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    Experimentelle Physik II

    Invited Conference Talks

    2018

    02.-06.04.2018 Matthias Bode, MRS Spring Meeting, Phoenix (USA) 

    2017

    20.-22.11.2017 Matthias Bode, Nordita Workshop on Multifunctional Dirac Materials, Stockholm (Sweden), How robust are topological edge states? 

    19.-23.11.2017 Paolo Sessi, 654. WE-Heraeus-Seminar on Topical Insights into Nanoscience using Scanning Probes, Bad Honnef (Germany), Visualizing universal trends in topological materials interacting with functional perturbations 

    05.-06.10.2017 Matthias Bode, QuSpin, Trondheim (Norway), How robust are topological edge states? 

    18.-21.09.2017 Matthias Bode, IEEE Magnetic Frontiers, Nancy (France), Visualizing topological states of matter by scanning tunneling microscopy 

    18.-21.09.2017 Paolo Sessi, European Materials Research Society Fall Meeting (E-MRS), Warsaw (Poland), Robust spin-polarized midgap states at step edges of topological crystalline insulators

    11.-14.09.2017 Matthias Bode, QMol Conference, Ascona (Switzerland), Topological materials from an STM perspective: Studying pristine and magnetically doped surfaces in real and reciprocal space 

    04.-15.09.2017 Paolo Sessi, School on spectroscopies of correlated electron systems (SUCCESS-2017), Centre de Physique des Houches (France), Edge states in topological crystalline insulators: a new approach towards robust 1D modes

    16.-21.07.2017 Paolo Sessi, New trends in topological insulators (NTTI), Ascona (Switzerland), Edge states in topological crystalline insulators: a new approach towards robust 1D modes

    27.-29.03.2017 Matthias Bode, Symposium "Trends in Nanoscience 2017", Irsee (Germany), Topological materials from an STM perspective: Studying pristine and magnetically doped surfaces in real and reciprocal space 

    19.-24.03.2017 Paolo Sessi, DPG March Meeting, Dresden (Germany), Discovery of 1D spin-polarized states at step edges of topological crystalline insulators

    2016

    12.-14.12.2016 Paolo Sessi, The electronic and optical properties of 2D and Dirac materials workshop, Jacksonville, FL (USA), Visualizing universal trends in topological materials interacting with external perturbations

    03.-07.10.2016 Paolo Sessi, Workshop on Correlated electrons at surfaces and interfaces, Würzburg (Germany), Universal trends in topological materials interacting with external perturbation

    13.-19.03.2016 Paolo Sessi, DPG March Meeting, Regensburg (Germany), Probing topological states of matter and their interactions with perturbations using local probes

    2015

    18.-23.10.2015 Paolo Sessi, Workshop on Impurity States Quasiparticles and Unconventional Superconductors, Pohang (Korea), Visualizing competing trends at topological surfaces

    31.08.-04.09.2015 Paolo Sessi, 31st European Conference on Surface Science (ECOSS-31), Barcelona (Spain), Interfacing 3D topological insulators with magnetic perturbations: from single adatoms to self-assembled overlayers

    05.-10.07.2015 Matthias Bode, 20th International Conference on Magnetism, Barcelona (Spain)

    2014

    02.04.2014 Matthias Bode, March meeting of the German Physical Society (DPG), Dresden (Germany):  On the rediscovery of the Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interactionA review

    2013

    24.09.2013 Matthias Bode, 3rd International School on Surface Science, Sochi (Russia):  Atomic scale spin structures on surfaces

    09.01.2013 Matthias Bode, German-Japanese International Workshop on "Structure and Control of Interfaces", Berlin (Germany):  On the importance of the spin-orbit interaction for magnetic ordering phenomena

    2010

    02.06.2010 Matthias Bode, International Conference on Core Research and Engineering Science of Advanced Materials + Third International Conference on Nanospintronics Design and Realization (ICNDR-3), Osaka (Japan):  Temperature and size dependence of spin spirals observed by spin-polarized STM

    2009

    17.11.2009 Matthias Bode, UMN Nanotechnology Conference, Minneapolis (USA):  Atomic resolution imaging of complex spin structures with spin-polarized STM

    23.07.2009 Matthias Bode, International Conference of Magnetism, Karlsruhe (Germany): Spin-polarized scanning tunneling microscopy of magnetic surfaces and nanostructures (Plenary)

    15.05.2009 Matthias Bode, ACS Regional Meeting, Evanston (USA): The Surprising World of Magnetic Nanostructures Imaged with Atomic Spin Resolution

    24.04.2009 Matthias Bode, Annual Workshop of the Center for Probing the Nanoscale, Stanford (USA): Imaging Non-Collinear Magnetic Nanostructures with Atomic Resolution

    18.03.2009 Matthias Bode, APS March Meeting, Pittsburgh (USA): Chiral magnetic order at surfaces driven by inversion asymmetry

    2008

    04.11.2008 Matthias Bode, 56th IUVSTA NFN workshop on Template mediated growth of nanostructures, Stadtschlaining (Austria): The surprising world of self-assembled magnetic nanostructures explored by spin-polarized STM

    20.10.2008 Matthias Bode, International Symposium of the American Vacuum Society, Boston (USA): Complex Spin Structures on the Verge of InstabilityImaging and Manipulation by Spin-Polarized STM

    11.06.2008 Matthias Bode, Conference on Precision Electromagnetic Measurements, Denver (USA): Spin-Polarized STM: Imaging Magnetic Nanostructures with Atomic Resolution

    03.06.2008 Matthias Bode, Nano IMPRS Summer School on Advances in Science and Technology of Nanostructures, Halle/Saale (Germany): Spin-Polarized STM: Imaging Magnetic Surfaces with Atomic Resolution

    28.03.2008 Matthias Bode, Wohlfarth Lecture at the Condensed Matter & Materials Physics Conference 2008, London (Great Britain): Imaging magnetic surfaces with atomic resolution

    2007

    02.07.2007 Matthias Bode, International Conference on Nano Science and Technology (ICN+T 2007), Stockholm (Sweden): Imaging complex atomic-scale spin structures by spin-polarized STM

    03.06.2007 Matthias Bode, France - U.S. Nanoscience Workshop, Argonne (USA): Imaging Magnetic Nanostructures with Atomic Resolution 


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