The conference > Scientific program: Invited lectures

 Plenary speakers

Heterogeneous interfaces investigated by ambient pressure X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy

Hendrik Bluhm
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA

Predicting the reactivity of transition metal surfaces simply by counting atom neighbors

Philippe Sautet
UCLA Engineering, USA

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Towards super-resolution metabolic imaging of cells using the 3D OrbiSIMS

Ian Gilmore
National Physical Laboratory, Teddington, UK

Atom probe tomography: analysis of surfaces and interfaces at the top of the tip

Guido Schmitz
IMW, Univ. Stuttgart, DE

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  2017 ECASIA Award Lecture

Surface analysis: from single crystals to biomaterials

David G. Castner
National ESCA and Surface Analysis Center for Biomedical Problems, USA

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 Keynote speakers

Direct 3D atomic arrangement analysis by atomic resolution holography and stereography

Hiroshi Daimon
Surface and Materials Science Laboratory, NAIST, Nara, JP

In-situ oxidation studies of alloy surfaces and nanoparticles from UHV to atmospheric pressures

Andreas Stierle
DESY Nanolaboratory & Physics Dep., Univ. Hamburg, DE

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Pt-doped CeO2 ultra thin film catalysts prepared by Direct Liquid Injection-CVD

Bruno Domenichini
ICB Lab., Univ. Bourgogne, Dijon, FR

Non-invasive chemical imaging of the painting surfaces: an opportunity for new interdisciplinary researches in art history

Philippe Walter

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Interface, surface and single atoms studies by aberration-corrected electron microscopy

Ondrej L. Krivanek
Nion Co., Kirkland & Arizona State University, Tempe, USA

Oxygen reduction kinetics at buried interfaces and under ultrathin electrolyte layers

Michael Rohwerder
Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung GmbH, Düsseldorf, DE

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