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1st ELECMI International Workshop

  • Fechas:

    Del 12/06/17 al 14/06/17

  • Lugar:

    Laboratorio de Microscopias Avanzadas - Instituto de Nanociencia de Aragón, Edificio I+D. Campus Río Ebro. C/Mariano Esquillor s/n.50018 Zaragoza, Zaragoza, España (mapa)

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June 12-14, 2017

ICTS (acronym from Instalación Científico Técnica Singular) are facilities, resources, equipment and services, unique in its kind, and dedicated to cutting edge high quality research and development, to promote transfer, exchange and preservation of knowledge, technology and innovation. In 2014 the CNME (National Center for Electron Microscopy) that belongs to the University Complutense of Madrid and the LMA (Advanced Microscopy Laboratory) that belongs to the University of Zaragoza were recognized as a distributed ICTS, called ELECMI, by the Executive Committee of the Council of Scientific, Technological and Innovation Policy (CPCTI) of Spain. In particular, ELECMI provides competitive access to Electron Microscopy instruments as well as associated characterization techniques of materials along with support and sound advice based on the technical skills and expertise from our specialist team.

In 2015 ELECMI was awarded with a National Grant from MINECO (Ministry of Economy, Industry and Competitiveness). The objective of the project funded by MINECO, grant number MAT2015-70977-REDI, is to establish and implement a roadmap leading to provide competitive access to ELECMI, which will be unique, simple and open both to public and private research centers, and to industry. The beneficiaries will have the opportunity to perform experiments with last-generation equipment, triggering I+D+i in our country and giving rise to transnational cooperation which will place our country’s electron microscopy in the World’s map. The actions foreseen include training of new microscopists, knowledge transfer to industry and acquisition of new infrastructure as well as the organization of scientific events, courses, summer schools and workshops searching for new alliances and consolidating the existing ones looking for international leadership in transnational consortia, acting as a catalyzing cluster of new microscopy initiatives (nodes), etc.

The aim of the 1st ELECMI International Workshop is to be an excellence international forum for the promotion of Advanced Microscopies, strengthening of already existing collaborations and laying the foundations for new ones. To achieve this objective representative scientists working at the forefront of materials fabrication and characterization will present their latest results and reflections on the future of Electron Microscopy and associated techniques. The workshop is divided into three interrelated sections, namely Transmission Electron Microscopy on the 12th of June, Dual Beam on the 13th of June and finally Scanning Probe Microscopies on the 14th of June.

The venue for the 1st ELECMI International Workshop is the Laboratory of Advanced Microscopies (LMA) located in the city of Zaragoza. You may find detailed information on the city in the About Zaragoza section above.

Attendance to this workshop is free of charge but registration is mandatory to help organizers with the logistics.

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SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM

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June 12

TEM

09:30-10:00

WELCOME ADDRESS

10:00-10:45
Plenary Talk

Dr. Gustaaf Van Tendeloo (University of Antwerp, Belgium)

Future of Electron Microscopy?

10:45-11:15
Invited Talk

Dr. José J. Calvino (University of Cádiz, Spain)

Advanced STEM Characterization : an Irreplaceable Tool for Research in Modern Heterogeneous Catalysis

11:15-11:35
Invited Talk

Dr. Raúl Arenal (ELECMI-LMA, University of Zaragoza, Spain)

Advanced TEM Studies on Different Atomically Thin 1D and 2D Materials

11:35-12:05
Invited Talk

Dr. Francesca Peiró (University of Barcelona, Spain)

Clues and Pitfalls of Advanced TEM in some materials for Opto-Electronics and Energy Applications

12:05-12:35

COFFEE BREAK

12:35-13:20
Plenary Talk

Dr. Peter van Aken (Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research, Germany)

Local Interfacial Chemistry of Functional Complex Oxide Heterointerfaces

13:20-13:50
Invited Talk

Dr. María Varela (ELECMI-CNME, University Complutense Madrid, Spain)

Atomic Resolution Studies of Charged Ferroelectric Domain Walls in Complex Oxide Tunnel Junctions

13:50-14:10
Invited Talk

Dr. César Magén (ELECMI-LMA, University of Zaragoza, Spain)

Atomically Resolved Strain Induced Phenomena in Mutliferroic Thin Films

14:10-15:30

LUNCH BREAK

15:30-16:15
Plenary Talk

Dr. Etienne Snoeck (CEMES Toulouse, France)

Electron Holography for the Quantitative Measurements of Electric and Magnetic Properties in Nanostructures

16:15-16:35
Invited Talk

Javier Pablo Navarro (ELECMI-LMA, University of Zaragoza, Spain)

Enhancing Magnetic Properties of 3D Ferromagnetic Nanowires grown by FEBID

16:35-17:05
Invited Talk

Dr. Dominique Delille  (Thermo Fisher Materials " width="643">

June 13

DUAL BEAM

09:30-10:15
Plenary Talk

Dr. Yonathan Anahory (Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel)

Magnetic and Thermal Nanoscale Imaging using Scanning SQUID-on-tip Microscopy

10:15-10:45
Invited Talk

Dr. Anna Palau (ICMAB-CSIC, Barcelona, Spain)

The Opportunities of Nano-engineering High Temperature Superconducting Systems

10:45-11:05
Invited Talk

Dr. Rosa Córdoba (ICMA-CSIC, University of Zaragoza, Spain)

Superconducting Nanowires Grown by Focused Ion Beam Induced Deposition

11:05-11:30

COFFEE BREAK

11:30-12:15
Plenary Talk

Dr. M. Venkata Kamalakar (Uppsala University, Sweden)

Advances in Two Dimensional Spintronics

12:15-12:45
Invited Talk

Dr. Enrique Díez (University of Salamanca, Spain)

Processing and Characterization of Nanoelectronics Devices based on 2D materials

12:45-13:05
Invited Talk

Dr. Toni Helm (Max Planck Institute for Chemical Physics of Solids, Germany)

Microstructuring Single-Crystalline Quantum Materials

13:05-13:25
Invited Talk

Dr. José María De Teresa (ICMA and LMA-ELECMI, CSIC-University of Zaragoza, Spain)

Quantum Transport in Wafer-Scale Graphene

13:25-15:00

LUNCH BREAK

15:00-15:45
Plenary Talk

Dr. Laurent Vila (CEA Grenoble, France)

From Spintronics to Spinorbitronics

15:45-16:05
Invited Talk

Dr. Soraya Sangiao (ELECMI-LMA, University of Zaragoza, Spain)

Magnetic Properties of Optimized Cobalt Nanospheres Grown by FEBID on Cantilever Tips

16:05-16:35
Invited Talk

Dr. Agustina Asenjo (ICMM-CISC; Madrid, Spain)

Nonstandard Imaging in Magnetic Force Microscopy: New Probes and Methods

16:35-16:55
Invited Talk

Dr. Pilar Cea (ELECMI-LMA, University of Zaragoza, Spain)

Towards All-Carbon Based Molecular Electronic Devices

 

June 14

SPM

09:30-10:15
Plenary Talk

Dr. Pavel Jelínek (Institute of Physics of the CAS, Czech Republic)

Perspectives of AFM-STM Measurements of Molecules

10:15-10:45
Invited Talk

Dr. José Ignacio Pascual (NANOGUNE, Spain)

Elementary Phenomena in Hybrid Graphene Nanoribbons on Metal Surface

10:45-11:30
Plenary Talk

Dr. Sebastian Loth (University of Stuttgart. Germany)

Accessing Atomic-scale Dynamics with Ultrafast Scanning Tunneling Microscopy

11:30-12:00

COFFEE BREAK

12:00-12:45
Plenary Talk

Dr. Sascha Sadewaser (International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory, Portugal)

Grain Boundary Properties of Chalcopyrite Solar Cell Materials Characterized by Kelvin Prove Force Microscopy

12:45-13:15
Invited Talk

Dr. Jaime Colchero (University of Murcia, Spain)

Scanning Force Microscopy: Electrical Fields as Tool for Nanoscale Material Characterization

13:15-13:35
Invited Talk

Dr. Anabel Gracia Lostao (ELECMI-LMA, University of Zaragoza, Spain)

Protein Mechanisms Analyzed by Atomic Force Microscopy

13:35-15:00

LUNCH BREAK

15:00-15:45
Plenary Talk

Dr. Nicolas Agraït (University Autonóma Madrid, Spain)

Quantum Thermoelectricity in Single-Molecule Junctions

15:45-16:15
Invited Talk

Dr. Díez Pérez (University of Barcelona, Spain)

Studying Chemical Reactions at the Nanoscale

16:15-16:35
Invited Talk

Dr. Santiago Martin (ICMA-CSIC, University of Zaragoza, Spain)

Molecular Electronic Devices Based on the Archetypical Molecular Wire: An Uncapped Oligoyne

16:35-16:55
Invited Talk

Dr. David Serrate (ELECMI-LMA, University of Zaragoza, Spain)

Ferroelectricity at the Atomic Scale

 

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