Dutch SPM Day 2017
- Wednesday 8 November 2017
2333 CC Leiden
It is our pleasure to announce that the Dutch SPM Day 2017 will take place at Leiden University, Leiden on Wednesday, November 8 2017.
The Dutch Scanning Probe Microscopy Day is an (almost) annual traditional one-day conference that aims at bringing together experts of all fields of scanning probe microscopy research in academia as well as industry within the Netherlands and Belgium as well as from close-by neighbors in Germany.
We will have invited and contributed talks plus a poster session, as well as an industry exhibition.
The SPM Day will be held in the Gorlaeus Laboratories on the beta campus of Leiden University. For any questions, please contact us.
SPM Day programme
9.00 - 9.25: arrival + coffee
9.25 - 9:30: opening
9.30 - 10.20: invited talk Markus Heyde, Fritz Haber Institute Berlin, Germany
"Looking into the Structure of Glass by Designing a New 2D Material"
10.20 - 10.40: contributed talk Samuel Lesko, Bruker
"High resolution electrical characterization in liquid by conductive nanoelectrode probes"
10.40 - 11.00: contributed talk Maarten Leeuwenhoek, Leiden University/TU Delft
"Nanofabricated STM double-tips for probing quantum materials"
11.00 - 11.30: coffee/tea break
11.30 - 11.50: contributed talk Xin Deng, Leiden University
"In situ observation of Pt electrode by electrochemical AFM in sulfuric acid under potential cycling conditions"
11.50 - 12.10: contributed talk Pantelis Bampoulis, TU Twente
"Pressure induced melting of nanoconfined ice"
12.10 - 12.30: contributed talk Marlou Slot, Utrecht University
"(Below) 2D: realizing electronic structures on a Cu(111) surface by atomic manipulation"
12.30 - 14.00: lunch, exhibition, poster session
14.00 - 14.50: invited talk Volker Rose, Argonne National Laboratory, USA
"Synchrotron X-ray Scanning Tunneling Microscopy: A Novel Approach for the Nanoscale Characterization of Materials with Chemical and Magnetic Contrast"
14.50 - 15.10: contributed talk Bay Tran, RU Groningen
"On-surface formation of cumulene by dehalogenative homocoupling of alkenyl gem-dibromides"
15.10 - 15.30: contributed talk Leon Jacobse, Leiden University
"Correlation of surface site formation to nanoisland growth in the electrochemical roughening of Pt(111)"
15.30 - 16.00: coffee/tea break
16.00 - 16.20: contributed talk Alexander Volodin, KU Leuven
"Stress dependence of the suspended graphene work function: Vacuum Kelvin probe force microscopy and density functional theory"
16.20 - 16.40: contributed talk Oleg Kurnosikov, TU Eindhoven
"Functionalization of cleaved probes for STM and AFM"
16.40 - 17.00: contributed talk Martin de Wit, Leiden University
"Quantifying spin-induced dissipation using M(R)FM"
17.00: drinks sponsored by Bruker (“Bruker Borrel”)
15 October 2017: Deadline for abstract submissions: now closed. 27 October 2017: Deadline for registration as participant: now closed.
- 8 November 2017: Conference