Plenary Speakers



Ulrike Diebold

Vienna University of Technology, Austria

Oxide Surfaces at the Atomic Scale

Rainer Hillenbrand

CIC nanoGUNE in San Sebastian, Spain

IR nanoimaging and nanospectroscopy - Emerging analytical tools for science and technology

Ondřej Křivánek

Nion R&D, Washington, USA

Atomic-Resolution Imaging and Analysis by Monochromated and Aberration-Corrected Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy (MAC-STEM)

Jerry D. Tersoff

IBM, New York, USA

Self-assembly of ordered graphene nanodot arrays

Ali Yazdani

Princeton University, New Jersey, USA

Visualizing Majoranas in Magnetic and Superconducting Nanostructures



Keynote Speakers



Tomáš Jungwirth

Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague, Czech Republic

Terahertz Electrical Writing Speed of an Antiferromagnetic Memory

Olivier Martin

École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland


Jascha Repp

University of Regensburg, Germany

Lightwave Scanning Tunneling Microscopy of Single Molecules

Elke Scheer

University of Konstanz, Germany

Single-atom and single-molecule functional devices

Roland Wiesendanger

University of Hamburg, Germany

Bottom-Up Construction and Atomic-Level Characterization of Spin Chains on Superconducting Substrates for Topological Quantum Computation



Invited Speakers



Gabriel Aeppli

Paul Scherrer Institut, ETH Zurich and EPF Lausanne, Switzerland

Images of artificial and natural intelligence

Esther Alarcon-Llado

AMOLF, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Nancy A. Burnham

Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Massachusetts, USA

The Complex Polymers Beneath Your Feet

Mark Brongersma

Stanford University, California, USA

Active Devices Employing Nanostructured Metasurfaces

Nora Dempsey

Institut NÉEL (CNRS), Grenoble, France

High performance micro-magnets for lab-on-chip applications

Klaus Ensslin

ETH Zurich, Switzerland

Quantum Devices with 2D Materials

Karl-Heinz Ernst

EMPA Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology, Dübendorf, Switzerland

Helical Molecules in Flatland: Chiral Recognition, Spin Filtering and Molecular Machines

David Kurt Gaskill

U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, USA

Recent Progress Towards Graphene THz Detectors

Franz Josef Giessibl

University Regensburg, Germany

The qPlus Sensor, a Versatile Core of the Atomic Force Microscope

Stefan Facsko

Research Center Rossendorf, Germany

Spontaneous Pattern Formation on Crystalline Surfaces in the Erosive Regime

Olivier Fruchart

Université Grenoble Alpes, SPINTEC, France

Magnetic Nanowires and Nanotubes: A Dream for 3D Storage Technology, a Playground for Material Science and Physics

Shuji Hasegawa

University of Tokyo, Japan

Electronic and Spin Transport at Atomic/Molecular Layers

Yukio Hasegawa

University of Tokyo, Japan

Gap-dependent imaging in scanning tunneling microscopy

Andreas Heinrich

IBS Center for Quantuum Nanoscince, Seoul, Republic of Korea

Accessing the Hyperfine Interaction on Single Atoms

Jiří Homola

Institute of Photonics and Electronics, Czech Republic

Plasmonic Biosensors for Medical Diagnosis and Food Safety

Hans J. Hug

EMPA Zurich, Switzerland

Application of Magnetic Force Microscopy to Assess Magnetic Thin Film Multilayers with Interfacial Dzyloshinskii-Moriya Interaction

Ying Jiang

Peking University, People's Republic of China

Visualizing Interfacial Water by Noncontact Atomic Force Microscopy

Ernesto Joselevich

Weizmann, Israel


Fereshte Ghahari Kermani

National Institute of Standards and Technology, Maryland, USA

Quantized States, Berry Phases, and Quantum-Hall Wedding-Cake structures in Graphene Quantum Dots

Miroslav Kolibal

University of Technology, Brno, Czech Republic

Growth of nanowires in SEM: Ge and tungsten oxide for single photon emitters

Suneel Kodambaka

University of Carolina, Los Angeles, USA

In Situ Scanning Tunneling Microscopy Studies of Growth and Characterization of Two-Dimensional Hexagonal Boron Nitride Layers

Young Kuk

Seoul National University, Republic of Korea

Phonon Measurements in Scanning Tunneling Spectroscopy: Application to Surface Strain, Superconductivity

Peter Liljeroth

Aalto University, Finland

Engineered electronic states in atomic and molecular lattices

Controlling the heating and nonlinear response of plasmonic nanostructures through their shape

Thomas Michely

University Koln, Germany

Quantization Effects and Spin Charge Separation in Metallic Wires: Mirror Twin Boundaries in Monolayer MoS2 on Graphene

Anders Mikkelsen

Lund University, Sweden

Local Control of Nanowire Electronic Structure, Surface Alloying and Femtosecond Laser Excitations by Atomic Scale Crystal Phase Change

Sander Otte

University of Technology, Delft, Netherlands

Probing emergent phenomena through large-scale atom manipulation

Control and Optimization of Nonlinear Plasmonics

Erik Reimhult

Universitat fur Bodenkultur, Vienna, Austria

Tailoring Colloidal Interactions of Superparamagnetic Nanoparticles for Biomedical Applications

Pascal Ruffieux

EMPA,  Zurich, Switzerland

Bottom-up fabrication of graphene nanoribbon heterostructures

Wolf Schneider

EPF Lausanne, Switzerland

From Adatoms to Superlattices: Sensing the Spin of Individual Ce-Atoms

Andreas Schmid

Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, National Center for Electron Microscopy, California, USA

Imaging and Tailoring Magnetic Multilayers to Stabilize Homochiral Domain Wall Spin-Textures

Vojtěch Uhlíř

Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic

Takayuki Uchihashi

Nagoya University, Japan

Imaging and Manipulation of Biological and Artificial Supramolecules with High-Speed Atomic Force Microscopy

Frédéric Wiame

Institut de Recherche de Chimie, Paris, France

Self-ordering of nanostructures at surfaces

Han Woong Yeom

IBS CALDES, Pohang, Republic of Korea

Chiral Soliton and their Fusion in Atomic Wires for Topological Informatics or Solitonics


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