Publications

Publications

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  1. 281.
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    Friák, M.; Titrian, H.; Aydin, U.; Raabe, D.; Neugebauer, J.: Self-consistent scale-bridging approach to compute the elasticity of multi-phase polycrystals. DPG Frühjahrstagung, Regensburg, Germany (2013)
  2. 282.
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    Hickel, T.; Dutta, B.; Körmann, F.: What can we learn from theory about ferroic cooling? SPP1599 Convention, Schney, Germany (2013)
  3. 283.
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    Zhang, X.; Hickel, T.; Rogal, J.; Drautz, R.; Neugebauer, J.: Adaptive behavior in the Fe–C system. ICAMS Advanced Discussion, Bochum, Germany (2013)
  4. 284.
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    Glensk, A.; Grabowski, B.; Hickel, T.; Neugebauer, J.: Ab initio point defects up to melting: Deviations from Arrhenius-like behavior. MRS, Fall meeting, Boston, MA, USA (2012)
  5. 285.
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    Grabowski, B.: Quantitative Limits of DFT Phase Transitions: Importance of Anharmonicity, Point Defects and Exchange-Correlation Functionals. Workshop on "Simulation of Complex Microstructure Pathways for Alloy Design.", McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada (2012)
  6. 286.
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    Grabowski, B.; Tasan, C.: Design of Adaptive Structural Materials: A coupled theoretical-experimental approach. 10th Materials Day, Bochum, Germany (2012)
  7. 287.
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    Körmann, F.; Dick, A.; Grabowski, B.; Hickel, T.; Neugebauer, J.: The influence of magnetic excitations on the phase stability of metals and steels. Seminar Talk at Institute for Pure and Applied Math, UCLA, University of California, Los Angeles, CA, USA (2012)
  8. 288.
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    Körmann, F.; Schreiber, S.: Thermodynamics based on Bond Order Potentials. Culminating IPAM Workshop, Lake Arrowhead, CA, USA (2012)
  9. 289.
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    Chakrabarty, A.; von Pezold, J.; Neugebauer, J.: Hydrogen in fcc antiferromagnetic FeMn: An ab-initio study. SFB761 annual retreat meeting 2012, Bad Neuenahr, Germany (2012)
  10. 290.
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    Körmann, F.; Grabowski, B.; Dutta, B.; Hickel, T.; Neugebauer, J.: Thermodynamics of PM Fcc Iron - First steps and preliminary results. 3rd Scientific Retreat, ICAMS, Münster, Germany (2012)
  11. 291.
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    Grabowski, B.; Tasan, C.: SMARTMET project: Towards breaking the inverse ductility-strength relation. ThermoCalc Workshop, Aachen, Germany (2012)
  12. 292.
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    Nazarov, R.; Hickel, T.; Neugebauer, J.: Consequences of H-Vacancy Interactions: An Ab Initio Insight. International Hydrogen Conference, Jackson Lake Lodge, Moran, WY, USA (2012)
  13. 293.
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    Palumbo, M.; Fries, S. G.; Hammerschmidt, T.; Körmann, F.; Hickel, T.: SAPIENS thermophysical database for pure elements: DFT and experiments. 18th Symposium on Thermophysical Properties, Boulder, CO, USA (2012)
  14. 294.
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    Grabowski, B.; Söderlind, P.: Ab initio prediction of materials properties up to the melting point: From simple elements to actinides. CALPHAD 2012, Berkeley, CA, USA (2012)
  15. 295.
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    Körmann, F.; Grabowski, B.; Hickel, T.; Neugebauer, J.: Advancing ab initio methods to finite temperatures: The opening of new routes in materials design. Seminar Talk at Institute on Quantum Materials Science, Yekaterinburg, Russia (2012)
  16. 296.
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    Nazarov, R.; Hickel, T.; Neugebauer, J.: Accelerated self-diffusion in fcc metals due to H induced superabundant vacancies. DSL 2012 Conference, Istanbul, Turkey (2012)
  17. 297.
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    Nazarov, R.; Hickel, T.; Neugebauer, J.: H adsorption and absorption on/in carbides. HYDRAMICROS Workshop, Duisburg, Germany (2012)
  18. 298.
    Talk
    Raabe, D.; Ponge, D.; Choi, P.; Millán, J.; Sandlöbes, S.; Yuan, L.; Tasan, C. C.; Plancher, E.; Zaefferer, S.; Hickel, T. et al.; Friak, M.; Dick, A.; Inden, G.; Neugebauer, J.: Designing nanostructured metallic bulk alloys via first principles simulations and atomic scale characterization: The basis of modern manufacturing. NIMS Conference 2012, Tsukuba, Japan (2012)
  19. 299.
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    Dick, A.; Körmann, F.; Hickel, T.; Neugebauer, J.: Thermodynamic properties of cementite including magnetic, vibronic, and electronic excitations from ab initio. TMS Annual meeting 2012, Orlando, FL, USA (2012)
  20. 300.
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    Hickel, T.: Advancing ab initio methods to finite temperatures: The opening of new routes in materials design. Physikalisches Kolloquium der Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Bochum, Germany (2012)
 
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