Co-chairmen: Pedro Miguel ECHENIQUE (Donostia/San Sebastián), Antoine SALIN (Bordeaux)
Conference Secretary: Heriberto Fabio BUSNENGO (Rosario)
Scientific committee: Daniel FARIAS (Madrid), Axel GROSS (München), Geert Jan KROES (Leiden), Mario ROCCA (Genova)
at gas-solid interfaces plays a fundamental role in a large number of natural
processes: heterogenous catalysis, atmospheric reactions,
interstellar matter, biological or geological media. Recently, reactivity studies have greatly benefited from the development of individual atom, molecule
or radical manipulation and reaction control on surfaces. The latter technique allows to pilot step by step chemical reactions, to observe elementary
reactions in real time, to construct nanostructured catalysts, etc... Molecular beams allow to simulate elementary steps in catalytic processes like the
formation and stabilization of reactive radicals or direct reactions between adsorbates and atoms/molecules of the gas phase. On the other hand,
theoretical methods for the determination of the electronic structure of adsorbates on surfaces have reached the point where they are able to deal with
complex situations, like the determination of reactive paths, even when the latter involve defects or local modifications of the surface. The concerted
theoretical and experimental approach has proved to be very successful for the elucidation of elementary microscopic reaction steps of molecules at
surfaces. In this workshop, the current state of the art in both theory and experiment will be reviewed and promising new developments discussed.
Dynamics of molecular adsorption and desorption processes
Elementary reactions involved in fundamental and catalytic processes
Molecular vibration on surfaces
Electronic excitations and relaxations, photochemistry
Scattering of molecules from surfaces. Phonon
IMPORTANT INFORMATION !!!
FINAL PROGRAM (available now)
All participants have to book their hotel room by themselves AS SOON AS POSSIBLE
POSTER SUBMISSION (closed)
sessions will take place at the Palacio
starting at 8:30 on Wednesday, September 8th and
ending at noon on Saturday,
September 11th. Registration will start on Tuesday afternoon, September 7th at Hotel Costa Vasca.
Workshop, planned for about 60 participants, with ample time for discussions,
will consist in 3 key-note lectures, 18 invited talks and
two poster sessions. Posters will be posted during the whole workshop and ample time will be reserved for poster sessions.
for abstract submission: July, 15th.Abstracts cannot exceed a single
A4 page and must be submitted by
e-mail (in doc, pdf or ps formatted
files) to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
ALL participants (including pre-registered
ones) MUST confirm participation by sending an e-mail
to email@example.com before July
No registration fee will be charged and registered
participants will have access to the conference sessions,
coffee-breaks, lunchs (from
Wednesday to Saturday) and Conference Dinner.
ALL participants have to book their Hotel room by themselves.
Accommodation arrangements must be made through Mundo-3 travel agency
(E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org) to benefit from a special rate at Hotel Costa Vasca, located within walking distance of the Palacio Miramar. Please
mention your participation at the "DIPC Workshop, September 8-11". Because September is still a busy touristic season in Donostia/San Sebastián
we advise participants to make their reservation urgently.
Rates for participants at Hotel Costa Vasca:
Single room: 79 Euros/day (*)
Double room: 96 Euros/day (*)
Breakfast: 10.50 Euros
(*) Tax included.
A limited number of grants may be available under request for partial support of junior participants.
Information on venue and on Donostia/San Sebastián:
About Hotel Costa Vasca:
About Palacio Miramar
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