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Publications

Talk (94)

  1. 41.
    Talk
    Dick, A.; Hickel, T.; Neugebauer, J.: First Principles Calculation of Stacking Fault Energies of FeMn-Alloys. Materials Science and Engineering (MSE08), Nürnberg, Germany (2008)
  2. 42.
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    Friák, M.; Neugebauer, J.: Ab initio study on elastic properties of Fe3Al-based alloys. Materials Science and Engineering (MSE'08), Nürnberg, Germany (2008)
  3. 43.
    Talk
    Hickel, T.; Grabowski, B.; Körmann, F.; Uijttewaal, M.; Dick, A.; Neugebauer, J.: First principles determination of thermodynamic properties of metals. Materials Science and Engineering (MSE08), Nürnberg, Germany (2008)
  4. 44.
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    Neugebauer, J.: Ab Initio Based Modeling of Engineering Materials: From a Predictive Thermodynamic Description to Tailored Mechanical Properties. Materials Science and Engineering, Nürnberg, Germany (2008)
  5. 45.
    Talk
    von Pezold, J.; Neugebauer, J.: Multiscale simulations of Hydrogen embrittlement. Materials Science and Engineering (MSE08), Nürnberg, Germany (2008)
  6. 46.
    Talk
    von Pezold, J.; Neugebauer, J.: Hydrogen-enhanced local plasticity - An atomistic study. Materials Science and Engineering 2008, Nuernberg, Germany (2008)
  7. 47.
    Talk
    Abu-Farsakh, H.; Neugebauer, J.: Solubility and surface kinetics of N in diluted nitrides. Computational Materials Science Workshop, Ebernburg Castle, Germany (2008)
  8. 48.
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    Aydin, U.; Ismer, L.; Hickel, T.: Ab initio study of trends in the thermodynamic and kinetic properties of H in 3d transition metals. Computational Materials Science Workshop, Ebernburg Castle, Germany (2008)
  9. 49.
    Talk
    Dick, A.; Hickel, T.; Neugebauer, J.: First Principles Predictions of Mechanical Properties of FeMn-Alloys. Computational Materials Science Workshop, Ebernburg Castle, Germany (2008)
  10. 50.
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    Freysoldt, C.: SPHInX things. Computational Materials Science Workshop, Ebernburg Castle, Germany (2008)
  11. 51.
    Talk
    Ismer, L.; Ireta, J.; Neugebauer, J.: First principles study of vibrational and thermodynamic properties of the secondary structure of proteins. Computational Materials Science Workshop, Ebernburg Castle, Germany (2008)
  12. 52.
    Talk
    Körmann, F.; Dick, A.; Grabowski, B.; Hickel, T.; Neugebauer, J.: The free energy of bcc iron: Integrated ab initio derivation of vibrational, electronic, and magnetic contributions. Computational Materials Science Workshop, Ebernburg Castle, Germany (2008)
  13. 53.
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    Lange, B.; Freysoldt, C.; Neugebauer, J.: Band dispersion effects in supercell calculations for defects. Computational Materials Science Workshop, Ebernburg Castle, Germany (2008)
  14. 54.
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    Lymperakis, L.; Neugebauer, J.: Grain Boundaries: Statics and Mobility. Computational Materials Science Workshop, Ebernburg Castle, Germany (2008)
  15. 55.
    Talk
    Marquardt, O.; Hickel, T.; Neugebauer, J.: Effect of strain and polarization on the electronic properties of 2-, 1- and 0-dimensional semiconductor nanostructures. Computational Materials Science Workshop, Ebernburg Castle, Germany (2008)
  16. 56.
    Talk
    Pfanner, G.; Freysoldt, C.; Neugebauer, J.: Numerical studies of the radial Schroedinger equation. Computational Materials Science Workshop, Ebernburg Castle, Germany (2008)
  17. 57.
    Talk
    Rayson, M. J.: Progress in techniques for large-scale ab initio calculations. Computational Materials Science Workshop, Ebernburg Castle, Germany (2008)
  18. 58.
    Talk
    Todorova, M.; Neugebauer, J.: Towards an ab initio description of corrosion. Computational Materials Science Workshop, Ebernburg Castle, Germany (2008)
  19. 59.
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    Udyansky, A.; von Pezold, J.; Friák, M.; Neugebauer, J.: Atomistic modeling of the strain-induced interaction between carbon atoms in Fe-C solid solution. Computational Materials Science Workshop, Ebernburg Castle, Germany (2008)
  20. 60.
    Talk
    Uijttewaal, M.; Hickel, T.; Neugebauer, J.: Phase transformations of Ni2MnGa shape memory alloy from first principles: The (pre-)martensitic transition by phonons and magnons, Soft mode phase transformation by phonon couplings. Computational Materials Science Workshop, Ebernburg Castle, Germany (2008)
 
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