SALVE 2D20 Workshop

 

June 29th - July 1st 2020, Ulm University, Germany

 

State-of-the-art low-voltage TEM research on low-dimensional materials, material fabrication methods and understanding atomic-structure-related properties.

A raising star on the horizon of materials are the 2D quantum systems, ideally suited for low-voltage electron microscopic studies as they are atomically thin and of well-defined thickness, can act as low-background imaging substrates and a single projection image can often completely describe their atomic arrangements. Thus, they are a unique platform for understanding structural and electronic properties with single atom precision. The workshop intents to highlight symbiotic developments between low-voltage electron microscopy and low-D material creation as well as their property calculation. Thus, the workshop has an interdisciplinary character and intents to create a unique platform for bridging the diverse facets of low-D material science, such as materials preparation, low-voltage TEM developments in different operation modi – TEM / STEM imaging, diffraction, and EELS, as well as modelling and measurement of their properties. Key points of the workshop are the technical challenges, associated with aberration-corrected low-voltage electron microscopy, and the deep understanding of interaction of low-energy electrons with matter. In this perspective, the workshop will follow the legacy of previously organized SALVE symposia, further expanding the low-D low-voltage community.


Scientific advisory board

Elena Besley, University of Nottingham, UK

Rafal Dunin-Borkowski, Jülich Research Centre, Germany

Pinshane Huang, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign, USA

Wolfgang Jäger, Kiel University, Germany

Kazu Suenaga, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Tsukuba, Japan

Eva Olsson, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden

Frances Ross, MIT, Boston USA

Confirmed speakers

Sandra Van Aert, EMAT, Belgium

Ursel Bangert, University of Limerick, Ireland

Elena Besley, University of Nottingham, UK

Johannes Biskupek, Ulm University, Germany

Regina Ciancio, Istituto Officina dei Materiali, Trieste, Italy

Camilla Coletti, IIT, Pisa, Italy

Rafal Dunin-Borkowski, Jülich Research Centre, Germany

Xinliang Feng, Technical University Dresden, Germany

Dagmar Gerthsen, KIT, Germany

Thomas Heine, Technical University Dresden, Germany

Lothar Houben, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel

Pinshane Huang, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign, USA

Ute Kaiser, Ulm University, Germany

Andrei Khlobystov, University of Nottingham, UK

Michael Kinjanjui, Ulm University; Germany

Lena Kourkortis, Cornell University, Ithaca, USA

Tatiana Latychevskaia, PSI, Villingen, Switzerland

Axel Lubk, Technical University Dresden, Germany

Jannik Meyer, University Tübingen, Germany

Eva Olsson, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden

Quentin Ramasse, University of Leeds, UK

Claus Ropers, Universoty of Göttingen, Germany

Harald Rose, Ulm University, Germany

Frances Ross, MIT, USA

Rasmus Schröder, University of Heidelberg, Germany

Michael Stöger-Pollach, Techmical University of Vienna, Austria

Kazu Suenaga, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Tsukuba, Japan

Toma Susi, University of Vienna, Austria

Reshef Tenne, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel

Andrey Turchanin, University of Jena, Germany

Marc Willinger, ETH Zurich, Switzerland

Wu Zhou, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China

Yimei Zhu, BNL, USA

Local organizing committee:

 

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

Dr. Johannes Biskupek
E-Mail: J. Biskupek

Dr. Tatiana Gorelik
E-Mail: T. Gorelik

 

Conference Office:

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

 

Directions to Ulm University

Locations of lecture theaters

Arrival at Ulm University Building N27

To reach the conference, take the tram number "2" in direction "Science Park II" or "Botanischer Garten". The stop where to dismount is called "Botanischer Garten".

 

The second possibility is to take the bus number "5" in the direction "Wissenschaftsstadt", the stop is called "Botanischer Garten". Note that the bus takes considerably longer time to get to the desired destination.

After arriving at the "Botanischer Garten", it is a short walk to the building N27, see the map above.