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G-RISC Teaching

Teaching in First Semester 2018


Lecture Series given by Prof. E. Schöll (TU Berin) at IPME of the Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg:

April 9, 2018, 6-8 pm: "Controlling partial synchronization patterns: Chimera states and beyond"

April 11, 2018, 6-8 pm: "Chimera states in complex networks: interplay of topology, noise, and delay"

April 13, 2018, 6-8 pm: "Coherence resonance chimeras in dynamical networks and their control by time-delayed feedback"

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Wednesday, January 24, 10.00 c.t.
IWR, Mathematikon, Heidelberg, Im Neuenheimer Feld 205
Seminar Analysis, 5th floor SR12

Prof. Dr. Alexander L. Skubachevskii
Chair Applied Mathematics
RUDN University (Moscow)

Abstract: The theory of elliptic differential-difference equations has many interesting
applications e.g. to
• the theory of sandwich shells and plates,
• the Kato problem concerning the analyticity of the square root of an analytic
function of dissipative operators,
• nonlocal boundary value problems arising in plasma theory,
• the theory of multidimensional diffusion processes,
• nonlinear optics, …
This theory is based on the properties of difference operators acting in Sobolev
spaces. Most important property of a regular difference operator:
It maps the Sobolev space of the first order with the homogeneous Dirichlet
boundary condition onto the subspace of the Sobolev space of the first order with
nonlocal boundary conditions continuously and bijectively. This result allows to
reduce boundary value problems for strongly elliptic differential-difference
equations to elliptic equations with nonlocal boundary conditions. Conversely, in
some cases nonlocal elliptic boundary value problems can be reduced to elliptic
differential-difference equations.

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Teaching in Second Semester 2017

Prof. Dr. Elena Grachova from Saint-Petersburg State University gives a compact course of interdisciplinary lectures: “Noble metal complexes as „antenna“ for origanically modified polyoxovanadates”

August 23-25, 2017 in Institute of Inorganic Chemistry at RWTH Aachen University

A series of the scientific talks in the form of lectures or workshop will be given in Institute of Inorganic Chemistry at RWTH Aachen University, to introduce our German colleagues into the interdisciplinary aspects of coordination chemistry and luminescence of transition metal complexes. The lectures will be hosted by Kirill Monakhov, the head of the DFG's Emmy Noether research group. The lecture course will include the general description of luminescence in organometallic systems, principles of molecular emitters design and short communication about the main application field of luminescent compounds based on transition metal complexes. Workshop will be held from 23.08.2017 to 25.08.2017 (2 lectures per day).

  • 23.08.2017
    Photoluminescence.
    Absorbance and emission. Chromophore centre. Sensitizer. Quenching. Fluorescence and phosphorescence. Dual luminescence. TADF phenomenon. Two-photon emission. Aggregation induced emission.
  • 24.08.2017
    Luminescence of polynuclear d-complexes. Cluster complexes of copper subgroup metals, some principles of design. Metallophilic interactions as a driving force for the manifestation of luminescent properties. Role of the ligand environment.
  • 25.08.2017
    Some ways for utilization of d-complexes luminescence
    . Principles of organization of chromophore centres based on lanthanide and d-complex as sensitizer of Ln(III) emission. Stimuli responsive properties and sensing. Electroluminescence. Labels for luminescent microscopy. Obtaining nanoparticles by laser irradiation.

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Teaching in First Semester 2017

Lecture "Preparation, characterization and applications of nanomaterials"

for Master's level students

by Prof. Dr. Julien Bachmann from Friedrich-Alexander University of Erlangen-Nurnberg, Department of Chemistry and Pharmacy.

April 6, 2017 at 13:00 at Saint Petersburg State University, Chemical Faculty, Lecture Hall 1.