Extended deadline for abstract submission: 31 May. Submit your abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Place: Linköping, Sweden
Time: September 16-18, 2019
About conferenceShow/Hide content
We welcome you to the conference on Theory of Complex Disorder in Materials in Linköping.
This A rapid method development is currently taking place within our community allowing the first-principles treatment of materials with complex disorder and excitations.
Example of such cases are magnetic materials above the critical ordering temperature where many-body excitations, magnetic disorder, lattice vibrations and structural defects co-exist. Another case is compositionally complex and high-entropy alloys at elevated temperatures where lattice vibrations and magnetism are coupled to the configurational disorder. A third example is the interaction of configurational, vibrational, and magnetic disorder with spectroscopic, mechanical, piezo- and pyroelectric properties and thermal transport. Yet another developing direction is the usage of many-body techniques for strongly correlated materials together with treatments of vibrational and configurational disorder.
We also want to point towards the emergent usage of machine learning to grasp complex and non-intuitive cases of disordered materials, and to find accurate and efficient models and potentials for e.g. molecular dynamics in presence of disorder.
Method-wise well established approaches like the cluster expansion technique for alloys, phonon calculations for lattice vibrations and disordered local moments for paramagnetism are getting interwoven with techniques such as ab-initio molecular dynamics, atomistic spin dynamics, and dynamical mean-field theory.
Material science questions that have recently been addressed by these methodologies include modeling of the invar effect, magnetism of Fe-Ni under high pressure, anomalous piezoelectric response in Sc-Al-N alloys, magnetolattice coupling in paramagnetic CrN, explanations of vibrational spectra in high-entropy alloys, effects of defects on dislocation core properties, and vibrationally mediated properties in disordered materials.
It is becoming clear that in many cases, the electronic, magnetic, vibrational, and structural degrees of freedom can not be adiabatically decoupled. Many groups are active in these areas and it is timely to arrange a workshop where the different newly developed approaches and their results for specific materials are compared and critically discussed. We foresee that this workshop will serve an important role in keeping this development going and focused on the most promising directions and most relevant areas for the wider community.
Scientific committeeShow/Hide content
- Björn Alling, Associate Professor, Linköping University
- Fritz Körmann, Lecturer, TU Delft
- Sergei Simak, Professor, Linköping University
- Marcus Ekholm, Associate Professor, Linköping University
- Ferenc Tasnadi, Associate Professor, Linköping University
- Rickard Armiento, Associate Professor, Linköping University
- Davide Sangiovanni, Assistant Professor, Linköping University
Invited speakersShow/Hide content
Confirmed invited speakers (this far)
- Alex Zunger
- Andrei Ruban
- Silke Biermann
- Alexander Shapeev
- Dallas Trinkle
- Ivan Leonov
- Leonid Poyurovskiy
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The participation fee is 250 €. This fee includes Lunch and Dinners during the conference. Hotels are booked and payed by the participants. We have reserved some hotel rooms at two different prize segment hotels for your convenience. More information on this will be presented soon.
Upon registration, the payment should be made by bank transfer. Always make sure to mention "project 290778" followed by your name and, if possible, your affiliation in the payment.
Payments within Sweden
Payments from outside Sweden
Bank account: 1281 01 17713 Danske Bank, Box 7523, SE-103 92 Stockholm, Sweden
BIC/SWIFT: DABASESX, IBAN: SE13 1200 0000 0128 1011 7713
Linköping University’s corporate identification number: 202100-3096
VAT number: SE202100309601
Conference organisers have arranged two different categories of hotel accommodation bookable by the participants. Please email the hotel to book and pay your stay.
|Valla Folkhögskola (20 rooms)||on Campus||SEK 790 (includes VAT and breakfast)||
email to: email@example.com
|Clarion Collection Hotel Slottsparken (10 rooms)||town centre||SEK 1650 (includes VAT, breakfast and dinner)||
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Covered topics: Theoretical methods for studies of complex disorder in materials from first-principles
Magnetic materials in the paramagnetic state: magnetic disorder, lattice vibrations, and defects.
Disorder effects in materials with strong electron correlations.
Machine learning for understanding and modeling complex disorder in materials
Effects of alloying, temperature and disorder on dislocations, mechanical, piezoelectric, and transport properties.
Vibrations, magnetism and defects in complex alloys and high-entropy alloys.
Poster sessions also appear each day.
Preliminary programme in PDF
Extended deadline for abstract submission: 31 May, 2019 23:59 CET