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50th IFF Spring School 2019: Scattering! Soft, Functional and Quantum Materials
11 Mar 2019 - 22 Mar 2019 • Jülich, Germany
Abstract:
The IFF Spring School 2019 will provide a solid introduction into scattering methods for the investigation of condensed matter and biomaterials. Advanced methods at novel large scale facilities such as the x-ray free electron laser XFEL or the MW spallation sources will be highlighted. The power of modern scattering techniques will be demonstrated by examples for topical research in various fields - from Quantum Materials through Functional Materials to Soft Matter and Life Sciences. Finally, complementary techniques such as electron spectroscopy, modern electron microscopy etc. will be presented.

The participants of the Spring School are expected to have a basic knowledge of quantum mechanics and physics or chemistry of condensed matter. The School comprises around 50 hours of lectures plus discussions, and will be held in English.

Event listing ID:
1088366
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MATRAC 2 School 2019 — Application of Neutrons and Synchrotron Radiation in Materials Science with special focus on Fundamental Aspects of Materials
31 Mar 2019 - 05 Apr 2019 • Herrsching, Germany
Abstract:
The MATRAC 2 School will provide a systematic overview of the application of neutrons and synchrotron radiation to the structural analysis of engineering materials and will focus on neutron scattering and imaging experiments. Students and young scientists from research and industry from all of Europe interested in this field are welcome to participate.
Event listing ID:
1083100
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Bad Honnef Physics School on Methods of Path Integration in Modern Physics
25 Aug 2019 - 30 Aug 2019 • Bad Honnef, Germany
Abstract:
Since Richard Feynman recognized that quantum mechanics can be formulated in terms of path integrals, various applications for this useful calculational technique have emerged among physicists in such diverse areas as quantum field theory, elementary particle physics, nuclear and subnuclear physics, atomic and molecular physics, quantum chemistry, condensed matter physics, complex systems, and astrophysics. Despite its broad range of dissemination neither the unifying approach to quantum and statistical field theory, i.e., the Feynman path integral, nor the advanced methods to address interacting quantum and statistical field theories are much covered in standard curricula. It is for this reason that this advanced summer school on path integration techniques aims to provide students and young independent researchers with a hands-on introduction in using path integrals for modern physics and to expose the participants of the school to methods that go beyond the standard tools box of field theory. In order to create a common basis and set the stage for subsequent lectures, an introduction to the Feynman path integral in quantum mechanics will be given at the beginning of the school, followed by a selection of more advanced methods of quantum and statistical field theory.
Contact:
Email: stefan.kirchner@correlated-matter.com
Topics:
Quantum mechanics, Statistical field theory, Many-body theory, Hubbard-Stratonovich transformation, gradient expansion, Quantum field theory, large-N technique, instantons, Random matrix theory, supersymmetry, replica trick, Wilson loops spin, topology, holonomy group, Quantum Monte Carlo
Event listing ID:
1139893

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