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  • 19. Vortragstagung für Anorganische Chemie der Fachgruppen Wöhler-Vereinigung und Festkörperchemie und Materialforschung

    24.- 27. September 2018 in Regensburg

    Vorträge können bis zum 31. März 2018 und Poster bis zum 31. Juli 2018 online unter
    www.2018woehler-fk.de eingereicht werden

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  • 19th International Symposium on the Reactivity of Solids (ISRS-19)

    We cordially invite you to attend the "19th International Symposium on the Reactivity of Solids (ISRS-19)", which will be held between Sunday 15th and Wednesday 18th of July 2018 at the University of Bayreuth's campus.

    According to its long history, the symposium aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars from all over the world to discuss recent results and future developments of the reactivity of solids.

    All relevant information concerning the venue, program, accommodation and events may be found on the conference website: www.isrs2018.uni-bayreuth.de

    Experts from America, Europe and Asia will stimulate vivid scientific discussions on the reactivity of solids by delivering 8 plenary and 14 invited lectures. The program comprises in total 12 sessions and will be complemented by 26 oral presentations and poster sessions. Therefore, the conference will be of interest also for younger scientists and there will be slots not only for posters but also for oral presentations given to younger researchers. The scientific program will be updated as speakers confirm.

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  • Erice Schools on Materials for Renewable Energy

    1st announcement 2018

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On August 8, 2017, the 2nd Stuttgart Workshop on Thermoelectrics (SWT2) took place at the Institute for Materials Science of the University of Stuttgart. The follow-up event of last year’s SWT1 featured 20 oral and poster presentations and attracted more than 40 national and international participants from universities, research institutes and industry revealing the growing popularity of the conference. Topics span the whole range from basic research of common and novel materials through metrology to application. The workshop itself was framed by two tutorials given by Prof. Terry M. Tritt from Clemson University (USA), a worldwide leading authority in the field of thermoelectrics. The two lectures titled “Overview of Thermoelectric Phenomena and Applications & Selection Criteria for Good Thermoelectric Materials” and “Bulk Thermoelectric Materials Measurements: A Look Behind the Curtain” offered valuable insights in the technology for both non-experts and specialists. Due to the growing success with the scientific community this conference format will be continued next summer.

The planned next workshop in this series SWT3 will take place in August 2018 and will broaden the topic to semiconductor basics and photovoltaic converters. Please enlist for further information on “phonons meet photons workshops” by sending an to Wenjie Xie (email).

 >> Impressions and Detailed Information

On August 8, 2017, the 2nd Stuttgart Workshop on Thermoelectrics (SWT2) took place at the Institute for Materials Science of the University of Stuttgart. The follow-up event of last year’s SWT1 featured 20 oral and poster presentations and attracted more than 40 national and international participants from universities, research institutes and industry revealing the growing popularity of the conference. Topics span the whole range from basic research of common and novel materials through metrology to application. The workshop itself was framed by two tutorials given by Prof. Terry M. Tritt from Clemson University (USA), a worldwide leading authority in the field of thermoelectrics. The two lectures titled “Overview of Thermoelectric Phenomena and Applications & Selection Criteria for Good Thermoelectric Materials” and “Bulk Thermoelectric Materials Measurements: A Look Behind the Curtain” offered valuable insights in the technology for both non-experts and specialists. Due to the growing success with the scientific community this conference format will be continued next summer.

The planned next workshop in this series SWT3 will take place in August 2018 and will broaden the topic to semiconductor basics and photovoltaic converters. Please enlist for further information on “phonons meet photons workshops” by sending an to Wenjie Xie (email).

 >> Impressions and Detailed Information