We are pleased to announce the

SALVE 2D23 Symposium


taking place in presence at Ulm University, Germany from

September 25th - September 28th, 2022.

It is our great pleasure to invite you to attend SALVE 2D23, the 5th consecutive symposium taking place at Ulm University in Germany, which will be held from September 25th to 28th, 2023.  
Two-dimensional (2D) materials are regarded as one of the brightest and most promising stars in the sky of nanoscience. In many cases, native and even intentionally introduced atomic defects determine the unique structural, electronic, optical, and mechanical properties of low and 2D materials. The SALVE (Sub-Ångström Low-Voltage Electron microscopy) 2D23 symposium will report on new results in transmission electron microscopy for structural and electronic defect analysis in inorganic and organic low- and 2D materials, discuss new approaches in their preparation, present recent advances in quantum mechanical calculations of their properties and communicate on defect-mediated applications of these ultra-thin materials.  With this strategy, our 5th SALVE symposium will bridge between the classical disciplines of physics, chemistry, (in part) biology, quantum-mechanical computation, and engineering and bring together an interdisciplinary research community knowing that scientific discoveries and technological developments nowadays are largely been found at the interfaces between different disciplines. SALVE 2D23 aims to design a unique discussion platform between the five disciplines.
Due to our capacity is the number of participants limited.

Akardy Krasheninnikov, HZDR Dresden, DE
Andrea Konecna, Brno University of Technology, CZ
Andrei Khlobystov, University of Nottingham, UK
Andrey Turchanin, FSU Jena, DE
Bob Sinclair, Standford University, USA
Christoph Koch, Humboldt-Universität Berlin, DE
Claudia Backes, Universität Kassel, DE
Colin Humphreys, Queen Mary University of London, UK
Elena Besley, University of Nottingham, UK
Erdmann Spieker, Erlangen University, DE
Fu-Rong Chen, University of Hong Kong, HK
Grégory F. Schneider, Leiden University, NL
Jani Kotakoski, University of Vienna, AT
Jannik Meyer, Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen, DE
Jiong Zhao, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, HK
Joachim Mayer, FZ Jülich, DE
Juan-Carlos Idrobo, University of Washington, USA
Jungwon Park, School of Chemical and Biological Engineering, College of Engineering, Seoul National University, KOR
Junhao Lin, Southern University of Science and Technology, Shenzhen, CN
Kazu  Suenga, Osaka University, JP
Knut Müller-Caspary, LMU Munich, DE
Kristian  Molhave, TU DK, DK
Lance Li, University of Hong Kong , HK
Lena Yadgarov, Ariel University, ISR
Manling Sui, Beijing University of Technology, CN
Marc Willinger, LMU Munich, DE
Marija Drndic, University of Pennsylvania, USA
Martin Linck, CEOS, DE
Michael Elbaum, Weizmann Institute, ISR
Michael Stöger-Pollach, TU Wien, AT
Pinshane Huang, University of Illinois Urbana-Campaign, USA
Pulickel M.  Ajayan, Rice University, TX, USA
Quentin Ramasse, SuperSTEM Laboratoy, Daresbury, UK
Rafal Dunin-Borkowski, FZ Jülich, DE
Robert Klie, University of Illinois Chicago, USA
Saleh Gorji, Ametek, DE
Sandra Van Aert, University of Antwerp, BE
Sorin Lazar, Thermofisher, NL
Tatiana Latychevskaia, PSI, Villingen, CH
Thomas Pichler, University of Vienna, AT
Toma Susi, University of Vienna, AT
Ute Kaiser, Ulm University, DE
Viera Skákalová, Slovak Academy of Sciences in Bratislava, AT
Wu Zhou, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, CN
Xiaoyan Zhong, City University of Hon Kong, HK
Xingliang Feng, TU Dresden, DE
Yimei Zhu, Brookhaven NL, Upton, NY, USA


Directions to Ulm University

Locations of lecture theaters

The buildings N27 and TTU (To Train U) are located 2 walking minutes away from the tram station "Botanischer Garten". The two buildings are just next to each other.

Public transport is the easiest way to reach this destination. The tram number 2 and the bus number 5 and number 13 each stop at the "Botanischer Garten".

Limited fee-based parking spots are available in front of N27 and TTU. Further away are the covered car parks P40 and P20, that are also fee-based.


Local organizing committee:

Prof. Dr. Ute Kaiser
E-Mail: U. Kaiser

Dr. Johannes Biskupek
E-Mail: J. Biskupek

Manuel Mundszinger
E-Mail: M.Mundszinger


Workshop Office:

Adrian Greischel
Tel.: +49 (0)731/50-22951
E-Mail: A. Greischel


Directions to Ulm University

Locations of lecture theaters