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Laboratoire de Réactivité de Surface
UMR 7197 Sorbonne Université-CNRS

26/03/18 Anthoula Papageorgiou

26 mars 2018 - 14:00 - Salle 317 - 43/44


Anthoula Papageorgiou studied physics and materials science in London, Cambridge and Thessaloniki. She obtained a chemistry PhD in 2007 from University College London under the supervision of Prof. Geoff Thornton (Nanoscience Group). She subsequently took a research appointment mentored by Prof. Richard Lambert (Surface Science and Catalysis Group) in the University of Cambridge. In 2010 she moved to the Technical University of Munich to work with Prof. Johannes Barth (Chair of Molecular Nanoscience and Chemical Physics of Interfaces) as a Marie Curie postdoctoral fellow. Since 2014 she pursues a habilitation in physics. 


"Towards functionalised surfaces through atomistic understanding and chemical design”


"I will give an overview of my hitherto journey on discovery, elucidation and exploitation of surface phenomena, spanning from my early work on the reactivity and characterisation of defect sites on oxides, moving to organic chemistry on solid surfaces and focusing on my more recent research of metal-organic chemistry on surfaces. The methodology encompasses a battery of cutting-edge experimental techniques developed for ultrahigh vacuum surface science: scanning probe microscopies address single molecule behaviour, while temperature programmed reaction spectroscopy, photoelectron spectroscopy and near edge X-ray absorption fine structure allow to scrutinize molecular ensembles. The integration of all these analysis techniques with theoretical considerations generates a high degree of precision in the understanding of interfacial reactions at the atomic level. Henceforth the structure function relationships may be deciphered enabling innovative pathways for the bottom-up fabrication of advanced, functional nano architectures."




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