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Veranstaltungen 2019

MAPEX Symposium 2019

  • symposium 2019

    MAPEX Symposium 2019

    Excited Materials – field-induced out-of-equilibrium phenomena

  • symposium 2019

    MAPEX Symposium 2019

    Excited Materials – field-induced out-of-equilibrium phenomena

  • symposium 2019

    MAPEX Symposium 2019

    Excited Materials – field-induced out-of-equilibrium phenomena

  • symposium 2019

    MAPEX Symposium 2019

    Excited Materials – field-induced out-of-equilibrium phenomena

  • symposium 2019

    MAPEX Symposium 2019

    Excited Materials – field-induced out-of-equilibrium phenomena

  • symposium 2019

    MAPEX Symposium 2019

    Excited Materials – field-induced out-of-equilibrium phenomena

  • symposium 2019

    MAPEX Symposium 2019

    Excited Materials – field-induced out-of-equilibrium phenomena

  • symposium 2019

    MAPEX Symposium 2019

    Excited Materials – field-induced out-of-equilibrium phenomena

  • symposium 2019

    MAPEX Symposium 2019

    Excited Materials – field-induced out-of-equilibrium phenomena

  • symposium 2019

    MAPEX Symposium 2019

    Excited Materials – field-induced out-of-equilibrium phenomena

  • symposium 2019

    MAPEX Symposium 2019

    Excited Materials – field-induced out-of-equilibrium phenomena

  • symposium 2019

    MAPEX Symposium 2019

    Excited Materials – field-induced out-of-equilibrium phenomena

  • symposium 2019

    MAPEX Symposium 2019

    Excited Materials – field-induced out-of-equilibrium phenomena

  • symposium 2019

    MAPEX Symposium 2019

    Excited Materials – field-induced out-of-equilibrium phenomena

  • symposium 2019

    MAPEX Symposium 2019

    Excited Materials – field-induced out-of-equilibrium phenomena

  • symposium 2019

    MAPEX Symposium 2019

    Excited Materials – field-induced out-of-equilibrium phenomena

  • symposium 2019

    MAPEX Symposium 2019

    Excited Materials – field-induced out-of-equilibrium phenomena

Excited Materials – field-induced out-of-equilibrium phenomena

‘Excited Materials’ were in the focus of the MAPEX Symposium 2019, touching topics from electronic structure modelling to electrical power devices. Over the two days, more than 50 MAPEX members and guests excitedly followed the 26 contributions on ‘field induced phenomena’ in 2D semiconductors, in electrical power devices, in organic functional materials as well as during electron induced reactions or laser-induced thermomechanical surface smoothing.

In the opening lecture, David Field from Aarhus University reported on his idea of THz emission from spontaneously electrical solids. How to use two-dimensional electronic spectroscopy to probe ultrafast nonadiabatic dynamics in organic photovoltaic materials was demonstrated by Antonietta de Sio from the University of Oldenburg. During the first day’s flashlight session early career researchers from the research training group QM³ - Quantum Mechanical Materials Modelling presented their projects, giving short presentations that were discussed in depth during the subsequent poster session. After contributions from Nando Kaminski and Fabio La Mantia, the first day closed with an inspiring talk by Georg Pesch, who exploits dielectrophoretic forces for material-selective particle separation with the final aim of detecting cancer cells in human blood.

The second day started with a lecture on electronic and optical properties of atomically thin semiconductors by Frank Jahnke and was followed by six keynote talks as well a poster session with corresponding flashlight presentations. Special highlights were the talks of Andreas Rosenauer, who showed how to measure electrical polarization on the atomic scale using STEM. Furthermore, Ruchira Pereira impressively demonstrated how self-reporting micro-fibers can be produced by centrifugal force spinning. The programme was rounded off by the welcome address of Nicola Marzari, the new U Bremen Excellence Chair from EPFL in Lausanne.

Further keynote speakers were: Petra Swiderek ("Electron-induced chemistry - Versatile reactions beyond ground state equilibria"), Alexander Kothe ("Lasing in II-VI semiconductor quantum structures"), Mathias Schulz (Otto-Diels-Institute, University of Kiel, "Photoswitchable Silicones: Effects of Azobenzene Isomerization in Solution and in a Free-Standing Film"), Sandro Eckert (BIAS, "Mechanisms of laser-induced thermochemical surface smoothing").
Complete programme (online or pdf).

8th MAPEX Early Career Researchers Workshop

“Building Bridges” across faculties and institutes

29. April 2019

With multidisciplinary contributions from early career researchers, the 8th MAPEX Early Career Researchers Workshop aimed at flattening the existing borders between faculties and institutes even further.  Taking place in Bremen, the one-day workshop hosted more than 40 guests from almost all parts of the MAPEX research landscape that encompasses the investigation of materials with numerous theoretical and applied methods as well as process- and production-oriented technologies.

Early career researchers were given the opportunity to present their work to the audience in condensed flashlight-talks before explaining it in further detail during several extensive poster sessions. The programme was complemented by a supportive session about different funding possibilities for scientific projects and an introduction to the do’s and don’ts of open-access publishing provided by the State Library. Many prolific discussions arose in the coffee breaks and it is to expect that new scientific collaborations have resulted from this workshop.

Finally, an impressive plenary lecture on advances in gear manufacturing held by Prof. Bernhard Karpuschewski concluded the workshop leaving no doubt about the high importance of materials science for today`s and tomorrows world.

Please refer to the flyer below for the complete list of contributions.

 

  • 8th MAPEX ECR Workshop

    8th MAPEX Early Career Researcher Workshop

    29 April 2019

  • 8th MAPEX ECR Workshop

    8th MAPEX Early Career Researcher Workshop

    29 April 2019

  • 8th MAPEX ECR Workshop

    8th MAPEX Early Career Researcher Workshop

    29 April 2019

  • 8th MAPEX ECR Workshop

    8th MAPEX Early Career Researcher Workshop

    29 April 2019

  • 8th MAPEX ECR Workshop

    8th MAPEX Early Career Researcher Workshop

    29 April 2019

  • 8th MAPEX ECR Workshop

    8th MAPEX Early Career Researcher Workshop

    29 April 2019

  • 8th MAPEX ECR Workshop

    8th MAPEX Early Career Researcher Workshop

    29 April 2019

  • 8th MAPEX ECR Workshop

    8th MAPEX Early Career Researcher Workshop

    29 April 2019

  • 8th MAPEX ECR Workshop

    8th MAPEX Early Career Researcher Workshop

    29 April 2019

  • 8th MAPEX ECR Workshop

    8th MAPEX Early Career Researcher Workshop

    29 April 2019

  • 8th MAPEX ECR Workshop

    8th MAPEX Early Career Researcher Workshop

    29 April 2019

  • 8th MAPEX ECR Workshop

    8th MAPEX Early Career Researcher Workshop

    29 April 2019

  • 8th MAPEX ECR Workshop

    8th MAPEX Early Career Researcher Workshop

    29 April 2019

  • 8th MAPEX ECR Workshop

    8th MAPEX Early Career Researcher Workshop

    29 April 2019

  • 8th MAPEX ECR Workshop

    8th MAPEX Early Career Researcher Workshop

    29 April 2019

MAPEX Methods Workshop III - Mechanical Materials Testing

  • Third MAPEX Methods Workshop 2019

    13. February 2019

  • Third MAPEX Methods Workshop 2019

    13. February 2019

  • Third MAPEX Methods Workshop 2019

    13. February 2019

  • Third MAPEX Mehtods Workshop 2019

    13. February 2019

  • Third MAPEX Methdos Workshop 2019

    13. February 2019

  • Third MAPEX Methods Workshop 2019

    13. February 2019

  • Third MAPEX Methods Workshop 2019

    13. February 2019

  • Third MAPEX Methods Workshop 2019

    13. February 2019

  • Third MAPEX Methods Workshop 2019

    13. February 2019

13th February 2019

The third edition of MAPEX Methods Workshop took place on 13th of February, 2019, having "mechanical characterization techniques" as its main focus. Around 40 PhD students, postdocs and MAPEX members gathered to discuss about the testing capacities available at the University of Bremen. The workshop started with a brief lecture from Prof. Brigitte Clausen on the basics of mechanical testing. Afterwards, nine speakers gave the audience an overview of the available methods, ranging from mechanical tests with in-situ microstructural monitoring, micro/nano-scale tests and specific characterization techniques for metals, fibers, composites, adhesive joints, as well as multilayer structures like computer boards. This time, the workshop also counted with the presence of an external speaker, Dr. Henry Ovri from Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht, who reported about the nano mechanical test facilities of his institute. In general, the workshop was a great opportunity for researchers to exchange experiences and learn about different mechanical test techniques, which may lead to future collaborations.

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