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.
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.
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.
The aim of the seminar is to bring together distinguished experts in ab-initio calculations and simulating/measuring magnetic properties of metals and steels. In particular, the meeting will be used to discuss recent progress in the accurate and efficient modeling of magnetic exicitations and their impact on material properties. It is the fifth workshop in a series of international meetings devoted to the ab initio description of iron and steel (ADIS).
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.
The aim of the workshop is to bring together distinguished scientists from the area of water simulations, simulations of liquids, coupling of different modelling descriptions, and the theory of electro-chemistry.
The phase field method is a compact and elegant tool for the numerical modeling of problems involving moving boundaries. In recent years, it has been applied to a large varity of subjects, including microstructure evolution in materials.
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.
The aim of the seminar was to bring together distinguished experts in ab-initio calculations and thermodynamic/kinetic modeling of metals and steels. In particular, the meeting has been used to discuss recent progress in the accurate and efficient modeling of finite-temperature properties/processes and phase transitions. It was the fourth workshop in a series of international meetings devoted to the ab initio description of iron and steel (ADIS).
Our three-day workshop "Modern developments in the ab initio description of charged systems for semiconductors and electrochemistry" took place October 23-26, 2011 at Ringberg Castle (Tegernsee, Germany). The aim of the workshop was to bring together distinguished experts in ab-initio/atomistic simulations in solid state defects and electrochemistry.
The aim of the seminar was to bring together distinguished experts in ab-initio calculations and thermodynamic/kinetic modeling of metals and steels. In particular, the meeting was focused on recent developments in simulating their mechanical properties, including phase stabilities, energetics/dynamics of extended defects, failure mechanisms as well as multi-scale approaches.