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Titles of Talks

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      Tuesday,
July 8
  Wednesday,
July 9
  Thursday,
July 10
  Friday,
July 11
  Saturday,
July 12
  Sunday,
July 13
  Monday,
July 14
  Tuesday,
July 15
  Wednesday,
July 16
  Thursday,
July 17
  Friday,
July 18
  Saturday,
July 19
        Electronic Structure Theory   Interfacial Design and Analysis   Synthesis of Molecular Materials       Spectroscopy & Microscopy   Device Fabrication and Characterization   Electronic Structure - Hands On   Material Classes and Properties    
        Chair: Claudia Draxl   Chairs: Philip Schulz & Norbert Koch   Chair: Stefan Hecht       Chairs: Recardo Manzke & Mattia Mullazi   Chair: Dieter Neher   Chair: Claudia Draxl   Chair: Jürgen P. Rabe   Chairs: Claudia Draxl & Stefan Hecht  
  8:00                               Departure at Dorint Hotel to Fraunhofer Institute                
  15                                              
  30                                              
  45                                              
  9:00   Arrival     Philip Schulz
Introduction to Interfacial Design & Analysis
  Xinliang Feng
Bottom-up synthesis of graphene
    Lab-Day
Collection of several hands-on techniques Part I

Abstract

The students participating to the tutorial will carry out a scanning tunnel microscopy (STM) experiment on graphite. The experiment technique, based on the tunnel effect, maps the material surface in real space at different lengthscales, from the atomic to the mesoscopic (1 µm) scale. During the experiment, the STM will be used to identify the carbon atoms lattice, the surface steps and point defects. Measurements of the tunnel current versus bias voltage curves will probe the density of the states at the tip position providing a local probe of the electronic structure.

  Dieter Neher
Physics of Polymer-based Devices
  Claudia Draxl
Andris Gulans
Pasquale Pavone
  Steven L. Bernasek
Structure, Properties and Applications of Self-assembled Monolayers in (Opto)-Electronics
  Presentation of Proposals   Departure
  15     Matthias Scheffler
Status of Electronic Structure Theory for Materials: Introduction and Overview
                   
  30                        
  45                 Silvia Janietz
Smart Chemical Strageties for High Performance Polymers
       
  10:00                        
  15                        
  30     Coffee Break   Coffee Break   Coffee Break         Coffee Break     Coffee Break   Coffee Break  
  45                        
  11:00     Claudia Draxl
Matthias Scheffler
Roberto Car
John P. Perdew
  Philip Schulz
Norbert Koch
Lay-Lay Chua
Katharina Franke
  Jishan Wu
Open-shell Polycyclic Hydrocarbons
        Armin Wedel
The Art of Device-Making
    Steven L. Bernasek
Goki Eda
Prashant Sonar
Jürgen P. Rabe
  Presentation of Proposals  
  15                        
  30                        
  45         Arne Thomas
Highly Porous Polymer Networks from Functional Building Blocks: New Materials for Catalytic, Optoelectronic and Energy Applications
        Prashant Sonar
Fused Aromatic Diketopyrrolopyrrole- An Old Dye for New Advanced Materials
       
  12:00                        
  15                        
  30     Lunch   Lunch   Lunch       Lunch   Lunch   Lunch   Lunch   Lunch  
  45                        
  13:00                        
  15                        
  30                 Lab-Visit Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Polymer Research        
  45                   Departure at 0'119 to      
  14:00                   Visit Campus Adlershof      
  15                        
  30     Roberto Car
Ab-initio Molecular Dynamics: an introduction and a case study
  Katharina Franke
Magnetism at interfaces
  Xinliang Feng
Jishan Wu
Arne Thomas
Stefan Hecht
      Lab-Day
Collection of several hands-on techniques Part II

Abstract

The students participating to the tutorial will carry out a scanning tunnel microscopy (STM) experiment on graphite. The experiment technique, based on the tunnel effect, maps the material surface in real space at different lengthscales, from the atomic to the mesoscopic (1 �m) scale. During the experiment, the STM will be used to identify the carbon atoms lattice, the surface steps and point defects. Measurements of the tunnel current versus bias voltage curves will probe the density of the states at the tip position providing a local probe of the electronic structure.

      Wei Chen
Rational Design of Functional Two-Dimensional Molecular Nanostructure Arrays on Surfaces
  Presentation of Proposals  
  45                        
  15:00                        
  15     John P. Perdew
Climbing the Ladder of Density Functional Approximations
  Lay-Lay Chua
Device interfaces in polymer organic semiconductors
              Goki Eda
Optical absorption and emission in two-dimensional semiconductors
   
  30                        
  45                        
  16:00     Coffee Break   Coffee Break   Coffee Break             Coffee Break   Departure at 0'119 to  
  15                        
  30     Wrap up   Wrap up   Wrap up           Wine and Pretzels   Wrap up   Farewell  
  45                        
  17:00                        
  15                        
  30   Departure at Hotel Dorint to                      
  45                        
  18:00         Free         Free        
  15                        
  30         Departure at Hotel Dorint to                
  45                        
  19:00                       Free  
  15                        
  30                        
  45