ICSPM28 Program


Time Table

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Dec 10 Thu Dec 11 Fri
Opening (10:15-10:30)
Session 1
10:30  S1-1  Y. Otsuka
11:00  S1-2  T. Minato
Lunch Break (11:30-12:30)
Session 2
12:30  S2-1  M.I. Hossain
12:45  S2-2  Y. Yamada
13:00  S2-3  T. Harashima
13:15  S2-4  R. Kojima
13:30  S2-5  T.K. Yamada
13:45  S2-6  Y. Adachi
Break (14:00-14:15)
Session 3
14:15  S3-1  K. Nakajima
14:45  S3-2  T. Okajima
15:00  S3-3  K. Miyata
Break (15:15-15:30)
Session 4
15:30  S4-1  K. Iwata
15:45  S4-2  S. Cui
16:15  S4-3  Yu.M. Efremov
16:45  S4-4  Tomoe Engineering Co.,Ltd
16:50  S4-5  UNISOKU Co., Ltd.
16:55  S4-6  Scienta Omicron, Inc.
17:00  S4-7  Park Systems Japan Inc.
17:05  S4-8  Bruker Japan K.K.
17:10  S4-9  HORIBA, Ltd.
17:15  S4-10  Japan Laser Corporation
Conference Photo (17:20-17:25)
Break (17:25-17:45)
Session 5
Poster Session (17:45-19:45)
Session 6
09:00  S6-1  S. Kim
09:15  S6-2  D. Walkup
09:30  S6-3  Y.P. Chiu
10:00  S6-4  X. Ma
10:15  S6-5  T. Komeda
Break (10:30-10:45)
Session 7
10:45  S7-1  G. H. Chen
11:00  S7-2  C. L. Lin
11:15  S7-3  T. Hirahara
Lunch break (11:45-12:45)
Session 8
12:45  S8-1  R. Ishibashi
13:00  S8-2  S.-J. Cho
13:15  S8-3  A. Yamada
13:30  S8-4  Y. Kainuma
Break (13:45-14:00)
Session 9
14:00  S9-1  T. M. Chuang
14:30  S9-2  Pratyay. Amrit
14:45  S9-3  M.M. Hasan
Break (15:00-15:15)
Session 10
15:15  S10-1  S.-C. Li
15:45  S10-2  P. Viswanath
16:00  S10-3  W. H. Chen
16:15  S10-4  R.S.R. Gajjela
Break (16:30-16:45)
Session 11
16:45  S11-1  D. Tjeertes
17:00  S11-2  Y. Wang
17:15  S11-3  C. Drechsel
17:30  S11-4  S. Scherb
17:45  S11-5  V. K. Singh
Closing (18:00-18:15)

Dec 10 Thu

Opening (10:15-10:30)

Session 1 :

10:30 S1-1 (INVITED)
Scanning Probe Electrospray Ionization: Fusion of SPM with Mass Spectrometry
Y. Otsuka
Osaka University, Japan
11:00 S1-2 (INVITED)
Mechanism of Energy Conversion at Electrode/Electrolyte Interface in Rechargeable Batteries
T. Minato
Institute for Molecular Science, National Institutes of Natural Sciences, Japan

Lunch Break (11:30-12:30)

Session 2 :

12:30 S2-1
An Experimental Approach to Probe the Local Spin of Bis(Phthalocyaninato)Terbium (III), (TbPc2) Magnetic Impurities on Superconductor (NbSe2)
M.I. Hossain1F. Ara2S. M. F. Shahed2T. Takaoka1,2T. Komeda1,2
1Department of Chemistry, Graduate School of Science, Tohoku University, Japan, 2Institute of Multidisciplinary Research for Advanced Materials, Tohoku University, Japan
12:45 S2-2
Structure and viscosity of polymeric liquids at the interface with solids investigated by bimodal qPlus AFM
Y. YamadaT. IchiiT. UtsunomiyaH. Sugimura
Kyoto University, Japan
13:00 S2-3
Electrical Single-molecule detection of peptide phosphorylation
T. Harashima1Y. Egami2T. Ono3T. Nishino1
1Department of Chemistry, School of Science, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Division of Applied Physics, Faculty of Engineering, Hokkaido University, Japan, 3Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Kobe University, Japan
13:15 S2-4
Visualization of nanometer-scale three-dimensional structures chromosomes with three-dimensional atomic force microscopy
R. Kojima1K. Miyazawa1,2T. Sumikama2M. Meguro3K. Imadate4N. Okano2S. Horike3K. Hirahara4T. Fukuma1,2
1Div. of Elect. Eng. and Comp. Sci., Kanazawa Univ., Japan, 2WPI-NanoLSI, Japan, 3Advanced Science Research Center, Japan, 4Department of Mechanical Engineering, Osaka University, Japan
13:30 S2-5
Carbon Monoxide Stripe Motion caused by Simultaneous Lateral Hopping in 1.4 × 1.4 Monolayer Phase on Cu(111)
T.K. Yamada1,2N.K.M. Nazriq1P. Krueger1,2
1Department of Materials Science, Chiba University, Japan, 2Molecular Chirality Research Centre, Chiba University, Japan
13:45 S2-6
Resolving CO Adsorption on Oxidized Rutile TiO2 (110) Surface Using Atomic Force Microscopy
Y. AdachiY. SugawaraY. J. Li
Osaka University, Japan

Break (14:00-14:15)

Session 3 :

14:15 S3-1 (INVITED)
Nano-scale viscoelastic measurement on heterogeneous polymeric materials
K. Nakajima
Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
14:45 S3-2
Measuring Mechanical Properties of Developing Embryo with Tandemly Arranged Colloidal Probe AFM
Y. FujiiT. MatsuoT. Okajima
Hokkaido University, Japan
15:00 S3-3
Visualizing Intracellular Structures with Sub-nanometer Scale Resolution by 3D-AFM in Liquid Environment
K. Miyata1,2,3M. P. Garcia1K. Miyazawa1,2T. Shirokawa2A. M. Shahidul3C. Nakamura4,5T. Fukuma1,2,3
1Nano Life Science Institute (WPI-NanoLSI), Kanazawa University, Japan, 2Division of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Kanazawa University, Japan, 3Division of Nano Life Science, Kanazawa University, Japan, 4Biomedical Research Institute, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan, 5Graduate School of Engineering, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan

Break (15:15-15:30)

Session 4 :

15:30 S4-1
High Resolution Imaging of Ice-I Surface by Atomic Force Microscope
K. Iwata1N. Kawakami1,2A. Shiotari1Y. Sugimoto1
1University of Tokyo, Japan, 2National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
15:45 S4-2 (INVITED)
Stretching an Individual Polymer Chain in High Vacuum
S. Cui
Southwest Jiaotong University, China
16:15 S4-3 (INVITED)
Advanced AFM Data Processing Techniques for Viscoelastic Mapping of Living Cells and Soft Samples
Yu.M. Efremov1A.A. Frolova1S.L. Kotova1P.S. Timashev1,2,3
1Institute for Regenerative Medicine, Sechenov University, Russia, 2N.N. Semenov Institute of Chemical Physics, Russia, 3Chemistry Department, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia
16:45 S4-4 Tomoe Engineering Co.,Ltd Global Development Department
AppNano SThM module, SPM Probes
16:50 S4-5 UNISOKU Co., Ltd.
Scanning Probe Microscopes, Optical Instruments
16:55 S4-6 Scienta Omicron, Inc.
Latest SPM products
17:00 S4-7 Park Systems Japan Inc.
The most accurate and easiest to use Atomic Force Microscope
17:05 S4-8 Bruker Japan K.K. Nano Surfaces and Metrology Division
Introducing Bruker's Atomic Force Microscope and A New High-Speed Bio AFM
17:10 S4-9 HORIBA, Ltd.
HORIBA's analytical solution for Surface Science
17:15 S4-10 Japan Laser Corporation
"IR-PiFM (AFM-IR)", "Compact, low price AFM"

Conference Photo (17:20-17:25)

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Break (17:25-17:45)

Please prepare for the poster session.

Session 5 : Poster Session (17:45-19:45)

Dec 11 Fri

Session 6 :

09:00 S6-1
Edge Channels of Broken Symmetry Quantum Hall States in Graphene probed by Atomic Force Microscopy
S. Kim1,2J. Schwenk1,2D. Walkup1,2Y. Zeng3F. Ghahari1,2S. Le1,4M. Slot1,5J. Berwanger6S. Blankenship1K. Watanabe7T. Taniguchi7F. Giessibl6N. Zhitenev1C. Dean3J. Stroscio1
1Physical Measurement Laboratory, National Institute of Standards and Technology, United States, 2Institute for Research in Electronics and Applied Physics, University of Maryland, United States, 3Department of Physics, Columbia University, United States, 4Theiss Research, United States, 5Department of Physics, Georgetown University, United States, 6Institute of Experimental and Applied Physics, University of Regensburg, Germany, 7National Institute for Materials Science, Japan
09:15 S6-2
STM-based Fabrication and Characterization of Coupled Graphene Quantum Dots
D. Walkup1F. Ghahari1,2K. Watanabe3T. Taniguchi3N. B. Zhitenev1J. A. Stroscio1
1Physical Measurement Laboratory, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, MD 20899, USA, 2Department of Physics and Astronomy, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA 22030, USA, 3National Institute for Materials Science, Tsukuba, Ibaraki 305-0044, Japan, Japan
09:30 S6-3 (INVITED)
Atomically Resolved Scanning Tunneling Microscopic Results under Illumination in Hybrid Perovskites
Y.P. Chiu
1Department of Physics, National Taiwan University, Taiwan, 2Center of Atomic Initiative for New Materials, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
10:00 S6-4
Direct Investigation of Cuprate CuO2 Planes by Scanning Tunneling Microscopy
X. Ma
Department of Physics, Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084, China., China
10:15 S6-5
Super Conductor Photo Assisted Tunneling for NbSe2
H.M. Ikram1F. Ara1S.M.F. Shahed2T. Takaoka2T. Komeda2
1Department of Chemistry, Tohoku University, Japan, 2IMRAM, Tohoku University, Japan

Break (10:30-10:45)

Session 7 :

10:45 S7-1
Supercell structures of monolayer PtSe2 on Au Substrates
G. H. Chen1H. Yeh1J. J. Lin2C. L. Lin1W. H. Chang1,3
1Department of Electrophysics, National Chiao Tung Univers, Hsinchu, Taiwan, 2Institute of physics, National Chiao Tung University, Hsinchu, Taiwan, 3Research Center for Applied Sciences, Academia Sinica, Nankang, Taipei 11529, Taiwan
11:00 S7-2
Temperature-Dependent Electronic Structures of TMD Weyl Semimetals
N. Kawakami1H. I. Huang1R. Arafune2N. Takagi3C. L. Lin1
1Department of Electrophysics, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan, 2International Center for Materials Nanoarchitectonics, National Institute for Materials Science, Japan, 3Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University, Japan
11:15 S7-3 (INVITED)
Superconductivity of monolayer FeSe films on SrTiO3 substrates with controlled surface superstructures
T. Hirahara
Department of Physics, Tokyo Institute of Technolgy, Japan

Lunch break (11:45-12:45)

Session 8 :

12:45 S8-1
Time-resolved Kelvin Probe Force Microscopy with Intermittent Bias Application Method
R. IshibashiT. Takahashi
The University of Tokyo, Japan
13:00 S8-2
Stitching Improvement of Optical Hybrid SPM technology
S.-J. ChoB.W. Ahn
Park Systems Corp., S. Korea
13:15 S8-3
Multi-pulse Modulation Method in Photothermal Atomic Force Microscopy
A. YamadaT. Takahashi
University of Tokyo, Japan
13:30 S8-4
Development of FIB-fabricated scanning NV center probe for nanoscale magnetic imaging
Y. KainumaK. HayashiT. An
School of Material Science, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Japan

Break (13:45-14:00)

Session 9 :

14:00 S9-1 (INVITED)
Imaging topological surface states and superconductivity in PbTaSe2
T. M. Chuang
Institute of Physics, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
14:30 S9-2
Enhancing Thermal Stability of Ultrathin GeO<sub>x</sub> Films by Ti Doping
Pratyay. Amrit1Yong-Cheng. Yang1Yi-He. Tsai2Ting-Yu. Chen3Huie-Ting. Liu1Shen-Yu. Wang1Shu-Jung. Tang3Chun-Liang. Lin1Chao-Hsin. Chien4,5
1Department of Electrophysics, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan, 2Department of Materials Science and Engineering, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan, 3Department of Physics, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan, 4Department of Electronics Engineering, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan, 5Institute of Electronics, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
14:45 S9-3
Mechanical Energy Dissipation via a Thin Mica Film on a Metal-Coated Si Substrate Measured by Frequency Modulation Atomic Force Microscopy
M.M. HasanM. Tomitori
Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (JAIST), Japan

Break (15:00-15:15)

Session 10 :

15:15 S10-1 (INVITED)
Interface Engineering in Epitaxial Growth of van der Waals Materials
S.-C. Li
National Laboratory of Solid State Microstructures, School of Physics, Nanjing University, Nanjing 210093, China
15:45 S10-2
Nanoscale Polarization Writing on a Self-Assembled Ultrathin Organic Ferroelectrics
P. ViswanathK. K. H. De SilvaY. MorikuniM. Yoshimura
Graduate School of Engineering, Toyota Technological Institute, Japan
16:00 S10-3
Visualization of Self-Recovery on PtTe2 Surfaces
W. H. Chen1N. Kawakami1J. W. Xue2L. H. Kuo2C. N. Kuo3C. S. Lue3M. F. Luo2C. L. Lin1
1National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan, 2National Central University, Taiwan, 3National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
16:15 S10-4
Structural and Compositional Analysis of (InGa)(AsSb)/GaAs/GaP Stranski-Krastanov Quantum Dots
R.S.R. Gajjela1A.L. Hendriks1J.O. Douglas2E.M. Sala3,4P. Steindl5,6P. Klenovsky5,7P.A.J. Bagot2M.P. Moody2D. Bimberg3,8P.M. Koenraad1
1Department of Applied Physics, Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven 5612AZ, The Netherlands, 2Department of Materials, University of Oxford, Parks Road, Oxford, OX1 3PH, United Kingdom, 3Center for Nanophotonics, Institute for Solid State Physics, Technische Universität Berlin, Hardenbergstr. 36, 10623 Berlin, Germany, 4EPSRC National Epitaxy Facility, The University of Sheffield, North Campus, Broad Lane, S3 7HQ Sheffield, United Kingdom, 5Department of Condensed Matter Physics, Faculty of Science, Masaryk University, Kotlářská 267/2, 61137 Brno, Czech Republic, 6Huygens-Kamerlingh Onnes Laboratory, Leiden University, P.O. Box 9504, 2300 RA Leiden, The Netherlands, 7Czech Metrology Institute, Okružní 31, 63800 Brno, Czech Republic, 8Bimberg Chinese-German Center for Green Photonics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences at CIOMP, 13033 Changchun, China

Break (16:30-16:45)

Session 11 :

16:45 S11-1
N-nH Complexes in GaAs Studied at the Atomic Scale by Cross-Sectional Scanning Tunneling Microscopy
D. Tjeertes1T.J.F. Verstijnen1A. Gonzalo2J.M. Ulloa2M.S. Sharma3M. Felici3A. Polimeni3F. Biccari4M. Gurioli4G. Pettinari5C. Şahin6M.E. Flatté3,1P.M. Koenraad1
1Department of Applied Physics, Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands, 2Institute for Systems based on Optoelectronics and Microtechnology (ISOM), Universidad Politechnica de Madrid, Spain, 3Dipartimento di Fisica, Sapienza Universitdi Roma, Italy, 4Department of Physics and Astronomy, and LENS, University of Florence, Italy, 5National Research Council, Institute for Photonics and Nanotechnologies (IFN-CNR), Italy, 6Department of Physics and Astronomy, Optical Science and Technology Center, University of Iowa, USA
17:00 S11-2
Symmetry mediated tunable molecular magnetism on a layered material
Y. Wang1,2S. Arabi1,2,3K. Kern1,4M. Ternes2,3
1Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research, Heisenbergstraße 1, D-70569 Stuttgart, Germany, 2Peter-Gr ̈unberg-Institute, Forschungszentrum Jülich, D-52425 Jülich, Germany, 3Institute of Physics, RWTH Aachen University, D-52074 Aachen, Germany, 4Institut de Physique, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, CH-1015 Lausanne, Switzerland
17:15 S11-3
Controlled Charging of Self-Assembled Molecules on Superconducting Lead
C. Drechsel1P. D'Astolfo1X. Liu2S.-X. Liu2S. Decurtins2R. Pawlak1E. Meyer1
1Department of Physics, University of Basel, Switzerland, 2Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Bern, Switzerland
17:30 S11-4
Giant thermal expansion of 2D supramolecular networks by alkyl chain functionalization
S. Scherb1A. Hinaut1R. Pawlak1J.G. Vilhena1Y. Liu2X. Feng3K. Müllen2T. Glatzel1A. Narita2E. Meyer1
1University of Basel, Switzerland, 2Max-Planck-Institute for Polymer Research, Germany, 3Technische Universität Dresden, Germany
17:45 S11-5
Scanning tunneling microscopy of thick quasiperiodic Sn layer
V. K. Singh1M. Mihalkovic2M. Krajci2S. Sarkar1P. Sadhukhan1M. Maniraj 1A. Rai1K. Pussi3D. L. Schlagel4T. A. Lograsso4A. K. Shukla5S. R. Barman1
1UGC-DAE CSR, Khandwa Road, Indore 452001, Madhya Pradesh, India, 2Institute of Physics, SAS, Dúbravská cesta 9, SK-84511 Bratislava, Slovak Republic, 3LUT School of Engineering Science, P.O. Box 20, FIN-53851 Lappeenranta, Finland, 4DMSE, Ames Laboratory, Ames, Iowa 500011 -3020, USA, 5CSIR National Physical Laboratory, Dr. K. S. Krishnan Road, New Delhi 110012, India

Closing (18:00-18:15)

Session 5 : Poster Session

Dec 10 Thu 17:45-19:45

2nd Floor

Electronic and Lattice Properties of Nanostructured TiN/MgO and ScN/MgO Superlattices
K. Kobayashi1H. Takaki1,2M. Shimono3N. Kobayashi2K. Hirose4
1International Center for Materials Nanoarchitechtonics (MANA), National Institute for Materials Science, Japan, 2Institute of Applied Physics, Univ. of Tsukuba, Japan, 3Research Center for Structural Materials (RCSM), National Institute for Materials Science, Japan, 4NEC Corporation, Smart Energy Research Laboratories, Japan
Driven Dynamics of a Two-dimensional Incommensurate Interface
T. Kawaguchi
Toho University, Japan
Magnetic Impurity Doping Effects on Thermoelectric Properties of a Skutterudite CoMxSb3-x-yTey from First-Principles Calculations
H. Takaki1N. Kobayashi1K. Hirose2
1Faculty of Pure and Applied Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Japan, 2NEC corporation, Japan
STM and DFT Study of Molecular Assemblies of 2,4,6-Tris(4-bromophenyl)-1,3,5-triazine on Au(111) Surface
A. Okada1S. Hara2S. Hasui1M. Yoshimura3K. Kadono1
1Kyoto Inst. Tech., Japan, 2NICT, Japan, 3Toyota Tech. Inst., Japan
Synthesis and SPM Evaluation of MoS2/WS2 Heterostructures by Co-Chemical Vapor Transport
A. Ando1T. Kubo1T. Irisawa1T. Takaoka2T. Komeda2
1National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan, 2Institute of Multidisciplinary Research for Advanced Materials (IMRAM), Tohoku University, Japan
Evaluation of internal structure of GaN high electron mobility transistor
K. KatoK. NakayamaN. SatohH. Yamamoto
Chiba Institute of Technology, Chiba 275-0016, Japan
Dynamics in Photoelectric Conversion in C60/Pentacene System
O. Takeuchi1T. Kogure1Y. Fujimaki1S. Nagai2T. Nishi2Y. Kudo2S. Yoshida1H. Shigekawa1
1University of Tsukuba, Japan, 2R&D Center, Sony Corp, Japan
EC-STM study of Pt-complex adlayer formation and Pt nanoparticles deposition on Au single crystal electrode surfaces
M. Hara1J. Inukai2,3S. Yoshimoto4K. Itaya5
1Toyota Technological Institute, Japan, 2Clean Energy Research Center, University of Yamanashi, Japan, 3Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia, 4Institute of Industrial Nanomaterials, Kumamoto University, Japan, 5Professor emeritus at Tohoku University, Japan
Nanoscale Spatially Resolved Observation of Photoexicited Carrier Dynamics in WS2/WSe2 Intralayer Heterostructure Device
R. Kikuchi1H. Mogi1R. Mizuno1N. Wada2Y. Miyata2Y. Arashida1S. Yoshida1O. Takeuchi1H. Shigekawa1
1University of Tsukuba, Japan, 2Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
Interpretation of β-Ga2O3(-201) STM Images
A. Okada1R. A. Ferreyra2N. Nagahara1D. Ueda3K. Kadono1
1Kyoto Inst. Tech., Japan, 2Univ. de San Martín, Argentina, 3Nagoya Univ., Japan

3rd Floor

Facile Fabrication of Multi-grained Plasmonic Tip by Comprising Physical and Chemical Approach in Tip-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy
Kesava Rao. VanjarapuMasamichi. Yoshimura
Surface Science Laboratory, Toyota Technological Institute, Japan
Evaluation of Spatial Resolution of XANAM using Ge Quantum Dots on a Si Substrate
S. Suzuki1S. Mukai2W.-J. Chun3M. Nomura4S. Fujimori1M. Ikeda1K. Makihara1S. Miyazaki1K. Asakura2
1Nagoya University, Japan, 2Hokkaido University, Japan, 3International Christian University, Japan, 4KEK-IMS-PF, Japan
Kelvin Probe Force Microscopy Analysis of Boron doping in Tiled Graphene Oxide
P. JoshiR. YadavK. K. H. De SilvaY. MorikuniM. HaraM. Yoshimura
Toyota Technological Institute, Japan
Kelvin Probe Force Microscopy Studies on the Influence of Hydrocarbon Chain Length on 1-Alkene Self-Assembled Monolayers on Si (111)
M.C.T. GarciaT. UtsunomiyaT. IchiiH. Sugimura
Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Kyoto University, Japan
Fe atom absorption on insulating MgO monolayer films grown on Fe(001)-p(1×1)O
Y. Nonaka1N. K. M. Nazriq1T. K. Yamada1,2
1Department of Materials Science, Chiba University, Japan, 2Molecular Chirality Research Centre, Chiba University, Japan
Three-Dimensional Graphene Nanoribbons as a Framework for Molecular Assembly and Local Probe Chemistry
S. Kawai1O. Krejčí2T. Nishiuchi3K. Sahara3T. Kodama3R. Pawlak4E. Meyer4T. Kubo3A. Foster2
1National Institute for Materials Science, Japan, 2Aalto University School of Science, Finland, 3Osaka University, Japan, 4University of Basel, Switzerland
Probing the Local Spin of Gear Like Assembly of Metal Phthalocyanine Molecules on Superconductor surface
S.M.F. Shahed1M.I. Hossain2F. Ara1T. Komeda1,2
1Institute of Multidisciplinary Research for Advanced Materials, Tohoku University, Japan, 2Department of Chemistry, Tohoku University, Japan
The Effect of Thermal Deformation of Silver Nanocube Array on the Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering
T. Iwahori1A. Mizuno2A. Ono2,3Y. Uehara1S. Katano1
1Research Institute of Electrical Communication, Tohoku University, Japan, 2Graduate School of Integrated Science and Technology, Shizuoka University, Japan, 3Research Institute of Electronics, Shizuoka University, Japan
Probing Local Conductivity in Tiled Monolayer Graphene Oxide Film by Conductive-AFM
Y. MorikuniK.K.H. De SilvaM. HaraM. Yoshimura
Graduate School of Engineering, Toyota Technological Institute, Japan
Measurement of Change in Resistance of a Silver Sulfide Nano-islands by Removal of Dopant Silver Atoms
N. MishimaT. Hasegawa
School of Advanced Science and Engineering, Waseda University, Japan

4th Floor

Threshold Concentration of Alcohol Affecting Amyloid-β1-42 Oligomeric Structures
A. MatsuiH. SatookaH. TaguchiN. NaruseY. Mera
Shiga University of Medical Science, Japan
Nanomechanical characterization of biomolecules with time-division force mapping method by using AFM in aqueous solution
H. KominamiK. KobayashiH. Yamada
Kyoto University, Japan
Mapping of Local Viscoelastic Dynamics of Inhomogeneous Polymers Using Amplitude Modulation AFM
H. K. NguyenK. Nakajima
Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
High-resolution imaging of biomolecules by FM-AFM using a biochemically functionalized tip
K. HoriuchiH. KominamiK. KobayashiH. Yamada
Department of Electronic Science & Engineering, Kyoto University, Japan
Investigation of Subnanometer-Scale Structures of Ionic Liquid/Au Electrode Interfaces by 3D-SFM
R. Sakakibara1T. Ikarashi1T. Yoshino1K. Miyazawa2T. Sumikama2K. Miyata1,2S. Shimizu3Y. Iwasa4,5T. Fukuma1,2
1Division of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Kanazawa University, Japan, 2WPI-NanoLSI, Kanazawa University, Japan, 3CRIEPI, Japan, 4Faculty of Engineering, The University of Tokyo, Japan, 5RIKEN CEMS, Japan
Detection of Complex Response Induced by Critical Behavior of Binary Liquid Mixture Using Atomic Force Microscopy
M. Kageshima
Osaka Electro-Communication University, Japan
Visualization of Solvation Structure on Li4Ti5O12(111) / Ionic Liquid-Based Electrolyte Interface by qPlus AFM
Y. Bao1M. Kitta2T. Ichii1T. Utsunomiya1H. Sugimura1
1Kyoto University, Japan, 2National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan
Visualizing distribution of cathode reactions at cross sections of hot dip galvanized steel sheets using open-loop electric potential microscopy
D. Mizushima1K. Hirata2S. Yamamoto2T. Fukuma1,2,3
1Graduate School of Frontier Science Initiative, Japan, 2Division of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Japan, 3WPI-NanoLSI, Kanazawa University, Kakuma-machi, Japan
Application of AFM for novel in-situ observation of tribo-film formation process
K. Sato1S. Watanabe2S. Sasaki2
1Graduate School of Tokyo University of Science, Japan, 2Tokyo University of Science, Japan
Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy for Time-Resolved Detection of Reaction Products at Liquid-Solid Interfaces
T. Kosaka1Y. Teduka1T. Ogura1Y. Zhou2Y. Takahashi2,3T. Hisatomi4H. Nishiyama5K. Domen4,5H. Onishi1
1Kobe University, Japan, 2Kanazawa University, Japan, 3Japan Science and Technology Agency, Japan, 4Shinshu University, Japan, 5The University of Tokyo, Japan

5th Floor

Magnetic tuning of mechanical dissipation in quantum graphene
A. Ollier1,2M. Kisiel1R. Pawlak1A. Baratoff1U. Gysin1E. Tosatti3E. Meyer1
1University of Basel, Switzerland, 2Swiss Nanoscience institut, Switzerland, 3SISSA, Italy
Step-induced enhancement of the critical magnetic field in atomic-layer superconductors
Y. Sato1M. Haze1S. Yoshizawa2T. Uchihashi3Y. Hasegawa1
1The Institute for Solid State Physics, The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Research Center for Advanced Measurement and Characterization, National Institute for Materials Science, Japan, 3International Center for Materials Nanoarchitectonics, National Institute for Materials Science, Japan
Manipulation of Ag nanowires using a high-speed atomic force microscope in tapping mode
K. Katakura1K. Nakazawa1T. Komatsu1A. Ono2F. Iwata2
1Graduate School of Integrated Science and Technology, Shizuoka University, Japan, 2Research Institute of Electronics, Shizuoka University, Japan
Inhibition of Silica Adhesion to Poly (vinyl alcohol) Surfaces by Ammonia-Mediated Hydration
T. Ikarashi1T. Yoshino1K. Miyata1,2K. Miyazawa1,2M. Uno3C. Takatoh3T. Fukuma1,2
1Kanazawa University, Japan, 2WPI-NanoLSI, Japan, 3EBARA Corporation, Japan
Observation of Localized Spin in 4-(2'-Benzimidazolyl)-1,2,3,5-dithiadiazolyl (HbimDTDA) Adsorbed on Au(111) Surface
M.S. Ahommed1S.M.F. Shahed2K.E. Preuss3T. Komeda1,2
1Department of Chemistry, Graduate School of Science, Tohoku University, Aramaki-Aza, Aoba-Ku, Sendai, 980-8578, Japan, 2Institute of Multidisciplinary Research for Advanced Materials (IMRAM, Tagen), Tohoku University, 2-1-1 Katahira, Aoba-Ku, Sendai, 980-0877, Japan, 3Department of Chemistry, University of Guelph, Ontario N1G 2W1, Canada
Evaluation of displacement and surface potential of a micro-piezoresistor by a Kelvin probe force microscope
K. Nakazawa1T. Tanaka1T. Uruma2F. Iwata1,2,3
1Faculty of Engineering, Shizuoka University, Japan, 2Graduate School of Science and Technology, Shizuoka University, Japan, 3Research Institute of Electronics, Shizuoka University, Japan
Development of Tip-Scan Atomic Force Microscope for Stretching Elastic Substrates
F.-Y. ChanR. KurosakiT. Uchihashi
Department of Physics, Nagoya University, Japan
Current Imaging of Mosaic-like Monolayer Films of Reduced Graphene Oxide
K.K.H. De SilvaP. ViswanathY. MorikuniM. MatsudaT. IkedaM. Yoshimura
Graduate School of Engineering, Toyota Technological Institute, 2-12-1 Hisakata, Tempaku, Nagoya 468-8511, Japan
Study on the Corrosion Mechanism of Hard Particle-Dispersed Cr-Based Alloys by in-Liquid Nanoscale Potential Measurement Technique
S. Yamamoto1K. Hirata1J. Omi1D. Mizushima1M. Noujima3K. Honbo3T. Fukuma1,2
1Kanazawa University, Japan, 2WPI-NanoLSI, Japan, 3Hitachi Ltd., Japan
Scanning nanopipette probe microscope capable of local irradiation of inductively coupled plasma for surface fine processing
S. Toda1K. Nakazawa1F. Iwata1,2
1Graduate School of Integrated Science and Technology, Shizuoka University, Japan, 2Graduate School of Medical Photonics, Shizuoka University, Japan
Intracellular structures and mechanical properties of cardiac fibroblasts from pediatric patients with restrictive cardiomyopathy
M. Matsumoto1H. Suginobe2H. Tsuru2J. Narita2S. Kogaki2H. Ishida2T. Okajima1
1Graduate school of Information Science and Technology, Hokkaido University, Japan, 2Graduate School of Medicine, Osaka University, Japan
A current-source amplifier with capacitance compensation for scanning ion conductance microscopy
T. Tsukamoto1T. Uruma2K. Nakazawa1F. Iwata1,3
1Graduate school of integrated science and technology, Shizuoka University, Japan, 2Graduate school of science and technology, Shizuoka University, Japan, 3Research institute of electronics, Shizuoka University, Japan

Author Index

Adachi, Y.S2-6Kawakami, N.S10-3Pawlak, R.S11-4
Ahn, B.W.S8-2Kern, K.S11-2Pettinari, G.S11-1
Ahommed, M.S.S5-35Kikuchi, R.S5-9Polimeni, A.S11-1
Amrit, Pratyay.S9-2Kim, S.S6-1Preuss, K.E.S5-35
An, T.S8-4Kisiel, M.S5-31Pussi, K.S11-5
Ando, A.S5-5Kitta, M.S5-27Rai, A.S11-5
Ara, F.S2-1Klenovsky, P.S10-4Sadhukhan, P.S11-5
Ara, F.S5-17Kobayashi, K.S5-1Sahara, K.S5-16
Ara, F.S6-5Kobayashi, K.S5-22Sakakibara, R.S5-25
Arabi, S.S11-2Kobayashi, K.S5-24Sala, E.M.S10-4
Arafune, R.S7-2Kobayashi, N.S5-1Sarkar, S.S11-5
Arashida, Y.S5-9Kobayashi, N.S5-3Sasaki, S.S5-29
Asakura, K.S5-12Kodama, T.S5-16Sato, K.S5-29
Bagot, P.A.J.S10-4Koenraad, P.M.S10-4Sato, Y.S5-32
Bao, Y.S5-27Koenraad, P.M.S11-1Satoh, N.S5-6
Baratoff, A.S5-31Kogaki, S.S5-41Satooka, H.S5-21
Barman, S. R.S11-5Kogure, T.S5-7Scherb, S.S11-4
Berwanger, J.S6-1Kojima, R.S2-4Schlagel, D. L.S11-5
Biccari, F.S11-1Komatsu, T.S5-33Schwenk, J.S6-1
Bimberg, D.S10-4Komeda, T.S2-1Shahed, S. M. F.S2-1
Blankenship, S.S6-1Komeda, T.S5-5Shahed, S.M.F.S5-17
Chan, F.-Y.S5-37Komeda, T.S5-17Shahed, S.M.F.S5-35
Chang, W. H.S7-1Komeda, T.S5-35Shahed, S.M.F.S6-5
Chen, G. H.S7-1Komeda, T.S6-5Shahidul, A. M.S3-3
Chen, Ting-Yu.S9-2Kominami, H.S5-22Sharma, M.S.S11-1
Chen, W. H.S10-3Kominami, H.S5-24Shigekawa, H.S5-7
Chien, Chao-Hsin.S9-2Kosaka, T.S5-30Shigekawa, H.S5-9
Chiu, Y.P.S6-3Kotova, S.L.S4-3Shimizu, S.S5-25
Cho, S.-J.S8-2Krajci, M.S11-5Shimono, M.S5-1
Chuang, T. M.S9-1Krejčí, O.S5-16Shiotari, A.S4-1
Chun, W.-J.S5-12Krueger, P.S2-5Shirokawa, T.S3-3
Cui, S.S4-2Kubo, T.S5-5Shukla, A. K.S11-5
D'Astolfo, P.S11-3Kubo, T.S5-16Singh, V. K.S11-5
De Silva, K. K. H.S5-13Kudo, Y.S5-7Slot, M.S6-1
De Silva, K. K. H.S10-2Kuo, C. N.S10-3Steindl, P.S10-4
De Silva, K.K.H.S5-19Kuo, L. H.S10-3Stroscio, J.S6-1
De Silva, K.K.H.S5-38Kurosaki, R.S5-37Stroscio, J. A.S6-2
Dean, C.S6-1Le, S.S6-1Sugawara, Y.S2-6
Decurtins, S.S11-3Li, S.-C.S10-1Sugimoto, Y.S4-1
Domen, K.S5-30Li, Y. J.S2-6Sugimura, H.S2-2
Douglas, J.O.S10-4Lin, C. L.S7-1Sugimura, H.S5-14
Drechsel, C.S11-3Lin, C. L.S7-2Sugimura, H.S5-27
Efremov, Yu.M.S4-3Lin, C. L.S10-3Suginobe, H.S5-41
Egami, Y.S2-3Lin, Chun-Liang.S9-2Sumikama, T.S2-4
Felici, M.S11-1Lin, J. J.S7-1Sumikama, T.S5-25
Feng, X.S11-4Liu, Huie-Ting.S9-2Suzuki, S.S5-12
Ferreyra, R. A.S5-10Liu, S.-X.S11-3Taguchi, H.S5-21
Flatté, M.E.S11-1Liu, X.S11-3Takagi, N.S7-2
Foster, A.S5-16Liu, Y.S11-4Takahashi, T.S8-1
Frolova, A.A.S4-3Lograsso, T. A.S11-5Takahashi, T.S8-3
Fujii, Y.S3-2Lue, C. S.S10-3Takahashi, Y.S5-30
Fujimaki, Y.S5-7Luo, M. F.S10-3Takaki, H.S5-1
Fujimori, S.S5-12Ma, X.S6-4Takaki, H.S5-3
Fukuma, T.S2-4Makihara, K.S5-12Takaoka, T.S2-1
Fukuma, T.S3-3Maniraj , M.S11-5Takaoka, T.S5-5
Fukuma, T.S5-25Matsuda, M.S5-38Takaoka, T.S6-5
Fukuma, T.S5-28Matsui, A.S5-21Takatoh, C.S5-34
Fukuma, T.S5-34Matsumoto, M.S5-41Takeuchi, O.S5-7
Fukuma, T.S5-39Matsuo, T.S3-2Takeuchi, O.S5-9
Gajjela, R.S.R.S10-4Meguro, M.S2-4Tanaka, T.S5-36
Garcia, M. P.S3-3Mera, Y.S5-21Tang, Shu-Jung.S9-2
Garcia, M.C.T.S5-14Meyer, E.S5-16Taniguchi, T.S6-1
Ghahari, F.S6-1Meyer, E.S5-31Taniguchi, T.S6-2
Ghahari, F.S6-2Meyer, E.S11-3Teduka, Y.S5-30
Giessibl, F.S6-1Meyer, E.S11-4Ternes, M.S11-2
Glatzel, T.S11-4Mihalkovic, M.S11-5Timashev, P.S.S4-3
Gonzalo, A.S11-1Minato, T.S1-2Tjeertes, D.S11-1
Gurioli, M.S11-1Mishima, N.S5-20Toda, S.S5-40
Gysin, U.S5-31Miyata, K.S3-3Tomitori, M.S9-3
Hara, M.S5-8Miyata, K.S5-25Tosatti, E.S5-31
Hara, M.S5-13Miyata, K.S5-34Tsai, Yi-He.S9-2
Hara, M.S5-19Miyata, Y.S5-9Tsukamoto, T.S5-42
Hara, S.S5-4Miyazaki, S.S5-12Tsuru, H.S5-41
Harashima, T.S2-3Miyazawa, K.S2-4Uchihashi, T.S5-32
Hasan, M.M.S9-3Miyazawa, K.S3-3Uchihashi, T.S5-37
Hasegawa, T.S5-20Miyazawa, K.S5-25Ueda, D.S5-10
Hasegawa, Y.S5-32Miyazawa, K.S5-34Uehara, Y.S5-18
Hasui, S.S5-4Mizuno, A.S5-18Ulloa, J.M.S11-1
Hayashi, K.S8-4Mizuno, R.S5-9Uno, M.S5-34
Haze, M.S5-32Mizushima, D.S5-28Uruma, T.S5-36
Hendriks, A.L.S10-4Mizushima, D.S5-39Uruma, T.S5-42
Hinaut, A.S11-4Mogi, H.S5-9Utsunomiya, T.S2-2
Hirahara, K.S2-4Moody, M.P.S10-4Utsunomiya, T.S5-14
Hirahara, T.S7-3Morikuni, Y.S5-13Utsunomiya, T.S5-27
Hirata, K.S5-28Morikuni, Y.S5-19Vanjarapu, Kesava Rao.S5-11
Hirata, K.S5-39Morikuni, Y.S5-38Verstijnen, T.J.F.S11-1
Hirose, K.S5-1Morikuni, Y.S10-2Vilhena, J.G.S11-4
Hirose, K.S5-3Mukai, S.S5-12Viswanath, P.S5-38
Hisatomi, T.S5-30Müllen, K.S11-4Viswanath, P.S10-2
Honbo, K.S5-39Nagahara, N.S5-10Wada, N.S5-9
Horike, S.S2-4Nagai, S.S5-7Walkup, D.S6-1
Horiuchi, K.S5-24Nakajima, K.S3-1Walkup, D.S6-2
Hossain, M.I.S2-1Nakajima, K.S5-23Wang, Shen-Yu.S9-2
Hossain, M.I.S5-17Nakamura, C.S3-3Wang, Y.S11-2
Huang, H. I.S7-2Nakayama, K.S5-6Watanabe, K.S6-1
Ichii, T.S2-2Nakazawa, K.S5-33Watanabe, K.S6-2
Ichii, T.S5-14Nakazawa, K.S5-36Watanabe, S.S5-29
Ichii, T.S5-27Nakazawa, K.S5-40Xue, J. W.S10-3
Ikarashi, T.S5-25Nakazawa, K.S5-42Yadav, R.S5-13
Ikarashi, T.S5-34Narita, A.S11-4Yamada, A.S8-3
Ikeda, M.S5-12Narita, J.S5-41Yamada, H.S5-22
Ikeda, T.S5-38Naruse, N.S5-21Yamada, H.S5-24
Ikram, H.M.S6-5Nazriq, N. K. M.S5-15Yamada, T. K.S5-15
Imadate, K.S2-4Nazriq, N.K.M.S2-5Yamada, T.K.S2-5
Inukai, J.S5-8Nguyen, H. K.S5-23Yamada, Y.S2-2
Irisawa, T.S5-5Nishi, T.S5-7Yamamoto, H.S5-6
Ishibashi, R.S8-1Nishino, T.S2-3Yamamoto, S.S5-28
Ishida, H.S5-41Nishiuchi, T.S5-16Yamamoto, S.S5-39
Itaya, K.S5-8Nishiyama, H.S5-30Yang, Yong-Cheng.S9-2
Iwahori, T.S5-18Nomura, M.S5-12Yeh, H.S7-1
Iwasa, Y.S5-25Nonaka, Y.S5-15Yoshida, S.S5-7
Iwata, F.S5-33Noujima, M.S5-39Yoshida, S.S5-9
Iwata, F.S5-36Ogura, T.S5-30Yoshimoto, S.S5-8
Iwata, F.S5-40Okada, A.S5-4Yoshimura, M.S5-4
Iwata, F.S5-42Okada, A.S5-10Yoshimura, M.S5-13
Iwata, K.S4-1Okajima, T.S3-2Yoshimura, M.S5-19
Joshi, P.S5-13Okajima, T.S5-41Yoshimura, M.S5-38
Kadono, K.S5-4Okano, N.S2-4Yoshimura, M.S10-2
Kadono, K.S5-10Ollier, A.S5-31Yoshimura, Masamichi.S5-11
Kageshima, M.S5-26Omi, J.S5-39Yoshino, T.S5-25
Kainuma, Y.S8-4Onishi, H.S5-30Yoshino, T.S5-34
Katakura, K.S5-33Ono, A.S5-18Yoshizawa, S.S5-32
Katano, S.S5-18Ono, A.S5-33Zeng, Y.S6-1
Kato, K.S5-6Ono, T.S2-3Zhitenev, N.S6-1
Kawaguchi, T.S5-2Otsuka, Y.S1-1Zhitenev, N. B.S6-2
Kawai, S.S5-16Pawlak, R.S5-16Zhou, Y.S5-30
Kawakami, N.S4-1Pawlak, R.S5-31Şahin, C.S11-1
Kawakami, N.S7-2Pawlak, R.S11-3