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3rd Ertl Symposium on
Surface Analysis and Dynamics
09-12 November 2014 in Berlin, Germany
I hosted by the FHI der MPG & Ertl Center, GIST
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Prof. Dr. Gerhard Ertl
Nobel Laureate 2007
Fritz-Haber-Institut der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft in Berlin, Germany
“for his studies of chemical processes on solid surfaces”
and Interface
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and Dynamics
At the beginning of the 21st century our world is facing serious problems with regards to
environment, climate, energy conversion, raw materials and food. All these global problems are
seeking scientific solutions, especially from physical chemistry and electrochemistry, and in this
connection analysis and dynamics are of tremendous importance, in particular for in-situ &
Operando methods on surface and interface reactions. It is expected that the 3rd Ertl symposium
will privide a good opportunity in these attempts, and we wish great success to all the people
involved in this enterprise.
Honorary Chair
Gerhard Ertl
Fritz-Haber-Institut der MPG & Ertl Center, GIST
Symposium Chairs
Jaeyoung Lee Robert Schlögl
Martin Wolf
Ertl Center & SESE, GIST
Fritz-Haber-Institut der MPG
Fritz-Haber-Institut der MPG
Organizing and Scientific Committee
Markus Eiswirth
Axel Knop-Gericke
Hye Jin Lee
Bongjin Simon Mun
A. Julia Stähler
Hamilton Varela
Fritz-Haber-Institut der MPG & Ertl Center, GIST
Fritz-Haber-Institut der MPG
Kyungpook National University
GIST & Advanced Light Source
Fritz-Haber-Institut der MPG
University of São Paulo & Fritz-Haber-Institut der MPG
Symposium Secretariat
Dorothea Damm Joey D. Ocon
Fritz-Haber-Institut der MPG
[email protected] / [email protected]
+82 62 715 2434 (Korea)
+49 30 8413 4401 (Germany)
Ertl Center, GIST
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Key Topics
Operando Surface Characterization
Computational Physical Chemistry
Chemical Energy Storage and Conversion
Accelerated Degradation Analysis
Physicochemical (Hydro) Dynamics
Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen and Water Reactions
Tutorial Courses : 09 November
Zhi Liu
Martin Wolf
Advanced Light Source
Fritz-Haber-Institut der MPG
Surface Femtochemistry
Plenary Lecture
Gerhard Ertl
Fritz-Haber-Institut der MPG & Ertl Center, GIST
Award Lectures (2014 Ertl Prize Winner)
Andreas Friedrich
Young Dok Kim
Deutsches Zentrum für Luft-und Raumfahrt
Sungkyunkwan University
Invited Speakers (tentative list)
Francisco Aires
Artur Braun
Zhifeng Ding
Gerd Ganteför
Axel Knop-Gericke
Axel Groß
Jacek Lipkowski
Hasuck Kim
Hiroshi Kondoh
Marc M. Koper
Katharina Krischer
Wei-Xue Li
Zhi Liu
Olaf Magnussen
Daniel Mandler
Institute of Researches on Catalysis and Environment in Lyon
Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology
University of Western Ontario
University of Konstanz
Fritz-Haber-Institut der MPG
University of Ulm
University of Guelph
Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology
Keio University
Leiden University
Technical University of Munich
Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics
Advanced Light Source
University of Kiel
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
3rd Ertl Symposium on Surface Analysis and Dynamics
Timothy K. Minton
Seung-Hyeon Moon
Martin Muhler
Bongjin Simon Mun
Anders Nilsson
Masatoshi Osawa
Elena Savinova
Rolf Schuster
A. Julia Stähler
Peter Strasser
Dangsheng Su
Norbert Wagner
Alastair W. Wark
Hye Jin Lee
Hamilton Varela
Montana State University
Ruhr-University Bochum
GIST & Advanced Light Source
Stanford University
Hokkaido University
University of Strasbourg
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Fritz-Haber-Institut der MPG
Technical University of Berlin
Institute of Metal Research & Fritz-Haber-Institut der MPG
Deutsches Zentrum für Luft-und Raumfahrt
University of Strathclyde
Kyungpook National University
University of São Paulo & Fritz-Haber-Institut der MPG
Abstract Submission by 31 August 2014
150-300 words with illustration and pictures in WORD file
E-mail submission: [email protected]
Conference Fee & Registration
▶ Regular participants: €350
Students: €200 The symposium registration fee includes a copy of the book of abstracts, lunch, coffee break
and conference dinner.
▶ Registration
Conference Venue
The 3rd Ertl Symposium on Surface Analysis and Dynamics will be
held in the Harnack-House, the conference venue of the Max Planck
Society, around 200 meters from U3 Thielplatz. The symposium
venue can easily be reached by the well-established public traffic
system in Berlin. For details of the location, see:
U3 Thielplatz
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Nov. 9
Nov. 10
Nov. 11
Opening / 05
G. Ertl / PL / 40
Y. D. Kim / AL 01 / 35
Oral 01 / 20
A. Friedrich / AL 02 / 35
B. S. Mun / IL 07 / 30
Wei-Xue Li / IL 08 / 30
AxelGroß / KN07 / 35
G. Gantäfer / IL 15 / 30
P. Strasser / IL 16 / 30
Arrival &
Coffee Break
A. Nilsson / KN 01 / 35
Zhi Liu / IL 01 / 30
A. Julia Stähler / IL 02 / 30
Nov. 12
Zhifeng Ding / KN 04 /35
F. Aires / IL 09 / 30
N. Wagner / IL 10 / 30
Artur Braun / KN 08 / 35
Daniel Mandler / IL 17 / 30
O. Magnussen / IL 18 / 30
Tutorial 01 / 90
14:10 -15:40
Martin Wolf
M. Muhler / KN 02 / 35
IL 03 / 30
H. Varela / 02 / 20
M. Osawa / IL 04 / 30
H. Kondoh / KN 05 / 35
R. Schuster / IL 11 / 30
J. Choi / Oral 04 / 20
A. Knop-Gericke / IL 12 / 30
K. Krischer / KN 09 / 35
Oral 06 / 20
H. J. Lee / Oral 07 / 20
M. Koper / KN 10 / 35
Closing / 05
Excursion &
Culture Night
Coffee Break
Tutorial 02 / 90
16:05 ~ 17:45
Zhi Liu
J. Lipkowski / KN 03 / 35
HasuckKim / IL 05 / 30
Serhiy Cherevko / 03 / 20
IL 06 / 30
D. Su / KN 06 / 35
A. W. Wark / IL 13 / 30
Oral 05 / 20
E. Savinova / IL 14 / 30
Welcome Reception
Poster Session
Conference Dinner
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Supports and Sponsors
The conference will be held at Tagungsstätte Harnack-House, Ihnestraße 16-20, 14195
Berlin. The room rates can be found in the following link:
Berlin has plenty of possibility for accommodations ranging from
pensions (guest houses) to five star luxurious hotels. Please make
your reservation through your travel agency or by yourself viathe
internet, for instance, using:
Hotel.de / Berlin.de / Venere.com / HRS.com
About Berlin
Berlin has regarded itself as a city of knowledge and culture since the days of Friedrich the
Great in the 18th century. The political and cultural developments of the 19th and 20th century
are visible throughout Berlin’s landscape, reflecting both the history of architecture and
various approaches to deal with the consequences of war and destruction.
Berlin’s cultural offerings have something for every taste: world-renowned museums like
the Pergamon Museum and the Old National Gallery; names like Daniel Barenboim, and the
Berlin Philharmonic with its chief conductor, Simon Rattle; and a young and creative
alternative scene.