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O: Fachverband Oberflächenphysik

O 123: Nanostructured Surfaces and Thin Films III: Dots, Particles, Clusters (joint session O/CPP)

Freitag, 20. März 2020, 10:30–13:00, WIL B321

10:30 O 123.1 Reconfigurable Polaritonics using Phase Change Materials — •Christina M. Spägele, Xinghui Yin, Michele Tamagnone, Kundan Chaudhary, Stefano L. Oscurato, Jiahan Li, Christoph Persch, Ruoping Li, Noah A. Rubin, Luis A. Jauregui, Kenji Watanabe, Takashi Taniguchi, Philip Kim, Matthias Wuttig, James H. Edgar, Antonio Ambrosio, and Federico Capasso
10:45 O 123.2 Synthesis of 3D ZnO nanostructures on different substrates for gas sensor applicationsHanaa Seso, Stefan Ostendorp, •Martin Peterlechner, and Gerhard Wilde
11:00 O 123.3 Thinking inside the box: Quantum corrals as artificial atoms and molecules — •Saoirse Freeney, Jaap Harteveld, Sam Borman, and Ingmar Swart
11:15 O 123.4 Ordered structures with functional units from artificial alumina membranes — •Wenxin Wang
  11:30 O 123.5 The contribution has been withdrawn.
11:45 O 123.6 Global Optimization of Copper Clusters on ZnO Surfaces Utilizing a Neural Network Potential — •Martín Leandro Paleico and Jörg Behler
12:00 O 123.7 Deposition and annealing of FexNi1−x nanoparticles on a W(110) surface — •Mahboobeh Ravankhah, Dennis Jagenburg, and Mathias Getzlaff
12:15 O 123.8 Cu2+ Detection by Carbon Quantum Dots Derived from Water Hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) — •Eduardo Magdaluyo Jr, Gerald Mari Quiachon, and Persia Ada de Yro
12:30 O 123.9 Electronic and optical properties of quantum-confined nanoparticles — •Marius Buerkle and Vladimir Svrcek
12:45 O 123.10 Developing a GAP machine-learned potential for iridium dioxide nanoparticles — •Jakob Timmermann, Christoph Scheurer, and Karsten Reuter
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