Direkt zum Inhalt
 
 
Bannergrafik (Fb 15)
 
  Startseite  
 
Sie sind hier:» Universität » Chemie » AG Tonner » Veröffentlichungen » Vorträge

Eingeladene Vorträge

61 „Ab initio modelling of CVD chemistry” (vorläufiger Titel) Konferenz, MRS Fall meeting, Boston (USA) 12/2019 (Einladung angenommen)
60 „Organic chemistry at surfaces – from numbers to insight” Konferenz, Jaipur (Indien), 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 (Spanien), 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-Kolloquium anlässlich des 70. Geburtstages von 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 (Österreich), 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/Schweiz, 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 (Antritts-Vorlesung als 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 (Preisträger-Vortrag)
38 „Surface chemistry for organic–inorganic interfaces – a quantum chemical perspective” Workshop, 17th Workshop of Dynamical Phenomena at Surfaces (WDPS–17), Mailand/Italien, 09/2016
37 „What surface and material sciences can learn from bonding analysis” Konferenz, 1st European Symposium on Chemical Bonding (ESCB–1) Rouen/Frankreich, 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” Konferenz, International Conference on Chemical Bonding (ICCB 2016), Lihue (USA), 07/2016
34 „Ab initio modelling of semiconductor epitaxy processes – gas phase, surface and interfaces” Konferenz, International Conference on Computational and Mathematical Methods in Science and Engineering (CMMSE 2016), Cadiz (Spanien), 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” Konferenz, 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” Konferenz, 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” Konferenz, International Conference on Computational and Mathematical Methods in Science and Engineering (CMMSE 2014), Rota (Spanien), 07/2014
18 „Chemical bonding and reactivity on silicon surfaces by dispersion-corrected DFT methods” Seminar, L’Université de Lyon (Frankreich), 12/2013
17 „Growth of III/V-Materials on Silicon Surfaces – Insights from DFT-Based Modeling” Konferenz, Advanced Materials and Nanotechnolog (AMN-6), Auckland, Neuseeland, 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, Neuseeland, 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, Neuseeland, 02/2013
14 „Adsorption on semiconductor surfaces – dispersion-corrected DFT results” Seminar, Center for Theoretical Chemistry and Physics, Massey University, Auckland, Neuseeland, 02/2013
13 „Quantum-chemical studies of organic molecular crystals – structure and spectroscopy” Konferenz, 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” Konferenz, MACC-4, Lviv, Ukraine, 06/2011–07/2012
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

Konferenzbeiträge (nur Vorträge)

14 „Explaining organic chemistry at surfaces with energy decomposition analysis” 11th Triennial congress of the World Association of Theoretical and Computational Chemists (WATOC) 2017, München, 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, 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” Konferenz, 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, Neuseeland, 02/2009
2 „Adsorption of proline and glycine on the TiO2(110) surface – a DFT study” IC08 Conference, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, Neuseeland, 12/2008
1 „Are carbodiphoshoranes better ligands than N-heterocyclic carbenes for Grubbs’ catalysts?” Hood Fellow Symposium, University of Auckland, Auckland, Neuseeland, 04/2008

Zuletzt aktualisiert: 27.02.2019 · Reuti

 
 
 
Fb. 15 - Chemie

Fb. 15 - Chemie, Hans-Meerwein-Straße 4, 35032 Marburg
Tel. +49 6421/28-25543, Fax +49 6421/28-28917 , E-Mail: dekanat@chemie.uni-marburg.de

URL dieser Seite: https://www.uni-marburg.de/fb15/ag-tonner/veroeffentlichungen/vortraege

Impressum | Datenschutz