Events

  • MARVEL topical sessions at the SPS-ÖPG meeting

    from 21 to August 25 2017 at CERN, then Centre International de Conférences de Genève (CICG) in Geneva

    MARVEL organizes topical sessions on “Correlated-Electron Physics in Transition-Metal Oxides” and on “Emergent phenomena in novel low-dimensional materials” at the Joint Annual Meeting of the Swiss and Austrian Physical Societies (SPS-ÖPG 2017), to be held in Geneva on August 21-25, 2017.

  • 53rd Symposium on Theoretical Chemistry 2017

    from 21 to August 25 2017 at the Bernoullianum of the University of Basel

    The Symposium on Theoretical Chemistry (STC) is an annual meeting gathering scientists from all areas of Theoretical Chemistry in which a specific topical focus is featured each year. This year's theme is ''Big Data in Chemistry: From Molecular Structure to Condensed Phase Dynamics''.

  • MARVEL is present at the ETHZ Industry Day 2017

    August 29 2017 at ETH Zurich Campus Hönggerberg

    The NCCR-MARVEL will attend the exhibition of the ETHZ Industry Day 2017 from 12.00 until 18.00. An opportunity for companies to have an insight on our activities in materials design and discovery. Come and visit us !

  • MARVEL Review and Retreat 2017

    from 7 to September 8 2017 at EPFL

    The fourth MARVEL Review and Retreat, gathering all MARVEL members, will take place on September 7-8, 2017.

  • MARVEL Distinguished Lecture — Yang Shao-Horn

    September 11 2017 at EPFL

    Monday September 11, 2017, 16:15 am, EPFL,  Prof. Yang Shao-Horn (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), The Future of Electrochemistry

  • MARVEL Distinguished Lecture — Chris G. Van de Walle

    September 21 2017 at EPFL

    Thursday September 21, 2017, 16:15 am, EPFL   Prof. Chris G. Van De Walle (University of CaliforniaSanta Barbara), Title to be announced

  • CCMX-MARVEL Materials Day 2017

    October 5 2017 at Empa, Dübendorf

    Current challenges in materials science: modeling or experimental approach? What can be expected from quantum mechanics modeling to accelerate R&D in industry?