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Controlled Atomic Dynamics on Solid Surfaces: Atom and Molecular Manipulation

When: May 13-16, 2013.
Where: Donostia International Physics Center (DIPC), San Sebastián

Keywords

• STM manipulation
• Current-induced reactions
• Dynamics on surfaces
• Excitations at surfaces
• Action spectroscopy
• Inelastic electron tunneling
• Atom-by-atom construction of nano systems

Confirmed speakers

Maite Alducin, CFM-MPC, CSIC, San Sebastián, Spain
Richard Berndt, Kiel University, Germany
María Blanco-Rey, DIPC, San Sebastián, Spain
Marie-Laure Bocquet, ENS Lyon, France
Mads Brandbyge, DTU Nanotech, Denmark
Eugene Chulkov, CSIC-UPV/EHU, Spain
Karl-Heinz Ernst, EMPA, Switzerland
Aran Garcia-Lekue, DIPC, San Sebastián, Spain
Michael Galperin, UC San Diego, USA
Jean-Pierre Gauyacq, CNRS Paris-Sud, France
Axel Gross, Ulm University, Germany
Werner Hofer, Liverpool University, UK
Maki Kawai, RIKEN, Tokyo, Japan
Tadahiro Komeda, Tohoku University, Japan
Rolf Möller, Duisburg-Essen University, Germany
Karina Morgenstern, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany
Hiroshi Okuyama, Kyoto University, Japan
Richard Palmer, Birmingham University, UK
Jose-Ignacio Pascual, CIC nanoGUNE, San Sebastián, Spain
Bo Persson, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany
Mats Persson, Liverpool University, UK
Hrvoje Petek, Pittsburgh University, USA
Roberto Robles, CIN2, Spain
Ruslan Temirov, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany
Sergei Tikhodeev, GPI Moscow, Russia
Tchavdar Todorov, Queens University Belfast, UK
Hiromu Ueba, Toyama University, Japan
Martin Wolf, Fritz-Haber MPG, Berlin, Germany

Organizers

Thomas Frederiksen, DIPC, San Sebastián, Spain
Nicolás Lorente, CIN2, Barcelona, Spain
Magnus Paulsson, Linnaeus University, Sweden

Contact: thomas_frederiksen@ehu.es


Objectives

The objective of this workshop is to provide a thorough picture of the existing theoretical techniques and how they are contributing to the understanding and quantitative prediction of controlled manipulations. Equivalently, the workshop aims at exposing present experimental developments and challenges that need to be addressed by new theoretical developments. The meeting will steer discussions and collaborations much needed to add momentum to a developing field. This workshop can be of landmark importance since no equivalent workshop or conference has been organized with the aim of making "controlled manipulations" a full-fledged research field.

The workshop is dedicated to Prof. Hiromu Ueba and to all of his contributions to this field.

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