Electronic structure of 2D materials: Theory meets Experiment

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Electronic structure of 2D materials: Theory meets Experiment

Electronic structure of 2D materials: Theory meets Experiment

This workshop will take place at Diamond Light Source in Oxfordshire, UK, on July 18th/19th July 2017. This workshop is jointly funded by the UK’s EPSRC, by the CCP9 Collaborative Computational Project, as part of the “Theory Meets Experiment” series, and by Diamond itself.

The workshop theme will be electronic structure measurement and prediction for layered materials. The main goal of this workshop is to stimulate discussion between experimental and theoretical groups into the challenges and opportunities in the electronic properties of two-dimensional materials. A central theme will be electronic structure prediction in two-dimensional materials, correlated quantum matter effects, and modelling the photoemission process to allow direct links between experiment and theory. The experimental focus will be on probing electronic structure and many-body interactions using angle resolved photoemission spectroscopy (ARPES), and the new opportunities afforded by spatially resolved ARPES with sub-micrometre resolution (nanoARPES). The new I05 beamline is dedicated to the study of electronic structure by ARPES: tours of the I05 facilities will be available during the workshop and newcomers to ARPES and nanoARPES are welcome to attend.

Confirmed invited speakers:
* Maria-Carmen Asensio, Synchrotron Soleil, Saint-Aubin, France
* Alexei Barinov, Sincrotrone Elettra, Trieste, Italy
* Alexandra Carvalho, National University of Singapore
* Hubert Ebert, University of München, Germany
* Feliciano Giustino, University of Oxford, UK
* Keun Su Kim Pohang, University of Science and Technology, Korea
* Phil King, University of St. Andrews, UK
* Zhongkai Liu, ShanghaiTech University, China
* Jill A. Miwa, Aarhus University, Denmark
* Tim Wehling, University of Bremen, Germany
* Viktor Zolyomi, National Graphene institute, Manchester, UK

* Neil Wilson and Nicholas Hine, University of Warwick
* Marcin Mucha-Kruczynski, University of Bath
* Moritz Hoesch and Pavel Dudin, I05, Diamond Light Source

Registration is now open and will close on the 7th July 2017. Please register and submit your abstract here by 1st June 2017

Further information for delegates is available here

Accommodation will be available on campus in ‘Ridegway House’ or at the dinner venue Milton Hill Hotel (approx 5min drive). Transport between campus and Milton Hill will be provided before and after dinner.

July 18, 2017

12:00 pm

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