ICSPM24 Program

Contents

Time Table

Dec 14 Wed

Registration (11:30-13:00)

Welcome address (13:00-13:15)

Session 1 : (Saranin, Fukui)

 
13:15 S1-1 (INVITED)
Instrumental Development in Scanning Tunneling Microscopy
Y. Kuk
Seoul National University, Korea
 
13:45 S1-2 (INVITED)
Scanning tunneling microscopy of unconventional high temperature superconductivity
Q.-K. Xue
Department of Physics, Tsinghua University, China
 
14:15 S1-3 (INVITED)
Domain Walls and Solitons for Topological Informatics
H.W. Yeom
Department of Physics, POSTECH, Korea
 
14:45 S1-4
Interacting Si atom switches induced by force and current
S. Yamazaki1K. Maeda2Y. Sugimoto3M. Abe4P. Pou5L. Rodrigo5R. Perez5P. Mutombo6P. Jelinek6S. Morita7
1School of Science, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 2School of Engineering, Osaka Univ., Japan, 3Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, the Univ. of Tokyo, Japan, 4School of Engineering Science, Osaka Univ., Japan, 5Cond. Matter Phys. Center, Univ. Autonoma de Madrid, Spain, 6Inst. of Phys., Academy of Science of the Czech Republic, Czech Republic, 7The Inst. of Scientific and Industrial Research, Osaka Univ, Japan
 
14:57 S1-5
Surface and Step Conductance Characterized by Superconducting Proximity Effect
Y. HasegawaH. KimY. Miyata
The Institute for Solid State Physics, The University of Tokyo, Japan

Coffee Break (15:10-15:25)

Session 2 : (Yeom, Mera)

 
15:25 S2-1 (INVITED)
Spin Characteristics of Quasiparticle Scattering in Rashba Semiconductors
M. Lin
Department of Physics, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
 
15:55 S2-2 (INVITED)
STM Investigation of 2D Alloys and Compounds on Si(111) and Ge(111) Surfaces
A.A. Saranin1,2D.V. Gruznev1L.V. Bondarenko1A.V. Matetskiy1A.Y. Tupchaya1A.N. Mihalyuk1,2S.V. Eremeev3C.R. Hsing4C.M. Wei4S. Ichinokura5R. Hobara5A. Takayama5S. Hasegawa5A.V. Zotov1,2,6
1Institute of Automation and Control Processes FEB RAS, Russia, 2Far Eastern Federal University, Russia, 3Institute of Strength Physics and Materials Science, Russia, 4Institute of Strength Physics and Materials Science, Russia, 5University of Tokyo, Japan, 6Vladivostok State Univ. of Econ. and Services, Russia
 
16:25 S2-3 (INVITED)
Potential Dependent Local Structure of Electric Double Layer at Ionic Liquid / Electrode Interfaces Analyzed by Electrochemical FM-AFM and MD Calculation
K. Fukui
Osaka University, Japan
 
16:45 S2-4
The investigation of local dipole moment on TiO2(110) surface by electrostatic force microscopy
Y. J. LiH. F. WenY. NaitohY. Sugawara
Osaka University, Japan
 
16:57 S2-5
Polarization Charge Density Measurement by Noncontact Scanning Nonlinear Dielectric Potentiometry
K. YamasueY. Cho
Research Institute of Electrical Communication, Tohoku University, Japan

Session 3 : Exhibitor's presentation (Takeuchi)

 
17:10 S3-1 UNISOKU Co., Ltd.
 
17:20 S3-2 Techscience Ltd.

Session 4 : Poster Session (17:30-19:30) (Kobayashi)

Dec 15 Thu

Bus service to the conference site departs from Waikiki Sand Villa Hotel at 8:30.
Please come to the entrance of the hotel at 8:25.

Session 5 : (Jiang, Kageshima)

 
09:00 S5-1 (INVITED)
Spin-Polarized STM: Recent Progress and Future Perspectives
R. Wiesendanger
Dept. of Physics, University of Hamburg, Germany
 
09:30 S5-2 (INVITED)
Single atom electron spin resonance on surfaces
A.J. Heinrich
1Ewha Womans University, South Korea, 2IBM Research, USA
 
10:00 S5-3
Probing 4f Spin State of TbPc2 with Kondo Resonance of π Radical
T. Komeda1J. Hou2Z.K. Qi2M. Yamashita2
1IMRAM , Tohoku University, Japan, 2Department of Chemistry, Tohoku University, Jpan
 
10:12 S5-4
Scanning Tunneling Spectroscopy Study of H/Fe3O4(001) Surface
S. Hiura1R. Yamazaki1M. Jochi1S. Takahashi1A. Subagyo1,2K. Sueoka1
1Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, Hokkaido University, Japan, 2Creative Research Institution, Hokkaido University, Japan

Coffee Break (10:25-10:40)

Session 6 : (Heinrich, Komeda)

 
10:40 S6-1 (INVITED)
Friction experiments with single molecules and nanoribbons
E. Meyer
Department of Physics, University of Basel, Switzerland
 
11:10 S6-2 (INVITED)
Quantum Motion of Protons in Water Probed by STM/S
Y. Jiang
Peking University, China
 
11:40 S6-3 (INVITED)
Phase-change Material-based Nano-spectroscopy and Manipulation
T. Saiki
Department of Electronics and Electrical Engineering, Keio University, Japan
 
12:00 S6-4 (INVITED)
Recording Femtosecond sub-Å Snapshots with Lightwave-STM
D. PellerT. L. CockerP. YuJ. ReppR. Huber
Department of Physics, University of Regensburg, 93040 Regensburg, Germany
 
12:20 S6-5
Ultrafast Manipulation of Electron Transfer in a Tunnel Junction using Carrier-Envelope Phase Controlled THz-STM
K. Yoshioka1I. Katayama1Y. Minami1M. Kitajima1,2S. Yoshida3H. Shigekawa3J. Takeda1
1Yokohama National University, Japan, 2LxRay Co. Ltd., Japan, 3University of Tsukuba, Japan
 
12:32 S6-6
Photo-assisted KFM under Lights with Various Photon Energies on Cu(In,Ga)Se2 Solar Cells
H. Yong1T. Minemoto3T. Takahashi1,2
1Institute of Industrial Science, The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Institute for Nano Quantum Information Electronics, The University of Tokyo, Japan, 3College of Science and Engineering, Ritsumeikan University, Japan
 
12:44 S6-7
Scanning SFG probe microscopy (SSPM) utilizing tip-enhanced near field optics
T. Hashizume1,2H. Yoshino2,1S. Nagata1S. Heike1
1Research & Development Group, Hitachi, Ltd., Japan, 2Dep. of Physics, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

Conference Photo (13:00-13:15)

Banquet (18:00-20:00)

Bus service to the banquet site, Treetops Restaurant, departs from Waikiki Sand Villa Hotel at 17:30.

Treetops Restaurant
http://www.manoatreetops.com/
3737 Manoa Rd. Honolulu, HI 96822
TEL (808) 988-6839

Dec 16 Fri

Bus service to the conference site departs from Waikiki Sand Villa Hotel at 8:00.
Please come to the entrance of the hotel at 7:55.

Session 7 : (Meyer, Miyake)

 
08:30 S7-1 (INVITED)
Atomic Force Microscopy of Living Cells: If Cell Properties Depend on Number of Passages
M.E. Dokukin1N.V. Guz2I. Sokolov1
1Tufts University, United States, 2Clarkson University, United States
 
09:00 S7-2 (INVITED)
High-Speed Ion Conductance Microscopy for Studying Biological Samples
S. Watanabe1T. Ando1,2
1Bio-AFM Frontier Research Center, Kanazawa University, Japan, 2CREST/JST, Japan
 
09:20 S7-3
Probing Origin of Non-Newtonian Fluidity with Sub-nanometer Shear
M. Kageshima1S. Itoh2K. Fukuzawa2
1Kansai Medical University, Japan, 2Nagoya University, Japan
 
09:32 S7-4
Diagnosing single cell diseases by SPM
M. Sawano1K. Aoki1R. Tanaka1K. Kuribayashi-Shigetomi1A. Subagyo1K. Sueoka1N.J. Cho2T. Okajima1
1Hokakido University, Japan, 2Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
 
09:44 S7-5
High-resolution imaging of different DNA conformations by FM-AFM
H. KominamiK. KobayashiH. Yamada
Kyoto University, Japan

Coffee Break (10:00-10:15)

Session 8 : (Sokolov, Okajima)

 
10:15 S8-1 (INVITED)
Nanoscale Hyperspectral Imaging via Photo-induced Force Microscopy
S. ParkD. NowakT. Albrecht
Molecular Vista, Inc., 6840 Via Del Oro, Suite 110, San Jose, CA 95119, United States
 
10:35 S8-2
Visualizing Inhomogeneous Molecular Adsorption Structures of Lubricant Molecules on a Magnetic Hard Disk by 3D-SFM
K. Miyazawa1N. Nakajima1M. Toyoda1R. Sagata2T. Shimizu2T. Fukuma1,2,3
1Kanazawa University, Japan, 2MORESCO Corporation, Japan, 3ACT-C, Japan
 
10:47 S8-3
Energy dissipation of AFM studied by computer simulation
Y. Senda1J. Blomqvist2R. Nieminen2
1Yamaguchi University, Japan, 2Aalto University, Finland
 
10:59 S8-4
Electronegativity of Individual Surface Atoms Determined by AFM
J. Onoda1,2M. Ondráček3P. Jelínek3Y. Sugimoto1,2
1Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University, Japan, 3Institute of Physics, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Czech Republic
 
11:11 S8-5
Local hydration structures around boundary between heterogeneously charged surfaces by FM-AFM and MD simulation
K. Umeda1,2K. Kobayashi1L. Zivanovic3P. Spijker3A.S. Foster3H. Yamada1
1Department of Electronic Science and Engineering, Kyoto University, Japan, 2Department of Advanced Material Science, the University of Tokyo, Japan, 3Department of Applied Physics, Aalto University, Finland
 
11:23 S8-6
Atomistic Calcite Dissolution Model Revealed by High-speed FM-AFM and Molecular Dynamics Simulation
K. Miyata1P. Spijker2K. Miyazawa1J. Tracey2Y. Kawagoe1A. S. Foster1,2K. Tsukamoto3T. Fukuma1,4
1Division of Electrical Eng. and Computer Sci., Kanazawa University, Japan, 2COMP Centre of Excellence, Aalto University, Finland, 3Department of Earth and Planetary Materials Science, Tohoku University, Japan, 4ACT-C, Japan Science and Technology Agency, Japan

Closing Remark (11:40-11:55)

Session 4 : Poster Session

Dec 14 Wed 20:00-22:00

 
S4-1
Covalently Bonded 2D Molecular Structure on Au(111) Studied by Scanning Tunneling Microscopy
A. Okada1K. Minou1U. Toyota1Y. Nakata1M. Yoshimura2K. Kadono1
1Kyoto Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Toyota Technological Institute, Japan
 
S4-2
Reinforcement Mechanism of Carbon Black-filled Rubber Nanocomposite as Revealed by Atomic Force Microscopy Nanomechanics
X. Liang1M. Ito2K. Nakajima1,2
1School of Materials and Chemical Technology, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 2WPI Advanced Institute for Materials Research, Tohoku University, Japan
 
S4-3
Comparison of Sugar Chains of Sialylglycopeptide and Sialyllactose for the Application of Influenza Bio Sensor
T. Kawahara1H. Hiramatsu1Y. Ohmi1Y. Suzuki1S. Nakakita2Y. Ohno3K. Maehashi4K. Matsumoto5
1Chubu University, Japan, 2Kagawa University, Jaoan, 3Tokushima University, Japan, 4Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japoan, 5Osaka University, Japan
 
S4-4
Sequencing of Single-Stranded DNA by STM and Dispersion-Corrected Density Functional Theory
H. TanakaM. Taniguchi
Osaka University, The Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research, Japan
 
S4-5
Molecular-scale investigation of DNA origami structures by FM-AFM toward the study of protein binding processes
Y. YamamotoH. KominamiK. KobayashiH. Yamada
Kyoto University, Japan
 
S4-6
Carrier dynamics in topological insulators probed by optical pump probe STM
Y. HosomiS. YoshidaY. SuzukiK. KadowakiO. TakeuchiH. Shigekawa
Faculty of Pure and Applied Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Japan
 
S4-7
Near-field Circular Dichroism Microscopy for Chiral Nanostructures
T. Narushima1,2S. Hashiyada1H. Okamoto1
1Institute for Molecular Science and The Graduate University for Advanced Studies (Sokendai), Japan, 2PRESTO, Japan Science and Technology Agency, Japan
 
S4-8
Near-field Light Detection as photo-induced force by Atomic Force Microscopy with Frequency Modulation
N. Satoh1,2K. Kobayashi2K. Matsushige2H. Yamada2
1Chiba Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Kyoto University, Japan
 
S4-9
Surface Potential Measurement by Kelvin Probe Force Microscopy for Organic Semiconductor Thin Films using Mist Deposition
A. Odaka1N. Satoh1S. Katori2
1Chiba Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Tsuyama National College of Technology, Japan
 
S4-10
Observation of the Silicon Carbide Schottky Barrier Diode under Applied Bias Voltage using FM-AFM/KFM/SCFM
T. UrumaN. SatohH. Yamamoto
Chiba Institute of Technology, Graduate School of Engineering, Japan
 
S4-11
Evaluation of Carrier Concentration Reduction in GaN on GaN Wafers by Raman Spectroscopy and Kelvin Force Microscopy
H. Yamamoto1K. Agui1Y. Uchida1S. Mochizuki1T. Uruma1N. Satoh1T. Hashizume2
1Chiba Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Hokkaido University, Japan
 
S4-12
Nanoscale observation of organic heterojunction containing ZnO nanoparticles by AFM/KFM
S. Mochizuki1N. Satoh1S. Saravanan2T. Soga3
1Chiba Institute of Technology, Grad. School of Eng., 2-17-1 Tsudanuma, Chiba, 275-0016, Japan, 2Centre for Photonics and Nanotechnology, Sona College of Technology, Salem-636 005, India, 3Department of Frontier Materials, Nagoya Institute of Technology, Nagoya-466 8555, Japan
 
S4-13
Study on electronic structures in Fe3O4(001) subsurface layer
M. Jochi1S. Hiura1S. Takahashi1R. Yamazaki1A. Subagyo1,2K. Sueoka1
1Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, Hokkaido University, Japan, 2Creative Research Institution, Japan
 
S4-14
Morphological and Electrical Characterization of Chemically Modified MoS2 Nanosheets
A. Ando1Y. Sugimoto2S. Yamamoto2T. Mori1T. Kubo1
1National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan, 2Ryukoku University, Japan
 
S4-15
STM observation and Monte Carlo simulation of Molybdenum Disulfide (MoS2) Treated with Inward-Plasma Etching
J. Miyawaki1T. Kubo1T. Shimizu1S. Shimbori2S. Takahashi2A. Ando3
1Nanomaterials Research Institute, AIST, Japan, 2Sanyu Co., Ltd., Japan, 3Nanoelectronics Research Institute, AIST, Japan
 
S4-16
Localized electronic state of Mo1-xRexS2 monolayer studied by STM/STS
T. Takeuchi1S. Mori2A. Ueda1S. Honda3S. Yoshida1O. Takeuchi1Y. Maniwa2Y. Miyata2,3H. Shigekawa1
1Univ. of Tsukuba, Japan, 2Tokyo Metropolitan Univ., Japan, 3JST-PRESTO., Japan
 
S4-17
Transient Dynamics of Low-dimensional TMDs Observed by Multi-probe Optical Pump-probe Scanning Tunneling Microscopy
Z.H. Wang1,2H. Mogi1,2T. Banba1S. Yoshida1Y. Miyata3O. Takeuchi1H. Shigekawa1
1Institute of Applied Physics, University of Tsukuba, Japan, 2Doctoral Research Fellow of Japanese Society of Promotion of Science (JSPS DC1), Japan, 3Department of Physics, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
 
S4-18
Sb-termination effect on Ge nanocrystal growth on Si(111) under low temperature annealing
N. NakashimaS. EndoR. KugaS. IwagumaH. TabataO. KuboM. Katayama
Graduate School of Engineering Osaka University, Japan
 
S4-19
Measurement of the Casimir force between Au and Si surfaces
N. YoshidaK. HigashinoK. Sueoka
Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, Hokkaido University, Japan
 
S4-20
Electrostatic Force Microscopy on Cu(In,Ga)Se2 Solar Cell Materials
T. Ishii1T. Minemoto2T. Takahashi1
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Ritsumeikan University, Japan
 
S4-21
Investigation of Resistive Switching Memory Effect in a-TaOx Films with Atomically Flat Surface
A. Tsurumaki-Fukuchi1M. Arita1T. Katase2H. Ohta2Y. Takahashi1
1Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, Hokkaido University, Japan, 2Research Institute for Electronic Science, Hokkaido University, Japan
 
S4-22
Electronic Density of States of germanene formed on Al(111)
S. EndoN. NakashimaR. KugaS. IwagumaH. TabataO. KuboM. Katayama
Graduate School of Engineering Osaka University, Japan
 
S4-23
Local characterization of optoelectronic and reverse optoelectronic conversion efficiencies of organic solar cells by STM
K. Murao1T. Ochiai2T. Yasuda3S. Yoshida1O. Takeuchi1H. Shigekawa1
1Institute of Applied Physics, University of Tsukuba., Japan, 2Takano Co,Ltd., Japan, 3Exploratory Materials Research Laboratory for Energy and Environment, National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), Japan
 
S4-24
Formation of MoS2 nanowire in Mo1-xWxS2 alloy monolayer studied by STM
H. Mogi1S. Yoshida1Y. Kobayashi2Y. Miyata2O. Takeuchi1H. Shigekawa1
1Institute of Applied Physics, University of Tsukuba, Japan, 2Department of Physics, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
 
S4-25
STM Study of Fe3O4 Films Grown on Low Temperature Oxygen Annealed MgO(001) Substrate
S. Takahashi1S. Hiura1M. Jochi1R. Yamazaki1A. Subagyo1,2K. Sueoka1
1Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, Hokkaido University, Japan, 2Creative Research Institution, Hokkaido University., Japan
 
S4-26
STM Investigation of Visible-light Photodissociation of Dimethyl Disulfide Molecules on Metal Surfaces
E. Kazuma1J. Jung2H. Ueba3M. Trenary4Y. Kim1
1RIKEN, Japan, 2University of Ulsan, Republic of Korea, 3University of Toyama, Japan, 4University of Illinois at Chicago, United States
 
S4-27
Photo-luminescence from Carbon Nitride Thin Films Deposited by RF Sputtering Technique
S.-I. YamamotoK. Itoh
Ryukoku University, Japan
 
S4-28
Red to Green Light Emission by LaOF:Yb3+/Er3+ Upconversion Phosphor
S. YamamotoK. OhyamaT. Nonaka
Ryukoku University, Japan
 
S4-29
STM Study of the Selective Adsorption of 1-Hexanethiol on Iron Oxide
Y. SainooS. KanekoS. AsamiT. Komeda
Institute of Multidisciplinary Research for Advanced Materials (IMRAM) Tohoku University, Japan
 
S4-30
Quantitative estimation of transient migration length by analyzing STM image of size-selected Ptn clusters on Al2O3
A. BeniyaY. Watanabe
Toyota Central R&D Labs, Inc., Japan
 
S4-31
Electrochemical Li deposition on Li-metal surface observed by environmental control atomic force microscopy
M. KittaS. Sano
AIST, JAPAN
 
S4-32
Structural characterization of hydrothermally reduced graphene oxide
H. -H. Huang1G. R. A. Kumara2M. Yoshimura1
1Toyota Technological Institute, Japan, 2University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka
 
S4-33
Kelvin probe force microscopy study of the graphene oxide and reduced graphene oxide sheets
H. -H. HuangT. IkedaM. Yoshimura
Toyota Technological Institute, japan
 
S4-34
Mg2+ effect on 3D Water Distribution of Calcite Surface
Y. ArakiK. KobayashiH. Yamada
Kyoto University, Japan
 
S4-35
Development and Demonstration of High Speed Kelvin Probe Force Microscopy
E. ArimaT. OchiY. NaitohY.J. LiY. Sugawara
Department of Applied Physics, University of Osaka, Japan
 
S4-36
Characterization of TiO2(011)-(2×1) Surface by AFM and STM
J. Onoda1,2A. Yurtsever3M. Abe3C. L. Pang4Y. Sugimoto1,2
1Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University, Japan, 3Graduate School of Engineering Science, Osaka University, Japan, 4Department of Chemistry and London Centre for Nanotechnology, University College London, Japan
 
S4-37
Chemical Identification of Individual Surface Atoms by AFM
J. Onoda1,2M. Ondráček3P. Jelínek3Y. Sugimoto1,2
1Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University, Japan, 3Institute of Physics, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Czech Republic
 
S4-38
Real-time STM Imaging of Ga Adatom Motion Clinging to the Tip on a GaAs(110) Surface
S. KakuK. ImamiyaT. AndoJ. Yoshino
Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
 
S4-39
Observation of Azulene-to-fulvalene Rearrangement by AFM
A. Shiotari1K. Iwata2T. Nakae3Y. Shinagawa4S. Mori4T. Okujima4H. Uno4H. Sakaguchi3Y. Sugimoto1,2
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Osaka University, Japan, 3Kyoto University, Japan, 4Ehime University, Japan
 
S4-40
STM/STS Study on Electronic States of Magnetic Impurity Cr Atoms Adsorbed on ZnTe(110) Surface
K. KanazawaS. YoshidaH. ShigekawaS. Kuroda
Graduate School of Pure and Applied Sciences University of Tsukuba, Japan
 
S4-41
Three dimensional conformational dynamics in single molecular junction studied by Scanning Tunneling Microscopy
T. KatayamaY. SugitaS. YoshidaA. TaninakaO. TakeuchiH. Shigekawa
Institute of Applied Physics, University of Tsukuba, Japan
 
S4-42
3D Dynamic Probe Analysis of 4,4’-Bpyridine Single-Molecule Junction
Y. SugitaT. KatayamaA. TaninakaS. YoshidaO. TakeuchiH. Shigekawa
Faculty of Pure and Applied Sciences, Univercity of tsukuba, Japan
 
S4-43
Consideration of Molecular Dynamics in Single-Molecule Junction Observed by Dynamic Probe Method
A. TaninakaS. YoshidaY. SugitaT. KatayamaO. TakeuchiH. Shigekawa
Faculty of Pure and Applied Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Tsukuba, Japan
 
S4-44
Attractive interaction of Mn Atoms on the GaAs(110) Surface Observed by Scanning Tunneling Microscopy/Spectroscopy
E. HayakiA. TaninakaS. YoshidaK. KanazawaO. TakeuchiH. Shigekawa
Faculty of Pure and Applied Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Tsukuba, Japan
 
S4-45
Characterization of Magnetoelectronic Transport through Double Stack FePt Nanodots on Ultrathin SiO2/c-Si by Conductive-probe AFM
S. Miyazaki
Nagoya University, Japan
 
S4-46
Surface Modification of Highly Oriented Pyrolytic Graphite for Oxygen Reduction Reaction
A. KotaniH. HuangY. HashimotoM. Yoshimura
Toyota Technological Institute, Japan
 
S4-47
Fabrication of Graphene Nanoribbon by Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes as a Mask
Y. TeradaD. YonedaS. SuzukiM. Yoshimura
Toyota Technological Institute, Graduate School of Engineering, Japan
 
S4-48
Scanning tunneling potentiometry on FIB-deposited PtC pattern by using multi-probe STM
T. BambaH. MogiS. YoshidaO. TakeuchiH. Shigekawa
Faculty of Pure and Applied Science, University of Tsukuba, Japan
 
S4-49
Two-Dimensional Chirality of Alkyl-derivatized DPP Pigment and Cu(II) Complex of Indigo Dye
A. Honda1K. Noda1,2K. Nomoto1K. Miyamura1
1Tokyo University of Science, Japan, 2Hitachi, Ltd., Japan
 
S4-50
Alkyl Chain Length Dependence of Two-Dimensional Structures of Alkyl Derivatised Quinizarin on Liquid-Graphite Interface
Y. HagaA. HondaK. NomotoK. Miyamura
Tokyo University of Science, Japan
 
S4-51
Numerical Simulations of Viscoelastic Dynamics for the Atomic Force Microscopy in Liquid Environment
H. Azuma
Advanced Algorithm & Systems Co., Ltd., Japan
 
S4-52
STM Simulation for Cadmium Sulphide with DFTB Method
T. Ogata
Advanced Algorithm & Systems Co.,Ltd, Japan
 
S4-53
First-Principles Study on Germanene and Stanene on α-Alumina
M. Araidai1,2,3,4M. Kurosawa1,2,3A. Ohta2,3K. Shiraishi1,3
1Institute of Materials and Systems for Sustainability, Nagoya University, Japan, 2Institute for Advanced Research, Nagoya University, Japan, 3Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University, Japan, 4JST-CREST, Japan
 
S4-54
Simulation With Atomic-Force Probe Technique
V. Gorbenko
Zaporizhe National University, Ukraine
 
S4-55
First-principles calculations of Seebeck coefficients in CuFeS2 thin films
H. Takaki1,2K. Kobayashi3M. Shimono4N. Kobayashi1K. Hirose5N. Tsujii3T. Mori3
1Faculty of Pure and Applied Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Japan, 2National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), Japan, 3International Center for Materials Nanoarchitechtonics (MANA), National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), Japan, 4Research Center for Structural Materials (RCSM), National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), Japan, 5Smart Energy Research Laboratories, NEC corporation, Japan
 
S4-56
Multiscale simulation for carrier mobility of micro-meter scale pi-conjugated molecular wire
T. Tada
Materials Research Center for Element Strategy, Tokyo Inst. of Tech., Japan
 
S4-57
Fabricating an electron beam deposited tip for atomic-scale AFM measurements in liquid with small cantilevers
K. Miyazawa1H. Izumi1T. Watanabe-Nakayama2T. Fukuma1,2,3
1Kanazawa University, Japan, 2Bio-AFM Frontier Research Centre of Kanazawa University, Japan, 3ACT-C, Japan
 
S4-58
AFM Observation of Deep Ultra-violet Irradiation Damage on Tetrahedral Amorphous Carbon Film
T. Kozu1,4M. Yamaguchi1M. Kawaguchi2M. Yoshimura3
1Akita university, Japan, 2Tokyo Metropolitan Industrial Technology Research Institute, Japan, 3Toyota Technological Institute, Japan, 4InnoCo Co., Japan
 
S4-59
High Resolution Imaging of LaAlO3(100) Epitaxial Film Surface using Non-Contact Atomic Force Microscopy
D. Katsube1H. Yamashita1,2S. Abo1F. Wakaya1M. Abe1
1Graduate school of Engineering Science, Osaka University, Japan, 2PRESTO/JST, Japan
 
S4-60
Underwater Atomic Force Microscope
S. NishidaN. MatsubaraT. Fujii
Institute of Industrial Science, The University of Tokyo, Japan
 
S4-61
Development of tip enhanced SFG probe microscopy to investigate hydration structures
H. Yoshino2,1S. Nagata1S. Heike1T. Hashizume1,2
1Research & Development Group, Hitachi, Ltd., Japan, 2Dep. of Physics, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

Author Index

Abe, M.S1-4Kuga, R.S4-18Subagyo, A.S4-13
Abe, M.S4-36Kuga, R.S4-22Subagyo, A.S4-25
Abe, M.S4-59Kuk, Y.S1-1Subagyo, A.S5-4
Abo, S.S4-59Kumara, G. R. A.S4-32Subagyo, A.S7-4
Agui, K.S4-11Kuribayashi-Shigetomi, K.S7-4Sueoka, K.S4-13
Albrecht, T.S8-1Kuroda, S.S4-40Sueoka, K.S4-19
Ando, A.S4-14Kurosawa, M.S4-53Sueoka, K.S4-25
Ando, A.S4-15Li, Y. J.S2-4Sueoka, K.S5-4
Ando, T.S4-38Li, Y.J.S4-35Sueoka, K.S7-4
Ando, T.S7-2Liang, X.S4-2Sugawara, Y.S2-4
Aoki, K.S7-4Lin, M.S2-1Sugawara, Y.S4-35
Araidai, M.S4-53Maeda, K.S1-4Sugimoto, Y.S1-4
Araki, Y.S4-34Maehashi, K.S4-3Sugimoto, Y.S4-14
Arima, E.S4-35Maniwa, Y.S4-16Sugimoto, Y.S4-36
Arita, M.S4-21Matetskiy, A.V.S2-2Sugimoto, Y.S4-37
Asami, S.S4-29Matsubara, N.S4-60Sugimoto, Y.S4-39
Azuma, H.S4-51Matsumoto, K.S4-3Sugimoto, Y.S8-4
Bamba, T.S4-48Matsushige, K.S4-8Sugita, Y.S4-41
Banba, T.S4-17Meyer, E.S6-1Sugita, Y.S4-42
Beniya, A.S4-30Mihalyuk, A.N.S2-2Sugita, Y.S4-43
Blomqvist, J.S8-3Minami, Y.S6-5Suzuki, S.S4-47
Bondarenko, L.V.S2-2Minemoto, T.S4-20Suzuki, Y.S4-3
Cho, N.J.S7-4Minemoto, T.S6-6Suzuki, Y.S4-6
Cho, Y.S2-5Minou, K.S4-1Tabata, H.S4-18
Cocker, T. L.S6-4Miyamura, K.S4-49Tabata, H.S4-22
Dokukin, M.E.S7-1Miyamura, K.S4-50Tada, T.S4-56
Endo, S.S4-18Miyata, K.S8-6Takahashi, S.S4-13
Endo, S.S4-22Miyata, Y.S1-5Takahashi, S.S4-15
Eremeev, S.V.S2-2Miyata, Y.S4-16Takahashi, S.S4-25
Foster, A. S.S8-6Miyata, Y.S4-17Takahashi, S.S5-4
Foster, A.S.S8-5Miyata, Y.S4-24Takahashi, T.S4-20
Fujii, T.S4-60Miyawaki, J.S4-15Takahashi, T.S6-6
Fukui, K.S2-3Miyazaki, S.S4-45Takahashi, Y.S4-21
Fukuma, T.S4-57Miyazawa, K.S4-57Takaki, H.S4-55
Fukuma, T.S8-2Miyazawa, K.S8-2Takayama, A.S2-2
Fukuma, T.S8-6Miyazawa, K.S8-6Takeda, J.S6-5
Fukuzawa, K.S7-3Mochizuki, S.S4-11Takeuchi, O.S4-6
Gorbenko, V.S4-54Mochizuki, S.S4-12Takeuchi, O.S4-16
Gruznev, D.V.S2-2Mogi, H.S4-17Takeuchi, O.S4-17
Guz, N.V.S7-1Mogi, H.S4-24Takeuchi, O.S4-23
Haga, Y.S4-50Mogi, H.S4-48Takeuchi, O.S4-24
Hasegawa, S.S2-2Mori, S.S4-16Takeuchi, O.S4-41
Hasegawa, Y.S1-5Mori, S.S4-39Takeuchi, O.S4-42
Hashimoto, Y.S4-46Mori, T.S4-14Takeuchi, O.S4-43
Hashiyada, S.S4-7Mori, T.S4-55Takeuchi, O.S4-44
Hashizume, T.S4-11Morita, S.S1-4Takeuchi, O.S4-48
Hashizume, T.S4-61Murao, K.S4-23Takeuchi, T.S4-16
Hashizume, T.S6-7Mutombo, P.S1-4Tanaka, H.S4-4
Hayaki, E.S4-44Nagata, S.S4-61Tanaka, R.S7-4
Heike, S.S4-61Nagata, S.S6-7Taniguchi, M.S4-4
Heike, S.S6-7Naitoh, Y.S2-4Taninaka, A.S4-41
Heinrich, A.J.S5-2Naitoh, Y.S4-35Taninaka, A.S4-42
Higashino, K.S4-19Nakae, T.S4-39Taninaka, A.S4-43
Hiramatsu, H.S4-3Nakajima, K.S4-2Taninaka, A.S4-44
Hirose, K.S4-55Nakajima, N.S8-2Terada, Y.S4-47
Hiura, S.S4-13Nakakita, S.S4-3Toyoda, M.S8-2
Hiura, S.S4-25Nakashima, N.S4-18Toyota, U.S4-1
Hiura, S.S5-4Nakashima, N.S4-22Tracey, J.S8-6
Hobara, R.S2-2Nakata, Y.S4-1Trenary, M.S4-26
Honda, A.S4-49Narushima, T.S4-7Tsujii, N.S4-55
Honda, A.S4-50Nieminen, R.S8-3Tsukamoto, K.S8-6
Honda, S.S4-16Nishida, S.S4-60Tsurumaki-Fukuchi, A.S4-21
Hosomi, Y.S4-6Noda, K.S4-49Tupchaya, A.Y.S2-2
Hou, J.S5-3Nomoto, K.S4-49Uchida, Y.S4-11
Hsing, C.R.S2-2Nomoto, K.S4-50Ueba, H.S4-26
Huang, H.S4-46Nonaka, T.S4-28Ueda, A.S4-16
Huang, H. -H.S4-32Nowak, D.S8-1Umeda, K.S8-5
Huang, H. -H.S4-33Ochi, T.S4-35Uno, H.S4-39
Huber, R.S6-4Ochiai, T.S4-23Uruma, T.S4-10
Ichinokura, S.S2-2Odaka, A.S4-9Uruma, T.S4-11
Ikeda, T.S4-33Ogata, T.S4-52Wakaya, F.S4-59
Imamiya, K.S4-38Ohmi, Y.S4-3Wang, Z.H.S4-17
Ishii, T.S4-20Ohno, Y.S4-3Watanabe, S.S7-2
Ito, M.S4-2Ohta, A.S4-53Watanabe, Y.S4-30
Itoh, K.S4-27Ohta, H.S4-21Watanabe-Nakayama, T.S4-57
Itoh, S.S7-3Ohyama, K.S4-28Wei, C.M.S2-2
Iwaguma, S.S4-18Okada, A.S4-1Wen, H. F.S2-4
Iwaguma, S.S4-22Okajima, T.S7-4Wiesendanger, R.S5-1
Iwata, K.S4-39Okamoto, H.S4-7Xue, Q.-K.S1-2
Izumi, H.S4-57Okujima, T.S4-39Yamada, H.S4-5
Jelinek, P.S1-4Ondráček, M.S4-37Yamada, H.S4-8
Jelínek, P.S4-37Ondráček, M.S8-4Yamada, H.S4-34
Jelínek, P.S8-4Onoda, J.S4-36Yamada, H.S7-5
Jiang, Y.S6-2Onoda, J.S4-37Yamada, H.S8-5
Jochi, M.S4-13Onoda, J.S8-4Yamaguchi, M.S4-58
Jochi, M.S4-25Pang, C. L.S4-36Yamamoto, H.S4-10
Jochi, M.S5-4Park, S.S8-1Yamamoto, H.S4-11
Jung, J.S4-26Peller, D.S6-4Yamamoto, S.S4-14
Kadono, K.S4-1Perez, R.S1-4Yamamoto, S.S4-28
Kadowaki, K.S4-6Pou, P.S1-4Yamamoto, S.-I.S4-27
Kageshima, M.S7-3Qi, Z.K.S5-3Yamamoto, Y.S4-5
Kaku, S.S4-38Repp, J.S6-4Yamashita, H.S4-59
Kanazawa, K.S4-40Rodrigo, L.S1-4Yamashita, M.S5-3
Kanazawa, K.S4-44Sagata, R.S8-2Yamasue, K.S2-5
Kaneko, S.S4-29Saiki, T.S6-3Yamazaki, R.S4-13
Katase, T.S4-21Sainoo, Y.S4-29Yamazaki, R.S4-25
Katayama, I.S6-5Sakaguchi, H.S4-39Yamazaki, R.S5-4
Katayama, M.S4-18Sano, S.S4-31Yamazaki, S.S1-4
Katayama, M.S4-22Saranin, A.A.S2-2Yasuda, T.S4-23
Katayama, T.S4-41Saravanan, S.S4-12Yeom, H.W.S1-3
Katayama, T.S4-42Satoh, N.S4-8Yoneda, D.S4-47
Katayama, T.S4-43Satoh, N.S4-9Yong, H.S6-6
Katori, S.S4-9Satoh, N.S4-10Yoshida, N.S4-19
Katsube, D.S4-59Satoh, N.S4-11Yoshida, S.S4-6
Kawagoe, Y.S8-6Satoh, N.S4-12Yoshida, S.S4-16
Kawaguchi, M.S4-58Sawano, M.S7-4Yoshida, S.S4-17
Kawahara, T.S4-3Senda, Y.S8-3Yoshida, S.S4-23
Kazuma, E.S4-26Shigekawa, H.S4-6Yoshida, S.S4-24
Kim, H.S1-5Shigekawa, H.S4-16Yoshida, S.S4-40
Kim, Y.S4-26Shigekawa, H.S4-17Yoshida, S.S4-41
Kitajima, M.S6-5Shigekawa, H.S4-23Yoshida, S.S4-42
Kitta, M.S4-31Shigekawa, H.S4-24Yoshida, S.S4-43
Kobayashi, K.S4-5Shigekawa, H.S4-40Yoshida, S.S4-44
Kobayashi, K.S4-8Shigekawa, H.S4-41Yoshida, S.S4-48
Kobayashi, K.S4-34Shigekawa, H.S4-42Yoshida, S.S6-5
Kobayashi, K.S4-55Shigekawa, H.S4-43Yoshimura, M.S4-1
Kobayashi, K.S7-5Shigekawa, H.S4-44Yoshimura, M.S4-32
Kobayashi, K.S8-5Shigekawa, H.S4-48Yoshimura, M.S4-33
Kobayashi, N.S4-55Shigekawa, H.S6-5Yoshimura, M.S4-46
Kobayashi, Y.S4-24Shimbori, S.S4-15Yoshimura, M.S4-47
Komeda, T.S4-29Shimizu, T.S4-15Yoshimura, M.S4-58
Komeda, T.S5-3Shimizu, T.S8-2Yoshino, H.S4-61
Kominami, H.S4-5Shimono, M.S4-55Yoshino, H.S6-7
Kominami, H.S7-5Shinagawa, Y.S4-39Yoshino, J.S4-38
Kotani, A.S4-46Shiotari, A.S4-39Yoshioka, K.S6-5
Kozu, T.S4-58Shiraishi, K.S4-53Yu, P.S6-4
Kubo, O.S4-18Soga, T.S4-12Yurtsever, A.S4-36
Kubo, O.S4-22Sokolov, I.S7-1Zivanovic, L.S8-5
Kubo, T.S4-14Spijker, P.S8-5Zotov, A.V.S2-2
Kubo, T.S4-15Spijker, P.S8-6