Dresden 2020 – wissenschaftliches Programm

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SYED: Symposium Electron-driven processes: Atomic-scale insights from theory and experiment

SYED 1: Symposium Electron-driven processes

Donnerstag, 19. März 2020, 09:30–12:15, HSZ 01

As traditional approaches for the conversion of light, electrical, and chemical energy are reaching their natural performance boundaries, future advancement demands fundamental understanding of the intricate interplay between light, electronic, and atomic degrees of freedom in materials. Recent progress in (nonlinear) spectroscopic experimental characterisation of ultrafast quasiparticle dynamics, in particular electron-phonon interactions, together with a drastic boost in our ability to theoretically describe and simulate electron-nuclear coupling at the femtosecond-nanometer scale have given rise to new applications of ultrafast science in plasmonics, organic and hybrid electronics, nanooptics, and electron-driven processes in so-called quantum materials. This symposium aims to provide a cross-disciplinary forum, bringing together experimentalists and theoreticians to assess the progress and future challenges in ultrafast electron and nuclear dynamics in materials.

09:30 SYED 1.1 Hauptvortrag: Ultrafast electron dynamics at laser-irradiated surfaces — •Baerbel Rethfeld
10:00 SYED 1.2 Hauptvortrag: Unraveling Momentum-Dependent Electron-Phonon Coupling and its Role in the Origin of Charge Density Wave Phases — •Bradley Siwick, Martin Otto, Jan-Hendrik Pohls, Laurent Rene de Cotret, and Mark Sutton
10:30 SYED 1.3 Hauptvortrag: Light MATTERs!!! — •Hrvoje Petek, Andi Li, Zehua Wang, and Marcel Reutzel
  11:00 15 min. break
11:15 SYED 1.4 Hauptvortrag: Quantum localization and delocalization of charge carriers in molecular organic crystals — •Jochen Blumberger
11:45 SYED 1.5 Hauptvortrag: Single-Atom Catalysis (SAC): How Structure Influences Reactivity — •Gareth Parkinson
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