February 21-27, 2010
Since A. Einstein's explanation of the photoelectric effect in 1905, photoemission spectroscopy has been one of the major tools for probing the electronic structure of matter. The last two decades have seen a revival of the technique, because some of its traditional limitations (in resolution, probing depth, etc) could be overcome due to tremendous technical and conceptual advances in the field. This workshop provides a thorough introduction to the experimental and theoretical aspects of photoemission spectroscopy and presents the main recent developments and applications to condensed matter physics. The topics of the lectures include:
– core-level photoemission for chemical analysis
– photoelectron diffraction for surface analysis
– angle-resolved photoemission and band mapping
– magnetic and strongly correlated materials
– hard X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy
– resonant photoemission
Sunday Feb. 21, evening: arrival
Saturday Feb. 27, morning: departure
-M. Aeschlimann: Linewidth versus real time measurements
-H. Ebert: Electronic structure calculations, ARPES theory.
-C. Fadley: Introduction and latest progress in photoelectron spectroscopy
-G. Fecher: Dichroismus in angular resolved photoemission
-J. Fink: Angle and time resolved photoemission spectroscopy for many-body properties of solids
-J. Kirschner: Photoemission of electron pairs by one photon
-P. Krueger: Core-level lineshapes, resonant photoelectron diffraction.
-P. Le Fevre: Resonant photoemission and resonant Auger
-J. Osterwalder: Spin-polarized photoemission from surface states
-G. Panaccione: Novel electronic properties of strongly correlated systems studied by x-ray electron spectroscopies
-D. Sebilleau: X-ray photoelectron diffraction and coincidence spectroscopy
1) Hard X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy of Strongly Correlated Electron.
2) Extremely low energy Photoelectron Spectroscopy
-J. Zegenhagen: Photoelectron spectroscopy using X-ray standing waves
The workshop is intended for PhD students and postdocs in physics, chemistry and other areas of materials science. The number of participants is limited to 35. All participants are asked to present a poster on their research.
General: 650 Euro
Students from EU-countries: 400 Euro (supported by LighTnet) in double room, addtional charge for single rooms 80 Euro (total then: 480 Euro)
Fees for students of the Graduate School MAINZ are covered.
The fee includes the scientific program, accommodation in hotel (full board, double room) and social program (excursions, conference dinner). Single rooms upon request (additional charge of 80 Euro).
Registration has closed. MAINZ students who have not regsitered should contact the MAINZ coordination office.
Selected applicants will be informed by January 15, 2010. Afterwards participants need to transfer the conference fee within 7 days. Note that registration is only valid if the conference has been paid.
Once you have been accepted to the workshop, please transfer the conference fee indicated in the confirmation email to this account:
Recipient: Landeshochschulkasse Mainz
Bank name: Deutsche Bundesbank, Filiale Mainz
IBAN: DE 25 5500 0000 0055 0015 11
Account number: 550 015 11
BLZ: 550 000 00
Reference number (required):
6101/28286/9607021/winter_school_photoemission_2010_last name_given name
Please sent or fax us (+49 6131 3926983) a confirmation of the bank transfer from your bank immediately. Addtionally, we need the details of your bank transfer (your name, your address, bank name and location, your account number, sort code of the bank, SWIFT or BIC and IBAN).
– sightseeing tour of Dijon
– trip to Abbaye de Fontaney
– Burgundy wine tasting
– conference dinner
Registration: January 10, 2010
Bank transfer: January 22, 2010