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Invited speakers

Fakher Assaad

U. Würzburg, Germany

Dimensional driven Mott transitions

Matthias Bode

U. Würzburg, Germany

Spin-dependent surface properties analyzed by spatially averaging and local probes

Christophe Brun

UPMC Paris, France

Remarkable effects of disorder on superconductivity of single atomic layers of lead on silicon

Tanmoy Das

LANL, NM, USA

A new form of staggered spin-orbit oder driven in Coulomb interaction in 2D systems

Steven C. Erwin

NRL, Washington, DC, USA

Intrinsic Spin Chains at Silicon Surface

Thomas Fauster

U. Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany

Electron Dynamics in Topological Insulators

Stefan Fölsch

PDI Berlin, Germany

Generating and probing semiconductor quantum dots with single-atom precision

Michael Horn von Hoegen

U. Duisburg Essen, Germany

Structure and Dynamics of 1D Metal Wires at Surfaces: Phase Transitions and Ultrafast non-Equilibrium Dynamics

Mieczyslaw Jalochowski

UMCS, Poland

Multiple Pb atomic chains on Si(553) surface

Peter Kratzer

U. Duisburg Essen, Germany

The magneto-Seebeck effect as a probe of electronic strucutre and spin-orbit coupling in metallic multilayers

Stevan Nadj-Perge

TU Delft, Netherlands

Majorana fermions in ferromagnetic atomic chains on a superconductor

Thorsten Schmitt

PSI Villigen, Switzerland

Resonant Inelastic X-Ray Scattering on One-Dimensional Cuprate and Oxide Heterostructure Materials

Patrick Vogt

Silicene materials: From prediction to synthesis and technological applicability

TU Berlin, Germany 

Martin Weinelt

FU Berlin, Germany

Temperature-dependent electron dynamics in the topological insulator Sb2Te2S

Michael Wimmer

TU Delft, Netherlands

Majorana fermions in nanowires: inside out

Harold Zandvliet

U. Twente, Netherlands

One- and two-dimensional systems studied by STM

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