Angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy (ARPES), is a direct experimental technique to observe the distribution of the electrons (more precisely, the density of single-particle electronic excitations) in the reciprocal space of solids. The technique is a refinement of ordinary photoemission spectroscopy, studying photoemission of electrons from a sample achieved usually by illumination with soft X-rays. ARPES is one of the most direct methods of studying the electronic structure of the surface of solids.
The topic of this two-days workshop would be as follows:
- Introduction to the Electronic Structure of Solids
- Ultra-High Vacuum Techniques and Chamber (UHV)
- Theory of Angle-Resolved Photoemission Spectroscopy (ARPES)
- ARPES Helium Lamp Chamber
- ARPES Measurements on 2D Structure: Graphene and Topological Insulators
- Step by Step Procedure for an Experiment by ARPES
- The Electronic Structure of High-Tc Cuprates ARPES Data Analysis
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