Seminars

Seminar held at MPI-PKS (Nöthnitzer Str. 38).

A talk (20+10min) given by an IMPRS student and an invited talk (45+15min) given by an external speaker.

2024-May-22

Michal Belina (UCT Prague)

Tracing the fastest chemical reactions with X-ray photons: Focusing on proton transfer

Prof.  Benjamin Levine (Stony Brook University)

Connecting Ultrafast Spectra to Ultrafast Dynamics
 

2024-Apr-10

Benjamin Rabe (MPI-PKS)

Diabatization via Gaussian Process Regression

Prof.  Albert Bartok-Partay (University of Warwick)

Fitting interatomic potentials from big data using Gaussian process regression

2024-Feb- 28

Udita Shukla (University of Wroclaw)

Effect of color superconductivity on mass-radius of neutron stars and dense matter

Dr. Michael Buballa (TU Darmstadt)

Exotic phases in dense QCD

2024-Jan-17

Victor Cruses Chamoro (IOCB Prague)

Artificial Intelligence For Developing Empirical Potentials

Prof. Dr.  Christoph Dellago (University of Vienna)

Finding the needle in the haystack: machine learning for rare event simulations

2023-Dec-6

Kryštof Březina (Charles University)

Ab initio and path integral molecular dynamics methodology for hydrogen-bonded systems in the condensed phase

Dr. Mariana Rossi (MPI for the structure and dynamics of matter)

Nuclear Quantum Effects in H-bonded Systems

2023-Nov-29

Puja Singhvi (TU Dresden)

Computational Analysis of Crystal Structure and Optoelectronic Properties of Porphyrin and Phthalocyanine-based SURMOFs

Prof. Dr. Christof Wöll (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT))

A Rational Strategy to Assemble Porphyrins and Phthalocyanines into Crystalline Arrays: The SURMOF Approach

2023-Sep-27

Nikolaos Stefanidis (MPI-PKS)

Excitonic Laughlin states in ideal topological insulator bands and MATBG

Prof. Dr. Bogdan Bernevig (Princeton University)

Interactions and Topology in Materials with Flat Bands: Superconductivity, Magnetism, and Fractional Chern Insulators

2023-Sep-13

Yingying Zhang (TU Dresden)

Improving Understanding of COFs Structure for Precise Theoretical Characterization

Prof. Dr. Enrique Cánovas Díaz (IMDEA Nanoscience institute, Madrid)

Non-contact electrical characterization of 2D MOFs and COFs by time resolved THz spectroscop

For seminars from previous academic years, see our former seminars page.