Workshops

Upcoming workshops

ICMR Workshop on Charged Systems and Solid/Liquid Interfaces

This workshop aims at an exchange of ideas between scientist (both theoreticians and experimentalists) working on various aspects of charged defects in solids and liquids, solid/liquid interfaces and electro-chemistry.
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Previous workshops

Electrochemisty & Water 2013

We would like to invite you to participate in our three-days workshop "Connecting electrochemical and water simulations: Status and future challenges", which will be held in April 21-24, 2013 at Ringberg Castle (Tegernsee, Germany). The aim of the workshop ...
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RUW 2013

The Ringberg Unary Workshop 2013 is devoted to the thermodynamic properties of unaries, forming the fundamental unit for the thermodynamic modeling of materials. There is a need to synchronize the ongoing research in this field, in order to obtain a generally accepted reference for Calphad modeling of alloys.
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ADIS 2012

In the workshop various ab initio approaches and thermodynamic/kinetic methods for the modelling of finite-temperature properties/processes and phase transitions will be discussed. In addition more empirical approaches, such as Calphad and Dictra, will be an important topic of the workshop ...
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ai-WISE 2011

We invite you to participate in our three-day workshop "Modern developments in the ab initio description of charged systems for semiconductors and electrochemistry" which will be held October 23-26, 2011 at Ringberg Castle (Tegernsee, Germany). The aim of the workshop is to ...
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ADIS 2010

The rapid development in the field of ab initio simulations within recent years brings us now in the position to answer fundamental physical questions for materials, which are used in real applications. The decisive advantage of ab initio as compared to classical methods in materials simulations is its derivation from fundamental laws of quantum mechanics ...
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WEH448 2009

The main goal of the workshop is to define the relevance of the different degrees of freedom (electrons, phonons, magnons) in ferromagnetic systems for various situations and materials and to understand their interaction. It is intended to bring together experts in the field, to present scientific highlights, ...
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ADIS 2008

The aim of the workshop is to bring together distinguished experts in ab-initio calculations and thermodynamic/kinetic modeling of metals. In particular, the meeting will deal on recent developments in simulating magnetic phases and excitations as well as the consequences for finite-temperature properties/processes and phase transitions.
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