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Coordinator of the CTMN
Prof. (apl.) Dr. Wolfgang Wenzel

Phone: +49(0)721 608-26386
wolfgang wenzel∂kit.edu

http://www.int.kit.edu/wenzel.php

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Contact Topic 1: Molecular Modelling
Prof. Dr. Marcus Elstner

Phone: +49(0)721 608-45705

marcus elstner∂kit.edu

http://www.ipc.kit.edu/tcb/Mitarbeiter_51.php

 

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Contact Topic 2: Optics and Photonics
Prof. Dr. Carsten Rockstuhl

Phone: +49(0)721 608-46054 (TFP) or -28916 (INT)
carsten rockstuhl∂kit edu
http://www.tfp.kit.edu
 

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Contact Topic 3: Multiscale Modelling of Materials
Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Peter Gumbsch

Phone: +49(0)721 608-44363
peter gumbsch∂kit edu
http://www.iam.kit.edu/cms/Mitarbeiter_gumbsch.php
 

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Contact Topic 4: Quantum Chemistry
Prof. Dr. Willem Klopper

Phone: +49(0)721 608 - 47263
Klopper∂kit edu
http://www.ipc.kit.edu/theochem/english/676.php

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Contact Topic 5: Solid State Electronic Structure
Prof. (apl.) Dr. Wolfgang Wenzel

Phone: +49(0)721 608-26386
wolfgang wenzel∂kit.edu

http://www.int.kit.edu/wenzel.php

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Contact Topic 6: Analytical Theory and Models
Prof. Dr. Jörg Schmalian

Phone: +49(0)721 608-43590
joerg schmalian∂kit edu
https://www.tkm.kit.edu/mitarbeiter_1127.php

Cluster for Theory and Modelling of Nanosystems (CTMN)

Theory and modelling work in close cooperation with experimental efforts in many programs and departments of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, including the Helmholtz program Science and Technology of Nanosystems (STN), covering essentially all aspects to theoretically describe nanoscale systems and nanostructures materials from the atomic to the macroscopic scale. Theoretical efforts contribute significantly to the understanding and development of novel materials and devices composed of an ever-growing array of nanoscale building blocks. In the Cluster for Theory and Modelling of Nanosystems (CTMN) many theoretically oriented groups have united to combine their methods to cover effects on many time- and length scales to predict macroscopic behavior based on the nanoscale material and device constituents. The CTMN is structured into 6 departments loosely associated with different theoretical methods, even though some of the groups may have activities in more than one of the subfields: