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ViCoM Young Researchers Meeting 2016

September 22nd/23rd 2016

 

Call for contributions

SFB ViCoM proudly announces our second Young Researchers Meeting. We aim to give young researchers (students, PhDs, Postdocs) the opportunity to present their work, discuss their research with their peers, learn about other fields and establish connections and hopefully collaborations. We invite you to submit an abstract for oral or poster presentations.


The meeting will cover the broad field of the SFB ViCoM: (computational) materials science, including density functional theory, highly correlated systems, phase transitions, and excited states in solids, to name a few.  Apart from invited talks that will give an overview of their respective fields, the program will include several contributed talks, a poster session, and a conference dinner.

Invited Speakers

  • Smith Morais, Christiane, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands
  • Wolverton, Chris, Northwestern University, USA
  • Cottenier, Stefaan, University of Gent, Belgium
  • Kraft, Daniela, Universiteit Leiden, The Netherlands

All talks take place at the Erwin Schrödinger International Institute for Mathematics and Physics (ESI), Boltzmanngasse 9, 1090 Vienna. The Young Researchers Meeting is an event within the thematic programme "Synergies between Mathematical and Computational Approaches to Quantum Many-Body Physics" from Aug 29th to Oct 21 at ESI.

In order to register send a short abstract of your presentation (max. 400 words) to sfb.vicom@univie.ac.at until August 21st 2016. You will be notified of your acceptance until September 4th 2016. We would like each subproject to contribute one talk each and at least one poster presentation.

Since we need to know the number of participants, we ask you to also register if you do not submit a contribution.

We are looking forward to your contributions.

The organizing committee

Florian Libisch
Cornelia Hille
Carina Karner
David Toneian
Fabien Tran

 


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