This page lists all future and past activities that are regarding the FOR1700:
4th FOR1700 PhD and Postdoc meeting
Paderborn, September 19-21, 2016
The fourth meeting for the PhD students and Postdocs involved in the FOR1700 activities takes place from September 19-21, 2016 at the University of Paderborn. Further information can be found here.
3rd FOR1700 PhD and Postdoc meeting
Heidelberg, September 28-30, 2015
The third meeting for the PhD students and Postdocs involved in the FOR1700 activities takes place from September 28-30, 2015 at the University of Heidelberg. Further information can be found here.
Hannover, 30 September and 01 October 2014
2nd FOR1700 PhD and Postdoc meeting
Hannover, 15-17 September 2014
The second meeting for the PhD students and Postdocs involved in the FOR1700 activities takes place from 15 to 17 September 2014 at the University of Hannover. Further information can be found here.
DPG Symposium "One-dimensional Metals: Reality or Fiction"
DPG meeting Dresden, 31 March - 4 April 2014
The Sections of Surface Science, Semiconductor, Thin Films and Low Temperature of the DPG organized a Joint Symposium about "One-dimensional Metals: Reality of Fiction". Further information can be found here.
1st FOR1700 PhD and Postdoc Meeting
Winklmoosalm (Reit im Winkl), 16-20 September 2013
The first meeting for the Phd-students and Post docs involved in the FOR1700 activities took place at the Winklmoosalm close to Reit im Winkl. Details about the venue can be found at this webpage.
Besides a scientific program, which covers experimental and theoretical methods and concepts important for FOR1700, there was sufficient recreation time for joint hiking-tours, etc. in order to become acquainted with each other.
The scientific program is available on request.
Workshop "Physics at the borderline between 1D and 2D"
Bad Honnef, 13-15 Februrary 2013
The "round-table", organized by research units FOM-1D, FOR1162 and FOR1700, covered hot topics of low dimensional physics, e.g. magnetism at the atomic scale, superconductivity in 2D, topologocally protected edge states, spin-orbit coupling, etc. Experimental realizations at surfaces were presented as well as state of the art theoretical descriptions of these high correlated systems under explicit consideration of the environment.