Key Note Speaker

  • Martin Aeschlimann
    Technical University Kaiserslautern, Germany
    “Chasing excited electrons in energy, momentum space, and time”
  • Tania Cuk
    University of Colorado Boulder, USA
    “Mapping time-resolved intermediates of in-situ water oxidation to theoretical descriptors of the oxygen evolution reaction”
  • Katharina Franke
    Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
    “Spin excitations and interactions on superconductors - probed and manipulated by scanning tunneling microscopy”
  • Leo Gross
    IBM Research Zurich, Switzerland
    “Controlling molecular reactions, charge states and excited states with atom manipulation”
  • Bjork Hammer
    Aarhus University, Denmark
    “Surface structure by way of machine learning”
  • Klaus Kern
    Max-Planck-Institute for Solid State Research Stuttgart, Germany
    “Light-matter interaction at the atomic scale”
  • Marc Koper
    Leiden University, Netherlands
    “Electrochemical surface science of platinum electrodes”
  • Vicki Grassian
    University of California San Diego, USA
    “Physical chemistry and chemical physics of environmental interfaces”