Conference venue plan (ground floor):

The two poster sessions (Monday, August 28th and Wednesday, August 30th) will be accompanied by refreshments. The maximum size of posters is A0 (velcro stickers/pins will be provided).

Posters: Monday   August 28
18:30 - 20:00
Mon-PP-1Katsuyoshi Kobayashi   Ochanomizu UniversityTheoretical Study on Magnetic Structures of V5Se8 Thin Films
Mon-PP-2Jazmín Aragón Sánchez   Department of Physics, University of Rome Tor Vergata, via della Ricerca Scientifica 1, Rome, ItalyScanning tunneling microscopy study of Ag fluorination
Mon-PP-3Natalie J. Waleska-Wellnhofer   Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-NürnbergNano-SMSI on bimetallic FePt clusters
Mon-PP-4Masahiro Haze   University of TokyoMonte Carlo based method for fitting of a superconducting spectrum measured by low temperature STM
Mon-PP-5Daniel Rothhardt   Institute of Physics and Astronomy, University of Potsdam, 14476 Potsdam-Golm, GermanyAtomically thin transition metal halide NiBr2 grown on Au(111)
Mon-PP-6Katarzyna Kwiecień   Institute of Physics, Poznań University of Technology, Piotrowo Street 3, 60-965 PoznańMorphology and electric properties of oxidized HfSe2 surface
Mon-PP-7Piotr Dziawa   Institute of Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, PolandInvestigations of MBE grown Pb1-xSnxTe(110) layers
Mon-PP-8Patryk Szymczak   AGH University of KrakowCrafting Mesoporous Nanocrystalline Titania Thin Films on a Self-Assembling Phenyl Silsesquioxane Scaffold
Mon-PP-9Satoshi Katano   Toyo UniversityAtomic Scale Observation of NaCl Thin Crystal Growth on Au(111) by Scanning Tunneling Microscopy
Mon-PP-10Wendell Simões e Silva   Brazilian Synchrotron Light LaboratoryProbing the electronic structure of Bi4Te3
Mon-PP-11Beatrice Ferrari   Milano BicoccaUltrafast Electron Diffraction Reveals Phononic Excitations in Indirect Excitons of MoS2
Mon-PP-13Aleksandra Marszał   Lodz University of TechnologyLow Friction h-BN/Inconel 617 Metal-Ceramic Composite for High-Temperature Applications
Mon-PP-14Masanori Kaku   University of MiyazakiSurface modification of polyethylene terephthalate by deep-ultraviolet LED irradiations
Mon-PP-15Jiayi Lu   Materials Genome Institute, Shanghai University, ChinaOn-Surface Construction of Two-dimensional Metal−Organic Framework Glasses by a High-throughput Method
Mon-PP-16Fengru Zheng   Materials Genome Institute, Shanghai UniversityPredicting molecular self-assembly on metal surfaces using graph networks with experimental dataset
Mon-PP-17Michael Furlan   Queen's UniversityThe influence of surface structure and reconstructions on NHeterocyclic Carbene self-assembly
Mon-PP-18Kejian Hou   The University of ManchesterAdsorption of Tyr-Ala and Tryptophan on rutile TiO2 (110): A Photoemission and Near Edge X-ray Absorption Fine Structure Study
Mon-PP-19Leonard Neuhaus   Philipps-Universität MarburgOn-Surface Reaction of Tetraphenylporphyrin with Caesium
Mon-PP-20Olga Molodtsova   DESY HamburgNon-reactive metal nanoparticles embedded in organic matrix
Mon-PP-21Anna Kurowska   CEITEC BUT BrnoDicyanoanthracene self-assembly on the topological insulator Bi2Se3(0001) surface
Mon-PP-22Agata Kordek   Faculty of Chemistry, Jagiellonian University in KrakówOperando DRS UV-vis as the versatile tool for silver speciation
Mon-PP-23Thanh Dung Hoang   Sookmyung Women's UniversityTransition-Metal-Ion-Doped rGO Nanocomposites with Enhanced Photocatalytic Activities
Mon-PP-24Mateusz Suchodół   EPFLProbing the mechanism of facile water dissociation on oxygen covered Cu(111) by Reflection Absorption Infrared Spectroscopy (RAIRS)
Mon-PP-25Yu Kwon Kim   Ajou UniversityThermocatalytic approaches for the simultaneous production of hydrogen and solid carbon from hydrocarbon-based raw materials employing molten liquid catalysts
Mon-PP-26Robert Peter   Faculty of Physics and Center for Micro- and Nanosciences and Technologies, University of Rijeka, CroatiaPhotocatalytic activity of Cu-doped ZnO thin films grown by atomic layer deposition
Mon-PP-27Ewelina Frątczak   Department of Molecular Engineering, Faculty of Process and Environmental Engineering, Lodz University of Technology, Wólczańska 213, 93-005 Lodz, PolandElectronic properties of thin-film CoO-C nanocatalysts deposited in cold plasma with self-assembled heterojunctions
Mon-PP-28Aoussaj Sbai   Gdansk university of technologySinglet and triplet excited states properties of a series of BODIPY dyes as calculated by TDDFT and STEOM-DLPNO-CCSD methods
Mon-PP-29Henryk Szramowski   Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń / Boryszew Automotive PlasticsNew primers for polyolefins based on PP-g-MAH
Mon-PP-30Shiva Moradmand   CNRS, Sorbonne Université, Institut des NanoSciences de ParisTuning Electronic Properties in Nanoparticles of Gold
Mon-PP-31Paulina Musolf   Institute of Physical Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw (Poland)Development of a fiber-optic sensor for detecting inflammatory markers. Modification of oxide surfaces.
Mon-PP-32Ester Pérez Penco   Advanced Research Center for Nanolithography (ARCNL), Science Park 106, 1098 XG Amsterdam, The Netherlands (NL)Growth and identification of thin Ru silicide films
Mon-PP-33Alenka Vesel   Jozef Stefan InstituteAmmonia Production for Hydrogen Storage
Mon-PP-34Adam Dziwoki   Jerzy Haber Institute of Catalysis and Surface Chemistry, Polish Academy of SciencesSample holders and adapters for Magnetic Field Assisted Epitaxial Growth of Magnetite Films
Mon-PP-35Hadeel Hussain   Diamond Light SourceBeamline I07: Surface X-ray Scattering Beamline at Diamond Light Source
Mon-PP-36Pavel Dudin   Synchrotron SOLEILElectronic structure of 2D materials determined with ANTARES nanoARPES facility.
Mon-PP-37Pol Torres-Vila   École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne - Microsystems Laboratory 1Towards few ions silicon doping using monolayer doping
Mon-PP-38Patryk Krempiński   University of ŁódźComputer simulation of the magnetocaloric effect in a cluster containing S = 7/2 gadolinium ions
Mon-PP-39Krzysztof Warda   Solid State Physics Department, University of LódźThe ultra-fast demagnetization process in magnetic materials
Mon-PP-40Wojciech Pawlak   Lodz University of TechnologySiC/Inconel 617 Metal-Ceramic Composites for High-Temperature Friction
Mon-PP-41Jan Smyczek   Institute for Physical ChemistryEpitaxial growth of ultrathin CoOx films and their interaction water
Mon-PP-42Marcin Pisarek   Institute of Physical Chemistry, Polish Academy of SciencesActive photoanodes in the UV-Vis light range based on N-doped TiO2 nanotubes
Mon-PP-43Kinga Freindl   Jerzy Haber Institute of Catalysis and Surface Chemistry, Polish Academy of SciencesOxidation Resistance of Fe on Ru(0001) – the Role of the Substrate and Preparation Conditions
Mon-PP-44Emanuel Alberto Martínez   GFMC, Departamento de Física de Materiales, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, 28040, Madrid, SpainAnisotropic Electronic Structure of the Two-Dimensional Electron Gas at the AlOx/KTaO3(110) interface
Mon-PP-45Lucyna Grządziel   Institute of Physics – Centre for Science and Education, Silesian University of TechnologyDefect utilization in technology: post-deposition thermal treatment impact on morphological, chemical and electronic structure of sol-gel ZnO thin films
Mon-PP-46Jerzy Kubacki   University of SilesiaModification of the surface layer of (100) KTaO3 single crystal at low of oxygen partial pressure at elevated temperature.
Mon-PP-47Kanji Homma   Tokyo. Tech.Effect of Charge Transfer on Electron Transport in the Naphthalene Single-Molecule Junction Revealed by SERS
Mon-PP-48Harunari Okura   Tokyo institute of TechnologyElectron transport through single DNA molecule with Covalently Modified Strand
Mon-PP-49Jae-sung Kim   Sook-Myung Women's UniversityNanoscale pattern formation on Si surfaces bombarded with a Kr ion beam -revisted
Mon-PP-50Aishwarya Sudhama   Department of Chemistry-Ångström Laboratory, Uppsala University, Lägerhyddsvägen 1, BOX 538, Uppsala, 75121, SwedenUnrevealing the relationship between protonic double layer and surface acidity from density functional theory-based molecular dynamics simulations
Mon-PP-51Arkadiusz Foks   Jan Kochanowski UniversityProduction of various surface nanostructures in collisions of highly charged xenon ions with gold single crystal
Mon-PP-52Michał Piskorski   Department of Solid State Physics, Faculty of Physics and Applied Informatics, University of LodzConstruction of a Raman spectrometer for surface mapping in an inert gas atmosphere in a glove-box
Posters: Wednesday   August 30
18:30 - 20:00
Wed-PP-1Victor Aristov   Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron DESYSynchrotron-based study of graphene on cubic-SiC(001): covalent functionalization by Neutral red dye
Wed-PP-2Muthu Prasath Thirugnanasambandam Masilamani   Experimentelle Physik VII and Würzburg-Dresden Cluster of Excellence ct.qmat, Universität Würzburg, Würzburg, GermanyOne-Step Model Photoemission Calculations of Type-II Dirac Semimetal PtTe2
Wed-PP-3Sylvester Sahayaraj Masilamani Leo   Centrum Badań i Rozwoju Technologii dla Przemysłu S.A., ul. L. Waryńskiego 3A, 00-645 Warszawa, PolandThe influence of annealing on electronic properties of ALD grown Ge:ZnO thin films
Wed-PP-4Piotr Dróżdż   Institute of Physics, Maria Curie-Sklodowska University, PolandFrom pure alpha phase to isolated islands of alpha and beta phases antimonene on W(110)
Wed-PP-5Mariusz Florek   Research and Development Division, PREVAC sp. z o.o., Raciborska 61, 44-362 Rogow, PolandInnovative vacuum manipulator of substrates for deposition of selected nanomaterials of controlled surface properties
Wed-PP-6Jun Nara   National Institute for Materials ScienceGeometric and Electronic Structures of MoTe2 Monolayer Grown on GaAs(111)B Surface
Wed-PP-7Kei Hosomi   Shizuoka UniversityIntense Luminescence of Gd3+-doped YAlO3/LAlO3 Thin Film for High-resolution Biological Imaging by EXA Microscopy
Wed-PP-8Agnieszka Stępniak-Dybala   Institute of Physics, Maria Curie-Sklodowska University, Pl. M. Curie-Skłodowskiej 1, Lublin 20-031, PolandEffect of the Si stepped surface anisotropy on Si-Au structures.
Wed-PP-9Thibault Léchevin   Umons / KU LeuvenModelling Chiral Expression in Paracyclophanes Self-Assemblies
Wed-PP-10Richa Arjariya   Indian Institute of Technology KanpurDynamic Polymorph Formation of a Trimesic Acid Derivative at Solid-Liquid Interface
Wed-PP-11Álvaro Miranda   Instituto Politécnico Nacional, ESIME-CulhuacánTheoretical calculations of transition metal functionalized siligene for NO sensing
Wed-PP-12Błażej Gołyszny   University of Wroclaw, Faculty of Physics and Astronomy, Wrocław, PolandPhysical vapor deposition of ultrathin F16CuPc films on Ag(100) surfaces.
Wed-PP-13Lukasz Walczak   Research and Development Division, PREVAC sp. z o.o., Raciborska 61, 44-362 Rogow, PolandBiomaterials studies using PES research platform
Wed-PP-14Lee Gannon   School of Physics, Trinity College Dublin, College Green, Dublin 2, IrelandX-ray spectroscopic studies of the on-surface synthesis of 1D cyclodehydrogenated porphyrin chains
Wed-PP-15Masahiro Shibuta   Osaka Metropolitan Univ.Two-Photon Photoemission Spectroscopy and Microscopy for Electronic and Plasmonic Characterizations of Molecularly Designed Organic Surfaces
Wed-PP-16Shukichi Tanaka   National Institute of Information and Communications TechnologyMesh structures formed by hexabromo-triphenylene on Cu(111) and Au(111)
Wed-PP-17Wojciech Kamiński   University of WrocławApparent height of the metal atom in phthalocyanine: Co vs. Cu
Wed-PP-18Martin Hedevang   Aarhus UniversityStudying the structure of MoS2-based catalysts in ambient pressure hydrodeoxygenation-relevant conditions
Wed-PP-19Karolina Gałęziowska   Cracow University of TechnologyNickel – Based Monolithic Catalysts with Segmented Construction for CO2 Methanation
Wed-PP-20Vy Ngoc Pham   Sookmyung Women's UniversityIn-situ XPS study for Photocatalytic Oxidation of HMF molecules using ZnxCd1-xS Nanoparticles Depending on Irradiation Wavelength
Wed-PP-21Agata Kordek   Faculty of Chemistry, Jagiellonian University in KrakówOxygen splitting in Fe-mordenite: a promising route for methane to methanol oxidation at room temperature
Wed-PP-22Kamil Zawadziński   Faculty of Chemistry, Jagiellonian University in KrakówOn the origin of nickel sites in zeolites: operando DRS UV-vis investigations
Wed-PP-23Vladyslav Virchenko   Leiden Institute of Science/Leiden UniversityOxygen-induced reconstruction of Cu and chemical activity toward CO oxidation
Wed-PP-24Eva Marie Freiberger   Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-NürnbergAdsorption and Thermal Evolution of Bromine on Rh(111): A combined XPS, LEED and DFT Study
Wed-PP-25Andrea Sartori   ESRFHigh Energy X-ray Characterization of Interfaces in Complex Materials for Quantum Applications
Wed-PP-26Richard Gubo   SynCat@Beijing, Synfuels China Technology Co. Ltd., Leyuan South Street II, No. 1, Huairou District, 101407 Beijing, China, National Energy Center for Coal to Liquids, Synfuels China Co., Ltd., Beijing 101400, ChinaAtomistic understanding of the formation, structure, and decomposition of an Fe4C iron carbide phase
Wed-PP-27Michał Cichomski   University of LodzSelf-assembled monolayers as modifiers of titanium-doped diamond-like coatings.
Wed-PP-28Ian Shuttleworth   Nottingham Trent UniversityNon-linear moments modelling of metal, oxygen and hydrogen binding to metallic surfaces
Wed-PP-29Irmina Zawieja-Bartosińska   Institute of Applied Radiation Chemistry, Lodz University of TechnologyHow Accurate are Lattice Models of Physical Processes in Disordered Solids? Charge-Carrier Transport and Recombination in Organic Semiconductors.
Wed-PP-30Tomasz Tarnawski   Institute of Nuclear Physics Polish Academy of Sciences, PL-31-342 Krakow, PolandGrowth of PtNi Nanoparticle Films: correlation between in-situ Liquid Cell Transmission Electron Microscopy and bulk Experiments
Wed-PP-31Sylwia Smarzewska   Department of Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry, Faculty of Chemistry, University of LodzInterdisciplinary Characterization of Electrochemical Working Electrode Surface Modification with Graphene-Based Electrocatalysts
Wed-PP-32Raluca-Ioana Jalbă   #ARG!The ORR activity of undoped and N-doped triangle shaped graphene quantum dots using DFT
Wed-PP-33Karolina Kowalewska   University of Lodz, Faculty of Chemistry, Department of Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry, Electrochemistry@Soft Interfaces team (E@SI)Synthesis and characterization of polyamide materials at micro – ITIES
Wed-PP-34Laurens De Jong   Leiden Univeristy (Leiden Institute of Chemistry)Modelling the electric double layer under UHV conditions: Cations and Hydrogen at the Electrochemical Interface of Pt and H2O
Wed-PP-35Katarzyna Płacheta   AGH University of Krakow, Faculty of Materials Science and Ceramics, al. A. Mickiewicza 30, 30-059 Kraków, PolandSurface and bulk defect states in TiOx thin film photoanodes for water splitting
Wed-PP-36Miguel Cruz Irisson   Instituto Politécnico Nacional, ESIME CulhuacanTheoretical modelling of germanium nanowires as anode materials in rechargeable batteries
Wed-PP-37Lucia G Arellano   Instituto Politécnico Nacional, ESIME CulhuacánHydrogen storage on tin carbide monolayers with transition metal adatoms
Wed-PP-38Max Trouton   UCLSurface morphology and crystallography of the hybrid organic-inorganic perovskite (HOIP) methylammonium lead bromide MAPbBr3 (001)
Wed-PP-39Jac Davies   UCLUltrafast Photodynamics of N3 Dye on TiO2
Wed-PP-40Stanislav Čampelj   Jožef Stefan InstituteSynthesis of Janus Ba-hexaferrite nanoplatelets with Pickering emulsions
Wed-PP-41Aoshi Yamane   Tokyo Institute of TechnologyStructures and charge transport properties of higher fullerene single-molecule junctions
Wed-PP-42Michał Kamiński   KIT IPSSimultaneous real-time GISAXS and substrate curvature measurements probing the impact of nitrogen on early growth stages of Ag
Wed-PP-43Sima Alvani Alamdari   Institute of Organic Chemistry, Faculty of Chemistry, Lodz University of TechnologyHybrid multifunctional magnetic nanoparticles as efficient materials for cancer cell thermo-ablation
Wed-PP-44Raichel J. Abraham   University of Padova, ItalySelf-Assembly of Metal Atoms, Confined by Organic On-Surface Synthesized Nanochains in UHV for Electrocatalysis
Wed-PP-45Ireneusz Piwoński   University of Lodz, Faculty of Chemistry, Department of Materials Technology and ChemistryPreparation of advanced plasmonic nanostructures on semiconductor substrates for SERS and PIERS applications
Wed-PP-46Péter Petrik   Centre for Energy ResearchInvestigation of combinatorial and periodic structures for interface monitoring by ellipsometry
Wed-PP-47Krzysztof Warda   Solid State Physics Department, University of LódźAn influence of the size effect on magnetization in ultra-thin films generated by very short laser pulse of high power.
Wed-PP-48Govar Muayad Abdullah Abdullah   1 Affiliation 1 Dipartimento di Scienze Matematiche e Informatiche, Scienze Fisiche e Scienze della Terra (MIFT), Università di Messina Viale Ferdinando Stagno d’Alcontres, 31 98166 Messina, Italy , 2 Affiliation 2 Department of Physics, College of EducaPhotocatalytic activity of TiO2-xNx nanostructures prepared by pulsed laser ablation in water.
Wed-PP-49Shingo Takezawa   Tokyo University of ScienceDevelopment of high-temperature high-vacuum furnace and synthesis of layered ternary MAX phases for MXene
Wed-PP-50Grzegorz Krasucki   Institute of Experimental Physics, Faculty of Physics, University of WarsawMagneto-phonon interaction in layered Cr2Ge2Te6 ferromagnet
Wed-PP-51Agata Zdyb   Department of Renewable Energy Engineering, Faculty of Environmental Engineering, Lublin University of Technology, Nadbystrzycka 40B, 20-618 Lublin, PolandMetal-free Organic Dyes Adsorbed on the Surface of TiO2 Nanoparticles as Sensitizers in Solar Cells
Wed-PP-52Arkadiusz Foks   Jan Kochanowski UniversityAnalysis of TiO2 and Ti nanolayers irradiated with low-energy Xeq+ ions using XRR and GIXRF methods with synchrotron radiation excitation.
Wed-PP-53Hafiz Muhammad Sohail   Linköping UniversityBinary (In-Pb) surface alloys on Si(111) and Ge(111): ARPES, LEED and STM results
Wed-PP-54Vladimir Ivanovski   Ss. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje, Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Institute of Chemistry, Arhimedova 5, 1000 Skopje, MacedoniaIR ratio-reflectance spectra in the analysis of siloxane coatings on glass