Regensburg 2019 – wissenschaftliches Programm

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O: Fachverband Oberflächenphysik

O 72: Poster Wednesday: Scanning Probe Techniques

Mittwoch, 3. April 2019, 17:45–20:00, Poster B2

17:45 O 72.1 The Use of Spherical Particles for Cantilevers in an Atomic Force Microscope — •Katja Stommel, Hsiao-Ching Tsai, and Mathias Getzlaff
17:45 O 72.2 Upgrade of a low-temperature STM for single atom electron spin resonance — •Fabian D. Natterer, François Patthey, Tobias Bilgeri, Patrick R. Forrester, Nicolas Weiss, and Harald Brune
17:45 O 72.3 Analysis and quantification of electrochemical strain in contact resonance atomic force microscopy — •Sebastian Badur, Thomas Göddenhenrich, and André Schirmeisen
17:45 O 72.4 Design of a New Photon Collecting STM — •Mike Stummvoll, Markus Etzkorn, and Uta Schlickum
17:45 O 72.5 The Kondo resonance line shape in scanning tunnelling spectroscopy: instrumental aspects — •Manuel Gruber, Alexander Weismann, and Richard Berndt
17:45 O 72.6 Apparent tunneling barrier height and local work function of atomic arraysNeda Noei, Alexander Weismann, and •Richard Berndt
17:45 O 72.7 Design of a low-temperature scanning tunneling microscope for detection of single-molecule light emission — •Tzu-Chao Hung, Brian Kiraly, Alexander A. Khajetoorians, and Daniel Wegner
17:45 O 72.8 Contrast mechanism in Scanning Field Emission Microscopy — •Gabriele Bertolini, Robin Pröbsting, Hugo Cabrera, Urs Ramsperger, Danilo Pescia, and Oguzhan Gürlü
17:45 O 72.9 Collection and Detection Mechanisms for Photons Emerging from Tunnel Junctions — •Berk Zengin, Hugo Cabrera, Dilek Yildiz, Danilo Pescia, and Oguzhan Gürlü
17:45 O 72.10 A Time and Spatially Resolved Study of the Thermal Response of the Tip of a Scanning Tunneling Microscope on Pulsed Optical Excitation — •Georg Alexander Traeger, Taner Esat, Martin Wenderoth, and Jungseok Chae
  17:45 O 72.11 The contribution has been withdrawn.
17:45 O 72.12 homemade nv-based scanning probe microscopy — •Ke Bian
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