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Konferenzen und Workshops

Hier finden Sie eine Übersicht unserer wissenschaftlichen Veranstaltungen:

2022 
6. - 7. Oktober

Treffen des Arbeitskreises „Intermetallische und oxidische Systeme mit Spin- und Ladungskorrelation“ der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Kristallwachstum und Kristallzüchtung e. V.

4. - 5. OktoberKick-off Meeting THERMOS "Tellurium-Free Thermoelectric Modules by Interface Engineering", IFW Dresden
26. - 27.  Sept.19. GDS-Anwendertreffen, IFW Dresden (Flyer PDF)
30. Aug. - 1. Sept.Joint Workshop IFW Dresden – S.N. Bose National Center for Basic Sciences „Novel Magnetic and Topological Quantum Materials“ (Program PDF)
29. Aug. - 2. Sept.BIOREMIA Summer School, Ioannina / Griechenland
28. JuniNetzwerktreffen Additive-Drahtbasierte Fertigung: WirePrint // VEMAS-Anwenderworkshop, IFW Dresden
1. JuniUKRAPRO-Workshop: Condensed matter science assisted by machine learning, IFW Dresden
31. Mai4. UKRATOP Workshop: Topological Phenomena in Quantum Materials, IFW Dresden
06. - 07. AprilMeeting Projekt "Sound of Ice", IFW Dresden
  
2021                                     
14. - 15. OktoberSAW Symposium
14. OktoberAbschiedskolloquium für Prof. Dr. Oliver G. Schmidt
10. - 14. OktoberBIOREMIA-Workshop "Science Communication and Presentation Skills", Dresden
13. - 14. SeptemberInternationale Konferenz: "Frustrated Magnetism and Topology", IFW Dresden
25. - 27. MaiNature-Konferenz: Microrobots and Nanorobots for Biotechnology, online
26. März3. UKRATOP-Workshop, online
  
2020 
7. - 11. DezemberBeMagic Training Workshop für Doktoranden des EU-Projekts BeMagic, online
15. - 16. OktoberSAW Symposium 2020 (verschoben auf Herbst 2020)
29. Juni - 1. JuliUKRATOP Days mit Vorträgen der Stipendiaten, virtuellen Labtours in ukrainischer Sprache und online- Workshop zu Topologischen Quantenmaterialien, IFW Dresden
2. - 5. Juninature Konferenz: Microrobots & nanorobots for biotechnology, AGUV Akademie Dresden (verschoben: 25. - 27. Mai 2021)
 
15. - 20. MärzDPG-Frühjahrstagung, Dresden (abgesagt)
 
10. - 11. FebruarSächsischer Forschungs- und Vernetzungs-Workshop »Thermoelektrische Anwendungen in der Industrie«, Dorint Parkhotel Meißen

23. - 24. Januar

BIOREMIA Kick-off Meeting , IFW Dresden
 
2019 
25. - 27. SeptemberAnnual IFW Summer School for PhD students in Szczecin, Polan
 

15. - 20. September

ECASIA19: 18th European Conference on Applications of Surface and Interface Analysis

13. - 20. September

Summer School Spectroelectrochemistry, IFW Dresden
20. - 21. MaiInternational Workshop "Topology meets materials – Weizmann meets Dresden", IFW Dresden
28. - 29. März

International Workshop "Quantum Dynamics, Transport, and Exotic Orders: Strolling among Spins and Strong Correlations", IFW Dresden

28. - 29. MärzJoint workshop of BAM Berlin and IFW Dresden, IFW Dresden
  
2018 

4. - 5. Dezember

UKRATOP Workshop, IFW Dresden

1. - 2. Oktober

SAW Symposium, Westin Bellevue Dresden, Germany

28. - 30. AugustSpin, waves & interactions 2018, Greifswald, Germany

8. - 11. April

667. WE-Heraeus-Seminar on System-oriented approach to thermoelectrics: Materials – Interfaces – Devices in Bad Honnef, Germany

11. - 16. März

Joint Conference of the Condensed Matter Divisions of the DPG and EPS,

  • Session "Geometry and Topology-Controlled Nanoarchitectures", organized by Prof. Dr. V. Fomin, IFW Dresden
  • Symposium “Topology in Condensed Matter Physics (SYTO)”, co-organizer Prof. Dr. Jeroen van den Brink, IFW Dresden
  • Symposium “Voltage Control of Functional Interfaces: Magneto-ionic Meet Memristive Systems (SYVC)”, Co-organizer Dr. Karin Leistner, IFW Dresden

1. Februar

Workshop of the DFG Priority Programme 1458 “High Temperature Superconductivity in Iron Pnictides“, IFW Dresden

29. - 31. Januar

EPSQMat 2018: International Workshop on Electron and photon spectroscopies of quantum materials: status and perspectives, IFW Dresden

Seminar in dieser Woche


Montag 05.12.2022
IFF-Doktorandenseminar14:00
Ort IFW Dresden D2E.27
Referent Andrii Kuibarov
Thema Clarifying the origin of CDW and finding the routes to superconductivity in Ti-Se systems
Eingeladen von Prof. Dr. Bernd Büchner
Kontakt Rita Taubert

Dienstag 06.12.2022
IMW-Seminar09:00
Ort Hörsaal, IFW Dresden A1E.10
Referent Francesco Tafuri
Thema Hybrid and High-Tc Josephson junctions: opportunity for quantum hardware and science advance
Superconducting systems are a natural and versatile platform for a variety of applications including quantum technologies, and are of undoubtful inspiration also for the development of novel notions in solid state physics. Josephson junctions (JJs) are key structures, because of their unique properties, of their potential to manipulate the macroscopic wave function of a condensate and of their extreme flexibility as circuit elements. Progress in material science and nanofabrication gives opportunities to create unique hybrid JJs which can be smartly integrated in complex architectures, paving the way to novel effects and novel avenues for quantum control and detection.
We will review some aspects of the frontiers of the Josephson effect discussing examples of unique solutions to cutting edge problems in condensed matter physics as well as to very advanced applications, including in the emerging field of quantum computing. An integrated quantum device can be better than the sum of its ingredients. We will report on special properties of hybrid JJs on how to engineer the macroscopic phase in quantum circuits, including high critical temperature superconductors, which make possible alternative layouts for the superconducting modules inside a more general architecture also through a comparative study of fluctuations and of electro-dynamical properties. These methods can be successfully applied to the emergent van der Waals heterostructures and twistronics structures. The diversity in Josephson junctions opens ‘horizons’.


Eingeladen von Dr. Nicola Poccia
Kontakt Martina Javorka

Dienstag 06.12.2022
Theory meeting11:00
Ort IFW Dresden D2E.27
Referent Volodymyr Kuznietsov
Thema Critical phenomena in Bose systems with mean field potential
A system of bosons studied within the mean-field framework has two fascinating phenomena: a liquid-gas first order phase transition and Bose-Einstein condensation. Interplay between these two phenomena is being investigated. Depending on the mean-field potential parameters one can observe two types of critical points, called “Boltzmann” and “Bose,” that belong to different universality classes with distinct sets of critical exponents. Case with the realistic parameters, obtained from the lattice QCD at zero temperature, is under detailed study.
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Eingeladen von
Kontakt Grit Rötzer

Donnerstag 08.12.2022
German-Ukrainian Seminar on Quantum Materials11:00
Ort IFW Dresden D2E.27
Referent Jeroen van den Brink
Thema How surfaces Berry-curve Bloch-electrons
In recent years it has become clear that electronic Berry curvature (BC) is a key concept to understand and predict physical properties of crystalline materials. A wealth of interesting Hall-type responses in charge, spin and heat transport are caused by the BC associated to electronic bands inside a solid: anomalous Hall effects in magnetic materials, and various nonlinear Hall and Nernst effects in non-magnetic systems that lack inversion symmetry.
However, for the largest class of known materials –-non-magnetic ones with inversion symmetry–- electronic BC is strictly zero. Here we show that precisely for these bulk BC-free materials, a finite BC can emerge at their surfaces and interfaces. This immediately activates certain surfaces in producing Hall-type transport responses.
We demonstrate this by first principles calculations of the BC at bismuth, mercury-telluride (HgTe) and rhodium surfaces of various symmetries, revealing the presence of a surface Berry curvature dipole and associated quantum nonlinear Hall effects at a number of these. This opens up a plethora of materials to explore and harness the physical effects emerging from the electronic Berry curvature associated exclusively to their boundaries.


Eingeladen von Dr. Dmitriy Efremov
Kontakt Dr. Silvia Seiro

Donnerstag 08.12.2022
IMW-PhD Seminar 15:00
Ort Hörsaal, IFW Dresden A1E.10
Referent Maksim Naumochkin
Thema Development of the Thin-Film micro-Thermoelectric Device
Eingeladen von Prof. Kornelius Nielsch
Kontakt

Seminare in der nächsten Woche


Mittwoch 14.12.2022
IKM-Doktorandenseminar13:00
Ort IFW Dresden, Helmholtzsr. 20 Hörsaal
Referent Congcong Liu
Thema Kinetic processes in batteries: Quantitativ diffusion and capacitive storage analysis for nano-electrodes Introduction to: Galvanostatic intermittent titration and the Dunn method
Eingeladen von Prof. Dr. Jens Freudenberger
Kontakt Brit Präßler-Wüstling

Donnerstag 15.12.2022
Jubiläumskolloquium09:30
Ort Hörsaal, IFW Dresden A1E.10
Referent Vorstand
Thema Jahresrückblick und Ausblick
Eingeladen von
Kontakt Dr. Carola Langer

Donnerstag 15.12.2022
Jubiläumskolloquium10:00
Ort Hörsaal, IFW Dresden A1E.10
Referent Peter Joehnk
Thema (Bau-) Geschichten aus dem IFW Dresden
Eingeladen von
Kontakt Dr. Carola Langer

Donnerstag 15.12.2022
Jubiläumskolloquium11:00
Ort Hörsaal, IFW Dresden A1E.10
Referent Frank Stefani
Thema Is the Sun’s dynamo clocked by the planets?
Eingeladen von
Kontakt Dr. Carola Langer

Dresden Science Calendar

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