18h00 arrival/registration in Exeter (Mardon Hall)
20h00 Dinner (Mardon Hall)
till 23h00 Bar (Beer)
Morning : Computational methods applied to condensed matter (in Physics building room 503)
9h-10h30: Functional density theory basics (for dummies) (J.-S. Filhol)
- How density functional works
Introduction to Hohenberg-Kohn-Sham theorem
Practical implementation and important parameters
-What is a XC functional?
-What is a basis set?
-What is a K-point sampling?
-What is a pseudo-potential?
10h30 11h: Coffee break
11h –12h: What can you get from DFT (R. Jones)
- Force and structure
- Electronic properties
- Vibrational properties
- Magnetic properties
- Dynamic properties
12h-12h30: V and Er defects in 4H-SiC (R. Jones,-D.Prezzi)
12h30: Workshop photo and lunch (Mardon Hall)
14h00 15h00: Theory of EXAFS (Fred Mosslemans): 40min + 20 min discussion
15h00-16h00: Preparation of RE doped nitrides (S. Dalmasso)
16h00-16h30: Tea break
16h30-17h30 Rough guide to DFTB (B. Hourahine)
-How it works and when it doesn’t
- what can you get out from it ?
9h00-10h00 : Theory of photoluminescence (K. O'Donnell)
10h00-11h00: Theory of TEM (P. Ruterana)
11h00 11h30: Coffee Break
11h30-12h30: Theory of RBS (K. Lorenz)
12h30 Lunch (Mardon Hall)
14h00-15h00 Using Trim (B. Pipeleers)
15h00-16h00: Theory of electrical measurements and DLTS in semiconductors (D. Palmer)
16h00 16h15 Coffee Break
17h15-19h00: Discussion (Renibel)
19h00 Dinner (Mardon Hall).
Contact Jean-Sebastien Filhol (firstname.lastname@example.org)