Poster presentation
 

Posters are pesented as short oral contributions on Tuesday, September 30th, and subsequently during two extended Poster sessions in order to provide a maximum of opportunities for intense discussions.

Size of the poster boards:
height: 122 cm, width: 94 cm
The space available corresponds to a poster of the usual format Portrait A0.

The posters should be mounted as soon as possible on Sunday. Mind your poster number as indicated on the poster list enclosed in your conference materials! Please, affix your poster at the poster board having the according number.

All authors with an even poster number should present their posters in session I (Tuesday, September 30th, 16.30 h – 17.30 h). The posters with an odd number have to be presented in session II (Tuesday, September 30th, 18.00 h – 19.00 h).



A: Synthesis

Poster No


1

Iakoubovitch, E.V., et al.
Kurnakov Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry, Moscow, Russia
Synthesis and properties of oxygen permeation membrane materials R0.6Sr0.4Co0.8Fe0.2O3-delta (R = La, Ce, Pr, Nd, Sm, Dy and Yb) 

2

Katona, G.L., et al.
University of Debrecen, Debrecen, Hungary
Non-parabolic shift of phase boundaries in binary systems with restricted solubility        

3

Lukashin, A.V., et al.
Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia
Chemical design of functional nanocomposite materials using two- and one-dimensional solid state nanoreactors  

4

Malesa, M., et al.
Rubber Research Institute "STOMIL", Piastów, Poland
Preparation of elastomer nanocomposites  

5

Sijakovic-Vujicic, N., et al.
Rudjer Boskovic Institute, Zagreb, Croatia
Preparation of silica nanotubes and helical ribbons using an organogel template  

6

Sinitsyna, O., et al.
Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia
Nanocrystalline apatite cements for biomedical application   

7

Eliseev, A.A., et al.
Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia
The use of mesoporous systems for preparation of one-dimensional ordered magnetic metal nanowires    

8

Rogers, M., et al.
Graz University of Technology, Graz, Austria
Synthesis and electron microscopical investigations of noble metal nanoparticles   

9

Schicke, K.-D., et al.
Max Planck Institute of Microstructure Physics, Halle, Germany
Ag nanoparticle formation in ion-exchanged glass of different iron oxide content   

10

Skoko, Z., et al.
University of Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia
Microstructure of Al-Zn alloys   

11

Cherkashin, N., et al.
CEMES-CNRS, Toulouse, France
Manipulation of the positioning of 2D-arrays of Si clusters fabricated by low energy implantation in a thin SiO2 layer   

12

Golod, S.V., et al.
Institute of Semiconductor Physics, Novosibirsk, Russia
Free-standing SiGe/Si/Cr and SiGe/Si/SixNy/Cr microtubes   



B: Characterization

13

Nyeki, J., et al.
University of Debrecen, Debrecen, Hungary
AES study of surface segregation of Ge in amorphous Si1-xGex thin film alloys     

14

Prozorov, A.V., et al.
Institute of Semiconductor Physics, Novosibirsk, Russia
Structural and electronical properties of Ge quantum dots GaAs/ZnSe/Ge unstrained system   

15

Tham, A.T., et al.
Technical University Berlin, Berlin, Germany
Quantitative high resolution electron microscopy: characterization of strain fields in unburied Si1-xGex/Si(001) island structures   

16

Vorob'ev, A.B., et al.
Institute of Semiconductor Physics, Novosibirsk, Russia
Two-dimensional electron gas in rolled-up quantum well: fabrication and magnetotransport properties  

17

Nenashev, A.V., Zinovieva, A.F., et al.
Institute of Semiconductor Physics, Novosibirsk, Russia
Spin transport in Ge/Si nanostructures with quantum dots  

18

Djerdj, I., et al.
University of Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia
The Rietveld refinement of XRD and SAED data obtained on nanocrystalline TiO2  

19

Gajovic, A., et al.
Rudjer Boskovic Institute, Zagreb, Croatia
Nanostructured TiO2 - mechanochemical preparation, characterization and sintering  

20

Druzycka-Wiencek, A.D., et al.
Warsaw University of Technology, Warsaw, Poland
Sever plastic deformation titanium and stainless steel for bio-medical applications  

21

Paradowski, K.
Warsaw University of Technology, Warsaw, Poland
Tensile tests of nanocrystalline Ni  

22

Heyroth, F., Syrowatka F., et al.
Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, Halle, Germany
First experimental results obtained at and experiences with a cutting-edge parallel electron energy-loss spectrometer attached to a VG HB501 dedicated STEM  

23

Zhang, J., et al.
Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, Halle, Germany
Application of electron energy-loss spectroscopy to SrTiO3/BaTiO3 multilayers   

24

Klemm, V., Mangler, M., et al.
Freiberg University of Mining and Technology, Freiberg, Germany
Characterization of the surface quality of nanopowders by high resolution analytical TEM  

25

Lawecka, M., et al.
Warsaw University of Technology, Warsaw, Poland
Properties of magnetic nanocomposites processed by thermal decomposition of cobalt and iron acrylates  

26

Salamon, K., et al.
Institute of Physics, Zagreb, Croatia
Electron diffraction and microscopy study of hydrocarbon film W-C:H  

27

Staskowiak, W., et al.
Rubber Research Institute "STOMIL", Piastów, Poland
Carbon nanofibers based elastomer nanocomposites  

28

Müller, J.-O., et al.
Fritz Haber Institute of the MPG, Berlin, Germany
TEM and EELS investigations on soot of heavy duty Euro IV diesel engines  

29

Tham, A.T., et al.
Technical University Berlin, Berlin, Germany
Structural investigations on the Zr(N,O) phases by means of transmission electron microscopy  

30

Wagner, J.B., et al.
Fritz Haber Institute of the MPG, Berlin, Germany
Structural and chemical characterization of high performance catalysts for selective partial oxidation  

31

Willinger, M., et al.
Fritz Haber Institute of the MPG, Berlin, Germany
Investigation of the morphology and electronic structure of the catalyst and the standard V5+ phases of VPO  



C: Functionality

32

Brylev, O.A., et al.
Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia
Influence of the chemical prehistory of LiV3O8 on the lithium intercalation processes   

33

Pomerantseva, E.A., et al.
Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia
Low-field colossal magnetoresistance in CaCuxMn7-xO12 solid solution: dependence on microstructure of ceramics  

34

Zajec, B.
Jozef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Field emission properties of novel nanomaterials - niobium and molybdenum sulphide  

35

Ushkalov, L., et al.
Institute of Problems of Materials Science, Kiev, Ukraine
Study of mechanically activated in different media VPBiO catalysts by electron microscope techniques  



36

Lukashina, E.
Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia
Comparative electron microscopy study of potato virus A and its mutants with definite amino acid substitutions in coat protein  

37

Penkova, A., et al.
Institute of Physical Chemistry, Sofia, Bulgaria
Nucleation of insulin crystals in a wide continuous supersaturation gradient