MSIT Winter School

MSIT Winter Schools comprise lectures given by the MSIT members and invited experts on Phase diagrams, Classical and Computational Thermodynamics, and Crystallography and related applicational topics.


Programme

 

SUNDAY, March 3, 2019

from 15:00

 

ARRIVAL

16:09

Tegernsee train station

Shuttle 1 to the castle

 

17:09

Tegernsee train station

Shuttle 2 to the castle

 

19:00

Gartenzimmer

Get Together (snack bar)

 

MONDAY, March 4, 2019

8:00–9:00

Speisesaal

Breakfast

9:00

Konferenzraum

Welcome to the 33rd Annual MSIT Meeting and the 3rd MSIT Winter School

Dr. Svitlana Iljenko (MSI, Germany) and Andy Watson (Coventry University, UK)

3rd MSIT Winter School

MSIT Meeting

9:15

Principles of Chemical Thermodynamics

Prof. Andy Watson

(Coventry University, UK)

 

10:30

Konferenzgebäude

Coffee

11:00

Konferenzraum

Phase equilibria and phase diagrams, Part I
Prof. Marie-Christine Record

(Marseille, France)

Critical Evaluation of Materials Systems
(allocated group rooms)

12:30

Speisesaal

Lunch

14:00

Konferenzraum

Phase equilibria and phase diagrams, Part II with practical session
Prof. Marie-Christine Record

(Marseille, France) Hands-on

Critical Evaluation of Materials Systems
(allocated group rooms)

15:30

Gartenzimmer

Coffee

16:00

Konferenzraum

Crystallography, Part I

Prof. Peter Rogl

(Universität Wien, Austria)

Critical Evaluation of Materials Systems
(allocated group rooms)

18:30

Speisesaal

Dinner - Bavarian buffet


TUESDAY, March 5, 2019

8:00 – 9:00

Speisesaal

Breakfast

9:00

Konferenzraum

Crystallography, Part II (practical session)
Prof. Peter Rogl

(Universität Wien, Austria)

Critical Evaluation of Materials Systems
(allocated group rooms)

10:30

Konferenzgebäude

Coffee

10:50

Konferenzraum

Advanced Phase Diagrams

Prof. Klaus Hack

(GTT-Technologies, Germany)

Critical Evaluation of Materials Systems
(allocated group rooms)

11:40

 

Application of Density Functional Theory in the Context of Phase Diagram Modelling

Dr. Tilmann Hickel (Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung GmbH, Germany)

Critical Evaluation of Materials Systems
(allocated group rooms)

12:30

Speisesaal

Lunch

14:00

Konferenzraum

Experimental Determination of Phase Diagrams, incl. Practical session - analysis of data

Dr. Frank Stein (Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung GmbH, Germany)

Critical Evaluation of Materials Systems
(allocated group rooms)

15:30

Gartenzimmer

Coffee

16:00

Konferenzraum

 

Experimental Methods in Thermodynamics, incl. Practical session - analysis of data

Dr. Alexandra Khvan (MISIS, Moscow, Russia)

Critical Evaluation of Materials Systems
(allocated group rooms)

17:45

How to Make Critical Evaluation of Constitutional Data

Prof. Andy Watson (Coventry University, UK)

18:30

Speisesaal

Dinner

20:00

Konferenzraum

Participant Presentations I

21:00

Speisesaal

Feuerzangenbowle

 

WEDNESDAY, March 6, 2019

8:00 – 9:00

Speisesaal

Breakfast

9:00

Konferenzraum

Computational Materials Thermodynamics

Prof. K.C. Hari Kumar

(IIT Madras, India)

Critical Evaluation of Materials Systems
(allocated group rooms)

10:30

Gartenzimmer

Coffee

11:00

Konferenzraum

Computational Materials Thermodynamics (Practical session: phase diagram calculation; thermochemical properties and chemical equilibrium)

Prof. K.C. Hari Kumar (IIT Madras, India)

Critical Evaluation of Materials Systems
(allocated group rooms)

12:30

Speisesaal

Lunch

14:00

Konferenzraum

Computational Materials Thermodynamics

(Hands-on: phase diagram calculation; thermochemical properties and chemical equilibrium)

Prof. K.C. Hari Kumar (IIT Madras, India)

Prof. Andy Watson (Coventry University, UK)

Critical Evaluation of Materials Systems
(allocated group rooms)

15:30

Gartenzimmer

Coffee

16:00

Konferenzraum

Computational Materials Thermodynamics

(Hands-on: phase diagram calculation; thermochemical properties and chemical equilibrium)

Prof. K.C. Hari Kumar (IIT Madras, India)

Prof. Andy Watson (Coventry University, UK)

Critical Evaluation of Materials Systems
(allocated group rooms)

17:45

MSI Eureka- Data Base for Constitutional Properties of Inorganic Materials

Svitlana Iljenko (MSI, Germany)

Critical Evaluation of Materials Systems
(allocated group rooms)

18:20

Closing and Summary of the Winter School (with discussion)

18:30

Speisesaal

Dinner

20:00

Konferenzraum

Participant Presentations II

 

THURSDAY, March 7, 2019

8:00 – 9:00

Speisesaal

Breakfast

Critical Evaluation and Review of Materials Systems

9:00

allocated group

rooms

Critical Evaluation of Materials Systems
(allocated group rooms)

10:30

Gartenzimmer

Coffee

11:00

allocated group

rooms

Critical Evaluation of Materials Systems
(allocated group rooms)

12:30

Speisesaal

Lunch

13:30

allocated group

rooms

Critical Evaluation of Materials Systems
(allocated group rooms)

15:30

Gartenzimmer

Coffee

16:00

allocated group

rooms

Critical Evaluation of Materials Systems
(allocated group rooms)

18:30

Speisesaal

Dinner

 

FRIDAY, March 8, 2019

8:00 – 9:00

Speisesaal

Breakfast

before 9:00

 

Clear rooms before 9:00

Critical Evaluation and Review of Materials Systems

9:00

Re-allocated
group rooms

Critical Evaluation of Materials Systems
(allocated group rooms)

10:30

Gartenzimmer

Coffee

11:00

Grüner Seminarraum
Chair:

Group Reports

12:00

Speisesaal

Lunch

before 14:00

 

Departure


Schedule

  • 8:00 - 9:00 Breakfast

Lectures and practical excercises

  • 10:30 - 11:00 1st Coffee break

Lectures and practical excercises

  • 12:30 - 14:00 Lunch

Lectures and practical excercises

  • 15:30 - 16:00 2nd Coffee break

Lectures and practical excercises

  • 18:30 Dinner

Although we are not giving ECTS credits, some Universities may allocate equivalents of ECTS credits for participation in the MSIT Winter School. We recommend that you make enquiries at your Institution. Three full days of participation is the equivalent of at least 28 hours including breaks.
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