II International conference on

Novel 2D materials explored via scanning probe microscopy & spectroscopy


   After the success of the first edition, see photos below, we are pleased to announce that 2DSPM has been consolidated in a biennial basis conference. The aim of the conference is to bring together a leading group of 40-50 researchers, in addition to students, postdocs and other participants to share the latest contributions made by SPM in the field of 2D materials. We wil have 26 invited speakers and additional participants who will contribute with short talks and posters.

   In 2D materials, essentially everything takes place on the surface and, consequently, SPM techniques have produced some of the most exciting works in these unique materils. We believe a focused 2DSPM conference will represent a very stimulating environment facilitating the easy flow of knowledge and ideas among participants.

 You can now download the 2DSPM conference program



Miguel Moreno Ugeda (DIPC, CFM-MPC, Spain) and Iván Brihuega (IFIMAC / UAM, Spain)


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Scientific Committee:                                                           Technical Committee:

Miquel Salmerón  (LBNL, US)                                              Eva Cortés-del Río (UAM, Spain)

Cristina Gómez-Navarro (IFIMAC / UAM, Spain)             Diego Expósito (UAM, Spain)

Mike Crommie (UCB / LBNL, US)                                       Wen Wan (DIPC, Spain)

Sara Barja (UPV-EHU, Spain)                                              Rishav Harsh (DIPC, Spain)






 Previous Edition:

We would like to warmly thank all participants for their wonderful contribution to the first edition of the 2DSPM conference.  We think that all of you created a very friendly atmosphere where a lot of exciting ideas were shared.

We expect to see all of you again, here in San Sebastian, for the second edition of this 2DSPM conference!!

 You can find more photos here

 You can now download here the PDF version of the conference abstract book.