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The workshop aims at a discussion of the requirements, challenges and possibilities for an effective description of moderate to intense electric field and its effect on liquid, matter and isolated atoms and particles. We expect stimulating discussions on recent results and scientific concepts.

High electric fields in electrochemistry and in atom probe tomography

The workshop aims at a discussion of the requirements, challenges and possibilities for an effective description of moderate to intense electric field and its effect on liquid, matter and isolated atoms and particles. We expect stimulating discussions on recent results and scientific concepts.

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During the workshop recent progress in the development of ab initio based methods for the description of iron, steels and related materials will be discussed. It is the sixth workshop of a series of ADIS workshops and will be focussed on the prediction and understanding of mechanical properties, incl. the description of precipitate formation, dislocations, stacking faults, deformation and failure mechanisms. 

Ab initio Description of Iron and Steel
(ADIS 2016): Mechanical Properties

During the workshop recent progress in the development of ab initio based methods for the description of iron, steels and related materials will be discussed. It is the sixth workshop of a series of ADIS workshops and will be focussed on the prediction and understanding of mechanical properties, incl. the description of precipitate formation, dislocations, stacking faults, deformation and failure mechanisms. 

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We would like to invite you to participate in our three-days workshop, which will be held in June 21st-24th, 2015 at Reisensburg Castle (Günzburg/Donau, Germany). The workshop brings together renowned scientists from the area of theoretical and experimental grain boundary migration. The aim is to provide a distinguished atmosphere and framework for exchanging the newest ideas and concepts in order to resolve the present challenges in the field.

Understanding Grain Boundary Migration – Theory Meets Experiment

We would like to invite you to participate in our three-days workshop, which will be held in June 21st-24th, 2015 at Reisensburg Castle (Günzburg/Donau, Germany). The workshop brings together renowned scientists from the area of theoretical and experimental grain boundary migration. The aim is to provide a distinguished atmosphere and framework for exchanging the newest ideas and concepts in order to resolve the present challenges in the field. [more]

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