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     updated on  August 29th, 2020

SPM School

School on Scanning Probe Microscopy
September 16-17-18


The NanoInnovation 2020 SPM School is mainly intended for  graduate and PhD students as well as young scientists interested in deepening their knowledge about advanced SPM methods, but it is also open to all researchers and scientists who are involved in the different fields characterizations methods for nanotechnology and nanosciences.

As for all the NanoInnovation events, the attendance to the NanoInnovation 2020 SPM School is free and the interested attendees are requested to register using the NanoInnovation website selecting the option “SPM School” in the online form. 

Organizing Committee of the School:
 
Daniele PASSERI, Sapienza University (coordinator)
Umberto CELANO, IMEC
Francesco MARINELLO, University of Padua 
Andrzej SIKORA, Wroclaw University of Science and Technology

 
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ROOM 6


Wednesday 16 September

I. Nanomechanical mapping
Chair: Daniele PASSERI - CV
10:45 - 11:00

Welcome and Introduction
Daniele PASSERI - CV, Sapienza University

PASSERI Daniele 2020
11:00 - 11:45 Nanomechanical mapping of soft materials with the atomic force microscope: methods, theory and applications
Ricardo GARCIA - CV, CSIC
GARCIA Ricardo
11:45 - 12:30 The utilization of fast AFM’s tip-sample interaction for the surface morphology imaging and mechanical properties mapping
Andrzej SIKORA - CV, Wroclaw University of Science and Technology
SIKORA Andrzej
Break time
II. Electric and thermal phenomena in 2D materials
Chair: Andrzej SIKORA - CV
14:00 - 14:45 Exploration of nanoscale thermal transport and thermoelectric phenomena in 2D materials via scanning probes
Oleg KOLOSOV - CV, Lancaster University
KOLOSOV Oleg
14:45 - 15:30 Electrical SPM for 2D materials
Umberto CELANO - CV, IMEC
CELANO Umberto 2020
Break time
III. From atoms to molecules
Chair: Francesco MARINELLO
16:00 - 16:45 Atomically Precise Molecular Design: Insights From Sub-molecular Resolution Scanning Probe Microscopy
Samuel JARVIS - CV, Lancaster University
JARVIS Samuel
16:45 - 17:30 Self-organization of complete organic monolayers via sequential post-deposition annealing: an investigation by Scanning Probe Microscopy
Cristiano ALBONETTI - CV, CNR
ALBONETTI
ROOM 6


Thursday 17 September

IV. Toward tomography
Chair: Andrzej SIKORA - CV
11:00 - 11:45 

3D tomographic AFM using Scalpel SPM
Umberto CELANO - CV, IMEC

CELANO Umberto 2020
11:45 - 12:30 Nanoscale 3D imaging of physical properties of materials 
Oleg KOLOSOV - CV, Lancaster University
KOLOSOV Oleg
Break time 
V. Pre- and post-eperiment issues
Chair: Daniele PASSERI - CV
14:00 - 14:45 Correlative microscopy – the issue of precise positioning of the sample and its impact on the experiment outcome
Andrzej SIKORA - CV, Wroclaw University of Science and Technology
SIKORA Andrzej
14:45 - 15:30 Data processing in SPM
Francesco MARINELLO - CV, University of Padua
MARINELLO Francesco
Break time
VI. Nanomagnetic characterizations
Chair: Umberto CELANO  - CV
16:00 - 16:45 Characterization of nanomagnets by Advanced Magnetic Force Microcopy
Agustina ASENJO - CV, CSIC
ASENJO Agustina
16:45 - 17:30 Direct and Indirect Magnetic Force Microscopy in Histology
Gunjan AGARWAL - CV, The Ohio State University
AGARWAL Gunjan
ROOM 6


Friday 18 September


VII. Nanoelectric characterizations
Chair: Francesco MARINELLO
11:00 - 11.45

Carrier profiling with SPM application in Nanoelectronics
Umberto CELANO - CV, IMEC

CELANO Umberto 2020
11:45 - 12:30 Electrical nano-characterization of wide band gap semiconductors (silicon carbide) devices by scanning probe microscopy
Patrick FIORENZA - CV, CNR
FIORENZA Patrick
Break time
VIII.Tunneling and spectroscopies
Chair: Umberto CELANO - CV
14:00 - 14:45

Basic principles of STM/S and applications to condensed matter physics
Fabrizio BOBBA - CV, University of Salerno

BOBBA Fabrizio
14:45 - 15:30

AFM-assisted infrared nanospectroscopy
Leonetta BALDASSARRE - CV, Sapienza University

BALDASSARRI Leonetta
Break time
IX. Multiferroics
Chair: Daniele PASSERI - CV
16:00 - 16:45 Ferromagnetic, ferroelectric and multiferroic nanostructures. AFM characterisation
Bernard NYSTEN - CV, UCLouvain
NYSTEN Bernard
16:45 - 17:30 SPM techniques for ferroelectric materials characterization
Francisco FLORES RUIZ - CV, Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla
FLORESRUIZ Francisco
 




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