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Future Trends in Material Sciences - Max-Planck
Future Trends in Material Sciences
UCSB-MPG Workshop in Berlin
at the Harnack House of the Max-Planck-Gesellschaft
September 11 - 14, 2005
The workshop is intended to strengthen research collaboration and to explore avenues for long term
interaction between material scientists in different Max Planck Institutes and those at the University
of California at Santa Barbara.
The three-day workshop will consist of invited talks and discussions in the following broad areas:
Soft Materials, Structural Materials, Inorganic Materials, and Electronic Materials.
Organizers:
Matthias Scheffler, Manfred Rühle, Robert
Schlögl (MPG)
Fred Lange, Tony Cheetham (UCSB)
Local Organizers:
Matthias Scheffler, Angelos Michaelides,
Martin Fuchs
Contact:
Secretary
Click inside the yellow circles to identify the buildings.
The workshop starts on September 11,
2005, Sunday evening at 6:00 p.m. and
ends on September 14, 2005, Wednesday
afternoon at 2:00 p.m. The workshop takes
place at the Harnack House.
Last update 09/09/2005
Program
Sunday, September 11, 2005
06:00 p.m. Reception and Dinner at Harnack House
Monday, September 12, 2005
08:45 a.m. - Welcome
08:50 a.m. - Tony Cheetham/UCSB-materials
"Nanoporous Transition Metal Phosphates: Magnetic, Hydrogen Storage,
and Catalytic Properties"
09:25 a.m. - Joachim Maier/ Solid State Research (Stuttgart)
"Mass Transport and Storage in Confined Systems"
10:00 a.m. - Tony Evans/UCSB
"A Moore's Law for Gas Turbines?: The Role of Materials"
10:35 a.m. - 10:55 a.m. Coffee Break
10:55 a.m. - David Clarke/UCSB
"Revisiting Phase Transformations in Yttria-Stabilized Zirconia"
11:30 p.m. - Jörg Neugebauer/MPI für Eisenforschung (Düsseldorf)
"Ab initio Thermodynamics:
Concepts and Application on Bulk Properties and Epitaxial Growth”
12:05 p.m. - Susanne Stemmer/UCSB
"Novel Dielectric Thin Films"
12:40 p.m. - 14:00 a.m. Lunch Break
02:00 p.m. - Steve DenBaars/UCSB
"Group-III Nitrides Semiconductors for Solid State Lightning and Displays"
02:35 p.m. - Klaus Kern/MPI Solid State Research (Stuttgart)
"From Phonons to Spins: Scanning Tunneling Microscopy beyond Imaging"
03:10 p.m. - Chris Van de Walle/UCSB
"Oxides as Semiconductors"
03:45 p.m. - 04:05 p.m. Coffee Break
04:05 p.m. - Ram Seshadri/UCSB
"Template-Free Routes to Hierarchically Porous Materials"
04:40 p.m. - Patrick Bruno/MPI Microstructure Physics (Halle)
"Magnetic Nanostructures on Surfaces: A Quantum Playground"
05:15 p.m. - Nicola Spaldin/UCSB
"Computational Design of New Multifunctional Materials"
06:00 p.m. - Dinner at the Harnack-House
07:30 p.m. - Barbara Bludau (Secretary General of the MPG) and Henry T. Yang
(Chancellor of the UCSB) Ceremony to sign the UCSB-MPG agreement on the
"UCSB-MPG program" supporting collaborations in material sciences
followed by the poster
session
Tuesday, September 13, 2005
08:50 a.m. - Kurt Kremer/MPI for Polymer Research (Mainz)
"Multiscale Modeling of Polymeric Materials"
09:25 a.m. - Galen Stucky/UCSB
"Using Interfaces for the Assembly of Spatially defined Domains and
Coordinated Function in Biology and Material Systems"
10:00 a.m. - Frank Steglich/MPI for Chemical Physics of Solids
"Relationship Between Unconventional Superconductivity and Quantum
Criticality in Correlated f-Electron Matter"
10:35 a.m. - 10:55 a.m. Coffee Break
10:55 a.m. - Jacob Israelachvili/UCSB
"Length and Time-Scaling Effects in Surface Interactions and Deformations"
11:30 a.m. - Huajian Gao/MPI Metals Research (Stuttgart)
"Mechanics of hierarchical bio-inspired material"
12:05 p.m. - Phil Pincus/UCSB
"Elementary Models for Hydrogen Bonding Networks"
12:40 p.m. - 02:00 p.m. Lunch
02:00 p.m. - Gui Bazan/UCSB
"Water-Soluble Conjugated Polymers:
New Materials for Biosensor Applications and Device Fabrication"
02:35 p.m. - C.N.R. Rao/JNCASR
"Electronic Phase Separation in Oxides with Strongly Correlated Electrons"
03:10 p.m. – Pierre Petroff/UCSB
"Coupling of Quantum Dots to Photonic Crystals and Microcavities:
New Physics and Better Devices?"
03:45 p.m. - 04:05 p.m. Coffee Break
04:05 p.m. - Carlos Levi/UCSB
"Thermal Barrier Materials: Structure Evolution and Implications"
04:40 p.m. - Peter Fratzl/MPI of Colloids and Interfaces (Golm)
"Studying Deformation Mechanisms in Hierarchical Biological Materials"
5:15 p.m. - Jakob Wagner/FHI
"Nano-Scale Characterization in Materials Science using
Transmission Electron Microscopy"
05:50 p.m. - Robert McMeeking/UCSB
"Biomechanics with Finite Elements, from Elephant Trunks to Cells”
Tuesday, September 13, 2005, evening – program
06:30 p.m. – Buffet Dinner at the Harnack House
07:15 p.m.– departure form Harnack House by chartered bus
08:00 p.m. – concert at the Kammermusiksaal of the Philharmonie
Philharmonic Wind Quintet
~10:00 p.m. – a beer and more at the Potsdamer Platz under the Sony canopy
12:00 p.m. – back to Dahlem (optional) by chartered bus
KAMMERMUSIKSAAL of the Philharmonie
Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2005, 8 p.m.
Philharmonisches Bläserquintett:
(Philharmonic Wind Quintet)
Michael Hasel FLUTE
Andreas Wittmann OBOE
Walter Seyfarth CLARINET
Henning Trog BASSOON
Fergus McWilliam HORN
Manfred Preis BASS CLARINET
Antonín Reicha Wind Quintet in B major op. 88 No. 5
Pavel Haas Wind Quintet op. 10
Josef Bohuslav Foerster Wind Quintet in D major op. 95
Leoš Janáèek Mládí (Youth) for wind sextet
Wednesday, September 14, 2005
08:50 a.m. - Alec Wodtke/UCSB
"Do we know how to think about Surface Chemistry?
Electronically Non-Adiabatic Interactions at the Molecule Metal Interface"
09:25 a.m. - Angelos Michaelides/FHI
"Exploring Ice Nucleation and Hydrogen Bonding at Metal Surfaces"
10:00 a.m. - Horia Metiu/UCSB
"Catalysis by very Small Metal Clusters Supported on Oxides"
10:35 a.m. - 10:55 a.m. Coffee Break
10:55 a.m. - Helmut Dosch/MPI for Metal Research (Stuttgart)
"Ice at Surfaces and Interfaces: Melting below 0° C ?"
11:30 a.m. - Stephan Borrmann/MPI for Chemistry
"Nanoparticles in the Atmosphere from Traffic Emissions"
12:05 p.m. - Fred Lange/UCSB
"Epitaxy of ZnO from Water"
12:40 p.m. - Lunch at the Harnack House and end of the workshop
followed by approximately at:
02:00 p.m. - A one hour walking tour of the Berlin institutes of
the Kaiser Wilhelm/Max Planck Society in
the "German Oxford" (Marion Kazemi)
Last update 09/09/2005
Participants
Name
Antonietti, Prof. Dr. Markus
Arzt, Prof. Dr. Eduard
Bazan, Prof. Dr. Guillermo
Biesheuvel, Dr. Maarten
Bludau, Dr. Barbara
Borrmann, Prof. Dr. Stephan
Bruno, Prof. Dr. Patrick
Carlsson, Dr. Johan
Clarke, Prof. Dr. David
Cheetham, Prof. Dr. Tony
DenBaars, Dr. Steven
Dosch, Prof. Dr. Helmut
Evans, Prof. Dr. Anthony
Fratzl, Prof. Dr. Peter
Gao, Prof. Dr. Huajian
Gieraths, Dr. Christine
Ireta, Dr. Joel
Israelachvili, Prof. Dr. Jacob
Jansen, Prof. Dr. Martin
Kern, Prof. Dr. Klaus
Kratzer, Dr. Peter
Kremer, Prof. Dr. Kurt
Lange-Gao, Angelika
Lange, Prof. Dr. Frederick
Levi, Prof. Dr. Carlos
Maier, Prof. Dr. Joachim
McMeeking, Prof. Dr. Robert
Metiu, Prof. Dr. Horia
Michaelides, Dr. Angelos
Neugebauer, Prof. Dr. Jörg
Pacchioni, Dr. Gianfranco
Petroff, Prof. Dr. Pierre
Pincus, Prof. Dr. Philip
Raabe, Prof. Dr. Dierk
Rao, Prof. Dr. C.N.R.
Reuter, Dr. Karsten
Rühle, Prof. Dr. Manfred
Scheffler, Prof. Dr. Matthias
Scheifele, Friedrich
Schlögl, Prof. Dr. Robert
Seshadri, Prof. Dr. Ram
Spaldin, Prof. Dr. Nicola
Steglich, Prof. Dr. Frank
Stemmer, Prof. Dr. Susanne
Stucky, Prof. Dr. Galen
Van de Walle, Prof. Dr. Chris
Wagner, Dr. Jakob
Weinkamer, Dr. Richard
Wodtke, Prof. Dr. Alec
Yang, Prof. Dr. Henry
Institution
MPI für Kolloid- und Grenzflächenforschung
MPI für Metallforschung
University of California
MPI für Kolloid- und Grenzflächenforschung
Secretary General of the MPG
MPI für Chemie
MPI für Mikrostrukturphysik
FHI der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft
University of California
University of California
University of California
MPI für Metallforschung
University of California
MPI für Kolloid- und Grenzflächenforschung
MPI für Metallforschung
MPG – Büro Berlin
FHI der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft
University of California
MPI für Festkörperforschung
MPI für Festkörperforschung
FHI der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft
MPI Polymerforschung
MPG – Internationale Beziehungen
University of California
University of California
MPI für Festkörperforschung
University of California
University of California
FHI der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft
MPI für Eisenforschung GmbH
FHI der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft
University of California
University of California
MPI für Eisenforschung GmbH
JNCASR
FHI der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft
MPI für Metallforschung
FHI der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft
MPG - Institutsbetreuung
FHI der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft
University of California
University of California
MPI für Chemische Physik fester Stoffe
University of California
University of California
University of California
FHI der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft
MPI of Colloids and Interfaces
University of California
University of California
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How to find the Harnack-House
Distances
18 km
Tegel Airport
10 km
Station Zoologischer Garten
8 km
Kurfürstendamm
1 km
Berlin Museums
Subway station Thielplatz Line 1 0,1 km
From Tegel Airport with the 109 bus (in the direction of Zoologischer Garten) to
Jacob-Kaiser-Platz. There, transfer to the subway line 7 (U7 in the direction of
Rudow) to Fehrbelliner Platz. There, transfer to the subway line 3 (U3 in the direction
of Krumme Lanke) to Thielplatz, leave the station in driving-direction using the left
exit, the Harnack-House is located app. 50 meters to your right.
From Bahnhof Zoologischer Garten with subway line 9 direction Rathaus Steglitz
to Spichernstraße. Get off at Spichernstraße and switch trains to U3 direction
Krumme Lanke. Get off at Thielplatz, leave the station in driving-direction using the
left exit, the Harnack-House is located app. 50 meters to your right.
By car with the Autobahn 115 to the Hüttenweg offramp, turn right and go in the
direction of Dahlem to the corner of Clayallee, right again, then turn left into
Saargemünder Strasse and shortly thereafter is the Ihnestrasse. The Harnack-House
is on the corner of Ihnestrasse and Saargmünder Strasse.
City map of Berlin
Berlin BVG (Berlin Rapid Transit Authority)
Deutsche Bahn (German Railway Service)
Tegel Airport
Fritz-Haber-Institut der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft
How to reach the Fritz-Haber-Institut
AC CP MP PC TH MPG
By Car
On the freeway (Bundesautobahn) Potsdam-Berlin take exit Hüttenweg.
Follow Hüttenweg to the end (about 3km), two crossings with traffic lights.
(Königsallee/Onkel-Tom-Str. and Clayallee). At the end of Hüttenweg turn
right into Gelfert Straße, and take the second street to the right, Kehler
Weg. At the next crossing, turn left (over the U-Bahn bridge) into Brümmer
Straße. Take the next street to the right Faradayweg.
By Air
from Flughafen Tegel:
Take bus 109 to Jakob-Kaiser-Platz (about 3km away). From there take
subway U7, direction Rudow. Change at Fehrbelliner Platz to U3 direction
Krumme Lanke. Go off at Thielplatz. Travel takes about 50 min. Costs are
about Euro 2,00. A Taxi is somewhat faster, about 25 minutes outside rush
hours. Costs are about 20 Euro.
from Flughafen Tempelhof:
Take subway U6 direction Alt-Tegel, change at Mehringdamm, take U7
direction Rathaus Spandau. Change at Fehrbelliner Platz to U3 direction
Krumme Lanke. Go off at Thielplatz. Travel takes about 30 min. Costs are
about Euro 2,00. Taxi takes about 20 minutes outside rush hours. Costs are
about 15 Euro.
from Flughafen Schönefeld:
Take S-Bahn S45 (Gesundbrunnen). Change to subway at Heidelberger
Platz. Take U3 direction Krumme Lanke. Go off at Thielplatz. Travel takes
about 45 to 60 min. If you arrive late at night, or if for any reason the S45
does not run, do as follows: Take S9 direction Grunewald to Treptower Park.
Take either S46 or S41 direction Gesundbrunnen (that is, get on the S-Bahn
ring line in the clockwise direction). Note that some of the lines in the ring
may have different final stations, depending on the time of day. Get off at
Heidelberger Platz, switch to U3 direction Krumme Lanke, and finally get off
at Thielplatz as above. Independent of the S-Bahn trip costs are about Euro
2,00. Taxi from Schönefeld takes about 45 minutes outside rush hours. Costs
are about 30 Euro.
By Train
from Bahnhof Zoologischer Garten:
Take U-Bahn U9 direction Rathaus Steglitz. Change at Spichernstrasse.
Take U3 direction Krumme Lanke. Go off at Thielplatz. Travel takes
about 30 min. Costs are about Euro 2,00. Taxi takes about 20 minutes
outside rush hours. Costs are about 15 Euro.
from Bahnhof Wannsee:
Take S-Bahn S1 to Lichterfelde West. Take bus X11 direction Dahlem
Dorf and go off at Hittorfstr, or bus M11 and go off at Thielplatz. Travel
takes about 30 min. Costs are about Euro 2,00. Taxi takes about 15 minutes
outside rush hours. Costs are about 15 Euro.
from Ostbahnhof:
Take S3, S5, S7, or S9 direction east to Warschauer Strasse. Change to U1
(direction Uhlandstrasse) at Warschauer Strasse. Change at
Wittenbergplatz. Take U3 direction Krumme Lanke. Go off at Thielplatz.
Travel takes about 45-60 min. Costs are about Euro 2,00. Taxi takes too
long.
Note that during August and September 2005 the U-Bahn ends at
Breitenbachplatz station. There you must continue by bus to station
Thielplatz.
Hints for Public Transport
You can find more information about timetables, alternative routes, etc. at
BVG or VBB.
For all trips described here, a ticket for the fare zones AB is sufficient. Do
not forget to get it stamped in one of the red boxes before you start your trip.
Last update 09/09/2005
Useful Information
September 6, 2005:
Dear All,
This is an email to those of you, who plan to bring a poster.
Could you please tell us within the next two days:
The title, authors and their affiliations
in order to create an information sheet to be distributed at the workshop.
September 5, 2005:
Let me send you some (final) information that may be helpful for your trip:
As you hopefully know, the workshop website is http://www.fhiberlin.mpg.de/th/Meetings/UCSBworkshop/home.html
This contains quite some information, such as the program and a local map
showing the Harnack House neighborhood. Let me give this here again:
http://www.fhi-berlin.mpg.de/map.epl
When you arrive at Tegel airport I suggest that you take a taxi, telling the driver
to go to the Harnack House which is in Berlin-Dahlem, at the intersection of
Ihnestrasse and Saargemuender Strasse, close to subway station (U-Bahnhof)
Thielplatz. A taxi from Tegel airport to the Harnack House should cost about 20
Euros.
If you come by train, the best station to get off is Bahnhof Zoologischer Garten.
From there you can take a taxi, but taking the subway is also convenient. You
have to change once, namely at Spichernstrasse (start with U9 direction Rathaus
Steglitz, at Spichernstrasse switch to U3 direction Krumme Lanke, get off at
station Thielplatz).
Please note: The Harnack House is a conference center and not a regular hotel.
Thus,
if you will arrive late, please inform Frieda Halder
[email protected]
ASAP !!
(Late is: Saturday and Sunday after 10 p.m. or Monday and Tuesday after 9
p.m.)
**New
Registration will begin at 6 p.m. on Sunday evening in the restaurant of the
Harnack House where a buffet style meal will also be served.
All guest rooms at the Harnack House are equipped with a digital phone which
also contains a network card. You need a patch cable to connect your laptop,
and you can get it from the Harnack House reception desk.
At several locations in the Harnack House there is also WLAN and there is also a
room with two PCs and a printer.
Typically my mobile phone is switched off, but during the workshop it will be on.
Thus, in case you need to reach me please call
+49 30 170 785 9591 from anywhere on the planet
(or just 0170 785 9591 if you are already in Germany or Berlin)
Frieda Halder's phone is
+49 30 8413 4710 from anywhere
(or just 030 8413 4710 if you are in Germany,
or just 8413 4710 if you are in Berlin)
You can also reach me by email
Matthias Scheffler [email protected]
***
New:
As a final note: If you have any special dietary requirements please let us know
and we will be happy to make the necessary arrangements.
We wish you a safe and pleasant trip!
Looking forward to seeing you soon in Berlin.
July 4, 2005:
So far you have not replied to our email of June 14.
I insert it again below.
If you like accommodation in the Harnack House (only then we can cover the
costs for lodging) you should please react within the next 2 weeks.
June 14, 2005:
Please note that the ordering of talks may still change, but the speakers are all
confirmed. Each talk should be less than 30 Minutes to leave more than 5 minutes for discussion.
Everyone participating is invited to bring a poster, and Max-Planck-directors may
also inform group leaders in their institute about this meeting. If group leaders
like to participate, they should please register as soon as possible.
Everyone who likes to come (including the speakers) should please send an
e-mail to
[email protected]
and tell us the following ASAP !!!!!!!!!
-- arrival date and time
-- departure date and time
-- if you come alone or bring a partner
-- accommodation requirements (single, double room, no room)
If you need a room in the Harnack House, we will book it.
Direct booking at the Harnack House is not possible.
-- preliminary title(s) of your poster(s)
You may check if we have received your information and if this is correct at the
workshop website, clicking at participants. -- The expenses for lodging at the
Harnack House will be covered directly by the MPG.
We are looking forward to seeing you in Berlin.
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us.