Hannover 2020 – wissenschaftliches Programm

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MO: Fachverband Molekülphysik

MO 17: Theory

Donnerstag, 12. März 2020, 14:00–16:00, f142

14:00 MO 17.1 Towards Machine-Learned Coordinate Grids for Wave Packet Dynamics — •Sebastian Reiter, Thomas Schnappinger, and Regina de Vivie-Riedle
14:15 MO 17.2 The [H,C,N] dynamics project — •Georg Ch. Mellau, Vladimir Yu. Makhnev, Nikolay F. Zobov, Aleksandra A. Kyuberis, and Oleg L. Polyansky
14:30 MO 17.3 Charge Transfer Through Redox Molecular Junctions in Non-Equilibrated Solvents — •Henning Kirchberg, Michael Thorwart, and Abraham Nitzan
14:45 MO 17.4 Synthetic spin-orbit coupling mediated by a bosonic environment — •Mikhail Maslov, Mikhail Lemeshko, and Enderalp Yakaboylu
15:00 MO 17.5 Efficient Charge Generation Via Hole Transfer in Dilute Organic Donor-Fullerene Blends: A High-Dimensional Multi-Step Kinetics Approach Based On Fermi's Golden Rule Rate Theory — •Alexander Schubert, Yin Song, Srijana Bhandari, Jennifer P. Ogilvie, Barry D. Dunietz, and Eitan Geva
15:15 MO 17.6 From spectral Lines to Energy Terms without a Model — •Stefan Brackertz, Sven Kristkeitz, Oskar Asvany, and Stephan Schlemmer
15:30 MO 17.7 Is nuclear motion classical? The success of the Maxwell-Boltzmann distribution — •Irmgard Frank
15:45 MO 17.8 On the Molecular Symmetry of Protonated Methane — •Stefan Brackertz, Benjamin Nukic, Thomas Salomon, Per Jensen, and Stephan Schlemmer
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