Sonderforschungsbereich 616

 

  
  

 

 International Workshop 2006

 

Energy Dissipation at Surfaces
September 24-28, 2006
Schloss Eichholz
In cooperation with the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung.

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Topics
Ultrafast Dynamics,
Electron Phonon Coupling,
Reaction, Adsorption, Chemicurrent
Hot Electrons and Phonons,
Ballistic Transport,
Electromigration, Friction
Invited Speakers
Uwe Bovensiepen (Berlin)
Eugene Chulkov (San Sebast.)
Shuji Hasegawa (Tokyo)
Stephen Holloway (Liverpool)
Lev Kantorovich (London)
Lutz Kipp (Kiel)
Uwe Kreibig (Aachen)

Alfred Leitner (Graz)
Christoph Lienau (Oldenburg)
Hrvoje Petek (Pittsburgh)
Michael Rohlfing (Osnabrück)
Bradley Siwick (Montreal)
Martin Wenderoth (Göttingen)
Alec Wodtke (Santa Barbara)

 

Time Mo 25.09 Tu 26.09 Wed 27.09 Th 28.09
8:00 Arrival

     
9:00 Welcome coffee Feldhaus:
Short-wavelength free-electron lasers status and perspectives.
Chulkov:
Dynamics of electrons and holes in bulk metals and at surfaces.
Leitner:
Localized surface plasmons in metal nanostructures: interaction with fluorophors.
10:00   Sokolowski-Tinten:
Ultrafast X-ray science at the sub-picosend pulse source.
Petek:
Ultrafast photoelectron emission microscopy of surface plasmon dynamics.
Rohlfing:
Dynamics of electron-hole excitations at surfaces described by ab-initio
many-body perturbation theory.
  Horn-von Hoegen:
Introduction
Coffee break Coffee break Coffee break
11:00 Wenderoth:
Scanning tunneling microscopy - beyond mapping the local density of states.
Krenzer:
Ultrafast electron diffraction at surfaces: who cares about Bi on Si?
Kipp:
Angle resolved photoemission with synchrotron radiation: from storage rings to free electron lasers.
Lienau:
Ultrafast coherent nano-spectroscopy of quantum dots and metallic photonic crystals.
12:00 Möller:
Ballistic electron microscopy of individual molecules.
Siwick:
Making movies of molecules (and materials) with femtosecond electron diffraction.
Horn-von Hoegen:
Electronic structure of low dimensional solids - what can we learn
from photoelectron spectroscopy?
Concluding remarks
13:00 Lunch break

Lunch break Lunch break Lunch break
14:00 Hasegawa:
Modes of electronic
transport in surfaces and nanostructures.
Bovensiepen:
Ultrafast electron-, phonon-, and spin-dynamics at interfaces.
Tour Departure
15:00 Kantorovich:
Dissipation in non-contact atomic force microscopy.
Diesing:
Electronic excitations induced by surface reactions of thermal and hyperthermal H and D atoms on gold surfaces.
   
  Coffee break

Coffee break    
16:00 Pucci:
The effect of Cu adatoms on the vibrational spectra of adsorbate molecules.
Wodtke:
Electronically non-adiabatic energy dissipation at surfaces.
   
17:00 Kreibig:
Charge transfer and
plasmonpolariton decoherence at nanoparticle surfaces and interfaces.
Holloway:
Non adiabatic dynamics applied to atomic adsorption.
   
18:00 Dinner

Dinner    
19:00 The importance of scientific exchange for students. International research funding between the priorities of science and political dependence.    
20:00
until
22:00
Poster Poster    


Organization and Contact
Michael Horn-von Hoegen, SFB 616 Speaker
Fachbereich Physik
Universität Duisburg-Essen
Lotharstr.1
47048 Duisburg
Germany
Phone: +49-(0)203-379-1438
Fax: +49-(0)203-379-1555
sfb616@uni-due.de or
horn-von-hoegen@uni-due.de

Angela Poddig, Prof. Horn-von Hoegen Secretary
Fachbereich Physik
Universität Duisburg-Essen
Lotharstr.1
47048 Duisburg
Germany
Phone: +49-(0)203-379-1439
Fax: +49-(0)203-379-1555
angela.poddig@uni-due.de