Conference Schedule

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All attendee stay at the conference site hotel.

Oral presentations including invited talks are given in a single session.

Exhibition by sponsers is made from Dec 10 afternoon to Dec 11 evening. Short presentation by exhibitors are given in the oral session on Dec 10.

The poster session is held in the evening on Dec 10. Drinks are provided by some exhibitors for the poster presentation.


Schedule of excursion on the last day:

Hotel 11:30
12:45 Nikka whisky Yoichi distillery 13:45
14:20 Otal canal scenic walk 16:00
17:15 New Chitose Airport

Invited speakers (tentative)

Invited speakers will be announced here.
Cho, Nam-Joon (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)
"Lipid microarray platform for force mapping of phophoinositide binding by viral proteins"
Hasegawa, Yukio (University of Tokyo, Japan)
"Site-dependent conductance at point contacts studied by STM"
Hasegawa, Shuji (University of Tokyo, Japan)
"Charge/spin transport and superconductivity at Rashba spin-split surface states"
Inami, Eiichi (Hosei University, Japan)
"Accurate Extraction of Electrostatic Force by a Voltage-Pulse Force Spectroscopy"
Jia, Jin-Feng (Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China)
"Superconductive FeSe Monolayers"
Kim, Jeehoon (CALDES, IBS, Korea / Physics, POSTECH, Korea)
"Confinement of Superconducting Vortices in Magnetic Force Microscopy "
Le Lay, Guy (Aix-Marseille University, France)
"Silicene, Germanene and Stanene: novel 2D elemental electronic materials beyond graphene:"
Nakamura, Junji (Tsukuba Univ., Japan)
"Reactivity and local electronic structure of graphitic materials"
Schönherr, Holger (University of Siegen)
"Combined AFM - confocal fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy (FLIM) to interrogate nano-environments in bacteria-sensing polymeric vesicles and surface nanobubbles"
Takeda, Seiji (Osaka Univ.)
"Recent advancement of aberration corrected environmental TEM in catalysis science"
Song, Can-Li (Department of Physics, Tsinghua University, China)
"Spectroscopic Studies of Superconductivity in Cuprates and FeSe"
Temirov, Ruslan (Peter Grünberg Institut, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany)
"Quantitative mapping of nanoscale electrostatic potentials using a scanning probe microscope tip equipped with the single-molecule quantum dot sensor"
Uji-i, Hiroshi (KU Leuven and Hokkaido University)
"Remote spectroscopy below the diffraction limit"
Usuda, Koji (Toshiba)
"Roadmap of emerging logic devices and SPM characterization"

Oral Presentation Guideline

Presentation Time

Type Presentation Discussion
Plenary   35 min 5 min
S-Invite   35 min 5 min
Invite   25 min 5 min
Generic   10 min 5 min


Speakers can use a digital projector for PC as described below. A laser pointer and a lapel microphone are also provided.
Overhead projectors for transparencies, slides and video tapes ARE NOT provided.

Digital projector for oral presentation.

Your PC should have a mini D-sub 15-pin output (female), a standard RGB monitor terminal, to be connect to the projector. The power supply is AC100V, 50Hz, with the plug type A, which has two flat blades without GND.

In case of a connection problem, you should bring a copy of your presentation in a CD-R or a USB memory stick, which can be used with our backup computers that have the PowerPoint on Windows and MacOSX. But please do NOT rely too much on our computers since they may not work properly for various reasons, such as the version inconsistency of PowerPoint.

Poster Presentation Guideline

Poster sessions are scheduled in the evening on Dec 10. Each poster board is 110 cm in width and 150 cm in height.

Your poster should be mounted immediate after registration on the first day, Dec 10 and removed at the end of the session. Pushpins are provided for mounting posters.
We are not responsible for the posters left on the board after the session.