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Low Temperature Scanning Probe Microscopy Group

Welcome to the research group of Ruslan Temirov

Mission:

We are a group of enthusiasts of low-temperature scanning probe microscopy (SPM) applying and developing novel SPM techniques for studies of various nanoscale phenomena on surfaces. Our primary research focus lies at the forefront of surface science investigating the adsorption of large organic molecules on atomically clean surfaces.


Focus

High-resolutionSTM

High-resolution STM imaging of molecular structures with functionalized tips

More: High-resolution STM imaging of molecular structures with functionalized tips …

LocalStudiesOfTheElectronicStructureOfMetal-moelculeInterfaces

Local studies of the electronic structure of metal-molecule interfaces

More: Local studies of the electronic structure of metal-molecule interfaces …

ControlledManipulationOfLargeMolecules

Controlled manipulation of large molecules

More: Controlled manipulation of large molecules …

SQDM

Scanning Quantum Dot Microscopy (SQDM)

More: Scanning Quantum Dot Microscopy (SQDM) …

MKSTM

STM at milliKelvin temperatures with magnetic cooling

More: STM at milliKelvin temperatures with magnetic cooling …

People:

News from the lab:

Down to the Quantum Dot

Scanning Tunnelling Microscopy: Computer Simulations Sharpen Insights into Molecules

Van der Waals Force Re-Measured

Manipulating complex molecules by hand

Force Meter for Molecular Bonds

Glimpse under the Bonnet of Complex Molecules

Focus on Molecular Wires

Scanning Tunnelling Hydrogen Microscopy

Jülich Researchers Take a Look Inside Molecules

Contact:

Dr. Ruslan Temirov
Peter Grünberg Institut
Functional Nanostructures at Surfaces (PGI-3)
phone +49 2461 61 3462
e-mail: r.temirov@fz-juelich.de


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