Workshop on diffusion, phonons and magnetization
Cracow, 30-31 May, 2006
SIXTH FRAMEWORK PROGRAMME
SPECIFIC TARGETED RESEARCH OR INNOVATION PROJECT (STREP)
Dynamics in Nano-scale Materials Studied with
Organized at: Institute of Nuclear Physics, Polish
Sciences, Cracow, Poland
- K.Parlinski (Chairman)
Speakers and tentative titles:
- Z.Chvoj, Non-equilibrium surface diffusion.
- H.J.Elmers, Growth and magnetism in ultrathin films.
- B.Hickey, Magnetic nanostructures.
- A.Kara, Phonons of surfaces and nanostructures.
Dynamical effects are expected to govern the function and performance
of future nanoscale devices. Therefore, it is extremely important to
develop efficient methods for their characterization. The study of
dynamics in nanostructures requires a special methodology, both for
modeling and for the experiment. Nuclear resonant scattering (NRS) of
synchrotron radiation has gained in recent years the sensitivity
required to study ultrathin films, surfaces and nanostructures. It
allows to explore a multitude of dynamical properties within spectral
ranges extending from neV
several hundred meV.
the aim of the workshop to stimulate discussions on different dynamical
aspects like diffusion, phonons and magnetization dynamics in
low-dimensional systems, and to understand the size dependence and
interplay between different excitations, using a variety of
experimental and theoretical methods.
The number of particpants
will be limited to
The Organizing Comittee will select out
of duration of 20-25 minutes, from the submitted
Posters can be displayed during the whole Workshop. The avaliable area
is 70cm (width) x 110cm (height).