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Psi-k Get Together and Electronic-Structure Symp ... (No replies)

Damian Jones
1 week ago
Damian Jones 1 week ago

Dear Psi-k'ers,

This is to remind you that the next DPG Spring Meeting of the Condensed Matter Division will take place in Regensburg, from 31 March to 5 April 2019. With more than 5000 expected participants this is the largest European physics conference, covering all aspects of condensed-matter and materials physics, including surface science, magnetism, soft and biological matter, and more; also note that the conference language is English.

1) Following tradition, the Psi-k community will organize its usual "Psi-k Scientific Get-Together" on Tuesday, 2 April 2019 (19:00 to 22:00) at the Mensa of the University Campus of Regensburg: Albertus Magnus Strasse (see attached advertisement). Beer and food will be served, sponsored by Psi-k - we typically have about 400 Psi-k members and friends gathering together.

2) In the program, a special symposium will be dedicated to the "Frontiers of Electronic Structure Theory: Focus on The Interface Challenge" (see https://th.fhi-berlin.mpg.de/meetings/DPGSym2019/). The symposium, organized byJens Nørskov, Karsten Reuter, and Matthias Scheffler, comprises invited and contributed talks as well as posters.

3) Due to the large size of the meeting, early registration and accommodation reservation is strongly encouraged. The deadline for abstract submission is 1 December 2018.

The website for abstract submission is: http://regensburg19.dpg-tagungen.de/programm/abstract?set_language=en&cl=en. To submit an abstract for the symposium above, choose “O: Surface science division”, and later, as topic: “Frontiers of Electronic Structure Theory - Focus on The Interface Challenge”).

Hope to see you all in Regensburg!

Nicola Marzari      Peter Dederichs
Psi-k Chairman     Vice Chairman

Psi-k_Get_Together_2019_A4.pdf



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