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The ¹²³H Colloquium is organised two to three times per semester as a half-day workshop and aims at disentangling challenging topics of the RTG. It starts with a brown-bag lunch with the guest lecturer and the doctoral (and postdoctoral) researchers. Subsequently, two doctoral researchers present their research in progress reports and a ¹²³H PI gives an introductory presentation. After the coffee break, a guest expert delivers a tutorial-style focused lecture on a topic related to one of ¹²³H’s major research areas.



Prof. Siegfried Waldvogel
Johannes-Gutenberg-Universität Mainz

Electrosynthesis – from versatility to complex structures
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Dr. Barak Hirshberg
Tel Aviv University, Israel

Algorithms for long timescales and quantum statistics in molecular dynamics simulations
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Prof. Evan Bieskefocused lecture without 1,2,3H internal session
The University of Melbourne, Australia

Spectroscopically probing interactions of H2­, D and HD with halide anions and metal cations – a molecular view of hydrogen storage
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Announcement (PDF)
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The public sessions of the 1,2,3H Colloquium are streamed. Details can be found in the individual announcements.