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Nanospectroscopy news archive

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LEEM/PEEM-11, Chongqing, PRC, October 31- November 3, 2018

The 11th LEEM/PEEM workshop will be held at Westin Hotel in Chongqing, China. LEEM-PEEM is a biennial meeting reviewing the status of LEEM, PEEM, SPLEEM, XPEEM and related techniques. The meeting promotes and disseminates applications of cathode lens microscopy to a broad audience of interested scientists. The workshop highlights the most recent scientific advances as well as instrumental developments. Topics will cover surfaces, thin films, organic films, surface chemistry, magnetism, time resolved methods, instrumental advances and novel applications of LEEM and PEEM to other subject areas. Dont'miss the workshop! Please visit the LEEM/PEEM 11 website.

23/11/2017

Monochromator upgrade completed

We inform our users that the recent upgrade of the monochromator has been successfully completed. The monochromator was modified to solve long term stability issues and improve mechanical and optical operation. Our tests demonstrate that the instrument is now extremely stable, allowing us to claim that the main goal of the upgrade has been reached. The instrument is now being commissioned and a brief report on its performance is available here. Both Nanospectroscopy and NanoESCA are now ready to accept external users and will be opened for the call for proposals of March 2016. The first semester of 2016 has been dedicated to carry out the experiments already approved in 2015.

26/01/2016

LEEM/PEEM-10, Monterey - California, September 11-15

LEEM-PEEM is a biennial meeting reviewing the status of LEEM, PEEM, SPLEEM, XPEEM and related techniques. The meeting promotes and disseminates applications of cathode lens microscopy to a broad audience of interested scientists. The workshop highlights the most recent scientific advances as well as instrumental developments. Topics will cover surfaces, thin films, organic films, surface chemistry, magnetism, time resolved methods, instrumental advances and novel applications of LEEM and PEEM to other subject areas. Dont'miss the workshop! Please visit the LEEM/PEEM 10 (LP-10) website.

12/05/2016

ECSCD-12, Trieste, October 18-21, 2015

The European Conference on Surface Crystallography and Dynamics (ECSCD) addresses the atomic-scale characterization of surface structure and its relation to dynamics. The main focus is the precise determination of atomic positions in systems of increasing complexity, carried out by means of experimental and computational methods. Topics include a wide range of processes (adatom and molecule diffusion, surface stress, surface thermodynamics, self-assembled systems, and magnetism) occurring at the surfaces of different materials (metals, alloys, oxides, nanostructures, clusters, complex and smart materials). ECSCD-12 will be held in Trieste, October 18-21, 2015.

21/10/2014

LEEM-PEEM 9, Berlin, September 14-18, 2014

The LEEM/PEEM workshop is a biennial meeting reviewing the status of immersion lens microscopies such as Low Energy Electron Microscopy (LEEM), Photoelectron Emission Microscopy (PEEM), Spin-polarized LEEM (SPLEEM), X-Ray PEEM (XPEEM) and related microscopy and spectromicroscopy techniques. The first of these workshops was held in Tempe, Arizona, in 1998. Since then, the venue has moved between America, Europe and Asia. The main aim of the meeting is to discuss scientific advances in the fields of surface and solid state physics, disseminate knowledge and promote applications of cathode lens microscopy to a broad audience of interested scientists.

21/03/2014

Alessandro Sala @ Nanospectroscopy

Dr. Alessandro Sala has joined Nanospectroscopy on September 2, 2013. Alessandro studied physics at the University of Trieste, where he read a master degree in condensed matter physics. He later moved to the Fritz Haber Institute for his PhD. In his thesis work, he investigated iron oxide thin films as support for catalitically active nanoparticles using LEEM and XPEEM. The staff working at Nanospectroscopy gives Alessandro the warmest welcome for his new job.

1/9/2013

User Area


Proposal Submission

We invite users to discuss their proposals with the beamline contacts well in advance before the submission deadline. This is crucial for a careful assessment of the experiment feasibility and may lead to improvements in the proposed experimental plan. In a restricted number of cases, when doubts arise about the suitability of your samples or the planned measurements are too close to the microscope resolution limit, it may be possible for you to arrange a test. For more info, please visit the user info section.

Sample cooling

We regret to inform that sample cooling stage is currently NOT avaialble due to a leak in the cryostat.

Call for proposals

The deadline for proposal submission for beamtime allocation from July 1st to December 31st, 2020 has been postponed from March 16th to April 6th, 2020.

All proposals will be performed with the SPELEEM microscope on the first beamline branch.

Ultima modifica il Lunedì, 23 Ottobre 2017 17:19