611. WE-Heraeus-Seminar: Mechanisms of Tribology
Physikzentrum Bad Honnef, Germany
29.03.2016 - 01.04.2016
Confirmed Invited Speakers

• Sissi de Beer, University of Twente
Unraveling and eliminating dissipation mechanisms in polymer brush friction
• Wilfred Tysoe, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee
Understanding shear-induced surface tribochemical reactions
• Susan Perkin, University of Oxford
Molecular insights into the shearing mechanisms of boundary films
• Rosa Espinosa-Marzal, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Ionic-liquid mediated lubrication in the presence of heterogeneities
• Ernst Meyer, Universität Basel
Friction experiments with single molecules
• Laurence Marks, Northwestern University
Friction in full view
• Dirk Dietzel, Universität Giessen
Ageing mechanisms of nanoparticles on flat surfaces
• Maria-Isabel De Barros Bouchet, Ecole Central de Lyon
Tribochemistry of lubrication additives
• Martin Müser, Forschungszentrum Jülich
Time-dependent contact mechanics and dissipation. Which depths matter?
• Enrico Gnecco, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena
Ripples & ripples: an interesting scenario for nanolithography and nanomanipulation experiments
• Jean-Francois Molinari, École Federale Polytechnique Lausanne
Wear across scales: from atom by atom removal to debris formation
• Maria Clelia Righi, CNR Nano Modena
Ab initio investigation of tribochemistry mechanisms in solid and boundary lubrication
• Michael Moseler, IWM Fraunhofer Institut Freiburg
Tribology and materials science in atomistic simulations
• Nuria Espallargas, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Effects of surface oxides on friction of metals and ceramic-metallic materials
• Daniel Bonn, University of Amsterdam
Direct visualization of the real contact area in sliding friction: a test of Amontons friction laws  
• Roberto Guerra, SISSA Trieste
Frictional mechanisms in telescopic sliding of multi-wall h-Bn and Carbon nanotubes