International Workshop on Trends in Advanced Spectroscopy in Materials Science (TASPEC)

 October 4th-6th, 2018
 Faculty club,
 Hiroshima University,
 Higashi-Hiroshima, Japan



Invited Speakers


Felix Baumberger(University of Geneva)
“Electronic structure of reactive exfoliated 2D materials from micro-ARPES”

Wolfgang Eberhardt(University of Hambrug)
“Fs- Time resolved XPS from model systems for organic photovoltaics---new insights into the charge generation process”

Charles Fadley(University of California Davis)
“Making use of resonance, standing waves, and soft/hard x-rays in advanced photoemission and RIXS experiments”

Hidenori Fujiwara(Osaka University)
“Ground state symmetry of strongly correlated electron systems probed by polaized hard X-ray photoemission”

Adam P. Hitchcock(McMaster University)
“Spatially resolved X-ray absorption spectroscopy of functional materials measured using soft X-ray scanning X-ray microscopy”

Takayuki Muro(JASRI)
“Microbeam ARPES and high-resolution RFA: Newly developed photoemission stations at soft-x-ray beamline BL25SU of SPring-8”

Taichi Okuda(Hiroshima University)
“Explore of hidden spin-polarized electronic states by spin-resolved photomission”

Friedrich Reinert(Universität Würzburg)
“Orbital character of electronic states and its relevance for angle resolved photoemission”

Kai Rossnagel(University of Kiel)
“Time-resolved photoemission using HHG and FELs”

Eckart Rühl(Freie Universität Berlin)
“Local Probing of Materials Properties and Drug Delivery Processes by Synchrotron Radiation”

George Sawatzky(University of British Columbia)
“Resonant soft x ray reflectometry and the electronmic strtucture of thin films heterostructures and interfaces”

Claus Schneider(Forschungszentrum Jülich)
“Recent Developments in Spin-Dependent Photoemission”

Zhi-Xun Shen(Stanford University)
“ARPES on Quantum Materials – Three Decades Reflection”

Han Woong Yeom(Institute of Basic Science)
“Radial band structure of liquid metal”

Shuyun Zhou(Tsinghua University)
“Electronic structure of 2D materials revealed by ARPES-based spectroscopies”




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