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ALC '22
14th International Symposium on Atomic Level
Characterizations for New Materials and Devices '22
October 16 (Sun) – 21 (Fri), 2022
Bankoku Shinryokan, Okinawa JAPAN
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Latest News

2022-12-03: ALC'22 official photo page was published.
2022-10-24: Winners of Excellent Presentation Awards was published.
2022-10-13: Presentation instructions for posters was updated. Poster display hours and poster presentation period are posted.
2022-10-11: Safety guidance against COVID-19 is now available. Please read this before leaving for Okinawa.
2022-10-03: Information on poster size is available.
2022-09-23: Student award winners were announced.
2022-09-06: Additional applications for late poster presentations will be accepted. The deadline is September 30.
2022-09-06: The program has been revised (Ver.0906).
2022-09-03: The program has been revised (Ver.0901).
2022-08-30: The program has been revised (Ver.0830).
2022-08-18: The program has been revised (Ver.0825).
2022-08-23: Thank you very much for your patience. The registration site is finally open. Please register as soon as possible as there is very little time left for early registration.
2022-08-18: The program has been revised (Ver.0817).
2022-08-12: The program has been revised (Ver.0812).
2022-08-09: The program has been revised (Ver.0809).
2022-08-08: Currently, all foreigners are required to obtain a visa. Detailed information is now available on the About Visa page, so be sure to check it out if you are planning to visit Japan.
2022-08-08: The detailed program is now available and can be downloaded from the Scientific Program page.
2022-08-04: On August 3, an email was sent to all speakers informing them of their respective presentation numbers. If you did not receive it, please check your spam folder and if you do not find it in there, please contact the secretariat. The full program is currently under final review, so please wait a little longer for its release.
2022-07-01: The deadline for registration and hotel reservations has been extended to accommodate the additional calls for presentations. The preliminary program release date has also been changed to July 31, and an acceptance notice will be sent to all applicants by the same date.
2022-07-01: We are now accepting post-deadline paper submissions. Please submit your abstract by July 15 (for oral presentation) or by July 25 (for poster presentation) via the Abstract Submission page as same as the normal submission. You can also apply to the awards as well.
2022-05-09: Abstract submission deadline has been extended to May 31. Please take this opportunity to submit your abstract.
2022-03-01: Finally, it was decided that ALC'22 will be held face-to-face at the Bankoku Shinryokan in Okinawa, Japan.
2021-04-19: We are now preparing for postponed symposium (ALC'21→ALC'22). Please wait for a while for concrete information.

Important Dates

Abstract Deadline: May 31, 2022
Post Deadline Papers: Jul 15, 2022
Preliminary Program: Jul 31, 2022
Early Registration Deadline: Aug 31, 2022
Hotel Reservation Deadline: Aug 31, 2022 *
Post Deadline Papers (Poster Only): Sep 30, 2022
First Day of the Symposium: Oct 16, 2022
Publication Manuscript (e-JSSNT): Dec 12, 2022
Publication Manuscript (JVSTB): Mar 22, 2023
* Hotel reservations can still be made after the deadline, but some type of rooms may become unavailable.

ALC Symposium

The series of international symposia entitled “Atomic Level Characterization (ALC)” started in 1996 with the meeting in Kyoto, Japan. The ALC symposia focus on practical applications of atomic level characterization (both atomic dimensions and energy levels) of new materials and devices, including bio- and organic materials as well as inorganics. Descriptions of new applications and instrumentation for various analytical techniques of surface and interface analysis are solicited in these symposia. The goal is to promote stimulating discussions among researchers specializing in different probe methods. The symposium also encourages discussion of fundamental problems to be solved in the further development of atomic level characterization of materials, including approaches based on theory and simulations.

The 2nd ALC symposium was held at Maui (Hawaii) in 1997, the 3rd one at Nara (Japan) in 2001, the 4th at Kauai (Hawaii) in 2003, the 5th Kailua-Kona (Hawaii) in 2005, the 6th at Kanazawa (Japan) in 2007, the 7th at Maui (Hawaii) in 2009, the 8th at Seoul (Korea) in 2011, the 9th at Kona (Hawaii) in 2013, the 10th at Matsue (Japan) in 2015, and 11th at Kauai (Hawaii) in 2017, the 12th at Kyoto(Japan) in 2019.

In 2020, the organizer of this symposium was transferred from Japan Society for Promotion of Science (JSPS) to the Japan Society of Vacuum and Surface Science (JVSS). The first meeting after the change of organizer was originally scheduled to be held in Okinawa as ALC'21, however, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, it was postponed to 2022 as ALC'22. Instead, the 13th ALC'21 was held online as a pre-meeting for ALC'22.

After a year of postponement, the face-to-face ALC'22 will finally be held in Okinawa, Japan.


About Okinawa

Okinawa locates in the southernmost part of Japan, and belongs to the Ryukyu islands which is a chain of isolated islands extend over 1,000 km from south of Kyusyu (one of main islands of Japan) to Taiwan. Historically, the Ryukyu Kingdom first unified Okinawa islands in 1429 and strived to promote cultural exchange through trade with China and Southeast Asia. The first king Shō Hashi built Shuri Castle in Naha, which is the present seat of the Okinawa prefectural government. Unfortunately Shuri Castle was destroyed by a fire in the last year. After the invasion of Satsuma in 1609, Ryukyu became a part of Japan’s shogunate system. In 1879, Japanese government established Okinawa prefecture, which was the disruption of the Ryukyu Kingdom. After the World War II, Okinawa placed under American rule, and was reverted to Japan in 1972.

You can find useful information on Okinawa in the following URL.

Okinawa has so much to offer including the beautiful sea, natural forests, world heritage sites with long histories, a unique food culture and more. Okinawa belongs to a subtropical climate having a warm climate throughout the year. So let’s join us and enjoy the tropical island life at Okinawa in 2021.

About Bankoku Shinryokan Okinawa Resort MICE Facility

Bankoku Shinryokan is located in the center of the main island of Okinawa, about 75km away from Naha International Airport. The best location conditions facing the the East China Sea. It is the Resort MICE venue focused on international exchange in the 21st century and established as the main Convention Center for the 2000 Kyushu-Okinawa G8 Summit and has hosted many MICE.

Scientific Topics

The sessions will cover the following topics:

  1. Fundamental Phenomena
    • electron/ion/photon -solid interactions
    • emission phenomena of light, electrons, and ions
  2. Characterization by Electrons / Ions / Infrared / Ultraviolet / X-rays
    • AES / XPS / XPED / EPMA / ISS / MEIS / RBS / SIMS / IR / etc.
  3. Imaging Techniques
    • TEM / STEM / AEM / SEM / SAM / REM / LEEM / PEEM
    • SPM / FIM / TOF-SIMS / optical molecular imaging / ultrafast imaging / etc.
  4. Applications for Nanotechnology
    • nanowires / nanotubes / nanoparticles / graphene and 2D materials
    • solid-solid / solid-liquid interfaces
  5. Advanced Materials Characterization
    • spintronics materials
    • environmental and advanced energy materials
    • cosmic and terrestrial materials
  6. Special Sessions
    • Micro-analysis using novel quantum beam
    • Evolution of scanning probe techniques for materials analysis
    • Operando spectroscopy and ambient pressure measurements
    • Materials informatics and machine learning
    • Quantum sensing in metrology and imaging
    • Ion beam analysis for nano & bio materials
  7. Tutorials

Invited Speakers

Plenary Talks

Prof. Kawai
Prof. Maki KAWAI (President, National Institute of Natural Sciences)
“Behavior of Molecules at Surfaces — Fundamental Understanding of Catalysis and Molecule to Function in IT —”
Prof. Dr. Frank-J. MEYER ZU HERINGDORF (University Duisburg-Essen)
“Nonlinear Photoemission Microscopy with Surface Plasmon Polaritons”

Tutorial Lectures

Prof. Aono
Prof. Masakazu AONO (MANA/NIMS)
“Nano World Pioneered by Surface Science and Technology”
Prof.Dr. Lichte
Prof. Dr. Hannes LICHTE (Technische Universität Dresden)
“Electron Holography: Electron Waves for Comprehensive Analysis of Nanostructures and Fields — Possibilities and Limits”

Other Invited Speakers

Ichiro Akai (Kumamoto University, Japan)
“Bayesian spectroscopy for synchrotron radiation spectra”
Michael Scott Altman (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, HK)
“Charge transport in graphene studied by low energy electron potentiometry”
Toshu An (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Japan)
“Development of scanning diamond NV center probes for quantum sensing”
Friedrich Aumayr (TU Wien, Vienna, Austria)
“Probing and manipulating 2D heterostructures with monolayer precision”
Peter Bauer (Johannes Kepler Universität, Austria)
“Ion induced electronic interactions”
Hsun-Yun Chang (ULVAC-PHI, Inc., Japan)
“Efficiency improvement and degradation mechanism of perovskite device examined using time-of-flight secondary ion mass spectrometry”
Tzu-Hung​ Chuang (National Synchrotron Radiation Research Center, Taiwan, Taiwan)
“Current status of a spin-resolved momentum microscope at the Taiwan Photon Source”
Tyler Cocker (Michigan State University, USA)
“Lightwave-driven scanning tunneling spectroscopy as a tool for exploring new materials on the atomic scale”
Keshav D​ani (Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University, Japan)
“Through the lens of a Momentum Microscope: Imaging excitons in 2D materials”
Arnaud Delcorte (Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium)
“Biomolecule imaging by cluster SIMS – From desorption simulations to enhanced molecular signals”
Bhupendra N. Dev (Centre for Quantum Engineering, Research and Education, India)
“Superconductor-ferromagnet hybrids (SFH) and the growth of epitaxial/endotaxial SFH nanostructures on silicon”
Zhen-Chao Dong (Hefei National Research Center for Physical Sciences at the Microscale, University of Science and Technology of China, China)
“Sub-nanometer resolved single-molecule optical spectral imaging”
Wolfgang Eberhardt (DESY-CFEL, Germany)
“Designing the System of the Future”
Karl-Heiz Ernst (University of Zurich, Switzerland)
“Helicenes at surfaces: topological self-assembly and electron spin filtering”
Hajo Freund (Fritz Haber Institute of the Max Planck Society, Germany)
“Surface Action Spectroscopy with Inert Gas Messenger Atoms”
Yuki Fukaya (Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Japan)
“Structure analysis of 2D materials by total-reflection high-energy positron diffraction (TRHEPD)”
Hirokazu Fukudome (Tohoku University, Japan)
“Spatiotemporal dynamics of electronic properties of Beyond 5G devices observed by operando x-ray nanospectroscopy”
Keiki Fukumoto (High Energy Accelerator Research Organization (KEK), Japan)
“Electron Transport at Organic Hetero-interfaces using Femtosecond Photoemission Electron Microscopy”
Kei-ichi Fukunaga (JEOL Co., Japan)
“Nanoscale observation and analysis at in-situ experiments.”
Katsuyuki Fukutani (University of Tokyo, Japan)
“Analysis of hydrogen diffusion by nuclear reaction analysis”
Baptiste Gault (Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung, Germany)
“Forays into cryo-atom probe tomography of battery materials”
Ryota Gemma (Univeristy of Tokai, Japan)
“Atom probe tomography analysis of deuterium in metallic nanostructures”
Franz Giessibl (University of Regensburg, Germany)
“Very weak bonds to artificial atoms formed by quantum corrals”
Thomas Greber (University of Zurich, Switzerland)
“Quality of Single Layer Hexagonal Boron Nitride on Transition Metals”
Shangir Gwo (National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan)
“2D Semiconductor–Metal Hybrid Metasurfaces for Plasmonic and Photonic Applications”
Ken Harada (CEMS, RIKEN, Japan)
“Electron Interferometry: from basic research to new developments”
Shuji Hasegawa (University of Tokyo, Japan)
“Two-Dimensional Atomic-Layer Materials”
Masato Hirade (Shimazu Co., Japan)
“Application of FM-AFM”
Michael Horn von Hoegen (University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany)
“Ultrafast structural dynamics in the Au/Si(553) atomic wire system: Femtosecond charge transfer and disorder induced metastabilit”
Eiji Hosono (AIST, Japan)
“Microscopic and operando measurements of rechargeable battery materials using synchrotron radiation soft X-rays”
Suguru Ito (University of Marburg, Germany)
“Subcycle time-resolved ARPES on lightwave-driven processes”
Tomoko Ito (Osaka University, Japan)
“effects of low-energy ion injection in atomic layer processes”
Berthold Jaeck (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, HK)
“Microscopic insights in correlated and topological quantum materials from scanning tunnelling microscopy experiments”
Siddharth Karkare (Arizona State University, USA)
“Ultracold and Ultrafast Electron Sources for Microscopy and”
Satoru Kato (TOYOTA CENTRAL R&D LABS., Japan)
“Synchrotron X-ray imaging of liquid water formation and transport in polymer electrolyte fuel cells”
Takanori Koitaya (Kyoto University, Japan)
“Operando observation of heterogeneous catalysts by ambient-pressure XPS”
Takashi Kumagai (Fritz Haber Institut der MPG/Germany and Institute of Molecular Science/Japan, Germany)
“Atomic-Scale Optical Spectroscopy at Surfaces”
Christian Linsmeier (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, Germany)
“Surface Science Contributions to Fusion Research”
Nick Lockyer (University of Manchester, UK)
“Improved bioanalysis using GCIB SIMS and laser post-ionisation”
Edvin Lundgren (Lund University, Sweden)
“2D surface optical reflectance for surface studies in harsh environments”
Thomas Lunkenbein (Fritz Haber Institut der MPG, Germany)
“Adding complexity to simple solid state catalysts: Operando electron microscopy insights into heterogeneous catalysis”
Fumihiko Matsui (Institute for Molecular Science, Nantion Institutes of Natural Sciences, Japan)
“Surface resonance and monoatomic step of graphite surface imaged by Photoelectron Momentum Microscope”
Tevfik O. Mentes (Elettra - Sincrotrone Trieste, Italy)
“Complementing XPEEM with coherent x-ray scattering”
Emi Minamitani (Institute for Molecular Science, Nantion Institutes of Natural Sciences, Japan)
“Topological descriptor of thermal conductivity in covalent amorphous solids”
Taketoshi Minato (Institute for Molecular Science, Nantion Institutes of Natural Sciences, Japan)
“Interfaces between electrode and electrolyte in rechargeable batteries analyzed by scanning probe microscopy”
Norikazu Mizuochi (Kyoto University, Japan)
“High sensitive quantum sensing of NV centers in diamond semiconductor”
Mathieu Munsch (Q-nami, Switzerland)
“Supporting new developments in spintronics with scanning NV microscopy”
Yuichi Muraji (Toray Research Center, Japan)
“In Situ Observation of Biomaterials Using AFM and Video-Rate AFM”
Takuo Ohkochi (Japan Synchrotron Radiation Research Institute, Japan)
“Time-resolved and operando photoemission electron microscopy at SPring-8 synchrotron”
Yoshinori Okada (Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University, Japan)
“Spectroscopic imaging of spinel oxide superconductor”
Shinobu Onoda (National Institutes for Quantum Science and Technology (QST), Japan)
“Development of molecular ion beam for fabrication of multiple NV centers in diamond”
Yoichi Otsuka (Osaka University, Japan)
“Mass spectrometry imaging of biological tissues with picolitre charged solvents”
Kenichi Ozawa (KEK-PF, Japan)
“Time-resolved soft X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy for understanding the photocatalytic phenomenon”
Hrvoje Petek (University of Pittsburg, USA)
“Nanofemto ultrafast photoelectron microscopy of topological plasmonic fields”
Alexander Pirkl (ION TOF, Germany)
“Hybrid SIMS: Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry Imaging With and Supported by High Mass Resolving Power”
Daniel Primetzhofer (Uppsala University, Sweden, Sweden)
“Light elements in energy materials: Towards in-situ & in-operando composition depth profiling using ion beams”
Tetsuo Sakamoto (Kogakuin University, Japan)
“Two color resonant laser SNMS for isotope micro imaging of nuclear fuel debris”
Naoko Sano (Ionoptika Co., UK)
“Searching for 'more' ionisation; which gas cluster ion beam does enhance for high mass molecular ions in SIMS?”
Takuya Sato (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)
“Time-resolved imaging of spin-wave propagation”
Yukihiko Satou (Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Japan)
“Microparticles science in the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Station accident”
Matthias Scheffler (Fritz Haber Institute of the Max Planck Society, Germany)
“Materials Genes (Atomic-Level Characterization) of Materials Properties and Functions”
W-D. Schneider (Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne, Germany)
“Mesoscopic structures in ultrathin silica films”
Claus Schneider (Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany)
“Exploring the mysteries of topology in quantum materials by momentum microscopy”
Gred Schönhense (Johannes Gutenberg University, Germany)
“Recent Progress in Photoelectron Momentum Microscopy”
Mitsutoshi Setou (Hamamatsu University School of Medicine, Japan)
“Challenges and future prospects of biological and medical imaging mass spectrometry”
Yasuo Shimizu (Institute for Materials Research, Tohoku University, Japan)
“Hydrogen detection in high-performance Si solar cells by atom probe tomography”
David Simpson (University of Melbourne, Australia)
“Quantum diamond microscopy for biological imaging”
Jae Bok Soel (Gyeongsang National University, Korea)
Munetaka Taguchi (Toshiba Nanoanalysis Corporation, Japan)
“Total Reflection Hard X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy”
Wenxin Tang (Chognqing University, China)
“Aberration corrected spin polarized low energy electron microscope”
Sayaka Tanimoto (Hitachi Co., Japan)
“Data-driven approach of materials and process development; Quantitative analysis of microstructure and experimental data management”
Toshiyuki Taniuchi (University of Tokyo, Japan)
“Laser-based photoemission electron microscopy for high resolution surface and interface imaging”
Aurelien Thomen (CAMECA, France)
“Imaging material and biological matrix at sub micrometer scale with CAMECA NanoSIMS 50L”
Geoff Thornton (University College London, UK)
“Influence of polarons on gold atom bonding to metal oxide surfaces”
Hideki Tomita (Nagoya University, Japan)
“Development of a direct diode pumped continuous-wave Ti:Sapphire laser for resonance ionization mass spectrometry”
Satoshi Toyoda (Tohoku University, Japan)
“Spatiotemporal depth profile analysis of the buried and laminated thin film interface based on angle-resolved x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy”
Hidemasa Tuneishi (KOBELCO Research Institute, Japan)
“Electron conductivity analysis of secondary battery electrodes using scanning probe microscopy”
Markus Valtiner (TU Vienna, Austria)
“SPM visualisation of the interplay of ion and surface hydration within the inner Helmholtz layer”
Ikuo Wakida (Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Japan)
“Laser remote analysis by optical fiber coupled Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy for onsite, in-situ screening of nuclear debris in decommissioning of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station”
Klaus Wendt (Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz, Germany)
“Spatially resolved and elemental-selective ultra-trace analysis on actinides and their fission products in hot radiotoxic nanoparticles by Resonant Laser Sputtered Neutrals Mass Spectrometry”
“Imaging ferroic order by threshold photoemission microscopy”
Tom Wirtz (Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST), Luxembourg)
“Advanced multimodal nano-analytical capabilities on FIB instruments using SIMS: new developments, applications and prospects”
Han Woong Yeom (Institute for Basic Science, Korea)
“Surface physics of correlated van der Waals crystals”

Sponsors and Supports

Host Organization


Premium Sponsors

Focus GmbH Focus GmbH
Scienta Omicron, Inc. Scienta Omicron, Inc.

Special Sponsors

Toshiba Nanoanalysys Toshiba Nanoanalysys Corporation
TOYO Corporation TOYO Corporation

Standard Sponsors

Park Systems Park Systems
Qnami Qnami AG

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Financial Supports

Other Supports

Supporting Societies

Committee Members

International Advisory Committee

Chair: Hiroshi Daimon (Toyota Riken)
Member: M.S. Altman, F. Aumayr, E. Bauer, W. Eberhardt, K.-H. Ernst, H. Freund, K. Fukutani, F.J. Giessibl, T. Greber, S. Hasegawa, T. Hasegawa, Y. Homma, T. Koshikawa, H. Lichte, J. Matsuo, R. Oiwa, H. Rose, Y. Saito, M. Scheffler, C. Schneider, W.D. Schneider, H. Shigekawa, M. Sugiyama, T. Takeuchi, G. Thornton, W. Widdra, R. Wiesendanger, H.W. Yeom

Organizing Committee

Chair: Hidemi Shigekawa (University of Tsukuba)
Member: P. Bauer, H. Daimon, K. Dohmae, J. Falta, D. Fujita, M.H. Haegen, T. Hasebe, S. Hasegawa, F. Meyer zu Heringdorf, H. Hibino, T. Hirayama, I.S. Hwang, S. Ichimura, M. Kambe, J. Kawai, T. Kawano, K. Kimura, T. Kohashi, T. Koshikawa, A. Locatelli, E. Lundgren, G. Mizutani, K. Morita, K. Obori, R. Oiwa, H. Petek, Y. Saito, T. Sato, A. Schmid, M. Setou, H. Shimoyama, S. Shiraki, S. Suzuki, Y. Takai, Y. Takakuwa, W. Tang, S. Tanuma, Y. Watanabe, J. Watts, T. Yasue, H. Yurimoto

Steering Committee

Co-chair: Tetsuya Hasegawa (University of Tokyo) , Retsu Oiwa (Scienta Omicron)
Vice-chair: T. Yasue, J. Matsuo, M. Sugiyama
Advisor: T. Koshikawa, K. Obori
Secretariat General: H. Nakahara
Secretariat: S. Shiraki, T. Hayasaka, S. Nagai
Member: K. Dohmae, T. Hasegawa, S. Hashimoto, S. Imashuku, M. Nojima, E. Nomura, T. Sakamoto, R. Sakane, J. Sameshima, N. Sanada, S. Suzuki, A. Takano, K. Tanaka, T. Tanaka, M. Vannebäck, K. Yanagiuchi

Finance Committee

Co-chair: Hisayoshi Yurimoto (Hokkaido University) , Tomoshige Sato (JEOL)
Vice-chair: S. Awata, H. Furukawa, Y. Miyatake, N. Sanada

Program Committee

Chair: Jiro Matsuo (Kyoto University)
Vice-chair: K. Fukutani, S. Shiraki
Advisor: T. Koshikawa, K. Yanagiuchi
Secretariat: S. Awata, T. Kohashi, S. Nagai, T. Shimizu
Member: K. Domae, H. Fukitome, K. Harada, Y. Hasegawa, T. Kitamura, R. Kokawa, I. Matsuda, F. Matsui, T. Minato, K. Mitsuishi, T. Miyamachi, G. Mizutani, S. Morita, K. Moritani, T. Nagatomi, S. Ninomiya, T. Sakai, T. Sakamoto, J. Sameshima, T. Seki, M. Setou, R. Shimizu, M. Sugiyama, A. Takano, T. Takeuchi, T. Tanaka, J. Yamazaki, S. Yamazaki, T. Yasue

Publication Committee

Chair: Hiroki Hibino (Kwansei Gakuin University)
Vice-chair: S. Aoyagi, F. Matsui
Secretariat: S. Imashuku, Y. Kawano
SHIMADZU ScientaOmicron
Toshiba Nanoanalysys TOYO Corporation UNISOKU
ULVAC-PHI IONTOF Park Systems Qnami
AVS Okinawa MICE Bankoku Shinryokan
MBA Organized by The Division of Microbeam Analysis,
The Japan Society of Vacuum and Surface Science (JVSS)