Program

Schedule

Time Monday 6th Tuesday 7th Wednesday 8th Thursday 9th Friday 10th
9:00-10:00   Invited talk Invited talk Invited talk Invited talk
10:00-10:30   Contributed talks Contributed talks Contributed talks Contributed talks
10:30-11:30   Coffee + discussion Coffee + discussion Coffee + discussion Coffee + discussion
11:30-12:30   Invited talk Invited talk Invited talk Invited talk
12:30-13:00   Contributed talks Contributed talks Contributed talks Contributed talks
13:00-14:30   Lunch break Lunch break Lunch break  
 
14:30-15:30   Invited talk Invited talk Invited talk  
15:30-16:30   Contributed talks Contributed talks Contributed talks  
16:30-18:00 Welcome banquet Coffee break Coffee break Excursion  
  (Registration and and and  
  + snacks) Poster session Poster session social dinner  

Speakers

The conference contributions are categorized into the subfields Organic Spintronics, Molecular Magnetism, Molecular Quantum Technologies, Molecular electronics and, included for the first time this year, Proximity Effects in 2D Materials.

Organic spintronics

Snow

Eugenio Coronado

Molecular Materials Research Team,

University of Valencia, Spain

Forest

Luis Hueso

CIC NanoGUNE

San Sebastian, Spain

Molecular Magnetism

Snow

Pietro Gambardella

Magnetism and interface physics, ETH Zürich,

Zürich, Switzerland

Forest

Manuel Gruber

STM group, CAU University

Kiel, Germany

Molecular quantum technologies

Snow

Luis Fernando

Departamento de Fisica de la Materia Condensada and Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales de Aragon

University of Zaragoza, Spain

Forest

Taeyoung Choi

Center for Quantum Nanoscience, Ewha Womans University,

Seoul, Republic of Korea

Molecular electronics

Snow

Elke Sheer

Mesoscopic Systems, Konstanz University

Konstanz, Germany

Forest

Martha Mas-Torrent

Institut de Ciència de Materials de Barcelona (ICMAB-CSIC)

Barcelona, Spain

Proximity effects in 2D materials

Snow

Stephan Roche

Theoretical and computational nano science, ICN2

Barcelona, Spain

Forest

Barth van Wees

Physics of Nanodevices, University of Groningen

Groningen, The Netherlands