Archiv 2017

Raum: Seminar Room V, O1.109

Superconductivity - IMPRS-UFAST focus course

IMPRS-UFAST focus course
This course covers the basic phenomenology and microscopic theory of superconductivity: - definition of superconductors and their thermodynamics - microscopic BCS theory: electron-phonon interaction, Fröhlich Hamiltonian, Cooper instability, mean-field theory, Bogoliubons [mehr]

Last steps of your PhD - Info meeting

Info meeting for PhD students on Bahrenfeld Campus
Are you about to finish your PhD? In this info meeting you will learn important facts for the last stage of your PhD, including all questions with respect to authorship, publishing, open access costs or printing your thesis at DESY. [mehr]
Atomically Resolved Dynamics Group [mehr]

Intermediate C++ for PhD students - IMPRS-UFAST skills course

IMPRS-UFAST skills course
The ideal programming language for a physicist would allow him to write his code in terms of physical objects, like Hamiltonians and wave functions, with all the properties we expect of such objects, without sacrificing performance to highly optimised codes. [mehr]

Julia Hengster - Towards ultrafast time-resolved experiments with nanoscale objects and surfaces


Introduction to C++ for PhD students

IMPRS-UFAST skills course
In this C++ introductory course, you will completely learn the basic C++ syntaxes and will become familiar with object-oriented programming.As the course is going to be project-oriented, we will start by a physical problem from the beginning of the class and you will be instructed to implement a code to solve the problem during the course. [mehr]

The theory of electronic structure and molecular dynamics

IMPRS-UFAST core course
The course provides an overview of molecular electronic structure theory, covering the Hartree-Fock method, many-body perturbation theory, multiconfiguration self-consistent field, configuration interaction, coupled cluster, and density functional theory. Also it will discuss how to treat the interaction of molecules with electromagnetic fields. After this, it will cover the basics of molecular dynamics. [mehr]
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