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news:index [2019-01-11 08:52]
Ulrike Diebold added CO Polarons
news:index [2019-01-11 14:10] (current)
Michael Schmid
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-* Together with our [[https://homepage.univie.ac.at/cesare.franchini/|DFT friends at Uni Wien, Michele Reticcioli and Cesare Franchini]], we publish our findings that polarons can localise on CO adsorbed on TiO2(110), see [[https://journals.aps.org/prl/abstract/10.1103/PhysRevLett.122.016805|here]]. The editors of Physical Review Letters like our paper and feature it as 'editor's choice'.+  * Together with [[https://homepage.univie.ac.at/cesare.franchini/|colleagues at the University of Vienna, Michele Reticcioli and Cesare Franchini]], the Surface Physics group has found that polarons can localise on CO molecules adsorbed on TiO<sub>2</sub>(110).  The editors of Physical Review Letters have selected this work as 'editor's choice'. 
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 +The article: Reticcioli et al., [[https://journals.aps.org/prl/abstract/10.1103/PhysRevLett.122.016805|Phys. Rev. Lett. 122, 016805 (2019)]] ⋅ [[https://arxiv.org/abs/1807.05859|arXiv:1807.05859]]
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-===== Tableau Vivant Challenge ====== 
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-2018-Dec-20 
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-* Every year a different working group organizes the Institute's Christmas party. This year the [[https://biophysics.iap.tuwien.ac.at/home/|Schütz biophysics group]] came up with a special task:  To re-create a famous painting, in the fine tradition of [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tableau_vivant|tablau vivant]]. We have a lot of fun mimicking [[https://www.britannica.com/topic/Liberty-Leading-the-People|Lady Liberty]],  but our efforts are not good enough to win the top coveted prize.  
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-* With great sadness we announce that our colleague [[:surface:group:varga:|Peter Varga]] has passed on October 27, 2018.  Peter Varga was deeply invested in TU Wien and the Institute of Applied Physics (IAP), and he was a major force in shaping our institute into one of the world's leading centers of surface physics. +  * With great sadness we announce that our colleague [[:surface:group:varga:|Peter Varga]] has passed on October 27, 2018.  Peter Varga was deeply invested in TU Wien and the Institute of Applied Physics (IAP), and he was a major force in shaping our institute into one of the world's leading centers of surface physics.
His funeral took place on November 5, 2018 in Maria Enzersdorf (Romantikerfriedhof, Grenzgasse 7). His funeral took place on November 5, 2018 in Maria Enzersdorf (Romantikerfriedhof, Grenzgasse 7).
The Institute of Applied Physics mourns the loss of a long-time colleague and a good friend! The Institute of Applied Physics mourns the loss of a long-time colleague and a good friend!
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-* Constant bombardement of the planet Mercury by solar wind ions leads to erosion of the planetary surface and the formation of a thin exosphere. The interaction processes can be simulated in laboratory experiments carried out in the [[:atomic:|Atomic and Plasma Physics Group]] at IAP. Such data are of interest for the ESA mission BepiColombo, Europe's first Mercury mission. A report on this research project was broadcasted today in the popular TV science show "nano" on 3SAT and is also available [[http://www.3sat.de/mediathek/?mode=play&obj=76582|online here]].+  * Constant bombardement of the planet Mercury by solar wind ions leads to erosion of the planetary surface and the formation of a thin exosphere. The interaction processes can be simulated in laboratory experiments carried out in the [[:atomic:|Atomic and Plasma Physics Group]] at IAP. Such data are of interest for the ESA mission BepiColombo, Europe's first Mercury mission. A report on this research project was broadcasted today in the popular TV science show "nano" on 3SAT and is also available [[http://www.3sat.de/mediathek/?mode=play&obj=76582|online here]].
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-* Once a year, the City of Vienna awards prizes to particularly outstanding diploma theses at the Vienna University of Technology (one per faculty). This year's award winner of the Faculty of Physics is Paul Szabo. His thesis  //Experimental and Simulated Sputtering of Gold, Iron and Wollastonite with a Catcher-QCM Setup// was carried out at the IAP [[:atomic:|Atomic and Plasma Physics Group]]. Results of his Thesis have been published in several papers and were also featured in a [[https://www.tuwien.ac.at/en/news/news_detail/article/125997/|Press release of TU Wien]]. Congratulations! The award ceremony will take place on Friday, 19 October 2018 at 13.00 c.t. in the Kuppelsaal of TU Wien.+  * Once a year, the City of Vienna awards prizes to particularly outstanding diploma theses at the Vienna University of Technology (one per faculty). This year's award winner of the Faculty of Physics is Paul Szabo. His thesis  //Experimental and Simulated Sputtering of Gold, Iron and Wollastonite with a Catcher-QCM Setup// was carried out at the IAP [[:atomic:|Atomic and Plasma Physics Group]]. Results of his Thesis have been published in several papers and were also featured in a [[https://www.tuwien.ac.at/en/news/news_detail/article/125997/|Press release of TU Wien]]. Congratulations! The award ceremony will take place on Friday, 19 October 2018 at 13.00 c.t. in the Kuppelsaal of TU Wien.
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