Intermolecular interactions (IMPRS-UFAST focus)

Dr. Melanie Schnell

Course

Description

Focus course „Intermolecular Interactions“

Within this focus course, we will study
the basics of intermolecular interactions. These include molecular properties
such as polarizabilities, to learn about the behavior of molecules in external
fields, as well as the treatment of thermodynamic and statistical effects.

An important part of the lecture
will be dedicated to discuss the different types of intramolecular and
intermolecular interactions, such as dipole-dipole interactions, ion-dipole
interactions, dispersion interactions, and hydrogen bonding, which are known to
play major roles in molecular recognition and self-assembly both in biological
systems and in artificial nanomaterials. We will discuss the underlying
principles for each type of interaction and discuss relevant examples.

General Data

  • Abbreviation
    I-UF Schnell
  • Semester
    summer semester 17
  • Target Groups
  • Course Type
    seminar
  • Course Language
    English
  • Departments
    MIN Graduate School > MPI for the Structure and Dynamics of Matter

Place and Time

Date
  • Place
    CFEL, Geb. 99, DESY SemR O2.068
  • Time
    at 19/09/2017 from 09:30 to 11:30
Date
  • Place
    CFEL, Geb. 99, DESY SemR O2.068
  • Time
    at 21/09/2017 from 09:30 to 11:30
Date
  • Place
    CFEL, Geb. 99, DESY SemR O2.068
  • Time
    at 25/09/2017 from 09:30 to 11:30

Recognition Modalities

  • Number of Semester Hours
    1
  • Amount of Credit Points
    1.5
  • Creditable as
    • MIN doctoral program: research related for IMPRS-UFast

Registration Modalities

  • Type of Place Allocation
    First come - first served (after the registration has been received)
  • Information about Registration
    IMPRS fellows will be given priority
  • Max. Number of Participants
    10