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The "Spezialforschungsbereich Vienna Computational Materials Laboratory" ("SFB ViCoM") is a Special Research Area on Computational Materials Science (Project Number: "Spezialforschungsbereich F41"), funded by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF) and managed mainly by researchers of the University of Vienna and the Vienna University of Technology.

The research of the Vienna Computational Materials Laboratory will mainly focus on an improved description of electronic correlation in solids. The newly developed methods will be applied to cutting-edge materials research using state-of-the-art multi scale methods. The total funding of the Vienna Computational Materials Laboratory for the first 4 years amounts to 3.9 million euros. For further details, please feel free to contact us.

Participating Researchers at the 10th ViCoM Workshop in Stadtschlaining (March 30/31 2016)

Photo credit: (c) SFB ViCoM

Events

Monday, 4. December 2017

Spin and Orbital Magnetism of Rare Earth Atoms Adsorbed on Graphene and Metal Substrates

A talk by Alexander Shick, Institute of Physics, Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague, Czech Republic

Monday, 27. November 2017

A unified approach to physical properties of complex solids

A talk by Josef Kudrnovsky, Institute of Physics AS CR, Prague, Czech Republic

Monday, 20. November 2017

DFT+DMFT studies of metal-insulator transitions in complex 3d transition metal oxides

A talk by Claude Ederer, Materials Theory, ETH Zurich, Switzerland

Monday, 13. November 2017

Calculating polarons in TiO2

A talk by Peter Deak Bremen Center for Computational Materials Science, Bremen University, Germany

Monday, 9. October 2017

GW and Bethe-Salpeter Approaches for Molecular Quantum Chemistry

A talk by Wim Klopper. Institute of Physical Chemistry, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany

Friday, 29. September 2017

FRIDAY: Computational material design: from a simple chemical concept to 3D topological materials

A talk by Xing-Qiu Chen, Shenyang National Laboratory for Materials Science, Institute of Metal Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, P. R. China

Monday, 26. June 2017

Ab-initio description of semiconductors and nanocrystals

A talk by Tobias Sander, Computational Materials Physics, University of Vienna

Monday, 19. June 2017

Electron-phonon interaction in SrTiO3

A talk by S. N. Klimin in collaboration with J. Tempere and J. T. Devreese, TQC group, University of Antwerp, Belgium

 

Monday, 12. June 2017

Magnetic molecules on surfaces: a DFT look into molecular spintronics

A talk by Valerio Bellini, CNR NANO - Istituto Nanoscienze Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Italy

Monday, 29. May 2017

Recent progress on first-principles lattice thermal conductivity calculations

A talk by Atsushi Togo, Elements Strategy Initiative for Structural Materials, Kyoto University

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Highlights

Wednesday, 14. May 2014

From Infinite to Two Dimensions through the Functional Renormalization Group

Published in Physical Review Letters

Sunday, 30. March 2014

Dynamic relaxation of a levitated nanoparticle from a non-equilibrium steady state

Published in Nature Nanotechnology

Tuesday, 18. March 2014

Anisotropic two-dimensional electron gas at SrTiO3(110)

Published in PNAS

Friday, 7. March 2014

Ionization Potentials of Solids

The Importance of Vertex Corrections

Thursday, 23. January 2014

Edge Theories in Projected Entangled Pair State Models

Published in Physical Review Letters

Tuesday, 7. January 2014

Quantum Flutter: Signatures and Robustness

Published in Physical Review Letters

Wednesday, 23. October 2013

Entanglement Rates and Area Laws

Published in Physical Review Letters

Monday, 23. September 2013

Room-temperature spin-spiral multiferroicity in high-pressure cupric oxide

Published in Nature Communications

Monday, 9. September 2013

Direct calculation of the solid-liquid Gibbs free energy difference in a single equilibrium simulation0

An Interface-Pinning-Method by Ulf Rørbæk Pedersen


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