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Invited Talks

61 “Ab initio modelling of CVD chemistry” (preliminary titel) Conference, MRS Fall meeting, Boston (USA) 12/2019 (invitation accepted)
60 “Organic chemistry at surfaces – from numbers to insight” Konferenz, Jaipur (India), 01/2019 (Bansal)
59 “Concepts for functional materials from computational chemistry” Seminar, MPI für Kohlenforschung Mülheim, 11/2018 (Neese)
58 “Concepts for functional materials from computational chemistry” Seminar, FHI Berlin, 10/2018 (Scheffler)
57 “From precursor design to growth mechanisms – impact and prospects of ab initio modelling in atomic scale processing” Workshop on Semiconductor Surface Chemistry, Konferenz, HERALD Summit, Braga (Portugal), 09/2018 (Plenary talk)
56 “More than dimers – the impact of strain on surface reactivity at silicon” Workshop on Semiconductor Surface Chemistry, 2nd European Symposium on Chemical Bonding, Oviedo (Spain), 09/2018
55 “(In)organic surface functionalization in silico – from concepts to interfaces” Workshop on Semiconductor Surface Chemistry, Telluride (USA), 07/2018
54 “Organic chemistry at surfaces – from numbers to insight” Seminar, OC und Center for Multiscale Theory and Computation, Münster, 06/2018 (Neugebauer, Fest-Colloquium on the occasion of the 70th birthday of Prof. E.-U. Würthwein)
53 “Computational chemistry for functional materials” Seminar, Institut für Physikalische Chemie, Gießen, 06/2018 (Mollenhauer)
52 “Concepts for functional materials from computational chemistry” Seminar, FU Berlin, 06/2018 (Paulus, Tremblay)
51 “Concepts for functional materials from computational chemistry” Seminar, Graz (Austria), 05/2018 (Boese)
50 “Hybrid interfaces via organic chemistry on semiconductors” ACS Spring Conference (Bent Symposium), New Orleans (USA), 03/2018
49 “Computational chemistry for functional materials” Seminar, Institut für Physikalische Chemie, Würzburg, 07/2017 (Engel, Mitric, Engels)
48 “Surface chemistry for organic-inorganic interfaces – a quantum chemical perspective” Konferenz, 2nd Sino-German Young Scientist Symposium on Structures & Dynamics at Surfaces, Göttingen, 05/2017
47 “Concepts for functional materials from computational chemistry” Seminar, EPFL Lausanne/Switzerland, 05/2017 (Corminboeuf)
46 “Organic functionalization of semiconductors – concepts from computational chemistry” Seminar, Institut für Theoretische Chemie, Universität Ulm, 05/2017 (Korth, Groß)
45 “Funktionsmaterialien verstehen mit molekülchemischen Konzepten – eine quantenmechanische Perspektive” GDCh-Kolloquium, Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät, Düsseldorf, 02/2017
44 “Computational chemistry for functional materials” Seminar, Max-Planck-Institute for Solid State Research, Stuttgart, 01/2017 (Grüneis, Alaavi)
43 “Concepts for functional materials from computational chemistry” Seminar, Institut für Physikalische Chemie, Karlsruhe, 12/2016 (Klopper)
42 “Organic functionalization of semiconductors – concepts from computational chemistry” Seminar, Institut für Theoretische Chemie, Stuttgart, 11/2016 (Köhn, Werner, Rauhut, Kästner)
41 “Molekülchemische Konzepte für Funktionsmaterialien über das Verständnis elektronischer Struktur” GDCh-Kolloquium, Fachbereich Chemie, Marburg, 11/2016 (Inaugural lecture as Privatdozent)
40 “Why care about electrons? A view from the other side of the Born-Oppenheimer approximation” Seminar, Fachbereich Pharmazie, Marburg, 11/2016 (Peter Kolb)
39 „Concepts for functional materials from computational chemistry” Konferenz, 52. Symposium Theoretical Chemistry (STC), Bochum, 09/2016 (Laureate lecture)
38 “Surface chemistry for organic–inorganic interfaces – a quantum chemical perspective” Workshop, 17th Workshop of Dynamical Phenomena at Surfaces (WDPS–17), Mailand/Italy, 09/2016
37 “What surface and material sciences can learn from bonding analysis” Conference, 1st European Symposium on Chemical Bonding (ESCB–1) Rouen/France, 08/2016 (Plenary talk)
36 “Ab initio modelling of elementary steps in chemical vapor deposition – gas phase, surface and interfaces” seminar, Dpt. of Chemical Engineering, Stanford University (USA), 07/2016 (Stacey Bent).
35 “Discovering molecular chemistry concepts in functional materials” Conference, International Conference on Chemical Bonding (ICCB 2016), Lihue (USA), 07/2016.
34 “Ab initio modelling of semiconductor epitaxy processes &nash; gas phase, surface and interfaces” Konferenz, International Conference on Computational and Mathematical Methods in Science and Engineering (CMMSE 2016), Cadiz (Spain), 07/2016
33 “Energy–based bonding analysis for surface and material sciences” seminar, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris (Benoit Braida), 06/2016.
32 “Functionalization of surfaces and interfaces – ab initio computations and electronic structure analysis” Physikalisch-chemisches Kolloquium, Universität Göttingen, 01/2016 (Alec Wodtke)
31 “In silico functionalization – from precursor chemistry to surface reactions with quantum chemical methods” (Research), “Bonding analysis” (Teaching) Workshop “Chemical Contributions to Semiconductor Development”, Hofheim/Unterfranken, 10/2015
30 “OMVPE from first principles – realistic quantum-chemical models for growth and properties” Conference, US OMVPE, Big Sky/Montana (USA), 08/2015
29 “Functionalization of surfaces and interfaces – ab initio computations and electronic structure analysis” SUNCAT seminar, Dpt. of Chemical Engineering, Stanford University (USA), 07/2015
28 “Growth and Interfaces of GaP on silicon – Experiment and theory joining forces” Workshop, Material Sciences Day, Marburg, 07/2015
27 “Energy-based chemical bond analysis across dimensions – from transition metal complexes to surface-adsorbate bonding” Inorganic and Physical Chemistry Seminar, Warwick/UK, 06/2015
26 “Bonding analysis methods for surfaces and solids – basics and research applications” Workshop, Bonding Analysis, Marburg, 05/2015
25 “Thermodynamic and kinetic measures of internal interface building blocks” Workshop, SFB 1083, Marburg, 12/2014
24 “Studying Semiconductor Growth Characteristics with Realistic Quantum-Chemical Models” Workshop, WZMW, Marburg, 12/2014
23 “GaP/Si: Studying Semiconductor Growth Characteristics with Realistic Quantum-Chemical Models” Workshop, Höchstleistungsrechenzentrum Stuttgart, Stuttgart, 09/2014
22 “Surface Science from a Computational Chemist’s Perspective: From Chemical Bonding to Thin-Film Growth” Industrie-Vortrag, BASF AG, Ludwigshafen, 09/2014
21 “The chemical bond in periodic systems – an energy-based method for surface-adsorbate complexes” Conference, International Conference on Chemical Bonding (ICCB), Lihue (USA), 07/2014
20 “Chemical Bonding and Reactivity on Silicon Surfaces by Dispersion-corrected DFT methods” seminar, Dpt. of Chemical Engineering, Stanford University (USA), 07/2014 (Stacey Bent)
19 “Insight into chemical bonding from partitioning of the bond energy – from 0D to 3D” conference, International Conference on Computational and Mathematical Methods in Science and Engineering (CMMSE 2014), Rota (Spain), 07/2014
18 “Chemical bonding and reactivity on silicon surfaces by dispersion-corrected DFT methods” seminar, L’Université de Lyon (France), 12/2013
17 “Growth of III/V-Materials on Silicon Surfaces – Insights from DFT-Based Modeling” conference, Advanced Materials and Nanotechnolog (AMN-6), Auckland, New Zealand, 02/2013
16 “Computational Surface Chemistry – Adsorption and thin-film growth on silicon surfaces with density functional methods” seminar, MacDiarmid Institute for Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology, Auckland, New Zealand, 02/2013
15 “Surfaces and Solids – spectroscopy, adsorption and chemical bonding with density functional methods for organic and inorganic semiconductors” seminar, School of Chemical and Physical Sciences, Victoria University Wellington, New Zealand, 02/2013
14 “Adsorption on semiconductor surfaces – dispersion-corrected DFT results” seminar, Center for Theoretical Chemistry and Physics, Massey University, Auckland, New Zealand, 02/2013
13 “Quantum-chemical studies of organic molecular crystals – structure and spectroscopy” conference, International Conference on Computational and Mathematical Methods in Science and Engineering (CMMSE 2012), La Manga, Spanien, 07/2012
12 “Growth of III/V-materials on silicon surfaces – insights from DFT-based modeling” Chemisches Kolloquium, Universität Frankfurt, 06/2012 (Max Holthausen)
11 “Surfaces and Solids – adsorption, spectroscopy and chemical bonding with dispersion-corrected periodic DFT methods for semiconductors and molecular crystals” seminar Theoretische Chemie, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, 06/2012 (Bernd Meyer)
10 “Surfaces and solids - adsorption studies and spectroscopy at metals, semiconductors and molecular crystals with dispersion- corrected periodic DFT methods” seminar Theoretische Chemie, Universität Potsdam, 03/2012 (Peter Saalfrank)
9 “Surfaces and solids – adsorption studies and spectroscopy at metals, semiconductors and molecular crystals with periodic DFT methods” Physikalisch-chemisches Kolloquium, TU Darmstadt, 01/2012 (Robert Berger)
8 “Surfaces and solids – adsorption studies and spectroscopy at metals, semiconductors and molecular crystals with periodic DFT methods” Physikalisch-chemisches Kolloquium, Universität Tübingen, 12/2011 (Reinhold Fink)
7 “Molekülkristalle mit periodischen DFT-Methoden” Physikalisch-chemisches Kolloquium, Universität Göttingen, 11/2011 (Martin Suhm)
6 “Energy Decomposition Analysis for Periodic Systems” seminar, SCM and Theorie-Gruppen, Frije Universiteit Amsterdam, 10/2011
5 “Atomic and Electronic Structure of Surfaces and Molecular Crystals - Insights from DFT” seminar, TU München, Prof. Karsten Reuter, 10/2011
4 “Adsorption of amino acids on the TiO2(110) surface” conference, MACC-4, Lviv, Ukraine, 06/2011–07/2011
3 “Enantiopurification via sublimation – DFT results for a lactic acid derivative” seminar, FU Berlin, Prof. Beate Paulus, 01/2011
2 “Theoretische Methoden der Oberflächenchemie” seminar, Philipps-Universität Marburg, Ring-Vorlesung der Fachbereiche Chemie, Physik und der Materialwissenschaften, 11/2010
1 “Adsorption of proline and glycine on the TiO2(110) surface - a DFT study” seminar, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Lehrstuhl AC II - Prof. Roland Fischer, 07/2010

Conference Contributions (talks only)

14 “Explaining organic chemistry at surfaces with energy decomposition analysis” 11th Triennial congress of the World Association of Theoretical and Computational Chemists (WATOC) 2017, Munich, 08/2017
13 “Old mechanism in odd setting – β-H elimination reactions in thin-film deposition” Chemiedozententagung, Marburg, 03/2017
12 “Chemical bonding concepts for surface and material sciences” Chemiedozententagung, Universität Heidelberg, 03/2016
11 “Explaining unusual reactivity in extended systems with energy-based analyses” Konferenz, 51. Symposium Theoretische Chemie, Potsdam, 09/20154
10 “Adsorption at semiconductor surfaces – an energy analysis method” DPG-Tagung (Spring Meeting + Condensed Matter Section), Dresden, 03/2014
9 “Adsorption at semiconductor surfaces: Quantifying contributions to the chemical bond” Conference, 49. Symposium Theoretische Chemie, Erlangen, 09/2013
8 “Density-functional study of alkyne adsorption on Si(001) and comparison to STM results” Physics Boat Workshop, Helsinki, Finnland, 06/2013
7 “Adsorption of amino acids on the TiO2(110) surface” DPG-Tagung (Spring Meeting + Condensed Matter Section), Berlin, 03/2012
6 “Vibrational properties of organic thin films from theory and experiment” Modeling of Molecular Properties, Heidelberg, 10/2011
5 “Vibrational properties of organic thin films from theory and experiment” 9th Triennial congress of the World Association of Theoretical and Computational Chemists (WATOC) 2011, Santiago de Compostela/Spanien, 07/2011
4 “Adsorption of proline and glycine on the TiO2(110) surface – a DFT study” 46th Symposium Theoretical Chemistry, Münster, 09/2010
3 “Adsorption of proline and glycine on the TiO2(110) surface – a DFT study” AMN-4 Conference, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand, 02/2009
2 “Adsorption of proline and glycine on the TiO2(110) surface – a DFT study” IC08 Conference, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand, 12/2008
1 “Are carbodiphoshoranes better ligands than N-heterocyclic carbenes for Grubbs’ catalysts?” Hood Fellow Symposium, University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand, 04/2008

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