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MAIN-NanoWal Ph.D. Day - STM and AFM: What's new 30 years later

Le Vendredi 27 Mai 2016 de 9h00 à 17h30
The
Wallonia Network for Nanotechnologies – NanoWal asbl
and
the
“Materials, Interfaces and Nanostructures” Doctoral School – MAIN
organise a scientific meeting – Ph.D. student day on
“STM and AFM: What's new 30 years later”
Friday May 27 2016
Auditoires Ste Barbe, place Ste Barbe, Louvain-la-Neuve
Program
9h00 – 9h30
Welcome, registration, poster installation
9h30 – 9h40
Opening of the workshop, welcome address
9h40 – 10h25
Dr. Philippe Leclère
(Université de Mons)
Exploring the Nanoscale Properties of Materials by means of Scanning Probe Microscopy
10h25 – 10h45
Sébastien TOUSSAINT
(Université catholique de Louvain)
Imaging and tuning electron transport at the local scale with scanning gate microscopy
10h45 – 11h15
Coffee break, poster session
11h15 – 11h35
Damien SLUYSMANS
(Université de Liège)
Real-time capture of the folding-unfolding transitions in a single oligorotaxane foldamer
11h35 – 11h55
Gustavo LUGO
(Université de Liège)
Theoretical and experimental investigation of ligand dynamics exchange in protected gold
nanoclusters
11h55 – 12h15
Ronggang CAI
(Université catholique de Louvain)
Nano-patterned organic-inorganic multiferroic layers
12h15 – 13h45 Lunch and poster session
13h00 – 13h30
NanoWal General Assembly
13h45 – 14h30
Gian-Marco Rignanese
(Université catholique de Louvain)
Isotope-Resolved Force Sensing in Scanning Tunnelling Microscopy
14h30 – 14h50
Sten LAMBEETS
(Université libre de Bruxelles)
Catalytic CO
2
Hydrogenation : study at the molecular scale using field emission techniques.
14h50 – 15h10
Laurie LETERTRE
(Université de Mons)
Nanoscale studies of the electrical properties in hybrid polymer/inorganic photovoltaic blends
15h10 - 15h40
Coffee break, poster session
15h40 – 16h25
Anne-Sophie DUWEZ
(Université de Liège)
Probing single molecules with AFM: Force, motion, dynamics, and function
16h25 – 16h45
Martin DELGUSTE
(Université catholique de Louvain)
Deciphering cell-herpesvirus interactions by F-D based AFM
16h45 – 17h05
Bertrand WILLOCQ
(Université de Mons)
Moisture-driven healing of urea-based polyurethanes at room temperature
17h05 – 17h15
Closing remark
17h15
Reception
The meeting is open to all scientists (students, post-docs, staff members) from academia and industry. We
strongly encourage all groups to present posters with their most recent work connected to the field of
nanomaterials, nanosciences and nanotechnology (even if not directly related to the topic of the meeting).
There are no registration fees but registration is requested. Could you please visit the site
http://www.nano.be/
and register
before May 15
th
.
For further information, please contact Cécile D'Haese (
cecile.dhaese[at]uclouvain.be
)
Location: Auditoires Ste-Barbe, place Ste-Barbe, 1348 Louvain-la-Neuve (

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