Regensburg 2004 – wissenschaftliches Programm

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CPP: Chemische Physik und Polymerphysik

CPP 16: POSTER: Computational Physics, Complex Systems

Dienstag, 9. März 2004, 17:00–19:00, B

17:00 CPP 16.1 Monte Carlo methods for propagating multi-dimensional wave packets and density matrices — •M. Schröder, U. Kleinekathöfer, and M. Schreiber
17:00 CPP 16.2 Optical absorption of water and ice calculated from first principles — •Patrick H. Hahn, Wolf G. Schmidt, Kaori Seino, Martin Preuss, and Friedhelm Bechstedt
17:00 CPP 16.3 Tunable discotic building blocks for liquid crystalline displays — •Michael Schreiber, Sibylle Gemming, Werner Thiel, Thomas Heine, Gotthard Seifert, Heitor Avelino de Abreu, and Helio Anderson Duarte
17:00 CPP 16.4 Theoretical investigations of excited states of C3 — •Alexander Terentyev, Reinhard Scholz, and Michael Schreiber
17:00 CPP 16.5 Different Modes of Spinodal Dewetting in a Two-Layer System — •Andrey Pototsky, Michael Bestehorn, Domnic Merkt und Uwe Thiele
17:00 CPP 16.6 Photogeneration of charge carriers in blends of conjugated polymers and semiconducing nanoparticles — •Johannes Sieger, Michael Pientka, Jürgen Parisi, Vladimir Dyakonov, Andrey Rogach, Dimitri Talapin, and Horst Weller
17:00 CPP 16.7 Oberflächenstruktur- und Verstärkungseigenschaften von Carbon Black — •Gerald Schneider, Antje Bergmann, Tobias Pöpperl, Ulrich Schwenk, Andreas Weigert und Dietmar Göritz
17:00 CPP 16.8 Nanoparticle superstructures in carbonaceous matrix upon ion irradiation of polymer-metal nanocomposites — •Oral Cenk Aktas, Abhijit Biswas, Devesh Kumar Avasthi, Dietmar Fink, Jörn Kanzow, Ulrich Schürmann, Usman Saeed, Vladimir Zaporojtchenko, and Franz Faupel
17:00 CPP 16.9 Size-dependent Assembly and Segregation of Nanoparticles at Liquid-liquid Interfaces — •Heiko Zettl, Yao Lin, Alexander Böker, Habib Skaff, David Cookson, A.D. Dinsmore, Todd Emrick, Georg Krausch, and Thomas P. Russell
17:00 CPP 16.10 Single Molecule Spectroscopy of Supramolecular Dye Assemblies — •Erwin Lang, Rainer Dobrawa, Armin Sautter, Frank Würthner, and Jürgen Köhler
17:00 CPP 16.11 Optical absorption of dendrimers — •Christoph Supritz, Andreas Engelmann, and Peter Reineker
17:00 CPP 16.12 Hydrogen Bonds and Molecule Trapping in Calix[4]hydroquinone Nanotubes Investigated by Solid-State MAS NMR — •Anke Hoffmann, Daniel Sebastiani, Erli Sugiono, Hans Wolfgang Spiess, and Ingo Schnell
17:00 CPP 16.13 Foamy Emulsions confined in Channels: Digital Microfluidics — •Gangyao Wen, Stephan Herminghaus, and Ralf Seemann
17:00 CPP 16.14 Switching of wetting morphologies by electrowetting: open microfluidics — •Ralf Seemann, Jean-Christophe Baret, and Stephan Herminghaus
17:00 CPP 16.15 Comparison of forces in free-standing films and wetting films — •Regine v. Klitzing and Kasia Ciunel
17:00 CPP 16.16 The self-assembly of alkyl-trichlorosilanes on model surfaces of biphenylthiols — •Svetlana Stoycheva, Michael Himmelhaus, Abraham Ulman, and Michael Grunze
17:00 CPP 16.17 Characterisation of water/hydrophobic interfaces — •Marco Maccarini, Michael Himmelhaus, Jörg Fick, Michael Grunze, and Roland Steitz
17:00 CPP 16.18 The Interaction of Water with Oligo(Ethylene Glycol)-Terminated Self-Assembled Monolayers on Gold and Silver Investigated by IR and Vibrational Sum-Frequency Spectroscopy — •Rong-Yao Wang, Jörg Fick, Sascha Herrwerth, Wolfgang Eck, Michael Himmelhaus, and Michael Grunze
17:00 CPP 16.19 Physical characterization of iodine-labelled Calixarene self-assembled monolayers — •Martin Michelswirth, Peter Siffalovic, Peter Bartz, Björn Decker, Ceno Agena, Christian Schäfer, Stephan Molter, Robert Ros, Markus Bach, Manfred Neumann, Dario Anselmetti, Jochen Mattay, Ulrich Heinzmann, and Markus Drescher
17:00 CPP 16.20 Single Molecule Diffusion under Confinement and Shear — •Arne Schob und Frank Cichos
17:00 CPP 16.21 Single Molecule Adsorption and Desorption on Solid Surfaces — •Jörg Schuster, Frank Cichos, and Christian von Borczyskowski
17:00 CPP 16.22 Roughness-Induced Acoustic Second Harmonic Generation (ASHG) During Electrochemical Metal Deposition on the Quartz Crystal Microbalance — •Katrin Wondraczek, Susanne Wehner, Andreas Bund, and Diethelm Johannsmann
17:00 CPP 16.23 Phtalocyanines at ZnO-Single Crystals — •Peter Kunze, Malgorzata Boruszczak, Christine Mattheus, Derck Schlettwein, and Katharina Al-Shamery
17:00 CPP 16.24 Debonding of pressure sensitive adhesives — •E. Maurer, S. Loi, E. Bauer, T. Mehaddene, S. Cunis, and P. Müller-Buschbaum
17:00 CPP 16.25 Ultra-fast calorimetry using thin film sensor — •Sergey Adamovsky and Christoph Schick
17:00 CPP 16.26 Calorimetry on thin films — •Heiko Huth
17:00 CPP 16.27 Sum-Frequency Generation Spectroscopy: Monitoring the Hydrophobic Recovery of PDMS Stamps after Plasma Etching — •Dominik M.P. Hoffmann, Klaus Kuhnke, and Klaus Kern
17:00 CPP 16.28 Solvation and Solvation Dynamics of Hydrogen Bonding Dyes Solvation and Solvation Dynamics of Hydrogen Bonding Dyes — •Dzmitry Starukhin, Frank Cichos, and Christian von Borczyskowski
17:00 CPP 16.29 Two-photon single-molecule spectroscopy on a ladder type conjugated polymer — •Richard Hildner, Uli Lemmer, Ullrich Scherf, and Jürgen Köhler
17:00 CPP 16.30 Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy Investigations of Water-soluble Polymers — •Tune B. Bonné, Karin Lüdtke, Rainer Jordan, Petr Štěpánek, and Christine M. Papadakis
17:00 CPP 16.31 Photoelectron Spectroscopy on Thin Films of Metal-Free and Copper Extended Porphyrazines — •D. Pop, B. Winter, W. Freyer, I. V. Hertel, and W. Widdra
17:00 CPP 16.32 Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy (FCS) of Single Dye-Labelled Polymers in Organic Solvents — •Heiko Zettl, Wolfgang Häfner, Alexander Böker, Holger Schmalz, Michael Lanzendörfer, Axel H.E. Müller, and Georg Krausch
17:00 CPP 16.33 Confocal Raman Spectroscopy of Ruthenium Dyes and their Application in Organic Solar Cells — •Carmen Pérez León, Lothar Kador, Bin Peng, and Mukundan Thelakkat
17:00 CPP 16.34 Fluorescence Lifetime Investigations of DNA mediated Dye/Gold Nanoparticle Conjugates — •M. Ringler, E. Dulkeith, T. Niedereichholz, T. A. Klar, and J. Feldmann, A. Munoz-Javier, and W. J. Parak
17:00 CPP 16.35 Optical microresonators formed by cholesteric liquid crystals — •Jürgen Schmidtke, Werner Stille, and Heino Finkelmann
17:00 CPP 16.36 13C-Knight-Verschiebung in Di- Naphthalin-Hexafluoroarsenat (NA)2AsF6 — •A. Kaiser
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