Nanometer-Range Strain Distribution in Layered Incommensurate Systems

O. Stetsovych, F. Dvořák, L. Szabová, S. Fabris, J. Mysliveček, and V. Matolín, Phys. Rev. Lett. 109, 266102 (2012).

CO and O2 overlayers on Pd nanocrystals supported on TiO2(110)

C.-M. Yim, C.-L. Pang, D. S. Humphrey, C. A. Muryn, K. Schulte, R. Perez, G. Thornton, Faraday Discuss. 162, 191 (2012).

Atomistic Structure of Cobalt-Phosphate Nanoparticles for Catalytic Water Oxidation

X. L. Hu, S. Piccinin, A. Laio, and S. Fabris, ACS NANO 6, 10497 (2012).

Thin NaCl films on silver (001): island growth and work function

G. Cabailh, C. R. Henry and C. Barth, New J. Phys. 14, 103037 (2012).

Jan Ingo Flege

Oxide Flatlands

Institute of Solid State Physics and MAPEX Center for Materials and ProcessesUniversity of Bremen, Germany 

flege newDr. Jan Ingo Flege received his PhD in Physics at the University of Hamburg, Germany in 2004. After completing two postdoctoral positions (2004/05: University of Bremen, Germany; 2006/07: Brookhaven National Laboratory, NY, United States) he joined the group of Prof. Dr. Jens Falta at the Institute of Solid State Physics at the University of Bremen as research associate in 2008. Besides teaching, he is designing and leading the research projects targeting growth, characterization, and manipulation of transition metal and rare-earth oxides surfaces and interfaces as well as graphene. >>>

WG4 Meeting

London, 9. – 10. May 2013

The WG4 meeting was organised by Alexander Shluger at the Department of Physics and Astronomy, University College London (UK). It brought together more than 40 researchers from the COST Action as well as from several colleges across London. >>>

Joint WG1 + WG3 Meeting

Vienna, 18. – 19. April 2013

The meeting was locally organized by Günther Rupprechter in close connection with the WG1 and WG2 Coordinators at the Vienna University of Technology. The meeting saw the participation of approximately 60 scientists. >>>

WG2 Meeting

Modena, 21. – 22. March 2013

firstWG2_groupHeld in the historical “Complesso San Geminiano”, it was the first unique occasion for discussing WG2 research advances along the two directions which define the WG2 mission, i.e. the preparation of new forms of reducible oxides and the development/improvement of analytical methods and techniques. >>>

Morphology and nanostructure of CeO2(111) surfaces of single crystals and Si(111) supported ceria films

H. H. Pieper ,  C. Derks ,  M. H. Zoellner ,  R. Olbrich ,  L. Tröger , T. Schroeder ,  M. Neumann, and M. Reichling, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 14, 15361 (2012).

CECAM Workshop: Understanding Structure and Functions of Reducible Oxide Systems – A Challenge for Theory and Experiment

Zaragoza, Spain 20-23.06.2011