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ICP - Kolloquium

In the Summer Semester 2009, the ICP Kolloquium takes usually place on Thursday from 14:00 - 15:30 in the seminar room (ICP V27.02), although in several cases the talks are scheduled on Monday at the same hour (see below).

Current Schedule

23.04.2009 No Kolloquium
30.04.2009 Igor Pasichnyk (München) application_pdf.pngSome methods of simulating electrostatics

and neutron transport (18 KB)Info circle.png

(Monday!!! 04.05.2009 Olaf Lenz (MPI-P Mainz) Espresso ++
14.05.2009 Marcello Sega (Trento University) Pitfalls on the way to single

molecule thermodynamics

Monday !!! 18.05.2009
Room V27.03
Daniel Sebastiani (MPI-M Mainz) Structure and Functionality of Supramolecular Systems via Ab-initio Calculations
21.05.2009 HOLIDAY, No Kolloquium
28.05.2009 Regine von Klitzing (TU Berlin) application_pdf.pngPolyelectrolytes at interfaces and confined in thin liquid films (69 KB)Info circle.png
04.06.2009 -------
Monday !!! 08.06.2009
Room V27.03
Prof. Dr. Clemens Bechinger (Physikalisches Institut, Univ. Stuttgart) application_pdf.png Critical Casimir Forces at work (46 KB)Info circle.png
11.06.2009 HOLIDAY, No Kolloquium
18.06.2009 ----
Monday !!! 22.06.2009
Room V27.03
Mario Del Popolo (Queen's University, Belfast) application_pdf.pngDipolar chains and micro-phase segregation in ionic fluids (27 KB)Info circle.png
02.07.2009 ----
Monday !!! 06.07.2009
Room V27.03
Prof. Dr. Domenico Giulini (Max-Planck-Institute for Gravitational Physics) Inertial Systems and Gravitomagnetism
09.07.2009 Rainer Helmig (IWS, Stuttgart) A New Multiscale Approach for the Simulation of Multiphase Flow Processes in Porous Media
16.07.2009 (AT 14:30 !!!) Reinhard Reichel(Institut für Luftfahrtsysteme) Fly-by-Wire Systeme / Ausfallsichere Computersteuerungen in Flugzeugen
23.07.2009 Roland Roth (MPI FKF) Density functional theory of charged systems: theory and applications
Sine Die Udo Seifert (ITP 2, Uni Stuttgart) Stochastic Thermodynamics