Regensburg 2019 – wissenschaftliches Programm

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O: Fachverband Oberflächenphysik

O 28: Organic Molecules on Inorganic Substrates I: Switching and Manipulation

Dienstag, 2. April 2019, 10:30–13:00, H24

10:30 O 28.1 Controllable three-terminal molecular switch based on adsorption site jiggling — •Anja Bauer, Markus Maier, Josefine Diegel, Werner Schosser, Fabian Paschke, Yuriy Dedkov, Fabian Pauly, Rainer Winter, and Mikhail Fonin
10:45 O 28.2 Electrochemistry of single molecules by atom manipulation — •Shadi Fatayer, Florian Albrecht, Nikolaj Moll, Gerhard Meyer, and Leo Gross
11:00 O 28.3 Effect of deprotonation on the electronic structure of phthalocyanine molecules on molybdenum disulfide — •Gael Reecht, Nils Krane, Christian Lotze, and Katharina J Franke
11:15 O 28.4 Influence of the spatial extent of molecules on their properties as detectors in MONA applications — •Tim Zenger, Jens Kügel, Markus Leisegang, and Matthias Bode
11:30 O 28.5 Controlled consecutive charging of self-assembled clusters of molecules — •Philipp Scheuerer and Jascha Repp
11:45 O 28.6 Discriminating and counting the possible molecular conformations in a prototypical molecular wire junction — •Marvin Knol, Alexander Diener, Philipp Leinen, F. Stefan Tautz, and Christian Wagner
12:00 O 28.7 Molecular motors studied on surfaces by scanning tunneling microscopy — •Monika Schied, Peter Jacobson, Dongdong Liu, James M. Tour, and Leonhard Grill
12:15 O 28.8 Imprinting Directionality into Proton TransferReactions of an Achiral Molecule — •Markus Leisegang, Jens Kügel, and Matthias Bode
12:30 O 28.9 High-Resolution Vibronic Spectra of Molecules on Molybdenum Disulfide Allow for Rotamer IdentificationNils Krane, •Christian Lotze, Gaël Reecht, Lei Zhang, Alejandro L. Briseno, and Katharina J. Franke
12:45 O 28.10 Machine learning for single molecule manipulationPhilipp Leinen, Malte Esders, Kristof Schütt, Klaus-Robert Müller, F. Stefan Tautz, and •Christian Wagner
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