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Invited Speakers (to be continued)

  • Friedhelm Bechsted, University of Jena: Quantum spin Hall phase versus quantized spin Hall conductivity?
  • Hugo Dil, EPFL: Electronic structure of polar and ferroic surfaces
  • Stefan Fölsch, PDI Berlin: Quantum dots and quantum rings engineered by atom manipulation
  • Ulrich Köhler, University of Bochum: Selforganized nanostructures on compound semiconductors: structure, magnetic properties and substrate island interaction
  • Jörg Kröger, University of Ilmenau: Spectroscopy of currents and forces in scanning probe junctions
  • Manuel Ligges, University of Duisburg-Essen: Time-domain observation of femtosecond hot carrier transport in nanostructures
  • Herbert Pfnür, University of Hanover: How 1D are atomic wires? Promises and perspectives
  • Frank Meyer zu Heringdorf, University of Duisburg-Essen: Surface Plasmon Vortex Focussing
  • Mario Rocca, University of Genova: Acustic Surface Plasmons: an overview of experimental results
  • Wolf Gero Schmidt, University of Paderborn: Coupling of electronic and atomic degrees of freedom in quasi-1D systems from first-principles calculations
  • Moritz Sokolowski, University of Bonn: Organic Molecules coming to Flatland
  • Michael Tringides, Ames Lab: Metal growth on and under graphene: intercalation, novel 2-d phases and heterostructures
  • Martin Weinelt, FU Berlin: Ultrafast electron dynamics at the surface of spin-orbit materials
  • Wolf Widdra, University of Halle: History and Future of Surface Quasicrystallography
  • Dietrich Zahn, University of Chemnitz: Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy of Low-dimensional Semiconductor Structures
  • Harold Zandvliet, University of Twente: Charge puddles in germanene
  • Vokmar Zielasek, University of Bremen: Two routes off the beaten track towards metal nanoparticle catalysts