00

P2-SS : Graphene / Thin Film / Quantitative Analysis / Single Molecule / STM

P2-ASS: Nanomaterials / Self assembly / Novel SPM / Thin Films / Quantitative Analysis

P2-NST1: Nanotechnology; P2-NST2: Nanophotonics / Plasmonics / Novel SPM; P2-NST3: Nanotubes, Wires & Novel Architectures; P2-NST4: Magnetics & Spintronics

P2-TF1: Thin Films for Photovoltaics; P2-TF2: Thin Films Characterization





Program Summary, 26 August, Thursday Morning


Rm. 201A

(SS)

Rm. 201B

(SS)

Rm. 201C

(SS)

Rm. 308

(ASS)

Rm. 305C (ASS/SS/NST)

Rm. 305AB

(NST)

Rm. 307

(NST/BIO)

Ballroom A

(TF)

Ballroom B

(SE/TF/ASS)

LiJiang Room A

(PST/EMP)

LiJiang Room B

(VST)

8:00

SS16:

Surface Magnetism

SS17:

Surface and Adsorbate Systems VI


SS17-IN-1

SS18:

Surface, Interface and Growth III

ASS6 :

Quantitative Surface and Interface Analysis III

ASS6-KN-1

ASS/SS7:

Surface

NST12: Nanophotonics /

Plasmonics I



NST12-KN-1

NST13:

Nano-Bio II

TF6:

Thin Films Characterization II



TF6-IN-1

SE3:

Engineered Multilayers & Nanostructured Coatings

SE3-IN-1

EMP3:

Graphene Based Materials & Devices



EMP3-IN-1

VST6:

Pumps, Getters,

Components, Materials & Processing

VST6-IN-1

8:15












8:30




ASS6-IN-1


NST12-IN-1

NST/BIO13- IN-1




VST6-IN-2

8:45









SE3-IN-2



9:00





ASS/SS7-IN-1

NST12-IN-2

NST/BIO13- IN-2





9:15












9:30



SS18-IN-1




NST/BIO13- IN-3





9:45












10:00

SS16-IN-1


SS18-IN-2

ASS6-IN-2





SE3-IN-3


VST6-KN-1

10:15





ASS/SS7-IN-2





EMP3-IN-2


10:30






NST12-IN-3






10:45












11:00






NST12-IN-4






11:15










EMP3-IN-3


11:30












11:45












12:00

Lunch Break & Poster Session 3




Program Summary, 26 August ,Thursday Afternoon


Rm. 201A

(SS)

Rm. 201B

(SS)

Rm. 201C

(SS)

Rm. 308

(ASS)

Rm. 305C (ASS/SS/NST)

Rm. 305AB

(NST)

Rm. 307

(NST/BIO)

Ballroom A

(TF)

Ballroom B

(SE/TF/ASS)

LiJiang Room A

(PST/EMP)

LiJiang Room B

(VST)

14:00

SS19:

STM/STS V




SS19-IN-1

SS20:

Surface and Adsorbate Systems VII


SS20-IN-1

SS21:

Topological Insulators I



SS21-KN-1

ASS7:

Surface Chemistry and Catalysis IV / Oxide & Corrosion / Adhesion / Wear

ASS7-KN-1

ASS/SS8:

SPM & Novel Probe Techniques IV


ASS/SS8-IN-1

NST14:

Molecular Electronics



NST14- IN-1

NST15:

Nano-Bio III




NST/BIO15-KN-1

TF7:

Optics, Electronics and Optoelectronics


TF7-KN-1

TF8:

Oxides Thin Films




TF8-IN-1

PST4: Plasma at Atmospheric Pressure and their Applications


PST4-IN-1

VST7:

Seminar on NEG pumps



VST7-IN-1

14:15











14:30

SS19-IN-2



ASS7-KN-2

ASS/SS8-IN-2

NST14- IN-2

NST/BIO15-IN-1

TF7-IN-1



VST7-IN-2

14:45












15:00



SS21-IN-1




NST/BIO15-IN-2




VST7-IN-3

15:15












15:30



SS21-IN-2








VST7-IN-4

15:45












16:00











VST7-IN-5

16:15

Coffee Break

16:30

Conference Plenary Lecture Session 4


Poster Session 3, Convention Hall, 12:0014:00

P3-SS: Surface Adsorbate / Surface Catalysis / Surface Growth

P3-ASS: Surface Modifications / Oxidation and Corrosion / Adhesion

P3-NST1: Nanofabrication; P3-NST2 : Nanoparticles & Nanomaterials; P3-NST3: Molecular Electronics; P3-NST4: Nano-Bio; P3- NST5: Nano-Mechanics; P3- NST6: Nanosenors & Systems; P3-NST7: Surface; P3- NST8: Tribology

P3-TF1: Oxides Thin Films; P3-TF2: Optics, Electronics and Optoelectronics; P3-TF3: Magnetic Thin Films and Structures


Program Summary, 27 August, Friday Morning


Rm. 201A

(SS)

Rm. 201B

(SS)

Rm. 201C

(SS)

Rm. 308

(ASS)

Rm. 305C (ASS/SS/NST)

Rm. 305AB

(NST)

Rm. 307

(NST/BIO)

Ballroom A

(TF)

Ballroom B

(SE/TF/ASS)

LiJiang Room A

(PST/EMP)

LiJiang Room B

(VST)

8:00

SS22:

STM/STS VI



SS22-IN-1

SS23:

Graphene IV

SS24:

Topological Insulators II


SS24-IN-1

ASS8 :

Surface Analysis and Modifications / Wear

ASS8-IN-1

NST18: Nanotechnology III



NST18-IN-1

NST16: Nanophotonics / Plasmonics II


NST16-KN-1

NST17: Nanosenors & Systems

TF9:

Thin Film Growth III

EMP4: Nano-Tubes, -Wires & Novel Architectures

EMP4-IN-1

VST8: Vacuum Gas Dynamics, Simulations II & Vacuum Science VST8-IN-1

8:15












8:30



SS24-IN-2



NST16IN-1

NST17- IN-1




VST8-IN-2

8:45












9:00












9:15












9:30












9:45

Coffee Break


Plenary Lecture Session & Closing Ceremony, Convention Hall 1

10:00

Plenary Lecture 4

10:45

Plenary Lecture 5

11:30

Closing Session: Best Poster Award







Plenary Sessions

August 23, 2010

Opening Session

Monday Morning, Convention Hall 1

Presiding

Xue QikunTsinghua University, China

8:309:00

Opening Speech from the General Chair of IVC-18, Jianguo Hou (President of CVS, President of University of Science and Technology of China)

Welcome Speech from the President of IUVSTA, J. W. Rogers (Idaho National Laboratory, USA)

Welcome Speech from the Executive Vice President of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Chunli Bai

Welcome Speech from the Local Government Officer

9:009:30

Awards Ceremony (IUVSTA Prizes, CVS Outstanding Achievement Prize, CVS Youth Innovation Prize)


Plenary Lecture Session 1

Monday Morning, Convention Hall 1

Presiding

Jianguo Hou (President of CVS, President of University of Science and Technology of China, China)

Time

Author, Affiliation

Title

Abs. No.

9:4510:15

Heinrich Rohrer

Nobel Prize Laureate, Switzerland

Science, Fascination, and Passion


PL1

5f178b61-0

10:1511:00

Chunli Bai

Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Nano Science and Technology: Challenges and Opportunities

PL2

fb9e5a5e-1

11:0011:45

A. K. Geim

University of Manchester, UK

Graphene: Status and Prospects

PL3

f0804690-1

August 23 (PM) August 27 (AM), 2010

Sub-Conference Scientific Program*

16:3018:00

Conference Plenary Lecture Session#

*August 23, Monday Evening (18:3021:00): Banquet; # See following pages for details.

August 27, 2010

Plenary Lecture Session 2

Friday Morning, Convention Hall 1

Presiding

Xu Chen (General Secretary of CVS, Vice President of Tsinghua University, China)

Time

Author, Affiliation

Title

Abs. No.

10:0010:45

Charles M. Lieber

Harvard University, USA

Nanowires: A Platform for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology


PL4

ce3f3397-7

10:4511:30

Roland Wiesendanger

University of Hamburg, Germany

Spin mapping, Spin Manipulation, and Magnetometry at the Atomic Level

PL5

8531c3d1-7

11:3012:00

Closing Session: Best Poster Award

Conference Plenary Lecture Session 1


August 23, Monday Afternoon, Rm. 201ABC

Presiding

Wilson Ho (University of California, Irvine, USA)

Time

Author, Affiliation

Title

Abs. No.

16:3017:15

Andreas Heinrich

IBM Almaden, USA

Measuring the spin dynamics of single atoms with nanosecond time resolution

CPL1-1

561ab773-4

17:1518:00

Masakazu Aono

National Institute for Material Science, Japan

Controlling Electrochemical Reactions of Atoms, Ions, and Molecules at the Nanoscale

CPL1-2

bdae56c1-c


August 23, Monday Afternoon, Rm. 305ABC

Presiding

Seizo Morita (Osaka University, Japan)

Time

Author, Affiliation

Title

Abs. No.

16:3017:15

Xiang Zhang

University of California at Berkeley, USA

Metamaterials and Plasmonics:

A New Frontier of Science and Technology

CPL1-3

4e23e374-8

17:1518:00

Zhonglin Wang

Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

Self-powered Nanosystem: from Nanogenerators to Piezotronics

CPL1-4

196027f0-6


August 23, Monday Afternoon, LiJiang Room AB

Presiding

Michael F. Crommie (University of California at Berkeley, USA)

Time

Author, Affiliation

Title

Abs. No.

16:3017:15

Mark J. Kushner

University of Michigan, USA

Controlling Plasmas for Nanofabrication and Plasma Treatment of Living Tissue

CPL1-5

ee5e0a37-1



Conference Plenary Lecture Session 2


August 24, Tuesday Afternoon, Rm. 201ABC

Presiding

Masakazu Aono (National Institute for Material Science, Japan)

Time

Author, Affiliation

Title

Abs. No.

16:3017:15

Wilson Ho

University of California, Irvine, USA

The Interior of Single Molecules: Charge, Spin, Photon, and Phonon

CPL2-1

5c465c81-b

17:1518:00

Shoucheng Zhang

Stanford University, USA

Topological Insulators and Their Novel Surface States

CPL2-2

a9cf5340-7


August 24, Tuesday Afternoon, Rm. 305ABC

Presiding

Lars Samuelson (University of Lund, Sweden)

Time

Author, Affiliation

Title

Abs. No.

16:3017:15

Flemming Besenbacher

Aarhus University, Denmark

Dynamics of Nanostructures Revealed by High-Resolution Video-Rate STM

CPL2-3

2b9ea029-5


August 24, Tuesday Afternoon, Ballroom AB

Presiding

Peter B. Barna (Res Inst for Techn Phys and Mater Sci, Hungary)

Time

Author, Affiliation

Title

Abs. No.

16:3017:15

J. E. Greene

University of Illinois, USA

Fundamental Properties of Epitaxial and Nanostructured Thin Films of Transition Metal Nitrides and Related Compounds

CPL2-4

317b66c2-7





Conference Plenary Lecture Session 3


August 25, Wednesday Afternoon, Rm. 201ABC

Presiding

Andreas Heinrich (IBM Almaden, USA)

Time

Author, Affiliation

Title

Abs. No.

16:3017:15

Michael F. Crommie

University of California at Berkeley, USA

From Atoms to Nanobubbles: Manipulating Graphene

CPL3-1

2e65fbdc-0

17:1518:00

Seizo Morita

Osaka University, Japan

Atomic Force Microscopy as a Tool for Room Temperature Atom Identification and Manipulation

CPL3-2

d9d677d2-2


August 25, Wednesday Afternoon, Rm. 305ABC

Presiding

Hans-Joachim Freund (Fritz-Haber-Institut der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Germany)

Time

Author, Affiliation

Title

Abs. No.

16:3017:15

Vahid Sandoghdar

ETH Zurich, Switzerland

Ultrasensitive Detection and Spectroscopy of Single Molecules and Nanoparticles: from Quantum Optics to Biophysics

CPL3-3

5269251f-c


August 25, Wednesday Afternoon, Ballroom AB

Presiding

Flemming Besenbacher (Aarhus University, Denmark)

Time

Author, Affiliation

Title

Abs. No.

16:3017:15

Peter B. Barna

Res Inst for Techn Phys and Mater Sci, Hungary

Synthesized View of the Nucleation and Growth of Elemental and Multi-Component Polycrystalline Thin Films

CPL3-4

fce797c5-a





Conference Plenary Lecture Session 4


August 26, Thursday Afternoon, Rm. 201ABC

Presiding

Lars Montelius (Lund University, Sweden)

Time

Author, Affiliation

Title

Abs. No.

16:3017:15

Lars Samuelson

University of Lund, Sweden

Nanowires: A Thin Thread Linking Basic Materials Physics to Nanodevices

CPL4-1

205d3e65-7

17:1518:00

Lijun Wan

Institute of Chemistry, CAS, China

Functional Molecular Nanopatterns on Solid Surface Investigated by Scanning Tunneling Microscopy

CPL4-2

e7463b94-f


August 26, Thursday Afternoon, Rm. 305 ABC

Presiding

Vahid Sandoghdar (ETH Zurich, Switzerland)

Time

Author, Affiliation

Title

Abs. No.

16:3017:15

Naomi J. Halas

Rice University, USA

Plasmonics: Optics at Nanoscale Dimensions

CPL4-3

f4b27c7c-9

17:1518:00

Hans-Joachim Freund

Fritz-Haber-Institut der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Germany

Electronic Structure and Reactivity of Metals Supported on Thin Oxide Films: Catalyst Model Systems at the Atomic Level

CPL4-4

5103cf30-0




















Sub-Conference Scientific Program



Sub-Conference: Surface Science

Chair: Qi-Kun Xue; Co-Chairs: Peter Varga, Joseph A. Stroscio, Maki Kawai, Young Kuk

August 23, 2010

Monday Afternoon, Rm. 201A

Session No. and Topic: SS1 STM/STS I

Presiding

Young Kuk (Seoul National University, Korea)

Time

Authors, Affiliation

Title

Abs. No.

14:0014:30

H. Eisele1, L. Ivanova1, S. Borisova2, M. Dähne1, Ph. Ebert2

1Technische Universität Berlin, Germany

2Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, Germany

Cross-sectional scanning tunneling microscopy of pure and diluted nitride semiconductors


SS1-IN-1

5f659cfc-a

14:3015:00

Karina Morgenstern

Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany

STM study of the influence of neighboring molecules on thermal and fs-laser induced diffusion of CO on Cu(111)

SS1-IN-2

5f6ba3be-3

15:0015:15

Howon Kim, Minhui Chang, Jeong Heum Jeon, Se-Jong Kahng

Korea University, Korea

Depopulation of Surface States on Au(111) studied using Scanning Tunneling Spectroscopy

SS1-O-1

20bc0b6b-f

15:1515:30

Jiepeng Liu, Xuefeng Wu, Fangfei Ming, Xieqiu Zhang, Kedong Wang, Xudong Xiao

Chinese University of Hong Kong, China

Size dependent superconductivity of Pb islands grown on Si (111)

SS1-O-2

10e3138a-9

15:3015:45

I. Brihuega1,2, S.Bose1, A. M. García-García3, M. M. Ugeda1,2, J. D. Urbina4, C. H. Michaelis2, K. Kern3

1MPI for Solid State Research, Germany

2Univ. Autonoma Madrid, Spain

3Princeton University, USA

4Universität Regensburg, Germany

Superconductivity in single nanoparticles: experimental demonstration of 'shell effects'

SS1-O-3

e4f0f894-6

15:4516:00

Howon Kim, Kyung-hoon Chung, Jong Keon Yoon, Se-Jong Kahng

Korea University, Korea

Conformations and Kondo Effect in Co-Porphyrin Molecules on Au(111) Studied using Scanning Tunneling Spectroscopy

SS1-O-4

f68735fe-3

16:00–16:15




16:1516:30

Coffee Break



16:3018:00

Conference Plenary Lecture Session 1

18:3020:30

Banquet, Location


Monday Afternoon, Rm. 201B

Session No. and Topic: SS2 Surface and Adsorbate Systems I

Presiding

Karina Morgenstern (Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany)

Time

Authors, Affiliation

Title

Abs. No.

14:0014:15

E.A. Deulin, G.A. Petrosyan, E.G. Yudin

Bauman Moscow Stat Techn Univ, Russia

New nanoscale results of friction pairs material analysis

SS2-O-1

85fec00f-4

14:1514:30

Huihui Kong, Xin Song, Xuefu Zhang, Xiaoqing Liu, Hongming Wang, Li Wang

Nanchang University, China

Chiral Supramolecular Self-assembly of Rubrene on Au(111)

SS2-O-2

bd766135-d

14:3015:00

X. H. Qiu, J. Zhang, B.K. Yuan

National Center for Nanosci & Technol, China

The hydrogen-bond configurations in self-assembled 8-hydroxyquinoline

SS2-IN-1

e125a545-9

15:0015:15

Wei Xu1,2, Flemming Besenbacher1

1Aarhus University, Denmark

2Tongji University, China

Supramolecular Porous Network Formed by Molecular Recognition between Chemically Modified Nucleobases G and C

SS2-O-3

5dde7809-2

15:1515:30

Shun Yu1, Sareh Ahmadi1, Marcelo Zuleta2, Haining Tian3, Karina Schulte4, Annette Pietzsch4, Franz Hennies4, Jonas Weissenrieder1, Xichuan Yang3, Mats Göthelid1

1Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Sweden

2Uppsala University, Sweden

3Dalian University of Technology, China

4Lund University, Sweden

Molecular interaction and charge transfer dynamics of Metal-free Organic Dye Adsorbed on TiO2

SS2-O-4

c71c18d4-2

15:3015:45

T. J. Lerotholi1, W. Unterberger2, E. A. Kröger2, M. J. Knight1, D. A. Duncan2, D. Kreikemeyer2, K. A. Hogan3, D. C. Jackson1, D. P. Woodruff1

1University of Warwick, UK

2Fritz-Haber-Institut der MPG, Germany

3University of Huddersfield, UK

The local structure of hydroxyl species on TiO2(110): a photoelectron diffraction determination

SS2-O-5

5aea852d-b

15:45–16:00

Yunbin He1,4, Ulrike Diebold1, Antonio Tilocca2, Annabella Selloni3

1Tulane Univ, USA; 2Univ Col London, UK

3Princeton Univ, USA.; 4Hubei Univ, China

Atomic scale insight into water adsorption on the anatase TiO2 (101)

SS2-O-6

a75c0ee3-e

16:0016:15

Shijing Tan, Yongfei Ji, Yan Zhao, Bing Wang, Jinlong Yang, Jianguo Hou

Univ Sci &Technol China, China

Direct observation of photocatalyzed dissociation of water on TiO2(110)-1×1 by STM

SS2-O-7

83d7f688-c

16:15-16:30

Coffee Break



16:3018:00

Conference Plenary Lecture Session 1

18:3020:30

Banquet, Location


Monday Afternoon, Rm. 201C

Session No. and Topic: SS3 Graphene I

Presiding

Andre Geim (University of Manchester, UK)

Time

Authors, Affiliation

Title

Abs. No.

14:0014:30

Young Kuk

Seoul National University, Korea

Charge Puddles and Edge Effect in a Graphene Device Studied by Scanning Gate Microscope

SS3-KN-1

e90377f8-a

14:3014:45

Justin C. Koepke1, Joshua D. Wood1 , Salvador Barraza-Lopez2, Yang Xu3, Joseph W. Lyding1

1University of Illinois, USA

2Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

3Zhejiang University, China

Atomic-scale scanning tunneling microscopy studies of nanometer-sized graphene flakes on the Si(111) – 7×7 surface

SS3-O-1

10d5d96a-a

14:4515:00

S. Barja1,2, B. Borca1, M. Garnica1,2, M. Minniti2, A. Politano2, J. M. Rodriguez-García1, J. J. Hinarejos1, D. Farías1, A. L. Vázquez de Parga1,2, R. Miranda1,2

1Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain

2IMDEA- Nanociencia, Spain

Electronic and Geometric Corrugation of Periodically Rippled, Self-nanostructured Graphene Epitaxially Grown on Ru(0001)

SS3-O-2

95fe9dd6-4

15:0015:15

M. M. Ugeda1, I. Brihuega1, F. Guinea2, J.M. Gómez-Rodríguez1

1Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain

2CSIC, Spain

Missing Atom as a Source of Carbon Magnetism

SS3-O-3

a431fb52-6

15:1515:30

J. S. Chae1, S. Y. Jung2, S. J. Woo3, H. W. Baek1, J. H. Ha1, Y.J. Song2, Y. W. Son3, N. B. Zhitenev2, J. A. Stroscio2, Y. Kuk1

1Seoul National University, Korea; 2NISTl, USA,

3Korea Institute for Advanced Study, Korea

Local Conductance Variation in Graphene Devices: a Scanning Gate Microscope Study

SS3-O-4

28998454-5

15:3015:45

G. M. Rutter1, S. Jung1,2, N. N. Klimov1,2,3, D. B. Newell3, N. B. Zhitenev1, J. A. Stroscio1

1CNST, NIST, Gaithersburg, MD

2Maryland NanoCenter, UMD, MD

3EEEL, NIST, MD

Scanning Tunneling Spectroscopy of Gated Graphene Bilayers

SS3-O-5

6ba42774-b

15:4516:00

C. Virojanadara1, A. A. Zakharov2, R. Yakimova1, L. I. Johansson1

1Linköping Univ, Sweden; 2Lund Univ, Sweden

Buffer free bi-layer graphene on SiC(0001)

SS3-O-6

3e36f623-1

16:0016:15

J. H. Gao1, M. Kitahara1, M. S. Xu2, D. Fujita1

1ICMN (MANA) and ANCC

2National Institute for Materials Science, Japan

Growth of Graphene and Carbon Nanowires on Pt(111) Surfaces by Surface Segregation and Precipitation

SS3-O-7

03bfbe06-2

16:1516:30

Coffee Break



16:3018:00

Conference Plenary Lecture Session 1

18:3020:30

Banquet, Location




August 24, 2010

Tuesday Morning, Rm. 201A

Session No. and Topic: SS4 STM/STS II

Presiding

Harald Brune (EPFL, Switzerland), Xi Chen (Tsinghua University, China)

Time

Authors, Affiliation

Title

Abs. No.

8:008:30

Joseph A. Stroscio

NIST, USA

High Resolution Tunneling Spectroscopy of Graphene in Weak and Strong Disorder Potentials

SS4-KN-1

13e62fa7-6

8:309:00

Werner A. Hofer

Universityof Liverpool, UK

Dynamic processes at the atomic scale

SS4-IN-1

ca97a0f3-8

9:009:15

Dingyong Zhong, Harald Fuchs, Lifeng Chi

Universität Münster, Germany

Surface-supported polymerization investigated by scanning tunneling microscopy

SS4-O-1

a1f37fe3-c

9:159:30

A. Brambilla1, A. Picone1, F. Donati1, G. Fratesi2, P. Sessi1, S. Achilli2, M. Passoni1, C. S. Casari1,4, A. Li Bassi1,4, M. I. Trioni3, M. Finazzi1, L. Duò1, F. Ciccacci1

1CNISM-NEMAS, Italy

2Università di Milano-Bicocca, Italy

3CNR-INFM, Italy

4Center for Nano Sci & Technol [email protected], Italy

Scanning tunneling microscopy and spectroscopy of the Fe(001)-p(1x1)O surface

SS4-O-2

ede54d89-1

9:309:45

Y. Oh1, S. I. Mamun2, J. Kwon1, J. Kim2, Y. Kuk1

1Seoul National University, Korea

2Kongju National University, Korea

Observation of Tetrairon(III) Single Molecule Magnet using Scanning Tunneling Microscopy and Spectroscopy

SS4-O-3

ed55bd61-5

9:4510:00

T. K .A. Spaeth, M. Wenderoth, K. Löser, R. G. Ulbrich

Georg-August Universität Göttingen, Germany

The Si(111)-2x1 surface: Formation of pi-bonded chains and co-existence of forward and backward buckling

SS4-O-4

f1b8816f-8

10:0010:30

S. Rousset1, H. Lin1,2, J. Lagoute1 , V. Repain1, C. Chacon1, Y. Girard1, J-S. Lauret3, F. Ducastelle2, H. Amara2, A. Loiseau2, L. Henrard4

1Université Paris Diderot-CNRS, France
2ONERA-CNRS, France

3Institut d’Alembert, France

4Facultes Univ Notre-Dame de la Paix, Belgium

Wave functions imaging and many-body effects in carbon nanotubes measured by STS

SS4-IN-2

2c8c7531-d

10:3011:00

Xucun Ma

Institute of Physics, CAS, China

Molecular beam epitaxial growth and superconductivity of ultrathin films of FeSe

SS4-IN-3

A0105BC5-B

11:0011:15

Sangjun Jeon1, Hwansoo Suh2, Sungmin Kim1, Young Kuk1

1Seoul National University, Korea

2Samsung Advanced Institute of Technol., Korea

Superconductivity on Nb/Si(111) System: a Scanning Tunneling Microscopy and Spectroscopy Study

SS4-O-5

9c4e391a-0

11:1511:30

J.N.Wu1 Hiroshi Kezuka1 ,Shunichi Arisawa2, Kazuhiro Endo3

1Tokyo University of Technology, Japan

2National Institute for Materials Science

3Kanazawa Institute of Technology

Characteristics of BSCCO high-temperature superconducting thin films prepared by MOCVD

SS4-O-6

903cd254-e

11:3011:45

Chang Q Sun

Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Zooming into zones aside STM/S Scoped

SS4-O-7

898d6a62-6

11:4512:00

W.D. Xiao1, H.G. Zhang1, J.C. Lian1, Y.H. Jiang1, Y.Y. Zhang1, Y. Pan1, Q. Liu1, N. Jiang1, L.W. Liu1, S.X. Du1, W. A. Hofer2, H.-J. Gao1

1Institute of Physics, CAS, China

2University of Liverpool, UK

Mode Dependent Localization of Phonon Excitations in Graphene Monolayer on Ru(0001)

SS4-O-8

922ca602-a

12:0014:00

Lunch Break & Poster Session 1




Tuesday Morning, Rm. 201B

Session No. and Topic: SS5 Surface and Adsorbate Systems II

Presiding

Werner A. Hofer (University of Liverpool, UK), Shixuan Du (Institute of Physics, CAS, China)

Time

Authors, Affiliation

Title

Abs. No.

8:308:45

T. Pertram1, J. M. Essen1, S. Le Moal2, M. Moors1, C. Becker2, K. Wandelt1

1University of Bonn, Germany

2Aix-Marseille Université, France

Formation of metal-free phthalocyanine chains on Au(110)

SS5-O-1

aa6cc70e-5

8:459:00

B.Borca1, J.M. Rodríguez-García1, J.J. Hinarejos1, A.L. Vázquez de Parga1,2, R. Miranda1,2

1Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain

2IMDEA Nanociencia, Spain

Magnetic metal-organic frameworks by means of a versatile 2D molecular self-assembly

SS5-O-2

4dd304dd-d

9:009:30

Quanmin Guo

University of Birmingham,UK

Directed molecular self-assembly on metal surfaces

SS5-IN-1

7899c983-4

9:309:45

D.A. Duncan1, T.J. Lerotholi1, W. Unterberger2, D. Kreikemeyer2, D.P. Woodruff1

1University of Warwick, UK

2Fritz-Haber_institut der MPG, Germany

The local structure of biologically-related molecules on Cu surfaces

SS5-O-3

255b0ce4-8

9:4510:00

Y. Zhao, Z. Wang, B. Wang, J. L. Yang, J. G. Hou

Univ Sci &Technol China, China

Electron-induced dissociation of CO2 on the reduced TiO2(110)

SS5-O-4

2e3506c9-c

10:0010:15

Z. H. Qin, Q. M. Guo, K. Zang, C. D. Liu, Y. H. Yu, G. Y. Cao

Wuhan Institute of Physics & Mathematics, China

Scanning Tunneling Microscopy of CoPc Molecules on Cu(001): Morphologies, Structures and Stability

SS5-O-5

15bed718-6

10:1510:45

H. W. Yeom

Pohang Univ of Science and Technology, Korea

Novel electronic structures of nanostructured Pb monolayers on silicon -giant kink and massless electrons

SS5-IN-2

aa8d0dec-7

10:4511:00

G. Schulze, K. J. Franke, J. I. Pascual

Freie Universität Berlin, Germany

Ring-opening/closing reactions of spiropyran on metal and semi-metal surfaces

SS5-O-6

6e80112a-3

11:0011:15

K. Ozawa1, K. Mase2

1Tokyo Inst Technol, Japan; 2HEARO(KEK), Japan

Surface Metallization of ZnO by Molecular Adsorption

SS5-O-7

8a938550-3

11:1511:30

H.M. Zhang, L.K.E. Ericsson, L.S.O. Johansson

Karlstad University, Sweden

Photoemission and NEXAFS Studies of PTCDA on Sn/Si(111)-2√3×2√3

SS5-O-8

2381b08a-1

11:3011:45

Grzegorz Goryl1, Szymon Godlewski1, Dawid Toton1, Lev Kantorovich2, Marek Szymonski1, Jacek J. Kolodziej1

1Jagiellonian University, Poland

2King's College London, UK

Electronic properties of planar molecules adsorbed on InSb(001) surface

SS5-O-9

8e81e3ff-9

11:4512:00

R. F. Dou1, F. Lin2, F. W. Liu1, Y. Sun1, B. F. Lin1, J.Y. Yang1, C. M. Xiong1, L. He1, J.C. Nie1

1Beijing Normal University, China

2Peking University, China

Surface Stabilization Variation of Organic Conductors Induced by π-π stacking interactions

SS5-O-10

b9d73728-c

112:0014:00

Lunch Break & Poster Session 1





Tuesday Morning, Rm. 201C

Session No. and Topic: SS6 Surface, Interface and Growth I

Presiding

Shuji Hasegawa (University of Tokyo, Japan), Quanmin Guo (University of Birmingham,UK)

Time

Authors, Affiliation

Title

Abs. No.

8:008:15

T. U. Schülli1,3, R. Daudin1, G. Renaud1, A. Pasturel2

1Institut Nanosciences et Cryogénie, France

2SIMAP INPG, France; 3ESRF, France

Substrate-enhanced supercooling in AuSi droplets

SS6-O-1

2a3e3b41-d

8:158:30

L.J. Cristina1, J.C. Moreno-López1, M.C.G. Passeggi (h) 1S. Sferco1,2, R.A. Vidal1, J. Ferrón1,3

1INTEC (CONICET-UNL), Argentina

2Ciudad Universitaria (UNL), Argentina.

3Facultad de Ingeniería Química, Argentina

Surface characterization of self assembled N-Cu nanostructures

SS6-O-2

68FCE9B2-4

8:308:45

Andrey Shchukarev

Umeå University, Sweden

Approaching the real solid-aqueous solution interface with UHV surface analysis techniques: X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy

SS6-O-3

3390cf63-a

8:459:00

M.Trelka1, A.Medina1, D.Écija1, C.Urban1, O. Gröning2, R. Fasel2, J.M.Gallego3, C.Claessens1, R.Otero1,4, T.Torres1, R. Miranda1,4

1Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain,

2Swiss Federal labor Mater Test& Res, Switzerland,

3Inst de Ciencia de Materiales de Madrid, Spain,

4IMDEA-Nano, Spain

Epitaxial growth of subphtalocyanine based nanocrystals

SS6-O-4

75500361-1

9:009:15

A.B. Pang, K.L. Man, M.S. Altman

Hong Kong Univ Sci & Technol, China

Adatom-Vacancy Mechansim of Step Motion on the Si(111) (1x1) Surface

SS6-O-5

3f9a30ac-a

9:159:30

M. Matena1, Z. Abd-el-Fattah2, F. Schiller3, J. E. Ortega1-3

1Donostia International Physics Center, Spain

2Universidad del Pais Vasco, Spain

3CSIC-UPV/EHU, Spain

Superlattice bands in tunable dislocation networks: structural/electronic interplay

SS6-O-6

18b9c7a8-4

9:3010:00

Takashi Uchihashi

National Institute for Materials Science, Japan

Stacking-fault Superlattices and One-dimensional Surface States of Epitaxial Ag Films on Silicon

SS6-IN-1

cd9a9788-4

10:0010:15

Coffee break


 

10:1510:30

Lin Tang, Fangsen Li, Quanmin Guo

University of Birmingham, UK

A structured two-dimensional Au/Si alloy

SS6-O-7

baefa96c-e

10:3010:45

C. Teichert1, G. Hlawacek1, S. Lorbek1, P. Puschnig1, D. Nabok1, C. Ambrosch-Draxl1, P. Frank1, T. Potocar2, A. Winkler2

1University of Leoben, Austria

2Graz University of Technology, Austria

Pecularities of molecular diffusion processes and island nucleation in organic thin film growth

SS6-O-8

614e367f-f

10:4511:00

T. Fukuda1, T. Yasui1, K. Umezawa2, H. Nakayama1

1Osaka City University, Japan

2Osaka Prefecture University, Japan

Island formation of Cu overlayers on Ni(110) surfaces

SS6-O-9

4fd90910-4

11:0011:15

L. D. Sun1, C. Y. Liu1,2, D. Queteschiner1, G. Weidlinger1, X. Fu2, X.T. Hu2, P. Zeppenfeld1

1Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria

2Tianjin University, China

Inversion of pentacene/para-sexiphenyl heterostructures on Cu(110)

SS6-O-10

9ba440dc-6

11:1511:30

K. L. Man1, M. C. Tringides2, M. M. T. Loy1, M. S. Altman1

1Hong Kong Univ Sci & Technol, China

2Iowa State University, USA

Anomalous Mass Transport in the Pb Wetting Layer on the Si(111) Surface

SS6-O-11

4d801818-9

11:30–11:45

N. Jiang1, Y. Y. Zhang1, Q. Liu1, Z. H. Cheng1, Z. T. Deng1, S. X. Du1, M. J. Beck2,3, S. T. Pantelides2,4, H.-J. Gao1

1Institute of Physics, CAS, China

2Vanderbilt University, USA

3University of Kentucky, USA

4Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA

Diffusivity Control in Molecule-on-metal Systems using Electric Fields

SS6-O-12

f4922b11-4

11:45–12:00

L. W. Liu1, J. C. Lian1, Z. H. Cheng1, Y. H. Jiang1, Y. Y. Zhang1, W. Ji1, W. D. Xiao1, S. X. Du1, W. A. Hofer2, H.-J. Gao1

1Institute of Physics, CAS, China

2University of Liverpool, UK

Mapping Anti-Bonding Electron States of a Pb Adatom on Pb(111)

SS6-O-13

11a16b85-e

12:0014:00

Lunch Break & Poster Session 1





Tuesday Afternoon, Rm. 201A

Session No. and Topic: SS7 STM/STS III

Presiding

Yukio Hasegawa (The University of Tokyo, Japan), Wei Chen (National University of Singapore, Singapore)

Time

Authors, Affiliation

Title

Abs. No.

14:0014:30

Shuji Hasegawa

University of Tokyo, Japan

Electronic and Spin Transport at Surfaces and nanostructures

SS7-KN-1

16e7de12-1

14:3015:00

A. F. Otte1,2, M. Ternes1, K. von Bergmann1,3, S. Loth1,4, H. Brune1,5, C. P. Lutz1, C. F. Hirjibehedin1,6, A.J. Heinrich1

1IBM Almaden, USA; 2Universiteit Leiden, Netherlands; 3University of Hamburg, Germany; 4UC Berkeley, USA; 5EPFL, Switzerland

6University College London (UCL), UK

The impact of the local environment on the Kondo screening of a high–spin atom

SS7-IN-1

c06857cd-f

15:0015:15

A.N. Chaika1, S.S. Nazin1, V.N. Semenov1, V.G. Glebovskiy1, S.I. Bozhko1, K. Radican2, O. Lübben2, I.V. Shvets2

1Institute of Solid State Physics, Russia

2Trinity College, Ireland

Control of the spatial resolution in ultimately high resolution STM experiments with [001]-oriented single crystalline tungsten probes

SS7-O-1

e5a42998-d

15:1515:30

F. Donati1, C. S. Casari1,2, A. Mairov1, M. Passoni1, C. E. Bottani1,2, G. Fratesi3, M. I. Trioni3, A. Li Bassi1,2

1Center for NanoEngineered Mater & Surf, Italy

2CNST - [email protected], Italy

3Università di Milano-Bicocca, Italy

4CNR-INFM, UdR Milano-Bicocca, Italy

Growth and electronic properties of low-dimensional Fe/Au(111) structures

SS7-O-2

24260d0e-3

15:3016:00

T. Hanaguri

IKEN Advanced Science Institute, Japan

Spectroscopic-imaging STM studies on unconventional superconductors

SS7-IN-2

6709d6d5-6

16:0016:15

F. Yin1, J. Akola2,3, P. Koskinen2, M. Manninen2, R. E. Palmer1

1Univ Birmingham, UK; 2Univ Jyväskylä, Finland

3Tampere Univ Technol, Finland

Bright Beach States of Nanoscale Potassium Islands on Graphite

SS7-O-3

6848f8d1-b

16:1516:30

Coffee Break



16:3018:00

Conference Plenary Lecture Session 2



Tuesday Afternoon, Rm. 201B

Session No. and Topic: SS8 Surface and Adsorbate Systems III

Presiding

Takashi Uchihashi (National Institute for Materials Science, Japan)

Time

Authors, Affiliation

Title

Abs. No.

14:3014:45

G. Laurent1, D. Barredo1, D. Farías1, C. Díaz1 , P. Riviere1, M. F. Somers2, F. Martín1, R. Miranda1,3

1Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain

2Leiden University, Netherlands

3IMDEA-Nanociencia, Spain

An Experimental and Theoretical Study of Rotationally Inelastic Diffraction of D2 from NiAl(110)

SS8-O-1

7946b37c-8

14:4515:00

Wei Chen, Christoph Tegenkamp, Herbert Pfnür

Leibniz Uni. Hannover, Germany

Adsorptions of Organic Molecules on Insulating Surfaces

SS8-O-2

56ad1557-0

15:0015:30

Shixuan Du

Institute of Physics, CAS, China

Identifying Multiple Configurations and Controlling Diffusivity of Complex Molecules on Metal Surfaces

SS8-IN-1

e1f72c62-f

15:3015:45

H. P. Koch1,2, I. Bakó2, R. Schennach1

1Graz University of Technology, Austria

2Chemical Research Centre of HAC, Hungary

Adsorption of small molecules on a (2x1) PdZn and and PdznO surface alloy

SS8-O-3

d17b0039-5

15:4516:00

H. Hedgeland1, B.A.J. Lechner1, F.E. Tuddenham1, A.P. Jardine1, W. Allison1, J. Ellis1, B. J. Hinch2

1Univ Cambridge, UK; 2Rutgers Univ, USA

The dynamics of thermally activated motion of cyclopentadienyl and pyrrole on Cu(111)

SS8-O-4

d1b59d33-5

16:0016:15

C. Urban1, David Écija1, Marta Trelka1, Roberto Otero1,2, J. M. Gallego3, N. Martín2,4, R. Miranda1,2

1Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain

2IMDEA-Nanociencia, Spain; 3ICMM, Spain

4Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain

Vacancy Diffusion in Self-assembled Organic Monolayers of a TTF Derivative

SS8-O-5

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16:1516:30

Coffee Break



16:3018:00

Conference Plenary Lecture Session 2



Tuesday Afternoon, Rm. 201C

Session No. and Topic: SS9 Graphene II

Presiding

M. C. Hersam (Northwestern University, USA)

Time

Authors, Affiliation

Title

Abs. No.

14:0014:15

Cheng Lv, Qingzhong Xue, Dan Xia, Ming Ma, Jie Xie, Huijuan Chen

China University of Petroleum, China

Effect of chemisorption structure on the interfacial bonding characteristics of 32graphene-polymer composites

SS9-O-1

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14:1514:30

Zhu. Cao, Xin Li, Weihua Liu, Tao Dang

Xian Jiaotong University, China

Localized and Oriented Growth of Graphene by Chemical Vapor Deposition

SS9-O-2

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14:3015:00

Harald Brune

EPFL, Switzerland

Graphene mono- and bilayers on close-packed metal surfaces

SS9-IN-1

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15:0015:15

Qiang Fu, Yi Cui, Hui Zhang, Xinhe Bao

Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, CAS, China

Controlled growth of graphene on Ru(0001): from nanographene to multilayer grapheme

SS9-O-3

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15:1515:30

G. Dong, D.W. van Baarle, M.J. Rost, J.W.M. Frenken

Leiden University, Netherlands

Understanding graphene formation on transition metals

SS9-O-4

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15:3015:45

C.F.J. Flipse, J. Cervenka, M.I.Katsnelson

Eindhoven University of technology, Netherlands

room-temperature ferromagnetism in graphite driven by two-dimensional networks of point defects

SS9-O-5

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15:4516:00

K. T. He1, J. C. Koepke1, S. W. Schmucker1, S. Barraza-Lopez2, Y. Xu3, J. D. Wood1, N. R. Aluru1, J. W. Lyding1

1University of Illinois, USA

2Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

3Zhejiang University, China

Scanning tunneling microscopy studies of the atomic interactions between nanometer-sized, monolayer graphene flakes and semiconductor substrates

SS9-O-6

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16:0016:15

Suyong Jung1,2, Gregory M. Rutter1, Nikolai N. Klimov1,2,3,David B. Newell3, Nikolai B. Zhitenev1, Joseph A. Stroscio1

1CNST, NIST, Gaithersburg, MD

2Maryland NanoCenter, UMD, MD

3EEEL, NIST, Gaithersburg, MD

Scanning tunneling spectroscopy of a gated graphene device in the quantum Hall regim

SS9-O-7

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16:1516:30

Coffee Break



16:3018:00

Conference Plenary Lecture Session 2


August 25, 2010

Wednesday Morning, Rm. 201A

Session No. and Topic: SS10 Single Atom/Molecule Manipulation

Presiding

C. F. Hirjibehedin (University College London, UK), X. H. Qiu (National Center for Nanosci & Technol, China)

Time

Authors, Affiliation

Title

Abs. No.

8:008:15

Andrew C. Norris1,2, Ozger Ozer1, John B. Pethica1

1Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

2Laboratory for Nanoscale Science, Switzerland

The energy to move atoms?

SS10-O-1

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8:158:30

T. Y. Fu1, R. J. Lin1, J. L. Hou1,2, I. S. Hwang2, T. T. Tsong2

1National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan, China

2Institute of Physics, Academia Sinica, Taiwan, China

Formation and mechanism of ultra-sharp single atom tips

SS10-O-2

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8:309:00

P. M. Koenraad

Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands

Single impurity manipulation and analysis in semiconductors by STM

SS10-IN-1

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9:00–9:15

K. Motobayashi1,2, Y. Kim2, H. Ueba3, Maki Kawai 1,2

1University of Tokyo, Japan; 2RIKEN, Japan

3University of Toyama, Japan

Practical analysis of Action Spectra for Single Molecule Motions and Reactions

SS10-O-3

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9:15–9:30

K. Teichmann1, M. Wenderoth1, S. Loth1, R. G. Ulbrich1, J. K. Garleff2, A. P. Wijnheijmer2, P. M. Koenraad2

1University of Göttingen, Germany

2Eindhoven Univ Technol, Netherlands

Charge switching of donor systems near the GaAs(110) surface induced by the tip of an STM

SS10-O-4

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9:30–9:45

Oscar Custance

NIMS, Japan

Atomic force microscopy as a tool for atom manipulation at room temperature

SS10-O-5

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9:45–10:00

T. Sonnleitner, I. Swart, J. Repp

University of Regensburg, Germany

Atomic-scale manipulation of single molecules on ultra-thin insulating films using an STM

SS10-O-6

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10:00–10:30

Y. Sugawara, Y. Kinoshita, T. Satou, Y. Naitoh, M. Kageshima, Y. J. Li

Osaka University, Japan

Atom Manipulation and Force Spectroscopy on Cu(110)-O Surface with Low Temperature Noncontact AFM

SS10-IN-2

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10:30–10:45

A. Garcia-Lekue1, T. Frederiksen1, D. Sánchez-Portal2, A. Arnau2,3

1DIPC, Spain; 2CSIC-UPV/EHU, Spain

3Dpto. de Física de Materiales, UPV/EHU, Spain

Manipulating single-molecule vibrational spectroscopy by means of functionalized STM tips

SS10-O-7

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10:4511:00

Weihua Wang1, Xingqiang Shi2, Mochen Jin1, Nian Lin1, C. Minot2, 3, M.A. Van Hove2

1Hong Kong Univ Sci & Technol, China

2City University of Hong Kong, China

3Université Pierre & Marie Curie, France

Electron Stimulation of Internal Torsion of a Surface-mounted Molecular Rotor

SS10-O-8

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11:00–11:15

T. Komeda, H. Isshiki, Y. F. Zhang, K. Katoh, Y. Yoshida, M. Yamashita, H. Miyasaka, B. K. Breedlove

Tohoku University, Japan

Detection and Manipulation of Spin state of Single Molecule Magnet: Kondo resonance and ESR-STM

SS10-O-9

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11:15–11:30

I. Swart, T. Sonnleitner, J. Repp

University of Regensburg, Germany

Controlling the charge-state of single molecules

SS10-O-10

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11:3011:45

J. K. Garleff, A. P. Wijnheijmer, C. N. v. d. Enden, P. M. Koenraad

Eindhoven Univ Technol, Netherlands

Quantum tunneling of surface donors between bistable configurations in semiconductor crystals

SS10-O-11

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11:4512:00

K. Tomatsu1, K. Nakatsuji1, M. Yamada1, B. Yan2, C. Yam2, Y. Xu3, T. Frauenheim2, W. Duan3, F. Komori1

1University of Tokyo, Japan

2Bremen University, Germany

3Tsinghua University, China

Nonlocal atom manipulation through coupling between local vibration mode and extended electronic state at Ge(001) surface

SS10-O-12

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12:00–14:00

Lunch Break & Poster Session 2



Wednesday Morning, Rm. 201B

Session No. and Topic: SS11 Surface and Adsorbate Systems IV

Presiding

Maki Kawai (RIKEN, Japan), Xucun Ma (Institute of Physics, CAS, China)

Time

Authors, Affiliation

Title

Abs. No.

8:008:15

L. Shi, Y. Aoki, H. Hirayama

Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

Hydrogen transmission in ultra-thin Ag films epitaxially grown on Si (111)7x7 surfaces

SS11-O-1

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8:158:30

Haiming Zhang1, Yong Li1, Xin Xu2, Taolei Sun1, Harald Fuchs1, Lifeng Chi1

1Muenster University, Germany

2Xiamen University, China

Ion strength and pH sensitive phase transition of N-isobutyryl-L-(D)-cysteine monolayers on Au (111) surfaces

SS11-O-2

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8:308:45

Jiang Lizhen

Zhejiang University, China

Iron Phthalocyanine (FePc) growth on Ag (100) surface

SS11-O-3

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8:459:00

Hyungjoon Shim, Heechul Lim, Younghoon Kim, Geunseop Lee

Inha University, Korea

STM investigation of oxygen adsorption on the Si(111)4×1-In surface

SS11-O-4

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9:009:15

Jinxuan Liu1, Björn Schüpbach2, Asif Bashir3, Osama Shekhah4, Alexei Nefedov 4, Martin Kind 2, Andreas Terfort 2, Christof Wöll4

1Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany

2Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main, Germany

3Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung, Germany

4Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany

Structural characterization of self-assembled monolayers of pyridine-terminated thiolates on gold

SS11-O-5

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9:159:30

Serpil Boz1, Meike Stöhr2, Michael Schär3, Francois Diederich3, Thomas A. Jung1,4

1University of Basel, Switzerland

2University of Groningen, Netherlands

3ETH Zurich, Switzerland

4Paul Scherrer Institute, Switzerland

Transfer of chirality from individual helicene derivatives into 2D supramolecular structures on Cu(111)

SS11-O-6

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9:309:45

S. Subach, Ch. Weiss, R. Temirov, F. S. Tautz

Research Center Juelich, Germany

Site-specific polarization screening in organic thin films

SS11-O-7

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9:4510:00

Jianyuan Dai1,2, Jing Jin1, Haiqiong Zhang1, Shuping Bi1

1Nanjing University, China

2Sichuan University, China

Selective Penetration of Metal Atoms ― New Evidence and Application for the Simple Ideal Penetration Model of the Close-Packed Alkanethiol Self-Assembled Monolayers on Au(111)

SS11-O-8

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10:0010:15

Coffee Break



10:1510:45

Kai Wu

Peking University, China

Controlling 2D Molecular Porous Networks with Hydrogen Bonds

SS11-IN-1

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10:4511:00

P. Cabrera-Sanfelix1, S. Maier2, I. Stass2,3, M. V. Fernández-Serra4, A. Arnau1,5,7, M. Salmeron2,6, D. Sánchez-Portal1,7

1DIPC, Spain

2Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA

3Freie Universität Berlin, Germany

4State University of New York, USA 5Dep. de Física de Materiales UPV/EHU, Spain

6Univ. of California Berkeley, USA

7Materials Physics Center MPC, Spain

Water Adsorption on Clean and Oxygen Decorated Ru Surfaces

SS11-O-9

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11:0011:15

M.N. Shariati1, E. Göthelid1, P. Palmgren1, I. Bidermane1,2, S. Ahmadi3 , K. Nilson4, M. N. Piancastelli1, C. Puglia1

1Uppsala University, Sweden

2Université Pierre at Marie Curie, France

3Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden

4Technical University of Denmark, Denmark

Core-level photoemission and STM studies of metal-free Phthalocyanine on Au(111)

SS11-O-10

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11:1511:30

D. Silber 1, Franziska Traeger1, Piotr Kowalski1, Alexei Nefedov2, Christof Wöll2

1Univ Bochum, Germany; 2KIT, Germany

A comparative study of short-chained alcohols and water adsorbed on TiO2(110) by He atom scattering and DFT

SS11-O-11

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11:30–11:45

D. Kreikemeyer-Lorenzo1, M.K. Bradley2, W. Unterberger1, D.A. Duncan2, T.J. Lerotholi2, J. Robinson2, D.P. Woodruff2

1Fritz-Haber-Institut der MPG, Germany

2University of Warwick, UK

The adsorption structure of the methoxy species on Cu(110)

SS11-O-12

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11:45–12:00

D. Ecija1, D. Heim1, K. Seufert1, W. Auwärter1, C. Aurisicchio2, C. Fabbro3, D. Bonifazi2,3, J. V. Barth1

1Technische Universität München, Germany

2Univ Namur, Belgium; 3Univ Trieste, Italy

Self-assembly of flexible one-dimensional coordination polymers on metal surfaces

SS11-O-13

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12:0014:00

Lunch Break & Poster Session 2





Wednesday Morning, Rm. 201C

Session No. and Topic: SS12 Surface, Interface and Growth II

Presiding

Sylvie Rousset (Université Paris Diderot-CNRS, France), Kai Wu (Peking University, China)

Time

Authors, Affiliation

Title

Abs. No.

8:008:30

K. Wandelt

Universtiy of Bonn, Germany

Spontaneous formation of nanostructures at surfaces

SS12-IN-1

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8:308:45

N. I. Plusnin1,2

1Inst of Automation & Control Processes, Russia

2Vladivostok State University of Economics & Service, Russia

Atomic scale control of interface formation

SS12-O-1

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8:459:00

J. J. Kolodziej, G. Goryl

Jagiellonian University, Poland

Do we understand the structure of the metal-rich (001) surfaces of III-V compounds?

SS12-O-2

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9:009:15

Hui-Qiong Wang1, Xu-Jiang Jiang1, Junyong Kang1, Victor E. Henrich2

1Xiamen University, China

2Yale University, USA

Terrace and Step Structures of the Fe3O4 (110) Surface

SS12-O-3

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9:159:30

Hiroyuki S. Kato1, Kazuto Akagi2, Shiji Tsuneyuki3, Maki Kawai 1,3

1RIKEN, Japan; 2Tohoku University, Japan

3University of Tokyo, Japan

Hydrogen-bonding network for H/D exchange reaction of hydroxyl groups at liquid-solid interfaces

SS12-O-4

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9:309:45

Xinrui Miao, Li Xu, Wenli Deng

South China University of Technology, China.

Fabrication and structural transition of 1, 3, 5 - tris (10-ethoxycarbonyldecyloxy) benzene self-assembly on HOPG surface investigated by STM observation and computer simulation

SS12-O-5

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9:4510:00

Syed Jawid Askari

National Univ Sci & Technol, Pakistan

Enhancement in friction coefficients of bare Titanium by deposition of polycrystalline CVD diamond Film

SS12-O-6

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10:00–10:15

Coffee break



10:15–10:30

R.V. Sukho, A.P. Kryshtal, N.T. Gladkikh

V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, Ukraine

Critical thickness of contact melting in Ge/Au layered eutectic film system

SS12-O-7

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10:30–10:45

X. L. Huang, C. H. Chou, C. L. Lin, S. L. Tsay, T. Y. Fu

National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan, China.

Co islands grown on different structural Ag/Ge(111) substrate

SS12-O-8

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10:45–11:00

Michael James1, H. Cavaye2, A. R. G. Smith2, P. E. Shaw2, A. Nelson1, I. R. Gentle2 , P. L. Burn2

1Australian Nucl Sci & Technol Org, Australia.

2University of Queensland, Australia.

When explosives are welcome at your nuclear reactor… Molecular sensing using fluorescent dendrimer films and neutron reflectometry

SS12-O-9

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11:00–11:15

Hui Ma, Xin Li, Weihua Liu, Hongzhong Liu, Jun Cheng

Xi’an Jiaotong University, China

The gas sensing mechanism of the low-dimension carbon composites with ZnO quantum dots

SS12-O-10

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11:15–11:30

Pavel Stishenko1, A. V. Myshlyavtsev 1,2

1Omsk State Technical University, Russia

2Institute of Hydrocarbons Processing SB RAS, Russia

Monte Carlo simulation of CO adsorption on Au nanoparticles

SS12-O-11

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11:30–11:45

Xing-Qiang Shi1, Michel A. Van Hove1, C.S. Lin1, R.Q. Zhang1, C. Minot1,2, W.H. Wang3, Y.N. Hong3, B.Z. Tang3, N. Lin3

1City University of Hong Kong, China

2Université Pierre & Marie Curie, France

3Hong Kong Univ Sci & Technol, China

Manipulating and Imaging Localized Electronic States of a Single-Molecule Double Heterojunction

SS12-O-12

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11:45–12:00




12:0014:00

Lunch Break & Poster Session 2





Wednesday Afternoon, Rm. 201A

Session No. and Topic: SS13 STM/STS IV

Presiding

A. Yazdani (Princeton University, USA)

Time

Authors, Affiliation

Title

Abs. No.

14:0014:30

Maki Kawai

RIKEN, Japan

Single Molecule Spectroscopy and Reaction

SS13-KN-1

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14:3015:00

Richard Berndt

IChristian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel, Germany

Controlled single atom and single molecule contacts

SS13-IN-1

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15:0015:15

J. Dumont1, R. Sporken1, B. Hackens2, S. Melinte2

1PMR Research Centre, FUNDP, Belgium

2CERMIN, UCL, Belgium

ZnO(0001) Surfaces Probed by Scanning Tunneling Spectroscopy: Evidence for non-Uniform Electronic Structure

SS13-O-1

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15:1515:30

F. Donati, C. E. Bottani, M. Passoni

NEMAS and CNISM, Italy

Three-dimensional approach to Scanning Tunneling Spectroscopy

SS13-O-2

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15:3015:45

J. Brede1, ∙N. Atodiresei2, S. Kuck1, P. Lasic2, V. Caciuc2, S. Blügel2, G. Hoffmann1, R. Wiesendanger1

1University of Hamburg, Germany

2Institut für Festkörperforschung, Germany

Spin-dependent tunneling through a single molecule with intramolecular resolution

SS13-O-3

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15:4516:00

C. A. Bobisch1, M. C. Cottin1, J. Schaffert1, A. Sonntag1, G. Jnawali1, M. Horn-von Hoegen1, G. Bihlmayer2, R. Möller1

1University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany

2Institut für Festkörperforschung, Germany

Electronic properties of thin Bismuth (111) films

SS13-O-4

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16:0016:15

T. Frederiksen1, M. Brandbyge2, G. Schull3, R. Berndt4

1Donostia International Physics Center, Spain

2Technical University of Denmark, Lyngby

3CNRS - IPCMS - DSI, France

4Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel, Germany

Transport properties of touching molecules

SS13-O-5

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16:1516:30

Coffee Break



16:3018:00

Conference Plenary Lecture Session 3


Wednesday Afternoon, Rm. 201B

Session No. and Topic: SS14 Surface and Adsorbate Systems V

Presiding

Toshio Sakurai (Tohoku University, Japan), H. W. Yeom (Pohang Univ of Science and Technology, Korea)s

Time

Authors, Affiliation

Title

Abs. No.

14:0014:15

Yaping Wu, Yinghui Zhou, Huahan Zhan, Junyong Kang

Xiamen University, China

Identical-sized Au magic clusters grown on Si(111)-(7×7) surface

SS14-O-1

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14:1514:30

A. Narita1,2, Y. Baba1, T. Sekiguchi1, I. Shimoyama1, N. Hirao1, T. Yaita1,2

1