II INTERNATIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL “NICOLÁS CABRERA”

“ADVANCES IN SURFACE SCIENCE”

Residencia La Cristalera, Miraflores de la Sierra, September 18-23, 1995.

 

DIRECTORS:

E.G.MICHEL (UAM) and J.M. SANZ (UAM).

SCOPE OF THE MEETING:

The 2nd Nicolás Cabrera Summer School will serve as a forum for discussing fundamental issues in the field of Surface Science and also to disseminate recent advances in this area to an audience of postgraduate students.

LECTURERS:

J. Osterwalder (Univ. Zürich): “Fermi surface mapping”.

J.E.Ortega (UAM): “Quantum-well states”.

M. Kordesch (Univ. Ohio): “Emission microscopy”.

F. Soria (CSIC): “Heteroepitaxial growth”.

S. Alvarado (IBM Zürich): “Spin polarized spectroscopies and STM”.

H. von Känel (ETH Zürich): Electronic transport in epitaxial films”.

G.R. Castro (UAM): “Alloy surfaces”.

M. Salmerón (Univ. Berkeley): “Atomistic friction adn lubrication”.

G. Margaritondo (EPF Laussane): “Nanotechnology and synchroton radiation”:

R. Miranda (UAM): “Novel magnetic systems”.

F. Himpsel (IBM Yorktown): “Low-dimensional systems”.

A. L. Vázquez de Parga (UAM): “Lateral confinement in stepped surfaces”.

M. Sacchi (LURE, Orsay): “Polarization dependent spectroscopies”.

G. Comsa (IGV/KFA Jülich): “Epitaxial growth”.

M.C. Asensio (CSIC): “Photoelectron diffraction”.

Y. Baer (Univ. Neuchatel): “Photoemission of low-dimensional solids”.

J.J. de Miguel (UAM): “Epitaxial growth and role of surfactants”.