Simposio Materiales Moleculares en Superficies Bienal RSEF 2019

El GEFES organiza un simposio sobre Materiales Moleculares en Superficies 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. Este simposio se celebrará el jueves 18 de julio.

Este simposio se complementa con el simposio organizado por el grupo de Nanociencia y Materiales Moleculares y que tendrá lugar el 17 de julio.


Abstract: Molecular materials offer a large range of physical properties via chemical design. In addition, surfaces actively interact with molecules, paving the way for the emergence of new structures at multiples scales and with novel functionalities.  Thus, molecular science on surfaces crosses over “chemistry” and “physics” and covers a wide range of very active research fields: on-surface synthesis, astrochemistry, nanopatterning, spintronics, molecular electronics, etc.  This symposium provides the opportunity to share the last scientific achievements on molecular materials on surfaces, from individual molecules to two-dimensional systems, covering fundamental aspects on on-surface synthesis, supramolecular organization and novel properties.

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

Jueves, 18 de julio.

15:00-15.30 Sabine Maier
Bottom-up fabrication of atomically precise molecular nanostructures through on-surface synthesis
15.30-15.45 Carlos Romero-Muñiz Non-covalent molecular interactions studied by atomic force microscopy: hydrogen and halogen bonds
15.45-16:00 Leyre Hernandez López


Metalorganic network spectroscopy: dependence on coordination atoms
16:00-16.15 Percy Roger Palacios


The role of molecule-surface interactions on the chemical stability of fluorinated fullerenes on coinage metals at room temperature
16.15-16.30 Amelia Dominguez-Celorrio Organic optical switches covalently linked to magnetic ions
16.30-16.45 Poster Session Poster flash-talks
16.45-17.15  Coffe break  & visit of Posters
17.15-17:45 Dimas G. de Oteyza (inv.) Magnetism in on-surface synthesized hydrocarbon structures
17:45-18:00 Niklas Friedrich


Spin Signals in Electronic Transport through Functionalized Graphene Nanoribbons
18:00-18:15 Nerea Ruiz del arbol


On-Surface synthesis role and the case of p-aminophenol
18:15-18:30 Maria Tenorio


Bottom up synthesis of nitrogen doped graphene nanoribbons
18:30-18:45 Juan Jesus Navarro


Graphene catalyzes the reversible formation of a C–C bond between two molecules
18.45-19:15 Miriam Moreno (inv.)  Art. Destacado One-Pot Preparation of Mechanically Robust, Transparent, Highly Conductive, and Memristive Metal-Organic Ultrathin Film





  1. Fernando Bartolomé: 2D Phases and Fe Magnetic Moment upon Oxidation of Fe-Phtalocyanine mono- and multilayers on Ag(110)
  2. Ignacio Piquero & Jorge Lobo: Organic Quantum dot arrays: Tunable energy and mass renormalization by homothetic porous networks
  3. Pablo Casado: Molecular Beam Epitaxy Growth of 2H- and 1T\’- MoTe2 Islands on Graphene/Ir(111)

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