Institut für Angewandte Physik

Scope

The annual Density Functional Days in Tübingen have been established in 2013 and are organized jointly by Joseph Brader (U Fribourg), Roland Roth (U Tübingen) and Martin Oettel (U Tübingen).

The workshops communicate progress in methods of Classical Density Functional Theory and intend to cover fundamental aspects of the statics and dynamics in homogeneous and inhomogeneous systems as well as selected applications.   

From 2019 on, a regular DFT school is planned, complementing the DFT Days and aimed at younger researchers. The first school (March 2019, Freiburg)  is organized by Andreas Härtel (U Freiburg), more information can be found here .

Announcement

Eighth Density Functional Days
September  21 - 23, 2020
Owing to the current difficulties in many countries related to Covid-19, the DFT days 2020 will be an online conference.

Program:

Abstracts have been added to the program.

Directions: The meeting will be held with zoom. Participation is free for all interested people. You have to register here for the first session on Monday, Sep 21 until Friday, Sep 18, 4pm Berlin time. This session will be open from 8:30 am. All information regarding access to the following sessions will be distributed via email among the registered participants.

Past Workshops

2019 (Sep 16-18) - 7th DFT days
Scientific program: 
.pdf


2018 (Sep 10-12) - 6th DFT days
Scientific program: 
.pdf

2017 (Sep 13-15) - 5th DFT days
Celebrating the fifth anniversary, we were happy to host the workshop at the university’s finest location, Schloss Tübingen (the castle), with a splendid view over the old city.
Scientific program: 
.pdf

2016 (Sep 19-21) - 4th DFT days
Scientific program: 
.pdf

2015 (Sep 28-30) - 3rd DFT days
Scientific program:     .pdf

2014 (Sep 17-19) - 2nd DFT days
Scientific program:     .pdf

2013 (Sep 25-27) - 1st DFT days
Scientific program:     .pdf

Prof. Robert Evans (Bristol), After-Dinner-Speech
Early Days of Classical DFT: purple jeans, some formalism, a summer school and why I should have been wiser   .pdf