Nano workshop at Stanford, May 14

David Goldhaber-Gordon goldhab at stanford.edu
Sun Mar 7 22:38:19 PST 2010


Dear SNF Labmembers,

On Friday May 14, Stanford's Center for Probing the Nanoscale will
present its 6th Annual Nanoprobes Workshop, on Stanford campus at the
Bechtel Conference Center. Nine outstanding speakers will describe
cutting-edge developments in imaging nanoscale electronic, magnetic,
optical, and chemical phenomena. This will be followed by a
student/postdoc poster session. You and your colleagues are warmly
invited to attend the workshop. Students are encouraged to present
posters -- we typically have many industry attendees who appreciate
having students explain their exciting work.

The website is open for registration till May 1. Details about
registration and speakers are below. Students and postdocs are free
but must register. Also see attached program.

Questions:
Laraine Lietz-Lucas, lietz at stanford.edu

Best wishes,
David Goldhaber-Gordon
Deputy Director, Center for Probing the Nanoscale, an NSF Nanoscale
Science and Engineering Center

Details:

Registration http://www.stanford.edu/group/cpn/research/anworkshop_reg.html

Registration Fee Structure:

Industry - $100
Academic and Government (except CPN Investigators) - $50
Community College, K-12, and Museum Personnel - $25
Students and CPN investigators are free but must register

Speakers:

Alexander Balatsky, Los Alamos National Laboratory
"Dirac Materials"

Irfan Siddiqi, University of California, Berkeley
"Noiseless Amplification in Superconducting Nanoscale Magnetometers"

Tetsuo Hanaguri, RIKEN Advanced Science Institute, Saitama, Japan
"Spectroscopic-Imaging STM at High Magnetic Fields"

Ray Ashoori, MIT
"Extremely High Energy Resolution Spectroscopy of Two-Dimensional Electronic Systems"

Roya Maboudian, University of California, Berkeley
"Probing Interfacial Contact via MEMS-based Instrumentation"

Wilson Ho, University of California, Irvine
"Single Spin Phenomena"

David A. Muller, Cornell University
"Atomic-Resolution Imaging of the Physical and Electronic Structure of Nano-Devices"

Keith Schwab, California Institute of Technology

Andreas Heinrich, IBM
"Measuring Spin Relaxation Times of Single Atoms with Nanosecond Time Resolution" 
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