The Theoretical Chemistry and Computational Modeling: 20 years promoting excellence in science symposia has as an objective to get together European scientists of the theoretical chemistry area that have been involved on the homonymous Master that is celebrating the 20th anniversary.
Jose M. Mercero (Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea / DIPC )
Xabier Lopez (Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea / DIPC )
Cedric Crespo (Bordeaux Université)
The Young Researchers’ Meeting (YRM) of the European Theoretical Spectroscopy Facility (ETSF) is an annual meeting of the first stage researchers (MSc and PhD students and Postdoctoral researchers) who work on the novel theoretical and computational approaches to study electronic and optical properties of materials.
The ideal form of energy is easy to store, transport, distribute, and use and in this respect electricity is as close as possible to this ideal. The current electrical energy production relies on some well established physical and chemical processes, which impact our climate due to abundant production of greenhouse gasses and moreover deplete some of the non-renewable natural resources. While the quest to replace these resources is open and active, we should try to ameliorate the situation by improving the conversion processes from less-refined forms of energy to electricity.
Dual Training is based on the principle of sharing the training time between the educational center and the company in the exercise of a professional activity, through which the formative and transformative identity of the person who learns is modeled.
In this Congress we will have the opportunity to learn about the cases of two European institutions that have a long and proven experience in Dual Training, a model that is becoming an increasingly established and widespread reality in our educational field.
The 20th edition of the International Human-Computer Interaction conference, Interaction 2019, will be held from 25 to 28 June, 2019, with the support of the Association of Human-Computer Interaction, AIPO and the Spanish chapter of ACM SIGCHI, CHIspa.
The main objective of Interaction 2019 is to bring together researchers, students and professionals of Human-Computer Interaction, coming from both academy and industry, to promote the presentation of innovative proposals, the exchange of ideas and technical discussion.
El Congreso pretende contribuir a dilucidar las transformaciones sociales, económicas, políticas e ideológicas en el País Vasco durante los últimos siglos medievales.
The conference will discuss statistical learning and its underlying mechanisms from behaviour to neuroscience, in various domains such as language, music, vision, and audition, with data from adult participants, development, individual differences, computational modeling, and non-human species. The conference will include invited speakers, regular talks, panel discussions, and poster sessions.
The workshop Quantum Designer Physics will highlight recent advances in material systems purposefully designed for studying some of the most intriguing physical phenomena at the nanoscale. Very broadly these phenomena are related to spin, topology, and coherence, which make it possible for the materials to display quantum functionalities. Condensed Matter Physics is known for providing a rich variety of material systems in which almost any physics can be readily found and studied.
En este Congreso queremos proponer una reflexión sobre una cuestión que —de nuevo— se abre al debate público en España y que tiene que ver con la forma de estado desde el punto de vista del gobierno de los territorios, su identidad y su definición constitucional. Se trata de una cuestión abierta en la historia de España desde 1812 y que, desde entonces, ha tenido diferentes respuestas, ensayos y propuestas.
The conference is targeted to graduate students, postdoc and senior scientists willing to discuss about interdisciplinary approaches to material design for different purposes and platforms. In addition to the keynote speakers, a large contribution from the participants is planned.
Interesting subjects of the PCC2019 workshop are the recent results in interdisciplinary research and testing for determining the key properties of complex materials systems such as cementitious materials. The leitmotiv is a materials science approach where the deep insight of the structure and the underlying processes contribute to understand their behavior under various physical and chemical conditions. Of further interests are also the actual advances in modeling of basic processes and structures when these materials are used.
Ever smaller and better designed and controlled solid-state structures are reaching the quantum realm, leading to new promises and challenges in technology and information processing and an emerging industry.
Encuentro de profesionales de la enseñanza de la lengua española en el mundo, la investigación, las nuevas tecnologías, las situaciones lingüísticas, socioeconómicas, históricas o socioculturales de la lengua española.
The Topological Matter School 2019 will feature lectures on topological classification, topological insulators, superconductors, and semimetals, the Integer and Fractional Quantum Hall states, anyons and topological order. Over one week, the school will provide extended lectures on these exciting topics by leading experts in both experiment and theory. The following topics will be covered:
The school on PhotoElectroCatalysis at the Atomic Scale (PECAS) is aimed at promoting various opportunities for interdisciplinary discussion of scientists and students of physics, material science, chemistry and electrochemistry in addition to presentation of new results, ideas and methods in the field of photo- and electrochemical properties of novel materials.