14-16 September 2011
Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron DESY
Europe/Berlin timezone
Hard X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy is a relatively new technique rapidly developing at synchrotron facilities worldwide. Its larger probing depth (typ. 10-20 nm) makes it a powerful tool for studies of complex materials, buried nano-structures and multi-layered structures relevant for device applications. This international workshop will bring together experts in the field, present an overview of recent activities and achievements and provide a platform for the discussion of emerging new applications and future trends.

 

Confirmed speakers
M. Baer Helmholtz Center Berlin Germany
M. Brumbach Sandia Nat'l Lab. USA
C. Busse U Köln Germany
R. Egdell U Oxford UK
C.S. Fadley UC Davis USA
G. Fecher U Mainz Germany
M. Golden U Amsterdam Netherlands
E. Ikenaga SPring-8 Japan
M. Kavcic IJS, Ljubljana Slovenia
K. Kobayashi NIMS Japan
P. Krüger CNRS, Dijon France
S. Manson GSU Atlanta USA
E. Martinez CEA, Grenoble France
V. Matolin U Prague Czech Rep.
J. Minar LMU München Germany
H. Rensmo U Uppsala Sweden
J.P. Rueff SOLEIL France
A.K. Rumaiz NSLS USA
A. Sekiyama U Osaka Japan
M. Simon Curie U, Paris France
M. Sing U Würzburg Germany
M. Taguchi Riken/SPring-8 Japan
Y. Takata Riken/SPring-8 Japan
H. Wadati U Tokyo Japan
     
     

 


Starts Sep 14, 2011 08:30
Ends Sep 16, 2011 17:00
Europe/Berlin
Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron DESY
Auditorium (Bldg. 5)
Notkestr. 85 22607 Hamburg Germany