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Workshops and Symposia

MAPEX Symposium 2019

“Excited Materials – field-induced out-of-equilibrium phenomena”
Monday, 17 June 2019 - Tuesday, 18 June 2019
Rotunde, Cartesium, Bremen, Germany

Taking place on 17 and 18 June on the campus of the University of Bremen, the agenda will comprise keynote talks held by invited speakers from MAPEX as well as external experts. Furthermore, short presentations and posters by early career researchers from the MAPEX community will round out the two-days programme.

Please register here.

Preliminary schedule

Monday

17 June 2019

10:00

registration

10:15

session 1

12:10

lunch at Café Unique

13:15

session 2

14:45

poster-session and coffee

15:45

session 3

17:00

end of first day

18:00

dinner

Tuesday

18 June 2019

8:45

registration

9:00

session 4

10:30

poster-session and coffee

11:20

session 5

12:20

lunch at Café Unique

13:30

session 6

14:45

coffee break

15:00

session 7

16:00

End of programme

 

Confirmed contributions

External guests

An excited material: field induced THz emission from spontaneously electrical solids
David Field
Department of Physics and Astronomy, Aarhus University, Denmark

Photoswitchable Silicones: Effects of Azobenzene Isomerization in Solution and in a Free-Standing Film
Mathias Schulz
Otto-Diels-Institute, University of Kiel

 

Keynote talks

Ultrafast nonadiabatic dynamics in organic photovoltaic materials probed by two-dimensional electronic spectroscopy
Antonietta de Sio
Ultrafast Nano-Optics, Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg

Non-adiabatic excited state molecular dynamics simulations of photo-initiated charge transfer in organic photovoltaic systems"
Lynn Groß
Bremen Center for Computational Materials Science, University of Bremen

Title angefragt
Ruchira Pereira
Organic Functional Materials, University of Bremen

tba
Andreas Rosenauer
Electron Microscopy, University of Bremen

tba
Nando Kaminski
Electrical Power Devices, University of Bremen

Lasing in II-VI semiconductor quantum structures
Alexander Kothe
Semiconductor Optics, University of Bremen

Electron-induced chemistry - Versatile reactions beyond ground state equilibria
Petra Swiderek
Electron-induced reactions, University of Bremen

tba
Frank Jahnke
Semiconductor Physics, University of Bremen

tba
TBN
BIAS, AG Vollertsen

 

 

Flashlight and poster contributions

MoS2-2D-Strukturen mit Dotierung - angefragt
Sven Mehrkens, Oleg Gridenco
Semiconductor Optics, University of Bremen

Nanostrukturen für Lichtemission/Lasing - Nanodiscs und Nanowire -angefragt
Wilken Seemann
Semiconductor Optics, University of Bremen

Photoswitchable Poly(siloxanes)
Melanie Walther
Organic Functional Materials, University of Bremen

Modifying electronic and optical properties due to excited carriers in atomically thin semiconductors based on transition metal dichalcogenides
Daniel Erben
Semiconductor Physics, QM³, University of Bremen

tba
Sebastian Pothoff
Hybrid Materials Interfaces, QM³, University of Bremen

Sulphur induced corrosion of copper
Michael Hanf
Electrical Power Devices, University of Bremen

Further contributions from research training group QM³

 

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