SFB-Sum­mer­school 2019 (Sept, 17th-20th)


Pos­ter Cont­ri­bu­ti­ons

We want to produce a list of all the poster contributions.
Please send in your information via the following formular: LINK

UPDATE: See all poster contributions here


Ge­ne­ral In­for­ma­ti­on

The SFB-Summerschool will take place in the time of 17th to 20th September 2019 at the Welcome Hotel Bad Arolsen (Königin-Emma-Straße 10, 34454 Bad Arolsen) near Kassel.

Start on 17.09. at 2 p.m.

  • 12:30 till 14:00 Lunch, Meet & Greet
  • 14:00 First planned talk

End on 20.09. at 4 p.m.

Please choose your travel accordingly.


    Im­pres­si­ons of the Lo­ca­ti­on


    Fi­nan­ces

    The main costs for accomodation, meals and room rent / conference fee will get paid globally for all participants from the central SFB account. Please take a little bit of extra money with you because we will not take over costs for certain drinks during the meals and in the afternoon.

    The travel costs can be paid out of the SFB-project-accounts. These costs will get reimbursed as "Workshop"-costs for every participant out of the global means with the current/next "call for funds".

    Although we pay the main costs centrally, you have to register your travel with your local travel department to be ensured during the trip.


    Tra­vel

    Share Transportation: 
    We organized a bus transfer: 

    • from Kassel, "Bahnhof Wilhelmshöhe", to Bad Arolsen, Welcome Hotel on Tuesday, 17.09. which leaves at 11:30 and 
    • from Bad Arolsen, Welcome Hotel, to Kassel, "Bahnhof Wilhelmshöhe" on Friday 20.09. which leaves (around) 16:00

    We will try to pick up travelers from Frankfurt, Marburg and Hamburg and guest from further away as well if arriving in time at the train station Kassel Bahnhof Wilhelmshöhe.

    We have booked bus with sufficient size, so everyone who stated interest during the registration is be able to join!

    See the estimated route for the bus. 

    Gathering point for the bus: 
    We will meet at the "Fernbusbahnhof Kassel" in the direct vicinity of the train station "Kassel, Bahnhof Wilhelmshöhe" . (Leave the train station in direction of the local public transportation, immediately turn right and go till there is an opening in the station building which leads to its backside)

    See the annotated OpenStreeMap-Image

    Individual travels:
    Individual travels are possible as well. You will reach Bad Arolsen train station via regional trains from all directions (incl. Kassel). Bad Arolsen Welcome Hotel is 2km walk from the Bad Arolsen train station.

    See the route of the walk. 

    Local Taxi company:
    Wolfgang Schaake Taxi
    +49 (0) 5691 7800


    Sci­en­ti­fic Pro­gram

    The scientific program will consist of lectures (90-120 min) and talks (45 min). For further details, please refer to the finalized program and the speaker list (further down). 

    Alternatively download the handout directly.

    Time Slots for oral presentations:
        Talks:       45 min, including 5-10 min for discussion
        Lectures: 90 min or 120 min, including 10-20 min for discussion

    Poster:
    It is planned that every participant, is able to present a poster if he/she wants to. We will ready 15 posterwalls / 30 posterwall faces. Acceptable poster format: max. A0, portrait format.

    updated: 2019-09-19

    List of Spea­kers

    Lectures (90 or 180 min)
    No.NameTopic
    1Florian Trinter (90 min)Experiments on chiral molecules at the DESY P04 beamline
    2André Knie (90 min)Vacuum technology 
    3Per Jensen (180 min)Molecular permutation-inversion symmetry, chirality and parity violation, and all that
    4Daniel Reich (180 min)Everything* You Always Wanted to Know About Light-Matter Interaction (But Were Afraid To Ask)
    Talks (45 min)
    No.NameTopic
    1Olga Smirnova Electric dipole revolution in chiral measurements
    2Yunje Xu Chirality recognition, transfer, and amplification
    3Uwe J. Meierhenrich Astronomical aspects of chirality: The enantioselective space missions Rosetta and ExoMars
    4Anne Zehnacker-Rentien Flexible chiral molecules: from supersonic expansions to solid-state spectroscopy
    5André Fielicke PECD of anionic chiral molecules with attached gold atoms
    6Kirsten Andrea Schnorr Time resolved FEL experiments
    7Andrey Yachmenev Creating, imaging and controlling chiral molecules with electric fields