Half-day Workshops 2017

Electronic excitations in nanostructured and correlated materials

November 08th, 2017

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


Real-time charge dynamics

October 23rd, 2017

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


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

August 21st, 2017

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


Quantum Chemistry - From photochemistry to electronic correlations

May 15th, 2017

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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Realistic modeling of electronic correlation effects

April 26th, 2017

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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