Delegate Information

Location
The Aberration Corrected PEEM at Diamond Workshop will be held at Diamond Light Source, Oxfordshire, UK on the 29th January 2019. For details on how to find Diamond Light Source, please visit our location page.

 

Parking on Campus:

Due to a large number of building works on site, parking on the Harwell Campus is extremely limited and visitors’ parking cannot be guaranteed. We strongly recommend travelling by public transport, where possible, if you are attending an event at Diamond.

We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

Find here more information on how to get to Diamond by Public Transport.

 

Aberration- Corrected PEEM at Diamond 
Organisers: Massimo Ghidini, Sarnjeet Dhesi

10.00

Coffee and Registration

10.20

Welcome and Introduction

Sarnjeet Dhesi and Francesco Maccherozzi

Session 1: The I06 AC-PEEM upgrade 

Chair: Sarnjeet Dhesi, DLS

10.30

LEEM/PEEM Research and Development

Helder Marchetto, Elmitec, GmbH

Session 2: Opportunities for Surface Science 
Chair: Francesco Maccherozzi, DLS

11.00

Electron Spectro-Microscopy of 2D Materials

Jurek Sadowski, BNL, USA

11.20

Spectromicroscopic studies of model oxide thin film catalysts for dry reforming reactions

David Grinter, DLS

11.40

AC XPEEM for nanoparticle catalysis design

Geoff Thornton, UCL, UK

12.00

Dewetting of transition metal and metal oxide films to form novel nanostructures

Roger Bennett, University of Reading, UK

12.20

Discussion (FM lead)

12.40

Lunch (Diamond House Atrium)

Session 3: Opportunities for Magnetism 

Chair: Massimo Ghidini, University of Cambridge, Parma and DLS

13.40

Nanoscale magnetoelectric effect revealed by high-resolution imaging

Neil Mathur, University of Cambridge, UK

14.00

Magnetisation dynamics in nanostructures and devices

Stuart Cavill, University of York, UK

14:20

Imaging electrical control of antiferromagnetic domains and domain walls

Pete Wadley, University of Nottingham, UK

14.40

Magnetic skyrmions: When topology meets Spintronics

Vincent Cros, CNRS-Thales, France

15.00

Discussion (MG lead) 

15.30

Coffee (Diamond House Atrium)

Session 4: Opportunities for Quantum Materials 
Chair: Neil Mathur, University of Cambridge, UK

16.00

Imaging topological domains in functional oxides

Paolo Radaelli, University of Oxford, UK

16.20

Nodal superconducting exchange coupling between oxide ferromagnetic insulators

Jason Robinson, University of Cambridge, UK

16.40

Nanoscale dynamics across the Mott transition in V2O3

Claudio Giannetti, Universita' Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Italy

17.00

Discussion (SD lead)

17.30

Close of workshop

 

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Accommodation

Accommodation is not included in the delegate fee, however if you need to make a hotel booking here are some lovely hotels used often by delegates who visit Diamond.
  
 
Rates are variable, check their website for details - www.miltonoxfordshire.co.uk
The Hotel is approximately a 5 min taxi journey.
 

Rates are variable, check their webisite for details   www.premierinn.com/gb/en/hotels/england/oxfordshire/oxford/oxford-south-didcot.html

The Hotel is approximatley a 10min taxi journey, or 30 min via the Connector X32 or X34 bus. Located close to Didcot Railstation for easy travel to Oxford and London)

The Bear Hotel (Wantage)

Rates are variable, check their website for details - http://www.thebearwantage.co.uk/
The Hotel is approximately 16min taxi journey, or 35 mins via the Connector X32 bus.  

 

Contact us 
 
For any queries please email Diamond Events - events@diamond.ac.uk