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The APXPS-2019 workshop is hosted by MAX IV Laboratory and brings together scientists from different fields including catalysis, electrochemistry, and environmental science in Lund, Sweden, to focus on the latest developments in the application of Ambient Pressure XPS.
The workshop features plenary and invited speakers by experts in various fields, contributed oral presentations, and sponsored commercial talks. The talks on Tuesday (10th of December) afternoon focus on recent developments of the APXPS technique, while the program on Wednesday and Thursday focuses on scientific applications of APXPS. Wednesday afternoon there is also a poster session at Skissernas museum, and the conference dinner takes place at Grand Hotel Lund, where you will have a chance to enjoy a traditional Swedish Christmas Dinner. Friday morning you will get a chance to experience Swedish Lucia and visit MAX IV Laboratory. The 2019 edition of the workshop is organised jointly by the beamline team of the SPECIES and HIPPIE beamlines and hosted by MAX IV Laboratory.
We are looking for Postdocs at MAX IV Laboratory in APXPS:
Bernd Winter, Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin and BESSY II (Plenary)
Photoelectron Spectroscopy from Liquid Microjets: New Developments and Opportunities
William Chueh, Stanford University (Plenary)
Mechanistic understanding of redox reactions on cerium oxide: CO2, H2O and O2 reduction
Enrique Ortega, Universidad del País Vasco (Invited)
Ignition of the catalytic CO oxidation at Pd and Pt surfaces curved around the (111) direction
Kees-Jan Weststrate, Syngaschem BV (Invited)
Using high resolution XPS at low and near-ambient pressures to resolve mechanistic issues in cobalt-catalyzed Fischer-Tropsch synthesis
Fredrik Lindgren, Uppsala University (Invited)
The road towards operandi measurements of Li-ion battery electrodes
Peter Amann, Stockholm University (Invited)
High-pressure x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy for studies of catalytic materials above atmospheric pressure
Qiang Fu, Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics (Invited)
Catalysis and energy processes confined under 2D layers explored by near ambient pressure photoemission electron microscopy and spectroscopy (NAP-PEEM/PES)
Andrei Kolmakov, NIST (Invited)
From Spectromicroscopy to Nanofabrication In liquids with Soft X-rays
Matthias Minjauw, Ghent University (Invited)
In situ X-ray based characterization of atomic layer deposition
Best Poster Price
The prize for the best poster is sponsored by SPECS Surface Nano Analysis GmbH and is 500 EUR for the first place, 300 EUR - second, and 200 EUR - third place.