The 29th International Brand Ritchie Workshop (BRW2011)

on Particle Penetration Phenomena and Excitations of Solids

May 12 - 15, 2011, Matsue, Shimane, JAPAN   

 Kunibiki Messe (Shimane Prefectural Convention Center)   Izumo Taisha shrineIzumo Taisha shrineIzumo Taisha shrineMatsue Castle
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Atomic Physics Laboratory

Kyoto Univ.
Matsuo Lab.
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 Thursday, May 12

  18:00- Welcome @ Tokyu Inn
 Friday, May 13

 8:50-10:30 Session I Ion-surface interaction
  8:50-9:00 Y.Yamazaki Opening
  9:00-9:30 H. Winter Fast Atom Diffraction [A] [P]
  9:30-10:00 T. Ikeda Resistive switching induced on a glass plate by slow highly charged ions [P]
  10:00-10:30 T. M. Kojima Ion beam guiding with curved Teflon tubes [A] [P]
  10:30-11:00 Coffee break   
 11:00-12:30 Session II SPM1
  11:00-11:30 M. Tsukada Theoretical Approaches and Simulators for the Scanning Probe Microscopy [A] [P]
  11:30-12:00 Y. Kuwahara Optical property of organic nanosystem evaluated by STM-induced photon detection technique [P]
  12:00-12:30 A. Ayuela Magnetism in graphene induced by defects [A] [P]
  12:30-13:40 Lunch  
 13:40-15:40 Session III Electron/photon
  13:40-14:10 T. Koshikawa Dynamic observation of [CoNix]y multi-layers with high brightness, high spin-polarization and long life time SPLEEM [A] [P]
  14:10-14:40 T. Kinoshita Dynamics of Magnetostatically Coupled Vortices Observed by Time-Resolved Photoemission Electron Microscopy [A] [P]
  14:40- 15:10 K. Sakamoto Electronic states of self-assembled pi-condugated organic ultra-thin films [P]
  15:10-15:40 T. Aruga Large Rashba spin splitting at solid surfaces [P]
  15:40-16:10 Coffee Break  
 16:10-18:10 Session IV  
  16:10-16:40 K. Nagamine Particle Beam Radiography from nm-scale to km-scale [P]
  16:40-17:10 N. Oshima Manipulation techniques of a slow positron beam in AIST [A] [P]
  17:10-17:40 N. Okabayashi Electron transport through alkanethiol molecules in single and double tunneling junctions [A] [P]
  17:40-18:10 T. Kobayashi Ion irradiation effects on polymer at solid/liquid interface [A] [P]
 Saturday, May 14

 8:30-10:30 Session V SPM2
  8:30-9:00 F. Komori Reversible atom manipulation by tunneling carrier injection [A] [P]
  9:00-9:30 S. Hasegawa Charge/Spin Injection and Penetration into Surfaces [P]
  9:30-10:00 Y. Kim Mode-selective and state-selective chemistry of a single molecule with tunneling electrons [A] [P]
  10:00-10:30 P. Cabrera-Sanfelix DFT investigation of electron-induced cross-linking of aromatic SAM on Au(111): formation of graphene nanoribbons [A] [P]
  10:30-11:00 Coffee break  
 11:00-12:30 Session VI Ion-solid
  11:00-11:30 H. Yamada Atomic-scale Investigations of Solid-Liquid Interfaces by Frequency Modulation [A] [P]
  11:30-12:00 T. Azuma Resonant coherent excitation of heavy ions: from population control to precise spectroscopy [P]
  12:00-12:30 W. Werner The role of surface excitations in electron spectra and secondary electron emission [A] [P]
  12:30-13:00 W. Meissl Three-dimensional micro-irradiation of living cells by short pulses of MeV ions in a controlled environment [A] [P]
  13:10- Excursion to Izumo (+ Lunch box)
  19:00- Workshop Banquet 
 Sunday, May 15

 9:00-10:30 Session VII Liquid & solid targets
  9:00-9:30 A. Itoh Stopping power of liquid water and alcohols for fast H and He [P]
  9:30-10:00 K. Nakajima Surface structure of ionic liquids: A study with high-resolution RBS and SIMS [P]
  10:00-10:30 W. A. Diño Computational Materials Design Case Studies [A] [P]
  10:30-11:00   Coffee break  
 11:00-12:30 Session VIII Ion-surface
  11:00-11:30 J. Matsuo Structure dynamics study on epitaxial VO2 film by using femto-second X-ray diffraction [A] [P]
  11:30-12:00 Y. Kanai Dynamic features of ion guiding by insulator multi-capillaries [A] [P]
  12:00-12:30 Y. Yamazaki Slow Highly-charged ions interacting with Solid Surfaces [A] [P]
  12:30- T. Koshikawa Closing remark
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