April 30, 2010 in Goslar, Germany in the Harz mountains

The meeting in Goslar organised by the Center of Interface Science of the universities of Oldenburg, Osnabrück and Bremen, is the second of its kind aiming to bring some of the most outstanding researchers from chemistry and physics together to talk about hot topics in materials science. The main theme will be "Energy". Physicists and chemists of the field are welcome to participate. Female students and researchers are particularly encouraged to send in their abstracts. There will be a program for accompanying children.The deadline for registration is April 7, 2010.


The scientific meeting entitled "From the witches cauldrons of materials science 2010" takes place on April 30, 2010 and is open for all scientists (female and male). There is the possibility to present own research in form of a poster. The meeting will be held in the Harz mountains close to the city of Goslar (www.goslar.de), not far from the Brocken mountain (www.brocken-harz.de), in the old locksmithery of the World Cultural Heritage Rammelsberg


Thursday, April 29, 2010


Welcome and registration:

Hotel Der Achtermann
Rosentorstraße 20
D-38640 Goslar

Phone: +49 (0) 5321-7000-0


Friday, April 30, 2010

Bus transfer from train station (opposite Hotel Achtermann) to World cultural heritage Rammelsberg (museum and ancient mine)

Bergtal 19
D-38640 Goslar
Phone: +49 (0) 53 21-7500

Katharina Al-Shamery, Universität Oldenburg
Henning Binnewies, Mayor of the city of Goslar
Opening remarks
Energy Storage  
Angelika Heinzel, University of Duisburg Essen 9.20-10.00
Energy – todays and future supply and demand patterns
Anke Hagen, Risoe DTU, Roskilde, Denmark 10.00-10.40
Solid oxide fuel cells: From fundamentals to the market
Coffee break 10.40-11.10
Pooi See Lee, Nanynag Technological University, Singapore 11.10-11.50
Energy conversion and storage devices based on oxide nanostructures
Sabine Ludwigs, Albert Ludwigs University of Freiburg 11.50-12.30
From nanostructured block copolymer templates towards organic solar cells
Lunch 12.30-14.00
Dai Zhang, Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen 14.00-14.40
Correlation between the morphology and the local photophysics of organic solar cells blend films at nanometer scale
Parinda Vasa, Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg 14.40-15.20
Ultrafast spectroscopy: The real-time technique for investigating energy transfer
Coffee break 15.20-15.50
Selected Young Researcher Contribution  
Martina Neises, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Köln 15.50-16.10

Hydrogen production via solar thermochemical water-splitting

Ilka Parchmann, Christian Albrechts University of Kiel 16.10-16.50
Energy Education – an area to foster (girls?) interests in science?
Poster session 17.10-19.30
Bus transfer to Hotel Achtermann 19.30
Joint dinner in the Hotel Achtermann 20.00
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