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1418 Sep 2014
Berlin, Germany
Wolfgang Kuch, Florian Kronast, Ingo Krug, Frank Meyer zu Heringdorf, Claus M. Schneider, Carsten Wiemann
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Ms Margret Frey
Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH
Peter Grünberg Institute - Conference Office LP-9
+49 2461 61-6139
+49 2461 61-2620



The LEEM/PEEM workshop is a biennial meeting reviewing the status of immersion lens microscopies such as Low Energy Electron Microscopy (LEEM), Photoelectron Emission Microscopy (PEEM), Spin-polarized LEEM (SPLEEM), X-Ray PEEM (XPEEM) and related microscopy and spectromicroscopy techniques. The first of these workshops was held in Tempe, Arizona, in 1998. Since then, the venue has moved between America, Europe and Asia. The main aim of the meeting is to discuss scientific advances in the fields of surface and solid state physics, disseminate knowledge and promote applications of cathode lens microscopy to a broad audience of interested scientists.

LEEM/PEEM 9 highlights the most recent scientific advances and instrumental developments in the field of cathode lens microscopy. Topics covered will include:
- Surfaces
- Thin films
- Nanoparticles
- Organic films
- Surface chemistry
- Magnetism
- Spintronics
- Time-resolved methods
- Instrumental advances
- Novel applications of LEEM and PEEM

The programme will consist of oral, poster and tutorial sessions. The tradition of LEEM/PEEM having a single-session structure will also be upheld this year.