IDS Online Workshop 2021 (IDS2021)

06.Sep - 10.Sep

Cod. Z14-21

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Broadband dielectric spectroscopy (BDS) is a powerful experimental technique permitting to investigate the molecular dynamics of polar (and nonpolar) materials over a wide frequency range covering up to 16 decades, at different temperatures and pressures.

BDS finds an incredibly large number of applications in different fields of science and technology. The technique has, in fact, been successfully employed in studies on:

  • molecular dynamics of liquids, liquid crystals, glasses, polymers and other disordered systems;
  • charge transport in ionic glasses and liquids, semiconductors, organic crystals, ceramics, polymers;
  • interfacial phenomena and confinement effects;
  • non-linear electrical effects. BDS is also a very useful tool to monitor chemical reactions and phase transitions, e.g. crystallization, irreversible adsorption, tautomerization, etc.

Organizing committee:

Chairs:

Silvina Cerveny Murcia (Centro de Física de Materiales CSIC-UPV/EHU)

Catalin Gainaru (Fakultät Physik, Technische Universität Dortmund)

Ranko Richter (Arizona State University-ASU)

Objectives

Considering the multidisciplinary approach and the broad set of applications of broadband dielectric spectroscopy, this meeting is open also to researchers outside of the dielectric community whose research could start new synergies at both experimental and theoretical level.

Activity directed to

  • University students
  • Professionals

Contributors

  • Donostia International Physics Center (DIPC)
  • Streaming course
    • Science and technology
  • 06.Sep - 10.Sep
  • Live online
  • English
  • Academic Validity: 50 hours
  • Web

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