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Chemie in unterschiedlichen Dimensionen - von Molekülen über supramolekulare Aggregate zu optoelektronischen Bauteilen (Prof. Dr. Arne Lützen, Uni Bonn)

17.06.2021 von 17:00 bis 18:30

Zugangslink über OLAT: https://www.chemie.uni-kiel.de/de/vortragsprogramm
Der Vortrag ist Teil des GDCh-Vortragsprogramm der Sektion Chemie, alle Interessierten sind herzlich eingeladen.

Ulrich Lüning

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"Chemie in unterschiedlichen Dimensionen - von Molekülen über supramolekulare Aggregate zu optoelektronischen Bauteilen" (Prof. Dr. Arne Lützen, Uni Bonn)

17.06.2021 von 17:00 bis 18:30

Zugangslink über OLAT: https://www.chemie.uni-kiel.de/de/vortragsprogramm
Der Vortrag ist Teil des GDCh-Vortragsprogramm der Sektion Chemie, alle Interessierten sind herzlich eingeladen.

 

 

 

Ulrich Lüning

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KiNSIS Transfer Lunch: Dr. Mindaugas Bulota, Head of National Innovation and Entrepreneurship Centre, Kaunas University of Technology (KTU), Lithuania „Technology transfer practices and success cases at KTU"

18.06.2021 von 12:30 bis 13:30

Online

KiNSIS LogoThe transfer group received the invitation and the access data per e-mail. If you are interested to take part please contact Julia Siekmann: jsiekmann@uv.uni-kiel.de

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Analog computing by oscillations and waves (Gyorgy Csaba, Pázmány University Budapest)

24.06.2021 von 16:00 bis 17:00

Online

Logo CRC 1461Speaker:

Gyorgy Csaba, Faculty for Information Technology and Bionics, Pázmány University Budapest)

Abstract:

The notion of analog computing stems from the idea of calculating a problem by an analogous physical system, that, is to use the laws of physics to do computation. This motivates our work to find low-power, nanoscale physical systems that naturally converge toward a computationally useful state.
One such system is a made from coupled ring oscillators. Ring oscillators are straightforwardly realizable electrical circuits, which synchronize into collective oscillatory states and can realize neural network functions. In the first half of my talk, I will show examples of ring-oscillator-based neural computation and argue that phase/frequency based analog computers can be fundamentally more power efficient than circuits that use voltage or current levels to do computation [1].
Spin waves in magnetic materials can realize rich oscillatory dynamics and do it without dissipative current flow. Recently, we engineered magnetic thin films to realize neural computing functions in the spin-wave domain [2] and the second half of my talk will show how non-linear waves in a material substrate can do analog, neuromorphic computation.

[1] Csaba, Gyorgy, and Wolfgang Porod. "Noise Immunity of Oscillatory Computing Devices." IEEE Journal on Exploratory Solid-State Computational Devices and Circuits 6, no. 2 (2020): 164-169.
[2] Papp, Adam, Wolfgang Porod, and Gyorgy Csaba. "Nanoscale neural network using non-linear spin-wave interference." arXiv preprint arXiv:2012.04594 (2020).

Abstract als PDF-Datei zum Download

Acknowledgement: This is joint work with Prof. Wolfgang Porod (University of Notre Dame, USA) and Adam Papp (Pazmany University)

Das Kolloquium findet im Rahmen des SFB 1461 "Neuroelektronik: Biologisch inspirierte Informationsverarbeitung" statt, Interessierte sind herzlich eingeladen.

Zugang zum Videovortrag

Meeting ID: 691 1817 0777
Passcode: 708346

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Plasma 2020 – The US National Academies Decadal Assessment of Plasma Physics: Overview and Future Research Opportunities (Prof. Dr. Mark J. Kushner, University of Michigan)

29.06.2021 ab 16:15

Photo Mark J. KushnerThe Board on Physics and Astronomy of the United States (US) National Academies conducts every-10-year assessments of the major fields of physics. The purpose of the decadal assessments is to provide an overview of the progress made in the field over the past decade and to highlight research opportunities in the coming decade. The Plasma 2020 Decadal Assessment of plasma physics, Plasma Science: Enabling Technology, Sustainability, Security, and Exploration, was released in draft form in May 2020 and in final form in April 2021. The report broadly addresses the field of plasma physics, with chapters focused on foundational processes, laser-plasma interactions, high energy density systems, low temperature plasmas, magnetically confined fusion and space plasmas. The Plasma 2020 report, in addition to being a science document of interest to the international community, is also a policy document which responds to the charge of the sponsoring US federal agencies for recommendations on how plasma science should be configured and funded in the US. These agencies are the National Science Foundation, Department of Energy and Department of Defense. As a result, the F&R (findings and recommendations) of the report are US focused, while also hopefully being of interest to the international community by being adaptable to their particular administrative structures.

In this presentation, an overview of the Plasma 2020 Decadal Assessment will be provided. The Decadal Assessment process will be briefly described, followed by highlights of the accomplishments, science opportunities and F&R across the field. More emphasis and detail will be provided for findings for low temperature plasmas.
A (free) pdf copy of the Plasma 2020 Decadal Assessment can be downloaded here.

Link to the video meeting
The talk is part of the "Physikalische Kolloquium", everybody interested is cordially invited.

 

Prof. Benedikt, Prof. Kersten

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International Conference NIBS 2021: 4th Nanotechnology and Innovation in the Baltic Sea Region

04.08.2021 bis 06.08.2021

Online

LogoThe NIBS 2021 conference is the fourth annual NIBS conference with the series starting in 2017. NIBS is organized by the Mads Clausen Institute at the University of Southern Denmark, the Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania and the North German Initiative Nanotechnology Schleswig-Holstein e.V. (NINa SH eV) network, led by Kiel University, Germany.

Attendees from industry, academia and municipalities are invited to enter in a dialogue about the potential for interdisciplinary applications and new products from nanotechnology.

NIBS offers:

  •     state-of-the-art stimulating presentations
  •     matchmaking events
  •     a dialogue platform between experienced and young researchers from industry and academia


NIBS provides presentations from companies and research institutions on current trends in the field of nanotechnology. Companies have the opportunity to communicate their success stories and the newest developments in-house. Young scientists present their work and find entrepreneurial opportunities.

Why NIBS?

In contrast to national conferences, NIBS brings together researchers and business stakeholders from the Baltic Sea Region (BSR) as well as parties involved in the cooperation with the BSR partners to share latest achievements in research, innovative solutions and applications in the field of nanotechnology. NIBS focuses on the BSR, where the innovation potential from newest technologies is utmost high.
The NIBS conference offers an ideal opportunity to increase your visibility as a scientist, company or other stakeholder in the field of nanotechnology within the Baltic Sea region. You can benefit from an active regional nanotechnology network and get a perfect stage to initiate new projects or start-ups and find new partners and customers, respectively.

Topics

  •     Nanotech for Life Science
  •     Nano energy
  •     Nanomaterials
  •     Nanooptics
  •     Nanoelectronics
  •     Sensors
  •     Sustainable Nanotechnology

 

Important dates
 

https://nibs.nina-sh.de/

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10th International Workshop on Functional Nanocomposites

07.09.2021 um 10:00 bis 10.09.2021 um 11:00

Varese, Villa Cagnola, Italien

The workshop aims on polymer metal nanocomposites. These nanocomposites may consist of polymer/metal in the shape of nanoclusters/nanoparticles, nanotubes, nanofibers, and nanowires. The event aims to bring together physicists, chemists, and engineers from academics and industries to combine their knowledge of nanocomposites advanced preparation techniques, new material properties and industrial applications. In addition computer simulations and theoretical work are included.

The workshop will have a hybrid format, both online and in presence at Villa Cagnola, Varese, Italy. If the COVID restrictions are still in place, it will be held entirely online.

Organizing Committee

Paolo Milani, University of Milan, Milan, Italy, Workshop Chair  
Andrey Choukourov, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic, Workshop Vice Chair  
Franz Faupel, Kiel University, Kiel, Germany     
Noemi De Lorenzo, University of Milan, Milan, Italy, Workshop Secretary

https://nanoworkshop2021.fisica.unimi.it/

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