SAMS 5 will be held in-person at Gonville and Caius college, Cambridge, UK from the 12th to 15th September 2022.
SAMS5 is the 5th edition of the workshop on Scattering of Atoms and Molecules from Surfaces, which is organized every three years. Previous editions were held in Rehovot (Israel, 2010), Postdam (Germany, 2013), Bergen (Norway, 2016) and Madrid (Spain, 2019) with great success.
The goal of SAMS-5 is to bring together scientists working in the field of atom and molecule surface scattering to consider the unsolved and challenging problems which need to be addressed in the near future.
Participants will include a balanced mix of the leading experimentalists and theorists in the field. Scientific sessions will include the following topics:
The local organising comitee are looking foward to welcoming you to Cambridge in September 2022.
The workship will include a mixture of invited talks, contributed talks, posters and discussion sessions.
Abstract submission deadline for contributed talks and posters:
3 June 2022 10th June 2022
Registration and accomodation deadline: 22nd July 2022
The workshop venue has a limited capacity, so we strongly encourage early submission of abstracts, registration and booking of accomodation. It may be necessary to close registration early if we reach capacity.
Dr Maite Alducin, CSIC-UPV/EHU, Spain
Prof Gil Alexandrowicz, Swansea University, UK
Dr Sabine Auras, Material Physics Centre San Sebastian, Spain
Prof Giorgio Benedek, University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy
Dr Christian Brand, German Aerospace Centre, Germany
Prof Paul Dastoor, University of Newcastle, Australia
Prof John Ellis, University of Cambridge, UK
Prof Daniel Farias, Autonomous University of Madrid, Spain
Prof Bodil Holst, University of Bergen, Norway
Prof Dick Manson, Clemson University, USA
Prof Peter Saalfrank, University of Potsdam, Germany
Dr Pranav Shiratti, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research Hyderabad, India
Dr Toni Tamtoegl, University of Graz, Austria
Prof Alec Wodke, University of Goettingen, Germany
William Allison, University of Cambridge, UK
Daniel Farías, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Bodil Holst, Bergen University, Norway
Andy Jardine, University of Cambridge, UK
Salvador Miret-Artés, Instituto de Física Fundamental, CSIC
Eli Pollak, Weizmann Institute, Israel
David Ward, University of Cambridge, UK
For any queries about the workshop, please feel free to get in touch with us: