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MM: Fachverband Metall- und Materialphysik

MM 47: Poster Session II

Mittwoch, 14. März 2018, 18:30–19:45, Poster C

18:30 MM 47.1 The impact of magnetism on properties of defects in Fe-Co alloys — •Van Truong Tran and Chu Chun Fu
18:30 MM 47.2 Towards an ab initio phase diagram of Fe-Nb: Importance of Magnon-Phonon coupling — •Ali Zendegani, Fritz Körmann, Tilmann Hickel, and Jörg Neugebauer
18:30 MM 47.3 Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs): mechanical properties, electronic structure and molecular magnetism — •Sebastian Schwalbe, Kai Trepte, and Jens Kortus
18:30 MM 47.4 Anomalous Nernst effect in Ir22Mn78/Co20Fe60B20/MgO layers with perpendicular magnetic anisotropySa Tu, •Junfeng Hu, Guoqiang Yu, Haiming Yu, Chuanpu Liu, Florian Heimbach, Xiangrong Wang, Jianyu Zhang, Youguang Zhang, Amir Hamzic, Kang L. Wang, Weisheng Zhao, and Jean-Philippe Ansermet
18:30 MM 47.5 Magnetic short range order in Fe1-xCrx alloysIsabelle Mirebeau, •Veronique Pierron-Bohnes, and Georges Parette
18:30 MM 47.6 3D Discrete Dislocation Dynamics simulations of crack-tip plasticity — •Elena Jover Carrasco and Marc C. Fivel
18:30 MM 47.7 Nucleation in Ni-Al alloys: An atomistic study — •Yanyan Liang, Grisell Díaz Leines, Jutta Rogal, and Ralf Drautz
18:30 MM 47.8 Transition Path Sampling of Seeded Nucleation during Solidification in Nickel — •Sarath Menon, Grisell Diaz Leines, Jutta Rogal, and Ralf Drautz
18:30 MM 47.9 First-principles design of biocompatible Ti-xNb (0 < x< 35) alloys — •Julio Gutierrez Moreno, Dimitris Papageorgiou, Giorgios Evangelakis, and Christina Lekka
18:30 MM 47.10 Control of (in)coherent dynamics in phononic superlattices — •Dennis Meyer, Daniel Metternich, Roland Potthast, and Henning Ulrichs
18:30 MM 47.11 Structure and energetics of Y-Ti-O nanoclusters in bcc Fe — •Muthu Vallinayagam, Matthias Posselt, and Jürgen Faßbender
18:30 MM 47.12 Structure and energetics of Y-Ti-O nanoclusters in bcc Fe — •Muthu Vallinayagam, Matthias Posselt, and Jürgen Faßbender
18:30 MM 47.13 Diffusion of oxygen in bcc Fe under the influence of other foreign atoms — •Xiaoshuang Wang, Matthias Posselt, and Jürgen Faßbender
18:30 MM 47.14 Temperature dependence of interface energies in WC Co cemented carbides — •Erik Fransson, Martin Gren, and Göran Wahnström
18:30 MM 47.15 Test and analysis of nonlocal van der Waals density functionals for solids — •Leila Kalantari, Fabien Tran, and Peter Blaha
18:30 MM 47.16 Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Laser Ablation in Covalent Materials — •Dominic Klein, Alexander Kiselev, and Johannes Roth
18:30 MM 47.17 The AiiDA-FLEUR package and how you can predict XPS spectra with it — •Jens Bröder, Nicola Helfer, Gregor Michalicek, Daniel Wortmann, Rudi Koslowski, Christian Linsmeier, and Stefan Blügel
18:30 MM 47.18 pyiron - an integrated framework for developing, running, and analyzing complex simulation protocols in computational materials science — •Jan Janssen, Sudarsan Surendralal, Yury Lysogorskiy, Tilmann Hickel, Ralf Drautz, and Jörg Neugebauer
18:30 MM 47.19 Ab initio electronic structure calculation of Cn element — •Hana Čenčariková and Dominik Legut
18:30 MM 47.20 The nonlinear quantum Hall effect in BiTeI — •Jorge Facio, Inti Sodemann, Jhih-Shih You, Klaus Koepernik, Dmitri Efremov, and Jeroen van den Brink
18:30 MM 47.21 Ab-initio investigation of the elastic behavior of the ternary compounds CxSiyGe1−xy in the cubic phase — •Tim Klose, Pasquale Pavone, and Claudia Draxl
18:30 MM 47.22 Phase equilibria, first-principle calculations, and thermodynamic modeling of Zn-Ti system — •Songmao Liang, Harish K. Singh, Chen Shen, Hongbin Zhang, and Rainer Schmid-Fetzer
18:30 MM 47.23 Cluster expansions with CELL: applications to simple and complex alloys — •Maria Troppenz, Santiago Rigamonti, Martin Kuban, and Claudia Draxl
18:30 MM 47.24 The FLAPW code FLEUR: scaling and performance improvements on the route towards the exascale — •Daniel Wortmann, Uliana Alekseeva, Gregor Michalicek, and Stefan Blügel
18:30 MM 47.25 Using machine learning for efficient extraction of higher order force constants in solids. — •Fredrik Eriksson, Erik Fransson, and Paul Erhart
18:30 MM 47.26 Uncertainty quantification strategies for atomistic simulations with classical effective potentials — •Peter Brommer and Sarah Longbottom
18:30 MM 47.27 Reduction of Redundant Quantum Mechanical Computations Using Machine Learning Methods for Nanocatalysts — •Eiaki Morooka, Adam Foster, and Marc Jäger
18:30 MM 47.28 Mechanical properties of the high-entropy alloy Au-Cu-Ni-Pd-Pt — •Felix Thiel, Jens Freudenberger, and Kornelius Nielsch
18:30 MM 47.29 Template-Assisted Fabrications of Nanostructure-Array-Based Gas-Sensors — •Shipu Xu, Huaping Zhao, Yang Xu, Rui Xu, Huanming Zhang, and Long Liu
18:30 MM 47.30 Formation of porous nickel nanosystems under near-equilibrium condensation conditions using alumina membranes as a template for deposition — •Anna Kornyushchenko, Vyacheslav Perekrestov, Stefan Ostendorp, and Gerhard Wilde
18:30 MM 47.31 Optical properties of ALD deposited ZnO as a functional sensing layer based on self-assembled mesoporous membranes — •Katharina Spangenberg, Stefan Ostendorp, Martin Peterlechner, and Gerhard Wilde
18:30 MM 47.32 Anodic Aluminum Oxide AAO as a template for the synthesis of ZnO nanostructures via Atomic Layer Deposition — •Hanaa Seso, Stefan Ostendorp, Martin Peterlechner, and Gerhard Wilde.
18:30 MM 47.33 Development of an in situ photo-electric TEM holder with time correlation between photo-electrical data and imaging. — •Jonas Lindner, Vladimir Roddatis, Emanuel Ronge, Stefanie Mildner, Patrick Peretzki, Christian Jooss, and Michael Seibt
18:30 MM 47.34 A new instrument for cryo atom probe tomography — •Jonas Ott, Patrick Stender, and Guido Schmitz
18:30 MM 47.35 Description of 3D polycrystalline microstructures using a tessellation model generated by ellipsoids — •Mingyan Wang, Lukas Petrich, Daniel Westhoff, Volker Schmidt, and Carl E. Krill III
18:30 MM 47.36 Grain boundary thermodynamics in the iron–chromium systemHelena Solodenko, Marvin Poul, •Sebastian Eich, and Guido Schmitz
18:30 MM 47.37 Quantitative High-resolution and Analytical TEM Investigations of Perovskite Interfaces — •Tobias Meyer, Patrick Peretzki, Birte Kressdorf, Christian Jooß, and Michael Seibt
18:30 MM 47.38 Reducing the dimensionality in iron-based superconductors: quasi-one dimensional iron chalcogenide BaFe2S3 — •María Lourdes Amigó, Malin Lüdicke, Anja Wolter-Giraud, Christian Hess, Saicharan Aswartham, Silvia Seiro, and Bernd Büchner
  18:30 MM 47.39 The contribution has been withdrawn (duplicate of MM 47.38).
18:30 MM 47.40 In situ experiment for selective laser melting — •Jan Rosigkeit, Peter Staron, Florian Pyczak, and Martin Müller
18:30 MM 47.41 XAFS on Al-alloys: an investigation of early clustering and precipitation states — •Frank Lotter, Danny Petschke, Elischa Bläss, and Torsten Staab
18:30 MM 47.42 Ultra-precision surface figuring of aluminium mirror devices — •Jens Bauer, Melanie Ulitschka, Frank Frost, and Thomas Arnold
18:30 MM 47.43 Characterization of manganite-based building-blocks for thermal circuitry via transient thermoreflectometry — •Roland Potthast, Dennis Meyer, Alexandr Belenchuk, and Henning Ulrichs
18:30 MM 47.44 Surface Characterization of CuCrZr-Electrodes for Resistance Spot Welding — •Philipp Moritz, Oliver Höfft, Hagen Kerl, Volker Wesling, and Wolfgang Maus-Friedrichs
18:30 MM 47.45 Terahertz Spectroscopy of thin metallic films — •Natalie Kattner, Nathan Jukam, and Andreas Wieck
18:30 MM 47.46 New simulation method of segmented ring detector images in scanning transmission electron microscopy (STEM) analyzing medium-range order — •Sven Hilke, Jan Kirschbaum, Vitalij Hieronymus-Schmidt, Manuel Radek, Hartmut Bracht, Gerhard Wilde, and Martin Peterlechner
18:30 MM 47.47 Temperaturefield-analysis of the vacuum chamber of the Planetary Emissivity Laboratory — •Maximilian Grove, Jörn Helbert, and Alessandro Maturilli
18:30 MM 47.48 In situ Raman Spectroscopy on Paper Fibres during Tensile Testing and during Hydration — •Alena Bell, Sonja Wendenburg, Markus Biesalski, and Robert Stark
18:30 MM 47.49 Sulfation kinetics of alkali chlorides and subsequent chlorine induced corrosion in waste-to-energy plants — •Sebastian Pentz, Daniel Ott, Ferdinand Haider, and Ragnar Warnecke
18:30 MM 47.50 Material Physics in Forensic Science "Recovery of Erased Markings"Jens Balzer, Bert Weimar, and •Horst Katterwe
18:30 MM 47.51 Compressed-sensing-based feature selection strategies in materials science: Defining the "best model" — •Benedikt Hoock, Santiago Rigamonti, Luca Ghiringhelli, Matthias Scheffler, and Claudia Draxl
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