Half-day Workshops

October 25th, 2018

MAPEX Early Career Researcher Workshop - science meets industry

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May 17th, 2018

MAPEX Methods Workshop II - Computational Materials Science


April 24th, 2018

Machine Learning

Lectures:

Anatole von Lilienfeld, University of Basel
Quantum Machine Learning
Coffee break
Bálint Aradi, University of Bremen
Parametrization strategies in DFTB
Julian Kranz, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Generalized DFTB repulsive potentials from unsupervised machine learning

Time: 10:00 - approx. 13:00
Location: University of Bremen, BCCMS, ECO5/TAB Building, Entrance F, Ground floor, room 0.50/0.51


February 06th, 2018

Non-adiabatic excited state dynamics simulations

Lectures:

Sergei Tretiak, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Efficient non-adiabatic excited state dynamics simulations in extended molecular systems
Antonietta De Sio, University of Oldenburg
Ultrafast non-adiabatic dynamics in organic solar cell materials revealed by two-dimensional electronic spectroscopy
Coffee break
Ulrich Kleinekathoefer, Jacobs University Bremen
Multiscale simulations of energy and charge transport in biological systems

Time: 12:30 - 16:00
Location: University of Bremen, BCCMS, ECO5/TAB Building, Entrance F, Ground floor, room 0.50/0.51


November 08th, 2017

Electronic excitations in nanostructured and correlated materials

Lectures:

San-Huang Ke, Tongji University
Electronic and transport properties of nanostructures: First-principles studies
Coffee break
Yu-Zhong Zhang, Tongji University
Electronic correlations in 2D materials and multi-orbital systems

Time: 10:00 - 13:00
Location: University of Bremen, BCCMS, ECO5/TAB Building, Entrance F, Ground floor, room 0.50/0.51


October 23rd, 2017

Real-time charge dynamics

Lectures:

Cristián Sánchez, National University of Cordoba
Introduction to real-time time-dependent TD-DFTB
Franco Bonafé, National University of Cordoba
Implementation of nuclear motion into real-time TD-DFTB
Verena Gupta, University of Bremen
Coadsorption of nitric oxide and water on anatase titania surface
Coffee break
Chi-Yung Yam, Beijing Computational Science Research Center
Electron-photon interaction in DFTB to simulate photovoltaic and optoelectronic devices

Time: 10:00 - 13:00
Location: University of Bremen, BCCMS, ECO5/TAB Building, Entrance F, Ground floor, room 0.50/0.51


October 9th - 13th, 2017

International CECAM Workshop: Charge carrier dynamics in nanostructures: optoelectronic and photo-stimulated processes


August 21st, 2017

Electron-electron and electron-phonon interactions in 2d materials

Lectures:

Malte Rösner, University of Southern California
Material-Realistic Description of the Coulomb Interactions
Jan Berges, University of Bremen
Electron-phonon interaction in transition metal dichalcogenides
Coffee break
Daniel Erben, University of Bremen
Band-gap and exciton binding-energy renormalizations due to excited carriers in monolayer TMDs
Dmitry Ryndyk, University of Bremen
Modeling of many-body quantum transport at nanoscale

Time: 10:00 - 13:00
Location: University of Bremen, BCCMS, ECO5/TAB Building, Entrance F, Ground floor, room 0.50/0.51


June 12th - 16th, 2017

International CECAM Workshop: Tackling complexity of the nano/bio interface - computational and experimental approaches


May 15th, 2017

Quantum Chemistry - From photochemistry to electronic correlations

Lectures:

Thorsten Klüner, University of Oldenburg
Photochemistry at surfaces
Beate Paulus, Free University of Berlin
Electron correlation effects and the method of local increments in quantum chemistry
Contributed Talk:
Philip Mirbach, University of Bremen
Variational approach to realistic quantum impurity models

Time: 10:00 - 14:00
Location: University of Bremen, BCCMS, ECO5/TAB Building, Entrance F, Ground floor, room 0.50/0.51

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April 26th, 2017

Realistic modeling of electronic correlation effects

Lectures:

Tim Wehling, University of Bremen
Introduction to combining first-principles and model Hamiltonian approaches
Markus Aichhorn, Technical University Graz
Dynamical Mean Field Theory for Real Materials
Contributed Talk:
Elham Khorasani, University of Bremen
Strong electronic correlations: The example of VO2

Time: 10:00 - 14:00
Location: University of Bremen, NW1 Building, 1st floor, room U1050

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