Simdalee 2 Conference

September 18-22, 2017
Hotel flamingo, Santa Margherita, Pula, Sardinia

Low Energy Electrons are becoming increasingly important in many different fields of science and technology. Specialised techniques are emerging to study phenomena related to low energy electrons near solid surfaces. These comprise measurements of correlated electron pairs using coincidence techniques, cathode lens technology, near field emission electron microscopy, electron holography, and others.

Contributions were invited for theoretical, experimental, instrumental and data analysis aspects of the following topics:


Secondary Electron Emission
Electron-Solid Interaction
Correlation Spectroscopy on Surfaces
Photo- & Field-Emission
Electron Microscopy and Spectroscopy
Scanning Probe Microscopy
Nanotechnology & Novel Materials
Biomaterials, Interaction with LEE
Spin and Magnetism

Scientific committee

Prof. Wolfgang Werner (Vienna University of Technology, AT)
Prof. Mehmet Erbudak (Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich, CH)
Prof. Rafal Dunin-Borkowski (Forschungszentrum Jülich, DE)
Dr. Ilona Müllerova (Institute of Scientific Instruments, CZ)
Prof. Giovanni Stefani (Universita Roma Trè, IT)
Prof. Antonella Rossi (Universita Cagliari, IT)
Dr. Kevin Jensen (Naval Research Labs, US)
Prof. Jürgen Kirschner (Max Planck Institute for Microstructure Research, Halle, DE)

Organising committee

Wolfgang Werner (Vienna University of Technology, AT)
Ernst-Dieter Janotka (Vienna University of Technology, AT)
Vytautas Astasauskas (Vienna University of Technology, AT)
Olga Ridzel (Vienna University of Technology, AT)
Henryk Kalbe (Vienna University of Technology, AT)
Martin Hronek (Vienna University of Technology, AT)
Sabrina Masur (University of Cambridge, UK)
Alessandra Bellissimo (Universita Roma Trè, IT)
Ashish Suri (University of York, UK)
Marzia Fantauzzi (University of Cagliari, IT)