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Seminars

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

2014

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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