Thursday, August 30th, 2018 Friday, August 31st, 2018
8:30h Registration
8:50h Welcome
9:00h Matteo Mannini – University of Firenze (invited)
X-rays for the characterization of magnetic molecules at the nanoscale
Jan Dreiser – Paul Scherrer Institut (invited)
Shedding light on functional molecular magnetic interfaces
10:00h Daniel E. Bürgler – Forschungszentrum Jülich
Spin-Polarized Scanning Tunneling Microscopy and Spectroscopy of Single Hybrid Molecular Magnets
Sadaf Fatima – University of Karachi
Atomic scale evidence of the switching mechanism in a photomagnetic CoFe dinuclear Prussian Blue Analogue
10:30h Coffee break Coffee break
11:00h Floriana Tuna – University of Manchester (invited)
Molecular Nanomagnets as Electron Spin Qubits: Magnetic, CASSCF and Pulsed EPR Studies
Emilia Annese – Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (invited)
In-situ versus ex-situ characterization of hybrid organic-inorganic interface
12:00h Maximiliano D. Martins – Centro de Desenvolvimento da Tecnologia Nuclear
Non-collinear magnetism in Co monolayer on Ru (0001)
Jeovani Brandão – Brazilian Synchrotron Light Laboratory/CNPEM
Understanding the formation of nanomagnetic textures imaged by magnetic force microscopy
12:30h Dayane Souza Chaves – Institut Néel Grenoble
Room-temperature chiral magnetic skyrmions in magnetic nanostructures   observed by Photoemission Electron Microscope (PEEM )
Lunch / Closing
13:00h Lunch
14:00h Stephen Hill – Florida State University (invited)
Molecular Nanomagnetism Studies Using High-Field Electron Paramagnetic Resonance
15:00h Georgios Velkos – Leibniz-Institut für Festkörper- und Werkstoffforschung
Surface magnetism of single molecule magnets based on endohedral metallofullerenes
15:30h About the SIRIUS project
16:00h Coffee break / Poster Session / Visit to SIRIUS
18:00h End of the first day