Sonderforschungsbereich 616

 

  
  

 

 International Workshop 2008

 

August 25-28, 2008
Physikzentrum Bad Honnef

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Topics
Ultrafast Dynamics
Ballistic Transport
Surface Reactions
Chemicurrent
Plasmonics, Friction
Impact Phenomena
Nanopotentiometry
Electromigration
Hot Electrons, Phonons


Invited Speakers (confirmed)
Martin Aeschlimann (TU Kaiserslautern)
Dan Auerbach (GRT Santa Barbara)
Nigel Browning (Lawrence Livermore NL)
David Cahill (U Illinois Urbana)
Adrian Cavalieri (MPI Garching)
Ib Chorkendorff (DTU Kongens Lyngby)
Tony Heinz (Columbia U New York)
Nicolás Lorente (U Barcelona)
Ron Naaman (Weizmann Institute Rehovot)



Jeong Park (UC Berkeley)
Jerzy Sadowski (Brookhaven NL)
Gregor Schiwietz (HMI Berlin)
John Tully (Yale U New Haven)
Helmut Winter (Humboldt U Berlin)
Helmut Zacharias (U Münster)
Martin Weinelt (MBI, Freie U Berlin)
Martin Wolf (Freie U Berlin)

 

Programme:
30 Minutes Talks + 10-20 Minutes Discussion
Arrival: Sunday 24-08 and Monday morning
Time Monday 25.08 Tuesday 26.08 Wednesday 27.08 Thursday 28.08
8:00   Breakfast Breakfast Breakfast
9:00 Registration and
coffee
Chorkendorff
New devices for ballistic electron emission
Winter
Electron excitation and emission for grazing impact of fast atoms on metal and insulator surfaces
Lorente
The excitation of local vibrations by an electron current: from atomic manipulation to local heating
9:50 Horn-von Hoegen
Welcome address
Tully
Chemical dynamics at metal surfaces: electronic excitations
Zacharias
Electron dynamics at surfaces at high photon energies using the XUV free electron laser (FLASH)
Wolf
Ultrafast electron dynamics and electron-phonon coupling in metals and highly correlated materials
10:40 Cavalieri
Attosecond electron transport in real time
Coffee break Coffee break Coffee break
11:20 Naaman
Surprising electronic properties of surfaces covered with organized organic layers
Aeschlimann
Simultaneous spatial and temporal control of nanooptical fields
Weinelt
Hot spots and spin waves
Schiwietz
Electronic energy dissipation of fast charged particles in matter
12:00     Lunch break Closing remarks
12:30 Lunch break Lunch break Excursion
Boat-trip to Cologne and dinner at the brewery
Lunch break
14:30 Auerbach
On the influence of nonadiabatic electronic transitions on surface chemical dynamics
Heinz
The dynamics of elementary excitations in carbon nanotubes and graphene
  Departure
15:20 Park
Detecting hot electron flow with metal-semiconductor Schottky diodes during exothermic catalytic reactions
Sadowski
Interface controlled epitaxy of thin organic films
   
16:10 Coffee break Coffee break    
17:00 Cahill
Nanoscale thermal transport and the thermal conductance of interfaces
Browning
Studying irreversible transient phenomena on the nanosecond and nanometer scale in the DTEM
   
18:30 Dinner Dinner    
20:00 Poster session Poster session    


 

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