Regensburg 2019 – wissenschaftliches Programm

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O: Fachverband Oberflächenphysik

O 3: New Methods and Developments I: Scanning Probe Techniques

Montag, 1. April 2019, 10:30–13:15, H5

10:30 O 3.1 Laser Actuation of Micro Cantilevers via Thermo-Mechanical Symmetry Breaking — •Sven Kraft, Boris Hage, Ingo Barke, and Sylvia Speller
10:45 O 3.2 Lateral manipulation of single iron adatoms by combined atomic force and scanning tunneling microscopy using CO-terminated tips — •Julian Berwanger, Ferdinand Huber, Fabian Stilp, and Franz J. Giessibl
11:00 O 3.3 Constant current scanning mode for imaging single molecules using low temperature atomic force microscopy with CO functionalized tips — •Daniel Martin-Jimenez, Doreen Mollenhauer, Hermann A. Wegner, Andre Schirmeisen, and Daniel Ebeling
11:15 O 3.4 Probing coherence within tunneling events in a superconducting junction — •Piotr Kot, Robert Drost, Maximilian Uhl, Joachim Ankerhold, Alfredo Levy Yeyati, Juan Carlos Cuevas, and Christian R. Ast
11:30 O 3.5 Single switching events of one molecule observed by femtosecond STM — •Dominik Peller, Thomas Buchner, Lukas Kastner, Rupert Huber, and Jascha Repp
11:45 O 3.6 Nature of binding in planar halogenbenzene assemblies and their possible visualization in scanning probe microscopy — •Aurelio Gallardo, Jindrich Fanfrlík, Pavel Hobza, and Pavel Jelínek
  12:00 O 3.7 The contribution has been withdrawn.
12:15 O 3.8 Photon-Assisted Tunneling between Superconductors — •Maximilian Uhl, Piotr Kot, Robert Drost, and Christian R. Ast
12:30 O 3.9 Combining high-resolution Atomic Force Microscopy with Scanning Tunneling Microscopy induced light emission on single molecules — •Katharina Kaiser, Fabian Schulz, and Leo Gross
12:45 O 3.10 Near-field driven photo-assisted Scanning Tunneling Microscopy — •Benjamin Schröder, Ole Bunjes, Lara Wimmer, Katharina Kaiser, Martin Wenderoth, and Claus Ropers
13:00 O 3.11 The steep slope to high-resolution MRFM — •Marc-Dominik Krass, Urs Grob, Raphael Pachlatko, Martin Héritier, Jan Rhensius, Alexander Eichler, and Christian Degen
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