Nuclear Methods
in Studying
Thin Films and Heterostructures

 13-16 November, 2003

KFKI Budapest, Hungary

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The workshop is a Csillebérc Research Seminar and is a Work Package 5 action of the Condensed Matter Research Center (CMRC).

Sponsored by the EC (Contract No. ICA1-CT-2000-70029) and Flemish-Hungarian Bilateral Projects No: B-92/02 and No: B-9/01


Venue

The daily program of the workshop will take place in Building I of the KFKI campus. Accommodation for non-local participants is reserved in Hotel Normafa. The hotel is situated in a pleasant quiet area of Budapest. The organizers will provide car transport between the hotel and the workshop site. Should you not have done so yet, please let us know your planned arrival and departure date and time. Please be prepared for a murky, cold, perhaps rainy November weather in Budapest.

 

How to get to Hotel Normafa?

·       By car from Motorway M1 or M7

·       By shuttle service from Budapest Ferihegy Airport

·       By public transport


By car from Motorways M1 and M7 to Hotel Normafa:

Hotel Normafa is situated about 4 km distance from the common campus of several physics research institutes which constitute KFKI, hosting also CMRC, the Condensed Matter Research Center.
Therefore we borrow the instructions from the KFKI website on how-to-get-there by car. Please follow the instructions and the map provided there (up to location No. 2). This is your target. Hotel Normafa is on your left just before the main road makes a sharp left turn. Address: 1121 Budapest, Eötvös út 52-54. Enter the parking lot and you reach the hotel via the drive-way through an automatic gate (ring the bell on the right post).


By shuttle service from Budapest Ferihegy Airport to Hotel Normafa:

Ferihegy airport has two terminals, Terminal 2a and Terminal 2b. The flights of Malév (the Hungarian airline company) use terminal 2a, all other flights use terminal 2b. Some German companies use Terminal 1.

In your own interests we suggest that you avoid taking a taxi. A shuttle bus service called “Airport Minibus” (phone: (+36) 80/296 855, (+36 1) 296-8555 fax: (+36 1) 296-8993) operates between Budapest Ferihegy airport and the city. The shuttle service picks up passengers to take to/from their destination from/to the airport. The flat fare is (2100HUF=~8 Euro single or 3600HUF=~14 Euro return - as of 20/10/2003) to/from anywhere inside the city bounds. On arrival simply visit the Airport Minibus Desk and state your destination (Hotel Normafa, H-1121 Budapest, Eötvös út 52-54. Phone: (+36 1) 395-6584). Before departure from Budapest, it is best to call Airport Minibus desk about 24 hours in advance of your take off time to ensure your shuttle reservation.


By public transport from Budapest city:

It is quite easy to reach Hotel Normafa by public transport, take bus No. 21 at Moszkva tér, which is a central location on the Buda side of Budapest accessible by metro and a number of bus and tram lines. Travel time is about 15 minutes. Get off the bus at the terminal and walk back about 50 meters. The hotel entrance is at the far end of the parking lots.


General

The language of the workshop is English. The tentative program and the available abstracts are listed below.

An overhead and a video projector (beamer) connected to a laptop computer installed with 1.4 Mb floppy drive, CD ROM and USB 2.0 Pen Drive as well as WinXP Professional operation system and Microsoft PowerPoint 2000 will be at your disposal. Should you want to use the video projector, and need a different software environment please let us know well in advance. In order to minimize technical delays between lectures, please use the installed computer and bring your lecture material copied onto a floppy, CD or Pen Drive.


 

Contacts

László BOTTYÁN

Dept. Nuclear Physics, KFKI-Research Institute for Particle and Nuclear Physics,

H-1121 Budapest, Konkoly Thege Miklós út 29-33;

Letters: H-1525 P.O.B. 49 HUNGARY

Phone:(36-1) 392-2761

Fax:(36-1) 39-59-151

e-mail:bottyan@rmki.kfki.hu

Judit BALOGH

Research Institute for Solid State Physics and Optics

H-1121 Budapest, Konkoly Thege Miklós út 29-33;

Letters: H-1525 P.O.B. 49 HUNGARY

Phone:(36-1) 392 2636

          Fax: (36-1) 392 2215

e-mail:baloghj@szfki.hu

 


 


 

Tentative Programme

 

 

Thursday, 13 November

 

12:00-

Arrival to Hotel Normafa. (Hotel rooms are available from noon.)

 

15:00-

Inauguration celebration of the MBE system (Building III in KFKI). In Hungarian.

 

17:00-19:00

Workshop registration in Hotel Normafa. Please contact the organisers for details.

 

19:00

Welcome drink in Hotel Normafa

 

 

 

Friday, 14 November

 

08:30

By public transport (Bus No. 90) to KFKI campus

 

 

Chair: H. Zabel

 

08:55

Opening

05’ 

09:00

Boerma (Madrid)

   30'+5’

09:35

Meersschaut (Leuven)

   30'+5’

10:10

J. Major (Stuttgart)

   30'+5’

10:45

Coffee Break

~15'

 

Chair: H.D. Carstanjen

 

11:00

Szenes (Budapest)

   20'+5’

11:25

Radnóczi (Budapest)

   20'+5’

11:50

Menyhárd (Budapest)

   20'+5’

12:15

Erdélyi (Debrecen)

   20'+5’

12:40

Lunch

~80'

 

Chair: P. Lieb

 

14:00

Leupold (Grenoble/Rostock)

   30'+5’

14:35

Deák (Budapest)

   30'+5’

15:10

Nagy (Budapest)

   30'+5’

15:45

Coffee Break

~15'

 

Chair: M. Rots

 

16:00

Chumakov (Grenoble)

   30'+5’

16:35

Korecki (Cracow)

   30'+5’

17:10

 

  

17:30

By public transport (Bus No. 90) to Hotel Normafa

 

19:30

Dinner in downtown Budapest
(Restaurant „Kárpátia”, http://www.karpatia.hu/

 

Saturday, 15 November

 

Chair: J. Korecki

 

09:00

Gilles (Grenoble)

   30'+5’

09:35

Carstanjen (Stuttgart)

   30'+5’

10:10

Lieb (Göttingen)

   30'+5’

10:45

Coffee Break

15’

 

Chair: D.L. Nagy

 

11:00

Khaidukov (Dubna)

   20'+5’

11:25

Vanormelingen (Leuven)

   20'+5’

11:50

M. Major (Budapest)

   10'+5’

12:05

Optional visit to MBE and/or other laboratories

   40’

12:45

Lunch

   75’

 

Chair: Gy. Radnóczi

 

14:00

Bakonyi (Budapest)

  30+5’

14:35

Fernandez-Gubieda (Bilbao)

   20'+5’

15:00

Balogh (Budapest)

   30'+5’

15:35

Coffee Break

 

 

Chair: A. Chumakov  

 

16:00

Almeida (Lisbon/Leuven)

   20'+5’

16:25

Croonenborghs (Leuven)

   20'+5’

16:50

Zabel (Bochum)

   30'+5’

17:25

Concluding remarks: Rots (Leuven)

 

17:40

End of the Workshop

 

Sunday, 16 November

 

11:00+

Departures

 

 



List of lectures:

 

Lecture

Title / abstract

Present.time

Francisco ALMEIDA

Characterization of the interlayer coupling in Fe/FeSi/Fe

20

Imre BAKONYI

Electrodeposited magnetic/non-magnetic multilayers

 

 

Judit S. BALOGH

Non-equilibrium mixing in FeAg heterostructures

20

 

Dierk BOERMA

The role of ions in the synthesis and characterization of thin epitaxial structures

30

H.D. CARSTANJEN

Ion Beam Analysis with Monolayer Depth Resolution

30

 

Alexandr CHUMAKOV

Vibrational spectroscopy of solids with nuclear inelastic scattering

30

 

Bart CROONENBORGHS

Relation between structural and magnetic properties of Fe/FeSi/Fe trilayers

20

 

László DEÁK

Application of PNR and SMR for laterally inhomogeneous structures

30

 

Zoltán ERDÉLYI

Diffusion on nanoscale (thin films and multilayers)

20

Bruno GILLES

Pseudomorphism And Metastability In MBE Growth

30

Maria Luisa FERNANDEZ-GUBIEDA

Study of Fe/Ag granular alloys prepared by laser deposition

20

Yuri N. KHAIDUKOV

Wave field of polarized neutrons in an exchange-spring layer system with spiral magnetic structure and wave-guide enhancement of spin-flip scattering

 

Jozef KORECKI

Conduction Electron Spin Polarization in the spacer layer of  Fe/FeAl/Fe and Fe/Ag/Fe trilayers

30

Olaf LEUPOLD

Hyperfine Spectroscopy with Nuclear Resonant Scattering of Synchrotron Radiation

30

Peter LIEB

Ion-Induced Magnetic Texturing of Thin Ni, Fe and Co Films

30

János MAJOR

Spin Echo Resolved Grazing Incidence Scattering (SERGIS): A New Method for Surface Studies

30

Márton MAJOR

The new MBE installation of KFKI RMKI

10

Johan MEERSSCHAUT

Local probe studies of magnetic structure in thin films

30

Miklós MENYHÁRD

Thin film analysis by means of AES depth profiling

20

Dénes L. NAGY

Formation and transformation of antiferromagnetic domains in an Fe/Cr multilayer

30

György RADNÓCZI

CNxNi nanocomposite layers: structure and mechanical properties

20

György SZENES

Interface mixing by high energy ion bombardment

20

Koen VANORMELINGEN

The influence of the deposition energy on the growth of thin films

20

Hartmut ZABEL

Magnetization reversal of stripe arrays: comparison of magneto-optical and polarized neutron reflectivity results

30

 

 

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