Session

03.09.2019     10:30–12:30

Title:
Material sciences 2
Thin films, interfaces, coatings, composites
Type:
Parallel session MS
Room:

Thin films and heterogeneous interfaces are ubiquitous in our daily life, and often structure and chemical composition on the atomic scale are crucial for their macroscopic functionality. At the same time today's electron microscopes allow for a multitude of experiments, tackling thin film phenomena, functionality of materials or devices, or dynamic processes, which make use of advanced imaging, diffraction, spectroscopic and/or in situ techniques. The session encourages contributions from all fields, where interfaces, thin films, and composites play a central role. This may be organic/inorganic interfaces, hybrid materials, as well as internal interfaces such as phase or grain boundaries in alloys. Share your recent experiments with us revealing the structure, chemical composition, bonding, functional properties, or internal fields in thin films and at interfaces, perhaps in a dynamic environment. - The following sequence of oral presentations is still subject to change!

03.09.2019
10:30–12:30

Title:
Material sciences 2
Thin films, interfaces, coatings, composites
Type:
Parallel session MS
Room:

Thin films and heterogeneous interfaces are ubiquitous in our daily life, and often structure and chemical composition on the atomic scale are crucial for their macroscopic functionality. At the same time today's electron microscopes allow for a multitude of experiments, tackling thin film phenomena, functionality of materials or devices, or dynamic processes, which make use of advanced imaging, diffraction, spectroscopic and/or in situ techniques. The session encourages contributions from all fields, where interfaces, thin films, and composites play a central role. This may be organic/inorganic interfaces, hybrid materials, as well as internal interfaces such as phase or grain boundaries in alloys. Share your recent experiments with us revealing the structure, chemical composition, bonding, functional properties, or internal fields in thin films and at interfaces, perhaps in a dynamic environment. - The following sequence of oral presentations is still subject to change!


10:30–11:00
MS2.001 invited How stable are thin aluminium films – dewetting phenomena observed by in-situ electron microscopy
Christina Scheu (Düsseldorf/DE)
Talk time: 25 + 5 min


11:00–11:15
MS2.002 In-situ TEM study of phase separation in Ni-Au alloy nanoparticles produced by solid-state dewetting
Johanna Schubert (Erlangen)
Talk time: 13 + 2 min


11:15–11:30
MS2.003 Atomic structure of covalently bond diamond-graphite interfaces studied by aberration corrected transmission electron microscopy
Thomas Waitz (Vienna)
Talk time: 13 + 2 min


11:30–11:45
MS2.004 Quantifying grain growth and confirming growth laws in nanocrystalline ZnO thin films
Duncan T.L. Alexander (Lausanne)
Talk time: 13 + 2 min


11:45–12:00
MS2.005 Impact of crystallinity on resistive switching properties of HfO2 based memristive devices
Robert Eilhardt (Darmstadt)
Talk time: 13 + 2 min


12:00–12:15
MS2.006 Atomic-scale imaging of [201] extended mixed dislocations of SrTiO3 using scanning transmission electron microscopy and spectroscopy
Hongchu Du (Jülich)
Talk time: 13 + 2 min


12:15–12:30
MS2.007 Customizing high-temperature superconductivity at La2CuO4-based heterostructure interfaces
Y. Eren Suyolcu (Stuttgart)
Talk time: 13 + 2 min