April 29 - 30, 2016 in Goslar, Germany in the Harz mountains

The scientific meeting "From the witches cauldrons in materials science 2016" takes place on April 29 and 30, 2016. We were again able to win excellent female scientists as speakers for the conference. The meeting is held jointly with SFB 1083 "Structure and Dynamics of Internal Interfaces".

There is the possibility to present personal research in form of a poster. The deadline for registration and contributions is April 12, 2016.


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

Furthermore, we would like to point out our child day care program at the museum mine Rammelsberg on April 30, 2016.



April 29, 2016


Welcome and registration:

Hotel Der Achtermann
Rosentorstraße 20
D-38640 Goslar

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

Dinner (optional) 19:00

April 30, 2016

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
Renate Lucksch, Mayor of the City of Goslar

Opening remarks

Ursula Keller, ETH Zürich (Switzerland) 8:50-9:30

Attosecond Ionization Dynamics

Christine Silberhorn, Paderborn University 9:30-10:10

Quantum Walks in Time

Coffee break 10:10-10:40
Martina Hentschel, Ilmenau University of Technology 10:40-11:20

Honey, We Shrunk the Laser! Quantum Chaos Meets Application Challenges

Pooi See Lee, NTU – Nanyang Technological University, Singapore 11:20-12:00

Flexible and Stretchable Conductors for Electronics and Energy Applications

Lunch break 12:00-14:00
Dagmar Gerthsen, KIT – Karlsruhe Institute of Technology 14:00-14:40

Contribution of Electron Microscopy to the Solution of Materials Science Problems in Solid Oxide Fuel Cell

Maya Kiskinova, Elettra - Sincrotrone Trieste (Italy) 14:40-15:20

Microscopic Insights on the Properties of Morphologically Complex Functional Materials Using Synchrotron-based Microspectroscopy and Imaging

Coffee break 15.20-15.50
Maraike Ahlf, BASF SE Ludwigshafen 15:50-16:30

Atomic Layer Deposition and its Development as an Enabling Technolgy

Specially Selected Young Scientist 16:30-16:45
Poster session 16.45-18.30
Bus transfer to Hotel Achtermann 18.30
Conference dinner in the Hotel Achtermann 19.00
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