Program

09:00

Welcome and registration

09:25

Alexander Khajetoorians, Radboud University Nijmegen  - Opening

09:30

Jascha Repp (invited), University of Regensburg - Tracking the ultrafast motion of a single molecule by femtosecond terahertz scanning tunneling microscopy

10:20

Nadine J. van der Heijden, Utrecht University - Mapping the electrostatic force field of single molecules from high-resolution scanning probe images

10:40

Nadine Hauptmann, Radboud University Nijmegen - Utilizing STM and AFM simultaneously to study atomic-scale magnetism

11:00

Coffee break and exhibition

11:30

Taner Esat, Forschungszentrum Jülich / Jülich Aachen Research Alliance (JARA) - A chemically driven quantum phase transition in a two-molecule Kondo system

11:50

Milan Allan, Leiden University - Universality of pseudogap and emergent order in lightly doped Mott insulators

12:10

Jelmer Wagenaar, Leiden University - Probing the Nuclear Spin-Lattice Relaxation Time at the Nanoscale

12:30

Lunch, exhibition and poster session

14:00

Jeppe V. Lauritsen (invited), Aarhus University - Scanning Probe Microscopy studies of Model Catalysts

14:50

Bay V. Tran, University of Groningen - Bromine-functionalized pyrene derivatives on noble metal surfaces: self-assembly and on-surface polymerization

15:10

Jan Girovsky, Delft University of Technology - Large-scale atomic manipulation on Cl/Cu(100)

15:30

Coffee break and exhibition

16:00

Markus Morgenstern (invited), RWTH Aachen - Spin-orbit interaction probed down to nm length scales

16:50

Lijie Zhang, MESA+ Institute for Nanotechnology and University of Twente - A two-dimensional Dirac material on a band gap substrate: Germanene on MoS2

17:10

Christian M. Kammel, Eindhoven University of Technology - Scanning Tunneling Luminescence on Si Doped GaAs

17:30

Bruker borrel

18.00

Dinner