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Conferences & Workshops

Sept. 25-27, 2019 Annual IFW Summer School for PhD students in Szczecin, Polan
 

Sept. 15-20, 2019

 

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

Sept. 13-20, 2019

 Summer School Spectroelectrochemistry, IFW Dresden
May 20/21, 2019 International Workshop "Topology meets materials – Weizmann meets Dresden", IFW Dresden
March 28/29, 2019 

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

March 28/29, 2019 Joint workshop of BAM Berlin and IFW Dresden, IFW Dresden

Dec. 4-5. 2018

 UKRATOP Workshop, IFW Dresden

Oct. 1 – 2, 2018

 

SAW Symposium, Westin Bellevue Dresden, Dresden, Germany

Aug. 28-30, 2018 Spin , waves & interactions 2018, Greifswald, Germany

April 8- 11, 2018

 

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

March 11-16, 2018

 

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
 

Feb. 1, 2018

 

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

Jan.  29-31, 2018

 

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

Lectures this week


Freitag 20.09.2019
IIN-Seminar10:00
Ort Seminarraum, IFW Dresden A2E.30
Referent Jos Landers
Thema Publishing advanced materials science with Wiley under the Projekt DEAL “Publish & Read” agreement – How to maximize your success!
Jos Lenders, Deputy Editor of Advanced Materials, Advanced Functional Materials, and Advanced Optical Materials at Wiley, will track important trends and developments in materials science publishing and the Advanced journals program. Together, these journals receive more than 100 submissions every day, and only around 15% make it to publication. So, what do editors do to select the very best papers, and what can authors do to optimize their chances of having their manuscripts accepted? Jos hopes to provide insight into these topics as well as some tips for your publication strategy. The talk will further include an update on Projekt DEAL, the “Publish & Read” agreement between Wiley and a consortium of over 700 German universities and research institutes, allowing scientists from those organizations to have access to and publish Open Access in all of Wiley’s journals. Anybody who is enthused about where scientific publishing will go next is welcome to join the seminar and discussion.


Eingeladen von Prof. Dr. Oliver G. Schmidt
Kontakt Kristina Krummer

Lectures next week


Montag 23.09.2019
ITF / IFF-Seminar14:00
Ort IFW Dresden D2E.27
Referent Maria Roslova
Thema MicroED: a versatile method for crystal structure determination
3D Electron diffraction (MicroED) is a well-known technique for structure determination of solids, which is especially advantageous for the study of micro- and nanocrystals. In contrast to imaging, it does not suffer significantly from lens aberrations, making sub-ångström resolution available even for non-corrected TEMs. The electron dose needed for ED is lower than those for imaging, and together with a short acquisition time it has an utmost importance for the study of beam sensitive materials. Several experimental protocols for the MicroED data collection exist, which share the common idea of sampling a sequence of diffraction patterns while the crystal is tilted around an arbitrary non-crystallographic axis. A number of practical considerations regarding 3D ED data collection automation, data processing and peculiarities of structure solution using dedicated programs for electron diffraction or modified X-ray packages will be discussed in my presentation.


Eingeladen von
Kontakt Grit Rötzer

Montag 23.09.2019
IMW-Sonderseminar14:30
Ort IFW Dresden D2E.32
Referent Mickey Martini
Thema Spin-orbit torques in Tb/Co ferrimagnetic multilayers with perpendicular magnetic anisotropy
Ferrimagnetic materials are interesting candidates for future spintronics applications due to high frequency dynamics and low net magnetic moment. In my talk, I will present my research on perpendicularly magnetized ferrimagnetic Tb/Co multilayer systems grown on Pt. This heterostructure allows efficient manipulation of ferrimagnetic domains through spin-orbit torques induced by the heavy metal Pt. The latter firstly allows the generation of spin currents from charge currents and secondly breaks the system symmetry by introducing a non-collinear exchange interaction at the Pt/ferrimagnet interface. I will show how the stacking order of the Tb/Co layers dramatically changes the magnetization compensation temperature and how the layer thicknesses result in a different efficiency of the spin-orbit torques


Eingeladen von Dr. Andy Thomas
Kontakt Ines Firlle

Dienstag 24.09.2019
ITF-Seminar11:00
Ort IFW Dresden D2E.27
Referent Daniel Varjas
Thema Topological invariants and perturbation theory in disordered and mesoscopic systems using the kernel polynomial method
We present new algorithms based on the kernel polynomial method, that allow us to study the topology and response of samples with more than 10^7 degrees of freedom. We calculate topological invariants of bulk disordered insulators, such as alloys, quasicrystals, and amorphous systems. In particular, we apply our method to the mirror Chern number using an atomistic model of PbSnTe alloy and tighten the critical concentration for the phase transition. We also develop the hybrid kernel polynomial method, which allows accurate and efficient treatment of both subgap and continuum states. We use this approach to improve the computation of supercurrent and inductance in a Josephson junction, and the construction of perturbative effective Hamiltonians describing the interaction of spin qubits defined in a two dimensional electron gas.
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Eingeladen von Dr. Ion Cosma Fulga
Kontakt Grit Rötzer

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