[Wien] DEADLINES THIS WEEK: WIEN2k workshop and ICAMM 2014 conference
dharmbir at yahoo.com
Tue Mar 25 22:06:22 CET 2014
Dear Prof. Xavier Rocquefelte,
I am young faculty in Pvt college and want attend WIEN2k workshop & ICAMM 2014 conference. For me it will be difficult to pay euro 550 and so I request you to allow me euro 200 just like in PhD & Postdoc candidate. I will be vary thankful.
Dr. D. Singh
On Tuesday, March 25, 2014 1:14 AM, Rocquefelte <Xavier.Rocquefelte at cnrs-imn.fr> wrote:
The third edition of the ICAMM conference (International Conference on Advanced Materials Modelling) will be held at the "Institut des Matériaux Jean Rouxel" (IMN), Nantes, France, from Monday, July 7th to Wednesday, July 9th, 2014. In connection to this event, the 21st WIEN2k workshop will be held from Wednesday, July 2nd to Saturday, July 5th, 2014.
Full details are on the website: http://www.cnrs-imn.fr/ICAMM2014/
The deadline for abstract submission and applications for a student/postdoc bursary has been extended to March 30th.
You can register here:
As mentionned in the second announcement very attractive
conference fees are available for selected PhD students and
- only 200 € (instead of 550 €) for a participation to the 7
days (WIEN2k and ICAMM)
- only 175 € (instead of 450 €) for a participation to the 3
days of ICAMM conference.
We are also proposing an activity on Sunday 6th. It will be one
day off in between the WIEN2k workshop and the ICAMM conference.
For our Sunday activity we are pleased to propose an excursion
to the beautiful inland scenery of nearby Brittany, taking in a
visit to the traditional salt-flats, the preserved natural
wetlands of Briere, and the beautifully restored walled medaeval
town of Guerande.
All the best
Florent Boucher, Chris Ewels, and Xavier Rocquefelte
On behalf of the ICAMM organizing committee
Confirmed WIEN2k tutors
Prof. Peter Blaha, Prof. Karlheinz Schwarz, Dr. Robert Laskowski, Dr. Fabien Tran, Prof. Stefaan Cottenier, Dr. Kevin Jorissen, Dr. Elias Assman
ICAMM-2014 Invited speakers
Prof. Sharon Ashbrook
University of St Andrews, UK
Development of new methods in solid-state NMR, first-principles calculations of NMR parameters in the solid state
Prof. Bertram Batlogg
ETH Zürich, Switzerland
Creating and understanding materials and their novel physical phenomena (high temperature superconductors, quantum magnets, oxide superconductors, heavy fermion compounds, mixed-valence compounds...)
Dr. Elena Bichoutskaia
University of Nottingham, UK
Theoretical and Computational Chemistry (carbon nanomaterials, van der Waals forces, gas storage...)
Prof. Régis Gautier
Institut des Sciences Chimiques de Rennes, ENSCR, Rennes, France
Bonding and structure-properties relationships, solid-state NMR parameters
Prof. Frank de Groot
Utrecht University, Netherlands
Synchrotron and Theoretical Spectroscopy of Catalytic Nanomaterials
Dr. Anubhav Jain
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, USA
The Materials Project: A Public Materials Database
Prof. Steven G. Louie
University of California at Berkeley, USA
Theoretical condensed matter physics and nanoscience (quasiparticle and optical excitations, reduced-dimensional systems, superconductivity; ab initio pseudopotential theory; topological insulators...)
Dr. Lucia Reining
École Polytechnique, Palaiseau, France
Many-body theory and first principles calculations of electronic excitations and spectroscopy (ETSF)
Dr. Oleg Rubel
Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, Canada
Berry phase in WIEN2k, piezoelectrics for therapeutic ultrasound, optoelectronics...
Prof. Kenneth R. Poeppelmeier
Northwestern University, USA
Inorganic and Solid State Chemistry (solvothermal synthesis, transparent conductors, catalytic oxides, oxyfluorides...)
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