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Seminars

Seminars take place on Mondays at 15:00, room 0.50/0.51, unless noted otherwise.

2014

08.12

Liujiang Zhou (BCCMS)

10.11

Kai Welke

29.09

Verena Hagemann (BCCMS)

Implementation of an electron phonon correction for charge transport modeling in open quantum systems

Bachelor Thesis: 3pm

 

Frank Stuckenberg (BCCMS)

Quantumness of particle transport in a molecular wire

Bachelor Thesis: 4pm

25.09

Sergei Manzhos (N.U. Singapore)

Ab initio modeling of anode materials for Li, Na, and Mg ion batteries: post-Li issues, role of different phases, and computational matters

Special Time and Day: Tuesday 3pm

24.09

Aijun Du (Queensland University of Technology, Australia)

 

 

24.07

Young Hee Lee (Sungkyunkwan University, Korea )

Wonderland in 2D materials

SPECIAL DATE AND TIME: 4:00 pm, room 0.50/0.51

21.07

Lukas Wittenbecher (BCCMS)

Investigation of various parametrization strategies for the DFTB method (Bachelor's Thesis)

16.07

Bachelor's Thesis Progress Meeting

SPECIAL DATE AND TIME: 2:00 pm, room 0.50/0.51

17.06

Oded Hod (Tel Aviv U., Israel)

A State Representation Approach for Atomistic Time-Dependent Transport Calculations in Molecular Junctions

SPECIAL TIME: 11am, room 0.50/0.51

16.06

Michael Fischer (Fachgebiet Kristallographie, Fachbereich Geowissenschaften, U. Bremen)

Studying adsorption in microporous materials: Influence of pore topology and specific interaction sites

07.05

Adriel Dominguez (BCCMS) Thesis Defense.

SPECIAL TIME: 2:00 pm, room 0.50/0.51

05.05

Alexey A. Popov (Leibniz Institute for Solid State and
Materials Research)

"Molecular structure and internal dynamics of endohedral fullerenes: experimental and theory"

08.04

Li-Ming Yang (Korean Institute of Science and Technology)

Engineering the band gap and optical response properties of MOFs and COFs [special time: 11:00am]

10.03

Kavan Modi (Monash University, Australia)

Measuring heat and a non-equilibrium quantum Landauer principle

03.02

Molud Kaviani (BCCMS)

The NV (nitrogen+vacancy) center in diamond - a DFT study -

27.01

Adriel Dominguez (BCCMS)

A Density Functional Tight Binding scheme with self-consistent dual density matrix

20.01

Johannes Lischner (UC Berkeley/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)

Understanding many-particle effects: accurate theories for liquids and electronic excited states in solids

13.01  

Gabriele Penazzi (BCCMS)

Recent NEGF developments in DFTB+ and applications

 

 

 

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