Starting Sunday March 2nd I will attend the meeting of the german mass spectrometry society DGMS. The conference takes place in Frankfurt. I even got to present two posters, even though I applied too late. Take a look http://www.dgms2014.uni-frankfurt.de/ .
The new year 2013 starts as busy as 2012 ended. New people joined the lab and we have to finish many projects that yielded great result. About this soon more, here.
Now that the semester has ended, the conference season starts again and we will show our work. So far the following meetings are on our schedule, a few others may be added.
Annual meeting of the Condensed Matter Section of the German Physical Society.
Our Contribution has been selected to compete for the Gerhard-Ertl-Young Investigator Award. Even if I do not get it, it is a great honor to be one of the five to present there.
further there will be one talk
and two posters from our group
ISSC meeting, Nottingham
Ion Beam Meeting, Leipzig
a workshop of the german ion beam community
VEIT Summer School, Sozopol
For a while we have been measuring and getting nice results. This year we could present ES-IBD plenty on conferences. Here is the summary:
– Material Research Society (MRS) spring meeting: talks by G. Rinke, C. Kley, S. Rauschenbach. poster by S. Rauschenbach
– International Conference on Nanotechnology (ICN+T) Paris: talk and poster by S. Rauschenbach
– International Material Research Congress (IMRC) invited talk by S. Rauschenbach
– International Mass Spectrometry Conference (IMSC): talk by S. Rauschenbach, poster by M. Pauly
Looking at our new data, there is hope that we will be traveling again next year. Certainly not all conferences provided the right audience for our work. But we certainly will go again to the ICN+T and the IMSC, since they are excellent meetings of very high quality, focused on the thing we do: that mix of mass spectrometry and surface science.
Many of our results are presented this year on the ICN+T 2012 conference in Paris (http://www.icnt2012.org/). I find the meeting very good, since it really focuses the surface science community in one place and can recommend it thus highly.
It is even more enjoyable, since Paris is such a lively city and the Sorbonne turns out to be an extraordinary meeting place.