Invited talks

 

Invited conference talks:

  1. High-resolution photoelectron spectroscopy
    10th International Meeting of Croatian and Slovenian Vacuum Societies; May 22, 2003, Brdo pri Kranju, Slovenia
  2. Low- and variable-temperature scanning tunneling microscopy
    Workshop “Our 25 Years in Surface Science @Institut za fiziku”; May  13, 2005,  Zagreb, Croatia
  3. High resolution ARPES: a tool for characterizing an electron in a box
    Wroclaw-Bonn Workshop on Surface Physics and Chemistry; March  23-26, 2006, Wroclaw, Poland
  4. The electronic and structural properties of Al2O3/Ni3Al(111) and their relation to 2-D nanostructuring
    From Solid State To BioPhysics III; June 29-July 1, 2006, Cavtat, Croatia
  5. Ordered surface structure: Basis of a nanoworld studied by STM (case study – Pd(110))
    11th Joint Vacuum Congress; 25th September 2006, Prague, Czech Republic
  6. Graphene: shaping Dirac fermions for the application
    4th International Workshop on Surface Physics; September 21-25, 2009, Ladek Zdrój, Poland
  7. Grafen: oblikovanje Diracovih Fermiona za primjenu
    6th Croatian Physical society meeting; October 8-11, 2009, Primošten, Croatia
  8. Exploring and exploiting intercalation of epitaxial graphene, The European Workshop on Epitaxial Graphene and 2D Materials, June 15-19, 2014, Primošten, Croatia
  9. Exploring the mechanism behind the alkali metal intercalation process in epitaxial graphene, 73 IUVSTA Workshop on Nanostructures on 2D solids, September 22-26, 2014, Eisenerz, Ausria
  10. ‘Chemical’ and ‘mechanical’ engineering of epitaxial graphene, C-MAC Days 2014, December 8-11, 2014, Zagreb, Croatia
  11. Tailoring of layered 2D materials: epitaxial graphene and beyond, 22nd International Scientific Meeting on Vacuum Science and Technique, May 21-22, 2015, Osilnica, Slovenia
  12. Chemical and mechanical nanoengineering of (epitaxial) graphene, Energy Materials and Nanotechnology Qingdao Meeting, June 14-17, 2015, Qingdao, China
  13. Epitaksijalni grafen i srodni 2D materijali, 9th Croatian Physical society meeting, October 5-7, 2015, Umag, Croatia
  14. Graphene applications, Innovation – Driven Defence Enterprising, October 19-20, 2015, Zagreb, Croatia
  15. 2D materials modifications and growth controlled in situ, International Workshop on Nanomaterials and Nanodevices, July 8-10, 2016, Beijing, China
  16. Synthesis and properties of graphene and transition metal dichalcogenides with atomic-scale precision, Solid-State Science & Research meeting, June 28-30, 2017, Zagreb, Croatia
  17. In situ visual observation of 2D materials growth and modifications, and characterization of their optical properties, VI International School and Conference on Photonics – Photonica2017, Aug 28-Sept 1, 2017, Belgrade, Serbia
  18. Microscopic and spectroscopic characterization of epitaxial graphene and transition metal dichalcogenides, 13th Multinational Congress on Microscopy, Sept 24-29, 2017, Rovinj, Croatia
  19. Atomic-scale control of epitaxial graphene and TMDs, Workshop 2D Nanomaterials and Emerging Technologies, Dec 5-6, 2017, Osijek, Croatia
  20. Novel two-dimensional materials and their properties, 17th Joint Vacuum Conference, Sep 10-14, 2018, Olomouc, Czech Republic
  21. Sinteza 2D materijala te fizikalna i kemijska modifikacija njihovih svojstava, 11. znanstveni sastanak Hrvatskog fizikalnog društva, Oct 3-5, 2018, Beli Manastir, Croatia
  22. In situ growth control and further physical and chemical engineering of CVD MoS2, 4th International Conference on 2D Materials and Technologies, Dec 10-13, 2018, Melbourne, Australia
  23. Pristine and modified interfaces with epitaxial 2D materials: electronic and optical properties, SPb Photonic, Optoelectronic, & Electronic Materials, May 25-28, 2021, Saint-Petersburg, Russia, online participation
  24. Atomically Thin Multilayer Architectures for Plasmonics, International Symposium on Nanoscale Research, Sep 20-21, 2021, Leoben, Austria

Invited talks and colloquia at universities and institutes:

  1. Interfaces: unvoidable tailors of QW’s properties
    Institut für Physikalische und Theoretische Chemie, Universität Bonn; 28th November 2003
    Bonn, Germany (invited by Klaus Wandelt)
  2. Scenario of hybridization for ultra thin Ag films: Ag/V(100) study
    Condensed Matter Department, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid; 2nd December 2004
    Madrid, Spain (invited by Enrique Michel)
  3. Scenario of hybridization for ultra thin Ag films: Ag/V(100) study
    Laboratoire de Cristallographie, C.N.R.S.; 17th December 2004
    Grenoble, France (invited by Mauricio de Santis)
  4. Access to the electronic structure with nanometer precision
    Institut za fiziku; 1st September 2005
    Zagreb, Croatia (invited by Ognjen Milat)
  5. Structural entities of alumina films and their relation to 2-D nanostructuring: Al2O3/Ni3Al(111)
    Materials Science Institute of Madrid; 29th November 2005
    Madrid, Spain (invited by Maria Alonso)
  6. Understanding structural entities of alumina films and their relation to 2-D nanostructuring
    Condensed Matter Department, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid; 2nd December 2005
    Madrid, Spain (invited by Enrique Michel)
  7. Ordered thin alumina film with tempting electronic, structural and template properties
    Condensed Matter Physics and Material Science Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory; 25th July 2006
    Upton, USA (invited by Tonica Valla)
  8. Tailoring properties of adsorbed metal layers, clusters and molecules by controlling dimensionality and interaction with substrates
    Center for Integrated Science & Engineering, Columbia University; 28th July 2006
    New York, USA (invited by Richard Osgood)
  9. Physics and chemistry on the anisotropic surface: studies on Pd(110)
    Institut für Physikalische und Theoretische Chemie, Universität Bonn; 24th November 2006
    Bonn, Germany (invited by Conrad Becker)
  10. ARPES as a tool to study low dimensional structures
    II. Physikalisches Institut, Universität zu Köln; 3rd April 2007
    Cologne, Germany (invited by Thomas Michely)
  11. Nearly neutral graphene on Ir(111)
    Condensed Matter Physics and Material Science Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory; 16th October 2008
    Upton, USA (invited by Tonica Valla)
  12. Superlattice effects in graphene on Ir(111)
    Center for Integrated Science & Engineering, Columbia University; 24th October 2008
    New York, USA (invited by Richard Osgood)
  13. Epitaksijalni grafen: izazov za fundamentalna istraživanja i primjenu
    Department of Physics, University of Zagreb; 2nd December 2008
    Zagreb, Croatia (invited by Hrvoje Buljan)
  14. The revival of a carbon monolayer: highly desirable contamination
    Institut für Physikalische und Theoretische Chemie, Universität Bonn; 31st March 2009
    Bonn, Germany (invited by Klaus Wandelt)
  15. Surface science approach to a carbon monolayer: epitaxial graphene for fundamential research and application
    Institute of Experimental Physics; 26th February 2010
    Wroclaw, Poland (invited by Aleksander Krupski)
  16. Graphene on Ir(111): particular example of epitaxial graphene
    Institute of Condensed Matter Physics, EPFL; 20th May 2010
    Lausanne, Switzerland (invited by Laszlo Forro)
  17. High-quality graphene on Ir(111) viewed by angle-resolved photoemission
    Lehrstuhl für Festkörperphysik, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg; 11th November 2010
    Erlangen, Germany (invited by Thomas Fauster)
  18. Electronic properties of high-quality monolayer graphene on Ir(111)
    Max-Planck-Institut für Festkörperforschung; 19th May 2011
    Stuttgart, Germany (invited by Ulrich Starke)
  19. From neutral to chemically doped epitaxial graphene
    Center for Integrated Science & Engineering, Columbia University; 22nd September 2011
    New York, USA (invited by Richard Osgood)
  20. Understanding intercalation of epitaxial graphene in real space and real time
    II. Physikalisches Institut, Universität zu Köln; 7th December 2011
    Köln, Germany (invited by Carsten Busse)
  21. Doing fundamental research on epitaxial grapheme: Paving the way for applications
    Department of Chemistry, Kyoto University; 3rd August 2012
    Kyoto, Japan (invited by Yoshijasu Matsumoto)
  22. Doing fundamental research on epitaxial grapheme: Paving the way for applications
    Department of Chemistry, Osaka University; 9th August 2012
    Osaka, Japan (invited by Toshiaki Munakata and Hideaki Kasai)
  23. Electronic bands of epitaxial graphene: Getting to know them and making them susceptible to tailor-made solutions
    Institut Néel CNRS; 24th June 2013
    Grenoble, France (invited by Johann Coraux)
  24. Sweeping around and under the thinnest rug: Epitaxial graphene on Ir(111)
    CINaM – Centre Interdisciplinaire de Nanoscience de Marseille; 25th June 2013
    Marseille, France (invited by Conrad Becker)
  25. Hibridne strukture epitaksijalnog grafena: vrata prema primjeni
    Physics Department – University of Zagreb; 10th December 2013
    Zagreb, Croatia (invited by Damir Paić)
  26. Exploring the mechanism behind the alkali metal intercalation process in epitaxial graphene
    Department of Physics and Astronomy – Aarhus University, 21st October 2014
    Aarhus, Denmark (invited by Philip Hofmann)
  27. Chemical and mechanical engineering of epitaxial graphene
    Physik-Institut – University of Zurich, 25th March 2015
    Zurich, Switzerland (invited by Thomas Greber)
  28. Engineering epitaxial graphene by adsorption, intercalation and strain
    NUS Centre for Advanced 2D Materials – National University of Singapore, 3rd June 2015
    Singapore (invited by Slaven Garaj)
  29. Aspects of epitaxial graphene engineering: adsorption, intercalation, strain, and transfer
    Institute of Chemistry – Chinese Academy of Sciences, 09th June 2015
    Beijing, China (invited by Junqi Liu)
  30. Aspects of epitaxial graphene engineering: adsorption, intercalation, strain, and transfer
    Institute of Physics – Chinese Academy of Sciences, 10th June 2015
    Beijing, China (invited by Hongjun Gao / Ye-Liang Wang)
  31. Primjene epitaksijalnog grafena: adsorpcija, interkalacija, elasticnost
    MedILS, 13th July 2015
    Split, Croatia (invited by Vlasta Bonačić-Koutecky)
  32. Complex structures based on epitaxial graphene
    QM2 – Quantum Matter and Materials – Universität zu Köln, 26th August 2015
    Köln, Germany (invited by Carsten Busse)
  33. Epitaxial graphene on Ir – how to change the binding interaction and properties on the ‘same’ substrate
    Institute of Chemistry – Chinese Academy of Sciences, 6th July 2016
    Beijing, China (invited by Bin Wu)
  34. Controlling the binding interaction and doping of epitaxial graphene at nano- and micro-scales
    Institute of Physics Belgrade – Belgrade, 12th October 2016
    Belgrade, Serbia (invited by Marko Spasenovic)
  35. Moderni 2D materijali
    Department of Physics, J.J. Strossmayer University, 20th October 2016
    Osijek, Croatia (invited by Denis Stanic)
  36. 2D materials modifications and growth
    Institut für Materialphysik, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, 25th October 2016
    Münster, Germany (invited by Carsten Busse)
  37. Atomic-scale control of epitaxial graphene and transition metal dichalcogenides
    Physics and Astronomy Department, University of Pennsylvania, 19th May 2017
    Philadelphia, USA (invited by Marija Drndic)
  38. Atomic-scale control of epitaxial graphene and transition metal dichalcogenides
    Physics Department, University at Buffalo, 22nd May 2017
    Buffalo, USA (invited by Igor Zutic)
  39. Transferring millimeter sized atomically thin layers: atomic-scale defects and structural modifications
    II. Physikalisches Institut, Universität zu Köln, 13th November 2017
    Köln, Germany (invited by Thomas Michely)
  40. Microscopic and spectroscopic characterization of two-dimensional materials
    Department Physik der Universität Siegen, 15th November 2017
    Siegen, Germany (invited by Carsten Busse)
  41. Physical and chemical engineering of novel 2D materials
    Institute of Chemistry, Technology and Metallurgy, 24th September 2018
    Belgrade, Serbia (invited by Marko Spasenovic)
  42. Physical and chemical engineering of novel 2D materials
    Institut für Physik, Montanuniversität Leoben, 6th November 2018
    Leoben, Austria (invited by Christian Teichert)
  43. Physical and chemical engineering of graphene and MoS2
    Department of Chemistry, Kyoto University, 7th December 2018
    Kyoto, Japan (invited by Kazuya Watanabe)

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