Interdisciplinary graduate course winter term 2012/13

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This course is part of the activities of the Interdisciplinary Center for Interface-Controlled Processes (IZ-ICP). It aims at graduate students to enhance their knowledge in fundamental techniques used in surface and interface science and related fields. This includes both experimental and theoretical methods. The lecture should bring together students from different disciplines, all focusing on surface/interface science in general. The lecturers will give their lectures in blocks of 2-3 units, an overview of the planned schedule will be given in the first lecture. The course extends over a total of four terms.

Lecturers Members of the Interdisciplinary Center for Interface-Controlled Processes
Time Wednesday, 17 c.t.
Start 07.11.2012
Venue Seminar Room P 3.88, Egerlandstr. 3
Language English
Audience Assistants, PhD students, Diploma students, interested advanced students
Schedule of the interdisciplinary graduate course winter term 2012/13
Date Subject Speaker Handouts Remarks
07.11.2012 Atomistic Simulations in Surface Science I Bernd Meyer
14.11.2012 Atomistic Simulations in Surface Science II Bernd Meyer
21.11.2012 Processes at the Electrolyte - Solid Interface I Damian Kowalski
28.11.2012 Processes at the Electrolyte - Solid Interface II Damian Kowalski
05.12.2012 Writing Nanostructures with Focused Electron and Ion Beams I (Fundamentals) Hubertus Marbach
12.12.2012 Writing Nanostructures with Focused Electron and Ion Beams II (Applications) Hubertus Marbach
19.12.2012 Interface Properties of Vapor Phase grown Nanocrystals Oliver Diwald
09.01.2013 Surface Structure and Properties: LEED and STM Alexander Schneider Handout (pdf)
16.01.2013 Characterization of functionalized metal oxide surfaces by time-of-flight secondary ion mass spectrometry Manuela Kilian
23.01.2013 Reactions at Surfaces I: Surface Dynamics and Kinetics Jörg Libuda
30.01.2013 no lecture
06.02.2013 Reactions at Surfaces II: Model Catalysis Jörg Libuda
13.02.2013 Interface Properties of colloidal Nanocrystals Oliver Diwald