The ECOSS34 conference is now over.

More than 500 people participated, presenting over 300 talks and 100 posters.

The next conferences in the series will be:

IVC-21, 1st - 5th July 2019 in Malmö, Sweden.

ECOSS 35, 23rd - 28th August 2020, University of Luxembourg

Two prizes were awarded on the last day of the ECOSS34 conference.

The winners were:

Jan Gerrit Horstmann, University of Göttingen, won the ECOSS prize for the talk "Tracing structural phase transitions and phase ordering at surfaces with ultrafast LEED".

Eman Zaki,  Fritz-Haber-Institut der MPG, won the  EPS Poster Prize for the poster "Adsorption of H2O and CO2 on Fe3O4 surfaces".

All prizes awarded for ECOSS34.

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Plenary Speakers at ECOSS34

 

Ulrike Diebold

 

Austria

Institute of Applied Physics
Vienna University of Technology

Atomically-resolved oxide surfaces:
Lessons learned, surprises
encountered, challenges posed.

 
 

Roman Fasel

 

Switzerland

Katharina J. Franke

 

Germany

Jinfeng Jia

 

China

School of Physics and Astronomy
Shanghai Jiao Tong University

Quantum materials:
a new direction of
surface science

 

Anders Nilsson

 

Sweden

Department of Physics
Stockholm University

Probing surface catalysis in
real time.

 
 

Jens K. Nørskov

 

Denmark

DTU Physics
Technical University of Denmark

A molecular view of
heterogeneous catalysis

 
 

Invited speakers at ECOSS34

 

Henrik Grönbeck

 

Sweden

Chalmers University of Technology

Reactions at oxide surfaces
and oxide/metal interfaces.

 
 

Alex Khajetoorians

 

Netherlands

Jacek Goniakowski

 

France

Carsten Busse

 

Germany

Angelos Michaelides

 

UK

University College London

Ice, ice maybe?
 
 
 

Peter Wahl

 

UK

Lifeng Chi

 

China

Soochow University

On-Surface Precise Chemistry.
 
 
 

Jennifer MacLeod

 

Australia

Jason Weaver

 

USA

Eli Rotenberg

 

USA

Sabine Maier

 

Germany

Isabella Gierz

 

Germany

Max Planck Institute for the Structure and Dynamics of Matter

Ultrafast Momentum-Resolved
Carrier Dynamics in 1D Wires
and 2D Heterostructures

Mie Andersen

 

Germany

Stefan Bromley

 

Spain

Jay Weymouth

 

Germany

Leonhard Grill

 

Austria

Miquel Salmeron

 

USA

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Solid-liquid interfaces:
a new surface science frontier.