El GEFES organiza un simposio sobre Materiales Superconductores en la XXXVII Reunión Bienal de la Real Sociedad Española de Física, que se celebrará en Zaragoza, del 15 al 19 de julio de 2019.
Abstract: Molecular materials offer the possibility of obtaining a high variety of physical properties designed by chemical control. The high molecular functionality, in conjunction with the new properties that the molecular pattering on surfaces confers, has led to developments that are of relevance for diverse fields (2D materials, reactions on surfaces, Molecular Electronics, Astrochemistry, Spintronics, etc). In recent years, a large number of scientific and instrumental advances have been made in this area. The Spanish scientific community enjoys recognition worldwide, both in experimental techniques and in theory, and has contributed to this progress since its inception. We therefore believe that this symposium is an excellent opportunity to bring this community together within the framework of the RSEF meeting. Given its transversal character, in terms of the materials and topics it addresses, we think the symposium can be interesting for a large number of participants.
Charla Plenaria: Leo Gross (Zurich Research Laboratory, Zurich, Switzerland)
Leo Gross has been Research Staff Member at the IBM Research – Zurich Laboratory since 2009. He is the head of the atom and molecule manipulation group. He and his team study on-surface reactions by scanning tunnelling microscopy (STM) and atomic force microscopy (AFM); they develop and apply the AFM as a tool for structure elucidation of individual molecules and investigate single-electron charging and transfer on the atomic scale. He has been awarded several prizes, including an ERC Consolidator Grant for the project “AFM for Molecular Structure Elucidation” (AMSEL) in 2016, the Feynman Prize for Nanotechnology (Foresight Institute ) in 2012, the Gerhard Ertl Young Investigator Award in 2010 and the Tiburtius Preis in 2006.
Esther Barrena, ICMAB-CSIC
Rubén Pérez, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Nacho Pascual, CIC-nanoGUNE