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Third International Workshop on Nanoscale Spectroscopy

Third International Workshop on Nanoscale Spectroscopy

The Third International Workshop on Nanoscale Spectroscopy and Nanotechnology will take place at the University of Maryland from December 10-14. Professor Ray Phaneuf of the MSE department is chairing the local organization committee, which also includes Doug English (Treasurer, Chemistry), Stephan Stranick (Secretary, NIST), Janice Reutt Robey (Chemistry), Dennis Drew (Physics) and Dan Gammon (NRL). This workshop will serve as a forum for top researchers from the US, Europe and Japan to present results demonstrating the capabilities of highly-spatially resolved spectroscopic techniques to systems of scientific and technological interest. The scope of the workshop will include recent results from a variety of techniques, with sessions on spectroscopic photoemission microscopy and spectromicroscopy, near-field scanning optical microscopy, scanning tunneling microscopy-based techniques, and cathode luminescence. In addition, there will be focus sessions on transport across interfaces to nanostructures, critical issues in quantum dots, and single molecule spectroscopies (SMS). The opening reception will be at the Inn & Conference Center on Dec. 10, while the technical sessions will be at the Laboratory for Physical Sciences, beginning Dec. 11.at 8:30. More information is available at:

November 18, 2005


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