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104 IUVSTA Workshop: Current Trends in Low-Dimensional Materials

September 16 – 20, San Luis, Argentina

We are delighted to invite you to the 104° IUVSTA Workshop Current Trends in Low-Dimensional Materials: From Molecular Systems to Heterostructured Nanomaterials.

The workshop will be held as a satellite event of the 109° Annual Meeting of the Argentinian Physical Society (109 RAFA), and aims to bring together skilled theorists and experimentalists studying innovative materials to discuss their electronic, optical, mechanical, and magnetic properties; and the techniques used to characterize them.

Date & venue:

The workshop will take place from September 16 to September 19 in San Luis, Argentina.

The event will cover many exciting topics, including:

– Dirac matter (graphene, TIs, semimetals) and other atomically thin materials (TMDs)
– Manipulation at the nanoscale: STM+ESR, MCBJ technique in DNAs
– Non-equilibrium topological insulators (Floquet TIs)
– Magnetic effects in nanostructures
– Quantum transport in topological quantum matter
– Two-dimensional semiconductor & van der Waals heterostructures

Invited Speakers:

– * Diana Dulić (Chile)
– Joaquin Fernandez-Rossier (Portugal)
– Laura Steren (Argentina)
– Luis Foa Torres (Chile)
– Maria Carmen Asensio (Spain)
– * Rodrigo Barbosa Capaz (Brazil)
– Elin L. Winkler (Argentina)
– * Eugenio Coronado (Spain)

(* to be confirmed)

The workshop will feature a dynamic program including invited talks, contributed presentations, and poster sessions. More importantly, time will be allocated for stimulating discussions and interactions among participants, fostering future collaborations.

Join us in San Luis for an enjoyable and stimulating experience. Together, we will explore cutting-edge advances and future directions in low-dimensional materials research.

In case you are interested in participating, please complete the pre-registration form by May 31.

For further information, do not hesitate to contact us at

We hope to see you all in San Luis, Argentina!

Best regards,

Alejandro Ferrón (IMIT CONICET – UNNE)
Hernán L. Calvo (IFEG CONICET – FaMAF UNC)
Miguel D. Sánchez (IUVSTA Argentinian Alternate Counselor)
Alfredo Juan (ASSD – IUVSTA)