2010 Advanced Light Source Users` Meeting Workshop on Spin-Resolved Photoemission  

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, October 14-15, 2010

Contacts: Alexei Fedorov- avfedorov@lbl.gov; Alessandra Lanzara- alanzara@lbl.gov; Chris Jozwiak- cmjozwiak@lbl.gov

 

Map
Schedule

 

Invited Speakers:

ABC order
Titles
Talks
Abstracts

Arun Bansil

Northeastern University

Modeling Spin-Resolved ARPES Spectra in Topological Insulators, Pnictides and Cuprates: Opportunities and Challenges
       

Yuri Dedkov

Fritz-Haber-Institut der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft

Spin-resolved photoemission of surface-related magnetism effects

       

Daniel Dessau

University of Colorado, Boulder

Electronic structure of colossal magnetoresistive oxides
       

Markus Donath

Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster

Spin- and Time-Resolved Two-Photon Photoemission: Image-Potential States as Sensors for Magnetization and Electron Dynamics
1
       

Hermann A. Dürr

SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory

Spin dependent electronic self-energy in transition metals: Do we understand the 3d electronic correlations?

       

Charles Fadley

University of California, Davis & LBNL

Exploiting Core-Level Spin Polarization in NGLS Experiments
1
       

Zahid Hasan

Princeton University

Discovery of Topological Insulators and related Superconductors
via Spin-Arpes
       

Chris Jozwiak

University of California, Berkeley

The spin-TOF spectrometer: high efficiency with TOF exchange scattering detection
1
       

Luca Moreschini

ALS, LBNL

A time-of-flight system for spin-resolved photoemission with soft x-rays
1
       

Juerg Osterwalder

Universität Zürich

Measuring spin-polarization vectors of surface states
1
       

Lukasz Plucinski

Research Centre Jülich

A hemispherical photoelectron spectrometer with 2-dimensional delay-line detector and integrated spin-polarization analysis
1
       

Oliver Rader

Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin für Materialien und Energie

Spin-orbit effects in quantum cavities, graphene and topological insulators
1
       

Boris Sinkovic

University of Connecticut

Materials and Interfaces for Spintronics Applications
 
       

Kevin Smith

Boston University

Electronic Structure in Rare-Earth Nitrides – Spectroscopic Studies of Novel Spintronic Materials
       

Oscar Tjernberg

Royal Institute of Technology, KTH

Spin-ARPES at MAX III
       

James Tobin

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Proof of Dynamical Spin Shielding in Ce from Spin-Resolved Photoelectron Spectroscopy
1
       

Tonica Valla

Brookhaven National Laboratory

TBA
 
       

Elio Vescovo

Brookhaven National Laboratory

The Fe(110) Magnetic Reorientation Transition
1
       

A new instrument for Spin-Resolved Photoelectron Spectroscopy is coming to Beamline 12.0.1 of the Advanced Light Source in Berkeley, California.

We invited experts in angle and spin-resolved photoemission to share their thoughts about these techniques and the ways they can contribute to solving outstanding problems of condensed matter physics.

In addition, we will discuss new instrumentation developments and we will try to predict the future of photoemission at the next generation light sources based on free electron lasers.

The workshop on Spin Resolved Photemission will include invited presentations and group discussions.

We encourage students and postdocs to take an active part in the workshop and come up with short (~10 minutes) either well-prepared or spontaneous talks.