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About this event

Web site
www.diamond.ac.uk/…
When
1819 Jul 2017
Where
Diamond Light Source (Harwell Science and Innovation Campus), United Kingdom
Registration deadline
Jul 7, 2017
Organiser
Diamond Light Source
Contact address
Diamond Events Team
United Kingdom
E-mail
events@diamond.ac.uk…

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Electronic structure of 2D materials: theory meets experiment

The main goal of this workshop is to stimulate discussion between experimental and theoretical groups into the challenges and opportunities in the electronic properties of two-dimensional materials.In this workshop, a particular focus will be on probing electronic structure and many-body interactions using angle resolved photoemission spectroscopy (ARPES), and the new opportunities afforded by spatially resolved ARPES with sub-micrometre resolution (nanoARPES).
Complementary to this, there will be talks on electronic structure prediction in two-dimensional materials, correlated quantum matter effects, and modelling the photoemission process to allow direct links between experiment and theory.