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Plenary and Invited Speakers

Plenary speakers

R. J. Dwayne Miller, Prof. Dr.
Max Planck Institute for the Structure and Dynamics of Matter & The Hamburg Center for Ultrafast Imaging,
and Department of Chemistry and Physics, University of Toronto

“Mapping Atomic Motions with Ultrabright Electrons”

Alex Dommann, Dr.
Department ‘Materials meet Life’, EMPA St. Gallan
“How cold emitters could affect the X-Ray imaging”

Walter Wuensch, Dr.
Beams Department, CERN
“High-gradient accelerators, vacuum breakdown and field emission”

Invited speakers

Claus Ropers, Prof. Dr.
IV. Physical Institute, University of Göttingen
“Nonlinear photoemission from metal nanotips – basic phenomena and applications in ultrafast electron diffraction”

Peter Hommelhoff, Prof. Dr.
University of Erlangen
“When femtosecond laser pulses meet nanostructures: from attosecond physics at metal tips to novel particle acceleration schemes”

Hirofumi Yanagisawa, Dr.
Institut für Quantenelektronik, ETH Zurich
“Mechanism of laser-induced field emission from tungsten tip in weak and strong field regime”

Hong Koo Kim, Prof. Dr.
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Petersen Institute of NanoScience and Engineering, University of Pittsburgh
“Space charge neutralization by suspended graphene in nanoscale vacuum electronic devices”

Otto Zhou, Prof. Dr.
The University of North Carolina at Chappel Hill
“Field emission x-ray source array for medical imaging and radiation therapy”

Pierre Legagneux, Dr.
“CNT field emission sources for X-ray applications”

Joachim Burgdörfer, Prof. Dr.
Institu für Theoretische Physik, Technische Universität Wien
“Interaction of ultrashort laser pulses with condensed matter: dielectrics and nanotips”

L. K. Ang, Prof. Dr.
SUTD-MIT international design Center, Singapore university of technology and design
“Modeling of electron emission from graphene and metal tip”

Flyura Djurabekova, Dr.
Helsinki Institute of Physics and Department of Physics, University of Helsinki
“Multiphysics simulations of onset of vacuum electrical breakdowns: high electric field effects on conducting surfaces”

Pieter Kruit, Prof. Dr.
Faculty of Applied Sciences, Delft University of Technology
“Multi-Electron-Beam Nanoelectronics”

Steve Purcell, Dr.
Institute Lumière Matière, Université de Lyon 1
“Studies of Individual Si nanowires by Field Emission Transport Measurements”

Ningsheng Xu, Prof. Dr.
School of Physics and Engineering, Sun Yat-Sen University
“Two-Dimensional Atomic Crystal as Field Electron Emission Materials and Understanding Their Mechanism”