Dresden 2014 – wissenschaftliches Programm

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O: Fachverband Oberflächenphysik

O 48: Scanning Probe Methods I

Mittwoch, 2. April 2014, 10:30–13:15, GER 38

10:30 O 48.1 Correction of non linear lateral distortions of scanning probe microscopy images — •Michael Schnedler, Phillip Weidlich, Verena Portz, Dieter Weber, Rafal E. Dunin-Borkowski, and Philipp Ebert
10:45 O 48.2 Detecting the Dipole Moment of a Molecule with Atomic Force Microscopy — •Alexander Schwarz, Arne Köhler, Josef Grenz, and Roland Wiesendanger
11:00 O 48.3 Tuning Fork Force Sensor: Spring Constant and Q-Factor in Experiment and Simulation — •Marvin Stiefermann, Jens Falter, Harald Fuchs, Henrik Hölscher, and André Schirmeisen
11:15 O 48.4 Reconstruction of field ion microscopy characterized tungsten tips of AFM tuning fork sensors at the atomic level — •Sören Zint, Jens Falter, Dirk Dietzel, and André Schirmeisen
11:30 O 48.5 Advances in Scan Movement Linearization for High-Speed AFM Imaging — •Anne-D. Müller and Falk Müller
11:45 O 48.6 SubSurface-AFM: unravelling the contrast formation mechanismGerard J. Verbiest and •Marcel J. Rost
12:00 O 48.7 Visualizing the Subsurface of Soft Matter: Simultaneous Topographical Imaging, Depth Modulation, and Compositional Mapping with Triple Frequency Atomic Force Microscopy — •Daniel Ebeling, Babak Eslami, and Santiago D. Solares
12:15 O 48.8 Origin of sharp apparent intermolecular bonds in AFM and STM experiments — •Prokop Hapala, Georgy Kichin, Stefan Tautz, Ruslan Temirov, and Pavel Jelinek
12:30 O 48.9 The influence of the tip geometry on picking up a CO molecule — •Daniel Meuer and Franz J. Giessibl
12:45 O 48.10 Looking for the Origin of Power Laws in Electric Field Assisted Tunneling — •H. Cabrera, D.A. Zanin, L.G. De Pietro, A. Vindigni, U. Ramsperger, and D. Pescia
13:00 O 48.11 Investigations on the imaging dynamics of carbon nanotube based probes in intermittent-contact AFM — •Moid Bhatti
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