Andreas’ Presentations

List of invited presentations

Plenary and Keynote Lectures at International Conferences

2008
• Keynote Lecture at Max-Bergmann Symposium, Dresden, Germany, November 2008

2006
• “Magnetism Revisited on the Atomic Scale”, California section of American Physical Society, Long Beach, CA, October 2006

2005
• “Inelastic STM spectroscopy at Low Temperatures”, 13th International Conference on Scanning Probe Microscopy and related techniques, Sapporo, Japan, July 2005
• “Scanning Tunneling Microscopy”, 32 Annual Meeting of Canadian Microscopy Society, Hamilton, Canada, March 2005

Invited Lectureships

2008
• “Magnetism on the Atomic Scale” and “The Force to Move an Atom
on a Surface”, Lecturer at the Advanced Study Insitute (ASI): Advanced Microscopies: Opportunities and Challenges in Nanomaterials and Surface Research, Hong Kong, December 2008

2004
• “Molecule Cascades” and “Tunneling Spectroscopy”, Lecturer at 5th International Wilhelm and Else Heraeus Summer School Molecules: Building Blocks for Future Nanoelectronics, Wittenberg, Germany, August 2004

Invited Talks at International Conferences

2008
• “Probing individual magnetic nanostructures with spin excitation spectroscopy”, AVS 55th International Symposium, Boston, October 2008
• “Spin Excitation Spectroscopy on the Atomic Scale”, Gordon Research Conference on Magnetic Nanostructures, Aussois, France, September 2008
• “Magnetic Anisotropy and Spin Coupling on the Atomic Scale”, Workshop on spectroscopy at the nanometer scale, Schloss Ringberg, Germany, April 2008
• “How does a Kondo impurity respond to its local environment? An STM study”, March Meeting of American Physical Society, New Orleans, March 2008

2007
• “Atom-Resolved Spin Excitation Spectroscopy: A Novel Tool for Measuring Spin Properties of Nanomagnets”, 52nd MMM Confernce on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, Tampa, FL, November 2007
• “Spin Excitation Spectroscopy and The Force to Move an Atom”, Workshop on atomic/molecular manipulation and spectroscopy using scanning probe techniques, Osaka, Japan, August 2007
• “STM Studies of Atomic-Scale Magnets”, ICMAT 2007 International Conference on Materials for Advanced Technologies, Singapore, July 2007
• “Magnetism on the Atomic Scale”, Winter school Spins in Nanostructures: dynamics, spectroscopy, manipulation, and control, Aspen Center for Physics, Aspen, CO, January 2007

2006
• “Atomic-Scale Magnetism: An STM Study”, ICSPM14 International Conference on Scanning Probe Microscopy, Atagawa, Japan, December 2006
• “Spin coupling in engineered atomic structures”, American Chemical Society Meeting, San Francisco, CA, September 2006
• “Spin coupling in engineered atomic structures”, ICN&T 06 International Conference on Nanoscience and Technology, Basel, Switzerland, July 2006

2005
• “Probing magnetic properties of atoms with STM”, ALC 05 International Conference on Atomic Level Characterization, Kona, HI, December 2005
• “Probing magnetic properties of atoms with STM”, ISSS4 International Symposium Surface Science and Nanotechnology, Tokyo, Japan, November 2005
• “Inelastic STM Spectroscopy”, ECOSS 23 European Conference on Surface Science, Berlin, Germany, September 2005
• “Single-Atom Spin-Flip Spectroscopy”, March Meeting of American Physical Society, Los Angeles, CA, March 2005

2004
• “Single-Atom Spin-Flip Spectroscopy”, ICSPM 12 International Colloquium on Scanning Probe Microscopy, Atagawa, Japan, December 2004
• “Atom Manipulation and Single Spins”, Workshop on Novel Perspectives in the Nanoscience Era, Hamburg, Germany, October 2004
• “Single-atom Spin-flip Spectroscopy”, DARPA Spintronics PI Annual Review, San Francisco, CA, October 2004
• “Single-atom Spin-flip spectroscopy”, Gordon Research Conference on Nanomagnetism, Big Sky, MT, August 2004
• Invited lecturer at Summer school: Molecular Electronics, Wittenberg, Germany, August 2004
• “Single-atom Spin-flip spectroscopy”, Gordon Research Conference on Nanofabrication, Tilton, NH, July 2004
• “Scanning Tunneling Microscopy of Molecules on Cold Surfaces”, Nano 2004, 7th International Conference on Nanostructured Materials, Wiesbaden, Germany, June 2004
• “Molecule Cascades and Single-atom Spin-flip spectroscopy”, 9th International Symposium on Advanced Physical Fields, Tsukuba, Japan, March 2004
• “STM of Small Magnetic Structures”, Winter School on Magnetic Nanostructures, Aspen Center for Physics, Aspen, Co, January 2004

Colloquia (invited by)

2009
• “Atomic-scale magnetism probed with spin excitation spectroscopy”, Prof. Brian LeRoy, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, March 2009
• “Atomic-scale magnetism probed with spin excitation spectroscopy”, Prof. Andy Kent, New York University, Physics Department, April 2009

2008
• “Magnetism on the Atomic Scale”, Prof. Mark Hersam, Northwestern Materials Science, Evanston, IL, September 2008

2007
• “Atomic-scale Magnetism on Surfaces”, Dr. Bruce Terris, Hitachi GST, San Jose, CA, June 2007
• “Scanning Tunneling Microscopy Study of Atomic-Scale Computation”, Prof. Mervyn Miles, University of Bristol, UK, May 2007
• “Atomic-scale Magnetism on Surfaces”, Prof. Daniel Loss, Basel University, Switzerland, May 2007

2006
• “Atomic-scale magnetism probed with Scanning Tunneling Microscopy”, EPFL Lausanne, Prof. Wolf-Dieter Schneider, Lausanne, Switzerland, January 2006

2004
• “Inelastic Spectroscopy with STM”, Prof. Hans Kroha, University of Bonn, Bonn, Germany, October 2004
• “The properties of single atoms and nanomagnets at surfaces”, Prof. Vidya Madhavan, Boston College, Physics Department, Boston, MA, October 2004
• “Frontiers in low-temperature scanning tunneling microscopy”, Prof. Jay Gupta, Ohio State University, Physics Department, Columbus, OH, April 2004
• “The Magic of Scanning Tunneling Microscopy”, University of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA, April 2004

Seminars (invited by)

2009
• “Scanning Tunneling Microscopy Studies of Atomic-Scale Computation”, Prof. Alan Seabaugh, Notre Dame University, Electrical Engineering Department, South Bend, IN, May 2009
• “An atomic-scale look at magnetism on surfaces”, Prof. Miquel Salmeron, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Materials Science Division, Berkeley, CA, March 2009

2008
• “Magnetism on the Atomic Scale”, Dr. Matthias Bode, Argonne National Laboratory, October 2008
• “Magnetic Anisotropy and Spin-coupling on the atomic scale”, Dr. Martin Wenderoth, Goettingen University, Germany, April 2008
• “Magnetic Anisotropy and Spin-coupling on the atomic scale”, Prof. Jan von Ruitenbeek, Leiden University, The Netherlands, April 2008
• “Magnetic Anisotropy and Spin-coupling on the atomic scale”, Prof. Lieven Vandersypen, Delft University, The Netherlands, April; 2008

2007
• “Atom resolved spin excitation spectroscopy”, Dr. Tom Theis, IBM Yorktown, September 2007
• “Scanning Tunneling Microscopy Study of Atomic-scale Magnets”, Dr. Arzhang Ardavan, Oxford University, UK, May 2007
• “The Forces in atom manipulation and nanomagnetism”, Prof. Franz Giessibl, Regensburg, Germany, May 2007
• “Magnetism on the nanoscale”, Dr. Joe Stroscio, NIST, MA, April 2007

2006
• “Atomic-scale magnetism: an STM study”, Prof. Tom Kawai, Osaka, Japan, December 2006
• “The Force to Move an Atom”, Prof. Seizo Morita, Osaka, Japan, December 2006
• “New Developments in Low-temperature SPM”, Prof. Hirofumi Yamada, Kyoto, Japan, December 2006
• “Magnetism on the atomic scale”, Prof. Maki Kawai, RIKEN, Japan, December 2006
• “Spin coupling in engineered atomic structures”, Workshop at Stanford Center for Probing the Nanoscale, Palo Alto, CA, May 2006

2005
• “Single-atom spin-flip spectroscopy“, Dr. Maki Kawai, Riken, Tokyo, Japan, December 2005
• “Magnetism on the atomic scale”, Prof. Yukio Hasegawa, Physics Department, Tokyo University, Tokyo, Japan, November 2005
• “Magnetism on the atomic scale”, Prof. Fukuyama, Physics Department, Tokyo University, Tokyo, Japan, November 2005

2004
• “Single-atom spin-flip spectroscopy“, Prof. Wilson Ho, University of California Irvine, Irvine, CA, December 2004
• “Inelastic tunneling spectroscopy with STM“, Prof. Mike Crommie, University of California Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, November 2004
• “Single-atom spin-flip spectroscopy“, Dr. Franz Giessibl, Technical University of Augsburg, Augsburg, Germany, October 2004
• “What we can learn from inelastic electron tunneling spectroscopy”, Prof. Hayo Freund and Dr. Matthias Reuther, Fritz- Haber Institute, Berlin, Germany, August 2004

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