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Die, 27. Sep 16, 19:15

Sascha Husa (Palma, Spanien): Entdeckung der Gravitationswellen

Vor 100 Jahren wurde von Albert Einstein eine völlig neue Erklärung der für uns alltäglichen und allgegenwärtigen Schwerkraft gefunden: die Krümmung der Raumzeit. Seither hat Einsteins Theorie die Physik revolutioniert, und die...

Die, 27. Sep 16, 08:45

66th Yearly Meeting of the Austrian Physical Society September 27 -29, 2016

Die diesjährige Jahrestagung der Österreichischen Physikalischen Gesellschaft findet von 27. September bis 29. September 2016 an der Fakultät für Physik der Universität Wien und am Stefan-Meyer-Institut der österreichischen...

Fre, 23. Sep 16, 13:30

Sofia Kantorovich (Vienna): Correlations in Magnetic Soft Matter

At the beginning of the 20th century, inspired to a large extent by the work of P. Langevin [1], the idea of magneto-controllable materials had begun to emerge. After more than a century, it is still a challenge to construct a...

Fre, 23. Sep 16, 10:30

Michael Grünwald (Utah): Complex Materials from self-assembly – insights from Computer Simulations

The self-assembly of building blocks ranging from molecules to colloidal nano-particles is an important tool for creating materials that help address urgent challenges in energy conversion, gas storage, and catalysis. While the...

Fre, 23. Sep 16, 09:00

Emanuela Bianchi (TU Vienna): Model systems with directional interactions for anisotropy-driven self-assembly

Suitably designed coarse-grained models of particles at the nano-scale can provide a useful tool to investigate the collective behavior of a wide variety of systems, ranging from atomic/molecular to colloidal or polymer-based...

Don, 22. Sep 16, 16:00

Dieter Süss (TU Wien): Predictions and Design of Functional Magnetic Nanostructures

Within this talk I will present examples where atomistic and continuous modeling Ied to the development of new functional nanostructures. One prominent example that will be presented is the successful prediction of a magnetic...

Don, 22. Sep 16, 14:30

Ulf R. Pedersen (Denmark): Thermodynamics of freezing and melting

Freezing of liquids and melting of crystals are well known by laymen and are fundamental in many areas of the sciences. I will present a theoretical framework for the thermodynamics of freezing and melting [Nature Comms. 7, 12386...

Mon, 12. Sep 16, 09:00

CoQuS Summer School 2016, 12 - 16 September

On 12 - 16 September 2016, distinguished international guest lecturers will cover experimental and theoretical aspects of Quantum Information, Quantum Optics and Quantum Nanophysics:

Aephraim Steinberg (Toronto,...

Fre, 2. Sep 16, 10:30

Michael Wiescher (USA): Neutrons Underground

Some of the most critical reactions for the understanding of the synthesis of elements in stars are the stellar neutron sources. These are reactions that produce neutrons during certain phases of stellar burning, which in turn...

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