Speakers

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS NSFE 2020
Prof. Dr. Franz J. Gießibl

Prof. Dr. Franz J. Gießibl

University of Regensburg Germany

- Mysteries of the chemical bond revealed by atomic force microscopy

Prof. Dr. Lukas Eng

Prof. Dr. Lukas Eng

Technical University Dresden, Germany

- Reconfigurable 2D Electron Gases in Ferroelectric Domain Walls

As. Prof. Kim McKelvey

As. Prof. Kim McKelvey

Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

- Correlated surface potential and electrochemical activity on 2D materials

Prof. Brian Rodriguez

Prof. Brian Rodriguez

University College Dublin, Ireland

- AFM tip-induced strain effects in BiFeO3 films: from structural phase changes to polarization switching and nanofabrication

Prof. Silke Christiansen

Prof. Silke Christiansen

Innovation-Institute for Technology and correlative Microscopy, Forchheim, Germany

- Three-dimensional nano-architectures in energy, bio-medical, electronic and sensing applications – optimization based on correlative microscopy and spectroscopy and machine learning

Dr. Fatima Linares Ordonez

Dr. Fatima Linares Ordonez

CIC, University of Granada, Spain

- Characterization of metallo-DNA nanostructures properties with AFM

Prof. Ken Nakajima

Prof. Ken Nakajima

Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

- Nanorheological AFM for Basic Polymer Science

Dr. Reynier I. Revilla

Dr. Reynier I. Revilla

Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium

- KPFM for electrochemical stydies: From corrosion to battery materials

Prof. Thorsten Hugel

Prof. Thorsten Hugel

University of Freiburg, Germany

- Nanoscale characterization across several length scales by AFM and fluorescence microscopy

Prof. Dr. Christine Kranz

Prof. Dr. Christine Kranz

Ulm University, Germany

- Hybrid electrochemical scanning probe microscopy: Physical and electrochemical characterization of interfaces

Dr. Neus Domingo

Dr. Neus Domingo

Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology ICN2, Spain

- Quantification of nanoscale electromechanical responses

Prof. Dennis Meier

Prof. Dennis Meier

NTNU – Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway

- Advanced functionality in ferroelectric oxides - creating building blocks for nanoscale circuitry

Prof. Patrick R. Unwin

Prof. Patrick R. Unwin

University of Warwick, United Kingdom

To come

Dr. Sibylle Sievers

Dr. Sibylle Sievers

PTB - The National Metrology Institute of Germany

- Traceably quantitative magnetic field measurements with magnetic force microscopy

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