Regensburg 2019 – wissenschaftliches Programm

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O: Fachverband Oberflächenphysik

O 34: New Methods and Developments III: Spectroscopy and Tribology

Dienstag, 2. April 2019, 14:00–15:45, H13

14:00 O 34.1 Atomic Scale Structure and Frictional Response of Swift Heavy Ion Irradiation Induced Defects on Graphitic Surfaces — •Dilek Yildiz, Cem Kincal, Umut Kamber, Cornelis J. van der Beek, and Oguzhan Gürlü
14:15 O 34.2 Ultrasensitive charge detection to study contact electrification between a steel ball and a gold surface — •Andre Mölleken, Hüseyin Azazoglu, Doris Tarasevitch, Tobias Roos, Detlef Utzat, Hermann Nienhaus, and Rolf Möller
14:30 O 34.3 Nano-scale surface steps as the origin of friction anisotropy of snake scales — •Weibin Wu, Shudong Yu, Christian Greiner, Guillaume Gomard, and Hendrik Hölscher
14:45 O 34.4 surface characterization of ruthenium as novel barrier layer during the chemical mechanical polishing process of integrated circuit for sub-10 nm technology node — •jie cheng, xinchun lu, and jinshan pan
15:00 O 34.5 Projection Analysis of EXAFS ModulationsAlireza Bayat, Angelika Chassé, Reinhard Denecke, Stefan Förster, Paula Huth, Eva-Maria Zollner, and •Karl-Michael Schindler
15:15 O 34.6 Removing Photoemission Features from Auger-yield NEXAFS Spectra — •Ole Lytken, Daniel Wechsler, and Hans-Peter Steinrück
15:30 O 34.7 New reconstruction method for Metastable Induced Electron Spectra of molecules on solid surfaces — •Tobias B. Gäbler, Wichard J. D. Beenken, and Erich Runge
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