Topic courses, summer/winter schools, Workshops


    2019

  • 10.07.2019
  • Internal doctoral students' workshop on "ESR Spectroscopy" by Dr. Eckhard Bill, MPI-CEC, Mühlheim/Ruhr

  • 07.10.2019 - 11.10.2019 (optional: 07.10.-18.10.2019)
  • Hands-on course on density-functional calculations by Peter Blöchl

    Learn to perform density-functional calculations of molecules and solids:
    -Theoretical basis of first-principles calculations
    Density-functional theory, ab-initio molecular dynamics, electronic structure methods
    -Understanding electronic structure and chemical bonds
    Patterns of bonding, from bonds to bandstructures, from atoms to solids, comprehend structures
    -Practice course using the CP-PAW code package
    Step-by-step introduction under the guidance of experienced tutors
    -Guided projects (2nd week optional)
    Advanced lectures and individual projects, seminar
    contact: handson2019@pt.tu-clausthal.de

    2018

  • 11.02.2018 - 15.02.2018
  • Winterschool in Riezlern
    Talks by external speakers, doctoral students and PIs; poster presentations about results achieved so far in the respective groups of the CRC

  • 12.04.2018, 9 am - 6 pm
  • Internal doctoral students' workshop, venue: Pro Office, Göttingen

  • 06.08.2018 - 08.08.2018, Business Studies compact by Klein and Kollegen/Unternehmensberatung und Personaltraining, Duderstadt


  • Course addressed to scientists with little knowledge in the field of business. Possibility of "European Business Competence Licence" (EBC*L Wirtschaftsführerschein)
    http://www.bwlakademie.de/

  • 03.09.2018 - 14.09.2018
  • A two-week hands-on course on density functional calculations by Peter Blöchl

    -Theoretical basis of first-principle calculations:
    Density-functional theory, ab-initio molecular dynamics, electronic structure methods
    -Understanding electronic structure and chemical bonds:
    Patterns of bonding, from bonds to bandstructures, from atoms to solids, basics of magnetism
    -Practice course using the CP-PAW code package:
    Step-by-step introduction under the guidance of experienced tutors

  • 10.10.2018 - 12.10.2018, Business Studies compact by Klein and Kollegen/Unternehmensberatung und Personaltraining, Duderstadt


  • Course addressed to scientists with little knowledge in the field of business. Possibility of "European Business Competence Licence" (EBC*L Wirtschaftsführerschein)
    http://www.bwlakademie.de/

    2017

  • 04.09.2017 - 08.09.2017
  • Hands-on course on first principal calculations by Peter Blöchl
    Topics:
    -Theoretical basis of first-principle calculations:
    Density-functional theory, ab-initio molecular dynamics, electronic structure methods
    -Understanding electronic structure and chemical bonds:
    Patterns of bonding, from bonds to bandstructures, from atoms to solids, basics of magnetism
    -Practice course using the CP-PAW code package:
    Step-by-step introduction under the guidance of experienced tutors

    2016

  • 05.09.2016 - 09.09.2016 and 12.09.2016 - 16.09.2016
  • Hands-on course on first principal calculations by Peter Blöchl
    Topics:
    -Theoretical basis of first-principle calculations:
    Density-functional theory, ab-initio molecular dynamics, electronic structure methods
    -Understanding electronic structure and chemical bonds:
    Patterns of bonding, from bonds to bandstructures, from atoms to solids, basics of magnetism
    -Practice course using the CP-PAW code package:
    Step-by-step introduction under the guidance of experienced tutors

  • 04.09.2016 - 09.09.2016, Summer School in Göttingen, organized by Oliver Bünermann and Alec Wodtke

  • Topic: Summer school on Interfaces and Energy
    Deadline for registration is March 31st.
    http://www.icasec.uni-goettingen.de/summer-school-2016


  • 01.06.2016 - 03.06.2016, Business Studies compact by Klein and Kollegen/Unternehmensberatung und Personaltraining, Duderstadt


  • Course addressed to scientists with little knowledge in the field of business. Possibility of "European Business Competence Licence" (EBC*L Wirtschaftsführerschein)
    http://www.bwlakademie.de/

  • 26.05.2016 - 27.05.2016, Scientific Presentation by Vepik e.V. Göttingen


  • Focus is on optimizing scientific presentations. How to present yourself to specific audiences, e.g. if they are not experts in the field, etc.
    http://www.vepik.de

  • 04.04.2016 - 05.04.2016, Career Opportunities for PhD Students in Physics and Chemistry by KEPOS GmbH, Mannheim

  • http://www.kepos.de

    In the course the participants are given specific support for the development of their own career plans. Appropriate professional fields for natural scientists are presented. The participants pursue the question which competences and personality traits they possess and where they can make best use of them.
    In the second part the doctoral students get information how to highlight their individual profile in application, documents and personal presentations in a convincing way. In this part the focus is set on differences between academic research and other areas.

  • 03.04.2016 - 06.04.2016 612. Heraeus-Seminar in the Physikzentrum, Bad Honnef

  • Topic: Electrons and phonons: Interfaces and interactions

    The topics to be addressed by the seminar are interaction between electronic and phononic system, influence of interfaces and surfaces on this interaction and the resulting consequences for electrical and thermal transport phenomena.

    This series of seminars is dedicated to a specialized public and is restricted to 70 participants among which there are around 15 invited speakers and several contributed speakers, as well as poster presentations. Emphasis is set on giving young investigators at the PhD or PostDoc level the opportunity to participate.

    The organizing committee for this seminar is constituted by
    -Dr. Gabi Schierning, Leibniz-Institute for Solid State and Materials Research Dresden
    -Prof. Kornelius Nielsch, Leibniz-Institute for Solid State and Materials Research Dresden
    -Dr. Raphael Hermann, Oak Ridge National Laboratory- Prof. Christian Jooß, University of Göttingen

    More information and registration:
    http://www.ifw-dresden.de/institutes/imw/events/612-we-heraeus-seminar/


    2015

  • 02.12. - 03.12.2015
  • Advanced EELS course by Prof. Gerald Kothleitner/Graz, Austria

  • 25.11. and 26.11.2015 Introduction to EELS by Prof. Michael Seibt, I. Physikalisches Institut, University of Göttingen


  • 25.10. - 28.10.2015
  • Doctoral Students' Joint Seminar with the Fritz-Haber-Institute Berlin
    The program comprises the following parts: internal sessions on Monday about "Materials", "EELS" and "Ultra-fast dynamics"; on Tuesday and Wednesday talks covering topics of the clusters A, B and C by speakers of the FHI: Robert Schlögl "title will follow", Tobias Kampfrath "Intense THz pulses: probing and controlling fundamental motions of electrons, spins and ions", Axel Knop "Photoelectron Spectroscopy Studies of Electrochemical Processes", Martin Wolf "Ultrafast Dynamics of Photoinduced Surface Reactions and Phase Transitions in Solids", Marc Willinger "Chemical Electron Microscopy" and Takashi Kumagai "Direct observation of hydrogen dynamics using scanning probe microscopy", from the University of Basel: Shigeki Kawai "Structural and mechanical properties of conjugated molecules on surfaces studied with high-resolution atomic force microscopy at low temperature" and from the University of Göttingen: Cynthia Volkert "The Physics of Friction", Sascha Schäfer "Nanoscale probing in ultrafast transmission electron microscopy"and Christian Jooss "Energy conversion processes in materials with strong correlations"


  • 14.09. - 18.09.2015
  • Hands-on course on first principal calculations by Peter Blöchl
    Topics:
    -Theoretical basis of first-principle calculations:
    Density-functional theory, ab-initio molecular dynamics, electronic structure methods
    -Understanding electronic structure and chemical bonds:
    Patterns of bonding, from bonds to bandstructures, from atoms to solids, basics of magnetism
    -Practice course using the CP-PAW code package:
    Step-by-step introduction under the guidance of experienced tutors


  • 30.08. - 04.09.2015
    The Max-Planck-Institute for Chemical Energy Conversion organizes a Summer School with the topic "Methods in Molecular Energy Research". It will take place at the Wissenschaftspark Gelsenkirchen. It is designed for graduate students and post-doctoral fellows in the general field of molecular energy research and inorganic chemistry. Participants will be introduced to a wide range of spectroscopic methods by international experts, while practical sessions will focus on electronic structure calculations and the prediction of spectroscopic properties.

    Topics:
    -Introduction to computational chemistry
    -Ligand field theory, magnetism
    -Electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR), optical (UV/Vis) and MCD, vibrational (IR/Raman), Mössbauer and X-ray spectroscopies (XAS, XES)
    -Calculation of spectroscopic parameters
    -Advanced special interest lecutres

    More information and registration:
    http://www.cec.mpg.de/workshops/summerschools2015/

  • 08.06.- 09.06.2015 or 22.06.-23.06.2015
  • Topic Course on "The art of leading in non-leadership contexts"
    -Duration: 1.5-days workshop, plus option of follow-up meeting after 2-3 months
    -Trainer: Dr. Gudrun Henne - http://viveka-international.de/en en/
    -Target group: PhD students and postdocs at SFB/CRC Nordcampus
    -Location: Nordcampus; room tba
    -Registration: by March 31st, 2015

  • 09.01.2015 - 22.01.2015
  • Topic Course on Electrochemistry by Sven Schneider, Christian Jooß and Marc Robert
    Introduction:
    "Theoretrical concepts of electrochemistry"
    09.01.2015: 14.15-16.00 - C03.101
    "Applications and practical aspects"
    16.01.2015: 14.15-16.00 - C03.101
    Advanced course:
    "The Bases of molecular electrochemistry and their use in cyclic voltammetry"
    21.01.2015: 8.15-10.00 - C03.101
    "Coupling electron transfer and chemical reactions"
    21.01.2015: 12.00-13.45 - C03.101
    "Looking at catalytic systems"
    22.01.2015: 14.15-16.00 - C03.101


    2014

  • 06.10. - 10.10.2014
  • Hands-on course on first principal calculations by Peter Blöchl
    Topics:
    -Theoretical basis of first-principle calculations:
    Density-functional theory, ab-initio molecular dynamics, electronic structure methods
    -Understanding electronic structure and chemical bonds:
    Patterns of bonding, from bonds to bandstructures, from atoms to solids, basics of magnetism
    -Practice course using the CP-PAW code package:
    Step-by-step introduction under the guidance of experienced tutors


  • 08.09. - 12.09.2014
    The Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg organizes a Summer school "Solarvalley Sommerschule für Photovoltaik und Energiespeicherung" from 8th September to 12th September. Attached please find the handout. Since the costs for participation are not so high, only the approval of your PIs is required. The handout with the registration card is available in the SFB office.


  • 31.08. - 06.09.2014
    ORCA summer school at "MPI für Chemische Energiekonversion" in Gelsenkirchen.
    Topics are: Molecular energy research, spectroscopic methods and DFT calculations.


  • 03.08. - 15.08.2014
    We would like to draw your attention to the summerschool FEMTOMAG: Multiscale dynamics in Condensed Matter which will be held on the premises of the Radboud University in Nijmegen from August 3 to August 15. The course is designed for Master and PhD students in condensed matter physics with an interest in the recent developments in ultrafast dynamics of strongly correlated electron systems including laser-induced spin dynamics in magnetic materials and ultrafast control of conductivity in superconductors.
    http://www.ru.nl/radboudsummerschool/courses/science/@940317/femtomag/


  • 27.07. - 31.07.2014
    Der SFB 1083 der Philipps Universität Marburg (Structure and Dynamics of
    Internal Interfaces) organisiert eine Sommerschule zum Thema
    "Semiconductor Interface - Methods and Model Systems".
    Die Schule findet in Donostia (San Sebastian, Spanien) statt.


  • 14.05. - 20.05.2014
    Vom 14. bis zum 20. Mai bieten wir einen einwöchigen Praktikumsplatz für
    einen interessierten Doktoranten des SFB 1073 am SSRL in Stanford an. Wir
    werden am SSRL zeitaufgeloeste Roentgen-Emissionsspektroskopie an Kupfer -
    Elektronendonor / - akzeptorsystemen in Lösung untersuchen und die Idee
    ist, dass der Doktorant bei dieser Messzeit erst einmal in die Technik
    eingeführt wird und dann natürlich richtig mithelfen kann.


  • 03.02. and 04.02.2014
    Characterization of solid catalysts by selected spectroscopic (in situ) methods:
    Fundamentals and applications in heterogeneous catalysis.
    Angelika Brückner, Head of Department "Catalytic in situ-Studies" and Member of the Board of Leibniz Institute for Catalysis in Rostock