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1st National Workshop on Time-Resolved PEEM

The University of Kaiserslautern and the University of Duisburg-Essen jointly organize this workshop about the combination of fs-laser pulses and PEEM.


Welcome Message 

The combination of a PEEM with a fs-laser system to achieve temporal resolution provides a major technical challenge that has so far been achieved only at few places around the world. The scope of this national workshop is to inform the various german groups working in this field about the research efforts in this field. 

This workshop is sponsored by the Sonderforschungsbereich 616, "Energy Dissipation at Surfaces"

Location

The Workshop will be held in the "Senats Saal" of the Gerhard-Mercator House at the Campus Duisburg of the University of Duisburg-Essen. The address is

Gerhard Mercator Haus
Universität Duisburg-Essen
Lotharstrasse 51
D-47057 Duisburg

Accomodation

All hotels around the Campus Duisburg or close to the Duisburg main station are in a convenient location to reach the Gerhard-Mercator Haus. We know of people who were satisfied with

IBIS Hotel / Mercatorstrasse 15 / D-47051 Duisburg
Hotel Friederichs / Neudorfer Strasse 33-35 / D-47057 Duisburg
Hotel Rheinischer Hof / Mühlheimer Str. 119 / D-47058 Duisburg

Poster Sessions

We won't have Coffee breaks, but only Coffee/Poster breaks, i.e. we have poster boards in the room where the coffee is served. We have space for about 10 posters. Please feel free to bring a poster describing your research, so that we can discuss the posters during the coffee breaks.

Preliminary Program

This is a draft of the program. Please check back frequently for program updates, as the times and topics will change during the next days and weeks.

Tuesday, Oct. 4th 2005

Morning Arrival  

12:00 Welcome Coffee and Registration  
13:00 Opening Remarks Frank Meyer zu Heringdorf
13:15 Time-resolved PEEM: stroboscopic imaging versus time-resolved detection Gerd Schönhense
14:00 Nichtlineare PEEM an deponierten Clustern Martin Rohmer
14:30 Nichtlineare PEEM an definierten Nanopartikelarrays: Nahfeld und Kopplung  Carsten Wiemann
15:00 Poster/Coffee Break  
15:45 Imaging of optical near fields Mirko Cinchetti
16:15 Fringe Field Microscopy Liviu Chelaru
16:45 Fractional Exponents in non-linear PEEM Peter Kury
17:15 Thermionic Emission and thermally assisted nPPE Andrei Gloskowski
Evening Dinner at some Biergarten  
     

Wednesday, Oct. 5th, 2005

8:30 Magnetisierungsdynamik

Christoph Quittmann

9:15 spin-resolved photoemission microscoy of magnetic nanostructures Bernd Heitkamp
9:45 Ultrafast VUV/x-ray sources at Bessy Hermann Dürr
10:15 Poster / Coffee Break  
10:45 Excited Electronic States in Thin Pentacene Layers Frank Meyer zu Heringdorf
11:15 Adsorption und Strukturbildung ultradünner sexithiophene Schichten auf Metall und Oxidoberflächen: Das fs-PEEM Projekt in Halle Wolf Widdra
11:45 Zeitaufgelöste Elektronenbeugung Andreas Janzen
12:15 Lunch (Mensa)  
13:15 Polarisationsformung von fs-Laserpulsen und PEEM Walter Pfeiffer
14:00 Interferometrische zeitaufgelöste PEEM: technische Aspekte und experimentelle Beispiele Jörg Lange / Michael Bauer
14:30 Closing Remarks  
Nachmittags Laborführung nach Vereinbarung  


Further Information

If you would like to attend the conference or even present a poster or give a talk you should contact one of the organizers, Frank Meyer zu Heringdorf or Michael Bauer.


 
 

University of Duisburg-Essen | AG Horn-von Hoegen


 
 



Au (5x3.2) Reconstruction Domains grown on Si(111). Courtesy of F. Meyer zu Heringdorf and R. Tromp, IBM.


Growth of Lead on Cu(111). Courtesy of Gary Kellog, Sandia



PEEM Images of Pentacene Islands on Si. Courtesy of F. Meyer zu Heringdorf and R. Tromp, IBM