Research Group of Thomas Loerting

Talks

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142.

Fascination Water and Ice.
Thomas Loerting;
6. GÖCH Symposium. Physikalische Chemie und Elektrochemie in Österreich (Graz, Austria), 16/5–17/5/2018.

141.

Die Anomalien des Wassers: eine Substanz, zwei Flüssigkeiten?
Thomas Loerting;
WissensDurst - Das Festival der österreichischen Wissenschaft (Innsbruck, Austria), 23/4/2018.

140.

Raman investigations on several classes of ice nucleation active aerosols.
Willi Pose, Alexander V. Thoeny, Thomas Loerting;
6th Workshop - Microphysics of ice clouds (Vienna, Austria) (Vienna, Austria), 7/4/2018.

139.

Crystalline and Amorphous Ices.
Thomas Loerting;
Trends in Water Research. XVII. DESY Research Course on X-Ray Sciences (Hamburg, Germany), 26/2–28/2/2018.

138.

Experimental evidence for a second hydrogen ordered phase of ice VI.
Tobias M. Gasser, Alexander V. Thoeny, Lucie J. Plage, Karsten W. Köster, Martin Etter, Roland Böhmer Thomas Loerting;
14th International Conference on the Physics and Chemistry of Ice (Zürich ,Switzerland), 8/1–12/1/2018.

137.

Calorimetric studies on doped high-density amorphous ice.
Violeta Fuentes Landete, Thomas Loerting;
14th International Conference on the Physics and Chemistry of Ice (Zürich ,Switzerland), 8/1–12/1/2018.

136.

Water´s glass transitions.
Thomas Loerting;
10th Liquid Matter Conference (Ljubljana, Slovenia), 17/7–21/7/2017.

135.

Shrinking water´s no man´s land in the intermediate pressure regime.
Josef Stern, Thomas Loerting;
10th Liquid Matter Conference (Ljubljana, Slovenia), 17/7–21/7/2017.

134.

Amorphes Eis: Glasig oder nanokristallin?
Markus Seidl, Thomas Loerting;
Kolloquium des Institut für Anorganische und Angewandte Chemie der Universität Hamburg (Hamburg, Germany), 29/5/2017.

133.

Crystallisation behavior of VHDA in the high-pressure regime.
Josef Stern, Thomas Loerting;
Jahrestagung der Österreichischen Physikalischen Gesellschaft (Vienna, Austria), 27/9–29/9/2016.

132.

Order and disorder in crystalline ices.
Tobias Gasser, Thomas Loerting;
4. Eis- und Clathrat-Treffen (Odenwald, Germany), 19/9–21/9/2016.

131.

CO2 filled ice from high pressure ices.
Bernhard Massani, Thomas Loerting;
4. Eis- und Clathrat-Treffen (Odenwald, Germany), 19/9–21/9/2016.

130.

Glass polymorphism in glycerol-water mixtures.
Johannes Bachler, Thomas Loerting;
4. Eis- und Clathrat-Treffen (Odenwald, Germany), 19/9–21/9/2016.

129.

Calorimetry experiments on doping and isotope effects in amorphous and crystalline ices.
Violeta Fuentes Landete, Thomas Loerting;
4. Eis- und Clathrat-Treffen (Odenwald, Germany), 19/9–21/9/2016.

128.

Amourphous and crystalline ices.
Thomas Loerting;
4. Eis- und Clathrat-Treffen (Odenwald, Germany), 19/9–21/9/2016.

127.

Amorphous Ices: Dynamics.
Thomas Loerting;
International School of Neutron Science and Instrumentation: Water and Water Systems (Erice, Italy), 22/07–31/07/2016.

126.

Amorphous Ices: Thermodynamics.
Thomas Loerting;
International School of Neutron Science and Instrumentation: Water and Water Systems (Erice, Italy), 22/07–31/07/2016.

125.

Anomalous Water: One Substance, Two Liquids?
Thomas Loerting;
The 41st Conference of the Middle European Cooperation in Statistical Physics (MECO 41) (Vienna, Austria), 14/02–17/02/2016.

124.

Deeply supercooled liquid water.
Thomas Loerting;
The World Academy of Sciences General Meeting (Vienna, Austria), 18/11–21/11/2015.

123.

Reference to the 'Forschungsplattform Material- und Nanowissenschaften'.
Thomas Loerting;
Zukunftsplattform Obergurgl (Obergurgl, Austria), 19/11–21/11/2015.

122.

Übersichtsvortrag zu Labor und Theorie.
Thomas Loerting;
Kick-off Meeting EarlySnow and Pro Snow (Innsbruck, Austria), 25/9/2015.

121.

Relaxation and crystallisation of high-density amorphous ices (HDA) between 0.004 and 1.6 GPa.
Philip H. Handle, Thomas Loerting;
Roma Tre Workshop on Water under Extreme Conditions (Rome, Italy), 10/6–12/6/2015.

120.

High-performance dilatometry under extreme conditions.
Markus Seidl;
6th Zwick Academia Day 2015 (Zurich, Switzerland), 2/6/2015.

119.

Crystallization of amorphous ices.
Thomas Loerting, Markus Seidl, Philip H. Handle, Catalin Gainaru, Agnes Raidt, Roland Böhmer;
Workshop on Ice Nucleation (Princeton, New Jersey, United States of America), 23/4–24/4/2015.

118.

Phases of water and ice below 200 K: hydrogen-ordering of ice XII.
Thomas Loerting, Violeta Fuentes Landete;
Workshop on Fundamental Challenges in our Understanding of the Physics and Chemistry of Water (Houston, Texas, United States of America), 16/1–17/1/2015.

117.

Pushing the boundaries to "no man's land": raising the crystallization line Tx.
Thomas Loerting, Markus Seidl, Katrin Amann-Winkel;
Water – the Most Anomalous Liquid (Stockholm, Sweden), 13/10–7/11/2014.

116.

Neuschnee meets Industry: Schnee und Eis.
Thomas Loerting;
Tourism meets Industry (Seefeld, Austria), 2/10/2014.

115.

Water's second glass transition.
Katrin Amann-Winkel;
64. Jahrestagung der Österreichischen Physikalischen Gesellschaft (Pöllau, Austria), 24/9–27/9/2014.

114.

Water's two glass transitions.
Thomas Loerting, Markus Seidl, Katrin Amann-Winkel, Stephan Fuhrmann, Philip H. Handle, Catalin Gainaru, Helge Nelson, Sonja Lemke, Agnes Raidt, Karsten Köster, Roland Böhmer;
Gordon Research Conference on Water & Aqueous Solutions (Holderness, New Hampshire, United States of America), 27/7–1/8/2014.

113.

Amorphous ices and water's glass transitions.
Thomas Loerting, Markus Seidl, Katrin Amann-Winkel, Stephan Fuhrmann, Philip H. Handle, Catalin Gainaru, Helge Nelson, Sonja Lemke, Agnes Raidt, Karsten Köster, Roland Böhmer;
Amorph 14 – The Felix Franks Symposium: A Celebration (Cambridge, United Kingdom), 14/7–16/7/2014.

112.

Wasser: Eine Substanz, zwei Flüssigkeiten?
Thomas Loerting;
GDCh-Kolloquium, Institut für Chemie der Universität Rostock, Prof. Dr. Ralf Ludwig (Rostock, Germany), 19/6/2014.

111.

Differential scanning calorimetry of crystalline and amorphous ices.
Thomas Loerting;
13th Lähnwitzseminar on Calorimetry – Interplay between Nucleation, Crystallization, and the Glass Transition (Rostock-Warnemünde, Germany), 15/6–20/6/2014.

110.

Water's second glass transition.
Katrin Amann-Winkel, Catalin Gainaru, Philip H. Handle, Markus Seidl, Helge Nelson, Roland Böhmer, Thomas Loerting;
CECAM Workshop – WaterEurope (Zaragoza, Spain), 12/6–14/6/2014.

109.

Amorphous ices: crystallization and glass transition.
Thomas Loerting, Markus Seidl, Katrin Amann-Winkel, Stephan Fuhrmann, Philip H. Handle, Catalin Gainaru, Helge Nelson, Sonja Lemke, Agnes Raidt, Karsten Köster, Roland Böhmer;
WATER 2014 – Metastability and nucleation in water: theory, experiments, and applications (Les Houches, France), 1/6–6/6/2014.

108.

DSC studies on the proton ordering in doped ices.
Violeta Fuentes Landete, Thomas Loerting;
3. Eis- und Clathrat-Treffen (Odenwald, Germany), 15/5–17/5/2014.

107.

Crystallisation behaviour of amorphous ices and implementation of in situ dielectric spectroscopy.
Josef Stern, Markus Seidl, Thomas Loerting;
3. Eis- und Clathrat-Treffen (Odenwald, Germany), 15/5–17/5/2014.

106.

Glass transition in HDA-LiCl and LDA-LiCl solid solutions.
Thomas Loerting, Guadalupe N. Ruiz, Livia E. Bove, Horacio C. Corti;
3. Eis- und Clathrat-Treffen (Odenwald, Germany), 15/5–17/5/2014.

105.

Penetration experiments near the glass transition temperature.
Thomas Loerting, Stephan Fuhrmann, Katrin Amann-Winkel;
3. Eis- und Clathrat-Treffen (Odenwald, Germany), 15/5–17/5/2014.

104.

DSC and microscope experiments for the freezing of aqueous solutions.
Anatoli Bogdan, Thomas Loerting;
2nd ESF Workshop on Atmospheric Ice Nucleation (Vienna, Austria), 26/4–27/4/2014.

103.

Freezing of aqueous droplets.
Thomas Loerting, Anatoli Bogdan, Karl Handle, Bernhard G. Pummer, Fabian Weiss, Hinrich Grothe;
CECAM Workshop – From atoms to clouds: bridging the gap between atomistic simulation, surface science, atmospheric observation and climate modelling (Zurich, Switzerland), 2/4–4/4/2014.

102.

Carbonic acid: characterization of the gas phase molecules.
Juergen Bernard;
Fritz-Haber-Institut der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft (Berlin, Germany), 1/4/2014.

101.

Phase changes in CO2/H2O ices.
Christian Mitterdorfer;
Fritz-Haber-Institut der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft (Berlin, Germany), 1/4/2014.

100.

Crystallization behavior of amorphous ices prepared via different routes.
Markus Seidl;
Fritz-Haber-Institut der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft (Berlin, Germany), 1/4/2014.

99.

Water's glass transition: glass-to-liquid or solid-to-solid transition?
Stephan Fuhrmann, Katrin Amann-Winkel, Markus Seidl, Ramona Thalinger, Lukas Mayr, Thomas Loerting;
13th International Conference on the Physics and Chemistry of Ice (Hanover, New Hampshire, United States of America), 17/3–20/3/2014.

98.

High-density amorphous ice: time-scales of relaxation and transformation.
Thomas Loerting, Markus Seidl, Stephan Fuhrmann, Katrin Amann-Winkel, Philip H. Handle, Catalin Gainaru, Helge Nelson, Sonja Lemke, Agnes Raidt, Karsten Köster, Roland Böhmer;
Berkeley Mini Stat Mech Meeting (Berkeley, California, United States of America), 10/1–12/1/2014.

97.

X-ray and neutron studies on amorphous ices.
Thomas Loerting, Katrin Amann-Winkel, Christian Mitterdorfer, Marion Bauer, Ingrid Kohl, Andreas Hallbrucker, Florian Löw, Burkhard Geil, Franz Fujara, Wiebke Knoll, Judith Peters, Helen J. Fraser, John L. Finney, Daniel T. Bowron;
Venue symposium Research at European Neutron and Synchrotron facilities by Austrian researchers (Vienna, Austria), 11/11–12/11/2013.

96.

Dynamical and thermodynamical properties of amorphous ice: A. Atomistic molecular dynamics simulations.
Martin Jehser, Markus Seidl, Thomas Loerting, Gerhard Zifferer;
15. Österreichische Chemietage (Graz, Austria), 23/9–26/9/2013.

95.

Crystallization kinetics of tris-naphthylbenzene isomers.
Markus Seidl, Shakeel S. Dalal, Mark D. Ediger;
15. Österreichische Chemietage (Graz, Austria), 23/9–26/9/2013.

94.

Crystalline and amorphous water ices.
Thomas Loerting;
19th International Vacuum Congress IVC-19, Section Astronomical Frontiers for Surface Science (Paris, France), 9/9–13/9/2013.

93.

Amorphous ices and their relation to ultraviscous liquids.
Katrin Amann-Winkel;
Fritz-Haber-Institut der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft (Berlin, Germany), 14/8/2013.

92.

Water: one substance, two glass transitions.
Thomas Loerting;
Gordon Research Conference on Chemistry & Physics of Liquids (Holderness, New Hampshire, United States of America), 4/8–9/8/2013.

91.

Water's glass transition: glass-to-liquid or solid-to-solid transition?
Thomas Loerting, Katrin Amann-Winkel, Markus Seidl, Ramona Thalinger, Stephan Fuhrmann, Lukas Mayr, Agnes Raidt, Helge Nelson, Catalin Gainaru, Roland Böhmer;
7th International Discussion Meeting on Relaxations in Complex Systems (Barcelona, Spain), 21/7–26/7/2013.

90.

Crystallization studies demonstrate hidden structural order in amorphous ice.
Markus Seidl, Katrin Amann-Winkel, Philip H. Handle, Gerhard Zifferer, Thomas Loerting;
7th International Discussion Meeting on Relaxations in Complex Systems (Barcelona, Spain), 21/7–26/7/2013.

89.

From 3D to 2D: micropore collapse in amorphous solid water at >120 K.
Christian Mitterdorfer, Marion Bauer, Tristan G. A. Youngs, Daniel T. Bowron, Helen J. Fraser, Thomas Loerting;
7th International Discussion Meeting on Relaxations in Complex Systems (Barcelona, Spain), 21/7–26/7/2013.

88.

The (amorphous) solid phases of water.
Thomas Loerting, Stephan Fuhrmann, Katrin Amann-Winkel, Philip H. Handle, Christian Mitterdorfer, Markus Seidl;
International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi" on Water: fundamentals as the basis for understanding the environment and promoting technology (Varenna, Italy), 8/7–13/7/2013.

87.

Supercooled bulk water just below the border to the no-man's land.
Thomas Loerting, Katrin Amann-Winkel, Markus Seidl, Philip H. Handle, Stephan Fuhrmann;
CECAM Workshop – New insights on simulations, theory and experiments in supercooled water (Lausanne, Switzerland), 3/7–5/7/2013.

86.

Albert Camus’ Verständnis von Natur und Geschichte in ethnographischem Kontext.
Markus Seidl;
8. dgv-DoktorandInnen-Tagung der Europäischen Ethnologie / Volkskunde / Kulturanthropologie / Empirischen Kulturwissenschaft (Graz, Austria), 10/5–12/5/2013.

85.

Recent experimental developments in amorphous ices and their relation to deeply supercooled liquids.
Thomas Loerting;
WATSURF 2013 – Water at interfaces: new developments in physics, chemistry and biology (Les Houches, France), 15/4–26/4/2013.

84.

The many faces of ice.
Thomas Loerting;
Graduiertenseminar, Institut für Meteorologie und Geophysik der Universität Innsbruck, Prof. Georg Kaser und Prof. Michael Kuhn (Innsbruck, Austria), 23/1/2013.

83.

Es gibt einen Glasübergang von Wasser!
Thomas Loerting;
FKP-Kolloquium, Institut für Festkörperphysik der Technischen Universität Darmstadt, Prof. Dr. Franz Fujara (Darmstadt, Germany), 14/1/2013.

82.

Water's stable and metastable phases.
Thomas Loerting;
Fritz-Haber-Institut der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Prof. Matthias Scheffler (Berlin, Germany), 20/12/2012.

81.

Eis in der Atmosphäre und im Weltall.
Thomas Loerting;
Kolloquium Physik, Experimentelle Physik III der Technischen Universität Dortmund, Prof. Dr. Roland Böhmer (Dortmund, Germany), 16/10/2012.

80.

Phases of ice.
Thomas Loerting;
Summer School on Microstructures of Ice and Snow (Obergurgl, Austria), 27/8–1/9/2012.

79.

Der Glasübergang in amorphem Eis – DSC-Messungen.
Katrin Amann-Winkel, Thomas Loerting;
2. Eis- und Clathrat-Treffen (Odenwald, Germany), 18/8–20/8/2012.

78.

Dilatometrische Versuche an niedrigdichtem amorphen Eis.
Stephan Fuhrmann, Katrin Amann-Winkel, Thomas Loerting;
2. Eis- und Clathrat-Treffen (Odenwald, Germany), 18/8–20/8/2012.

77.

Amorphes festes Wasser (ASW) und CO2-Clathrate.
Christian Mitterdorfer, Marion Bauer, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
2. Eis- und Clathrat-Treffen (Odenwald, Germany), 18/8–20/8/2012.

76.

On the (non)crystallinity of high-density amorphous ice.
Markus Seidl, Philip H. Handle, Katrin Winkel, Gerhard Zifferer, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
Gordon-Kenan Research Seminar on Water & Aqueous Solutions (Holderness, New Hampshire, United States of America), 11/8–12/8/2012.

75.

Amorphous and deeply supercooled water.
Thomas Loerting;
Workshop on Methods for studying structure and dynamics in glassy, supercooled and nanoconfined fluids (Buenos Aires, Argentina), 15/5–18/5/2012.

74.

How to make glasses and probing the glass-to-liquid by calorimetry and dilatometry.
Thomas Loerting;
School on Methods for studying structure and dynamics in glassy, supercooled and nanoconfined fluids (Buenos Aires, Argentina), 14/5–15/5/2012.

73.

Amorphous ices and their glassy nature.
Markus Seidl, Katrin Winkel, Philip H. Handle, Gerhard Zifferer, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
University of Wisconsin-Madison, Prof. Mark D. Ediger (Madison, Wisconsin, United States of America), 8/2/2012.

72.

Amorphous ices – the glassy states of water?
Katrin Winkel;
Berkeley Mini Stat Mech Meeting (Berkeley, California, United States of America), 13/1–15/1/2012.

71.

Water and aqueous solutions at extreme conditions.
Thomas Loerting;
Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz, Prof. Nadia Mösch-Zanetti (Graz, Austria), 11/1/2012.

70.

Presence and absence of crystallization nuclei in high-density amorphous ice.
Markus Seidl, Katrin Winkel, Philip H. Handle, Gerhard Zifferer, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
Workshop on Phase Transformations and Novel Materials (Obergurgl, Austria), 3/11–5/11/2011.

69.

Structural relaxation times in high-density amorphous ice.
Philip H. Handle, Markus Seidl, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
14. Österreichische Chemietage (Linz, Austria), 26/9–29/9/2011.

68.

Amorphous solid water: experimental studies.
Thomas Loerting;
Challenges in Modelling the Reaction Chemistry of Interstellar Dust (Leiden, Netherlands), 19/9–23/9/2011.

67.

Spectroscopic observation of carbonic acid isolated from the gas phase in a matrix.
Juergen Bernard, Markus Seidl, Ingrid Kohl, Klaus R. Liedl, Erwin Mayer, Óscar Gálvez, Hinrich Grothe, Thomas Loerting;
XIX. International Conference on Horizons in Hydrogen Bond Research (Göttingen, Germany), 11/9–17/9/2011.

66.

Liquid-coated ice particles in high-altitude clouds.
Anatoli Bogdan, Thomas Loerting;
8th Liquid Matter Conference (Vienna, Austria), 6/9–10/9/2011.

65.

Amorphous ices – the glassy states of water: the calorimetric glass-liquid transition of HDA.
Katrin Winkel, Philip Handle, Michael S. Elsaesser, Markus Seidl, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
8th Liquid Matter Conference (Vienna, Austria), 6/9–10/9/2011.

64.

Spectroscopic observation of matrix-isolated carbonic acid trapped from the gas phase.
Juergen Bernard, Markus Seidl, Thomas Loerting, Ingrid Kohl, Klaus R. Liedl, Erwin Mayer, Óscar Gálvez, Hinrich Grothe;
MATRIX2011 (Vancouver, Canada), 10/7–15/7/2011.

63.

Komplexität und scheinbare Emergenz – Wissenschaftstheoretische Überlegungen in naturwissenschaftlichem Kontext.
Markus Seidl;
Reduktionismen – und Antworten der Philosophie (Vienna, Austria), 2/7–3/7/2011.

62.

Are amorphous ices connected to liquid states? Answers from experimental and in silico studies.
Markus Seidl, Katrin Winkel, Thomas Loerting, Erwin Mayer, Ferenc Karsai, Gerhard Zifferer;
Bunsentagung 2011 (Berlin, Germany), 2/6–4/6/2011.

61.

Spectroscopic observation of carbonic acid isolated from the gas phase in a matrix.
Juergen Bernard, Markus Seidl, Thomas Loerting, Ingrid Kohl, Klaus R. Liedl, Erwin Mayer, Óscar Gálvez, Hinrich Grothe;
Bunsentagung 2011 (Berlin, Germany), 2/6–4/6/2011.

60.

Structural relaxation times in high-density amorphous ice (HDA).
Philip H. Handle, Markus Seidl, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
75. Jahrestagung der DPG und DPG Frühjahrstagung (Dresden, Germany), 13/3–18/3/2011.

59.

Raman and IR spectroscopy of carbonic acid.
Christian Mitterdorfer, Juergen Bernard, Katrin Winkel, Marion Bauer, Frederik Klauser, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
75. Jahrestagung der DPG und DPG Frühjahrstagung (Dresden, Germany), 13/3–18/3/2011.

58.

Amorphous ices – the glassy states of water?
Katrin Winkel;
Experimentelle Physik III der Technischen Universität Dortmund (Dortmund, Germany), 21/12/2010.

57.

Strukturelle Relaxation in hochtdichtem amorphen Eis (HDA).
Philip H. Handle, Markus Seidl, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
1. Eis- und Clathrat-Treffen (Odenwald, Germany), 5/10–7/10/2010.

56.

Kristallisationsverhalten und Glasübergang von amorphem Eis unter Druck.
Markus Seidl, Michael S. Elsaesser, Katrin Winkel, Philip H. Handle, Gerhard Zifferer, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
1. Eis- und Clathrat-Treffen (Odenwald, Germany), 5/10–7/10/2010.

55.

Der Glasübergang in amorphem Eis bei 1 bar.
Katrin Winkel, Philip Handle, Michael S. Elsaesser, Markus Seidl, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
1. Eis- und Clathrat-Treffen (Odenwald, Germany), 5/10–7/10/2010.

54.

Druckinduzierte Phasenübergänge in Clathrat-Hydraten.
Marion Bauer, Daniel Toebbens, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
1. Eis- und Clathrat-Treffen (Odenwald, Germany), 5/10–7/10/2010.

53.

Amorphous ices – the glassy states of water: the calorimetric glass→liquid transition of HDA.
Katrin Winkel, Philip Handle, Michael S. Elsaesser, Markus Seidl, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
12th International Conference on the Physics and Chemistry of Ice (Sapporo, Japan), 5/9–10/9/2010.

52.

Water at subzero temperatures.
Thomas Loerting;
Universität Ulm, Prof. Hecker Denschlag (Ulm, Germany), 17/5/2010.

51.

Amorphous ices – the glassy states of water: the calorimetric glass-liquid transition of high-density amorphous ice.
Katrin Winkel, Philip Handle, Michael S. Elsaesser, Markus Seidl, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
10th International Workshop on Non-Crystalline Solids (Barcelona, Spain), 21/4–23/4/2010.

50.

The volumetric glass transition and crystallization behavior of high-density amorphous ice (HDA).
Markus Seidl, Michael S. Elsaesser, Gerhard Zifferer, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
10th International Workshop on Non-Crystalline Solids (Barcelona, Spain), 21/4–23/4/2010.

49.

Repräsentation des Stoffes Wasser in Molekulardynamik-Simulationen.
Markus Seidl;
StipendiatInnenwochenende, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften (Vienna, Austria), 26/2–27/2/2010.

48.

Amorphe Eise – die Glaszustände des Wassers?
Katrin Winkel, Philip Handle, Michael S. Elsaesser, Markus Seidl, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
FKP-Kolloquium, Institut für Festkörperphysik der Technischen Universität Darmstadt (Darmstadt, Germany), 1/2/2010.

47.

Anomalous water – one substance, two liquids?
Thomas Loerting;
Physikkolloquium WS 2009/2010 der Universität Innsbruck (Innsbruck, Austria), 12/1/2010.

46.

Amorphous ices – the glassy states of water.
Katrin Winkel, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
University Roma Tre, Prof. Maria Antonietta Ricci (Rome, Italy), 4/11/2009.

45.

Mysterious Water.
Thomas Loerting;
Chemisch Physikalische Gesellschaft (Vienna, Austria), 20/10/2009.

44.

Study of amorphous–amorphous transitions in water.
Katrin Winkel;
ÖPG Jahrestagung 2009 (Innsbruck, Austria), 4/9/2009.

43.

Volumetric glass-to-liquid transition in amorphous ices up to 0.3 GPa.
Michael S. Elsaesser, Markus Seidl, Gerhard Zifferer, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
6th International Discussion Meeting on Relaxations in Complex Systems (Rome, Italy), 30/8–5/9/2009.

42.

The nature of amorphous ices and their relation to deeply supercooled liquids.
Thomas Loerting, Katrin Winkel, Michael S. Elsaesser, Markus Seidl, Philip Handle, Erwin Mayer;
6th International Discussion Meeting on Relaxations in Complex Systems (Rome, Italy), 30/8–5/9/2009.

41.

First-order transition between low-density bulk water and high-density bulk water: experimental results.
Thomas Loerting;
Bunsenkolloquium: Water in Biology, Chemistry and Physics – Results and Perspectives (Dortmund, Germany), 19/6/2009.

40.

Cubic ice and large humidity with respect to ice in cold cirrus clouds.
Anatoli Bogdan, Thomas Loerting;
European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2009 (Vienna, Austria), 19/4–24/4/2009.
PDF-file Abstract

39.

Kohlensäure (H2CO3): Ramanspektroskopie am Mars?
Juergen Bernard, Ingrid Kohl, Katrin Winkel, Marion Bauer, Klaus R. Liedl, Thomas Loerting, Erwin Mayer;
9. Raman-Workshop für Anwender, Horiba Jobin Yvon Gmbh (Bensheim, Germany), 10/3–11/3/2009.

38.

Amorphous ices – Experiments.
Thomas Loerting;
A celebration of disordered matter: hard spheres, wet molecules, and awkward ice (London, United Kingdom), 8/1/2009.

37.

Phase transitions in amorphous/crystalline solids under extreme conditions.
Thomas Loerting, Erwin Mayer, Katrin Winkel, Michael S. Elsaesser, Marion Bauer, Juergen Bernard, Markus Seidl;
58. Jahrestagung der Österreichischen Physikalischen Gesellschaft (Leoben, Austria), 22/9–26/9/2008.

36.

Structural transitions in amorphous ices.
Thomas Loerting, Katrin Winkel, Erwin Mayer;
Gordon Research Conference on Water & Aqueous Solutions (Holderness, New Hampshire, United States of America), 27/7–1/8/2008.

35.

Water polyamorphism.
Thomas Loerting, Katrin Winkel, Erwin Mayer;
7th Liquid Matter Conference (Lund, Sweden), 27/6–1/7/2008.

34.

Water poly-amorphism: reversibility and (dis)continuity.
Katrin Winkel, Michael S. Elsaesser, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
Bunsentagung 2008 (Saarbrücken, Germany), 1/5–3/5/2008.

33.

Effect of compression-rate on recrystallization of ice.
Marion Bauer, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
72. Jahrestagung der DPG (Berlin, Germany), 25/2–29/2/2008.

32.

"Phase"-transitions in amorphous water.
Katrin Winkel, Michael S. Elsaesser, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
72. Jahrestagung der DPG (Berlin, Germany), 25/2–29/2/2008.

31.

Anomalies of water: Do they drive biopolymer inactivation?
Thomas Loerting;
Vienna Biocenter, Prof. Konrat (Vienna, Austria), 9/1/2008.

30.

Multiple first order like transitions in amorphous ice?
Thomas Loerting, Katrin Winkel, Erwin Mayer;
European Science Foundation (ESF): Water Interfaces in Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Obergurgl, Austria), 8/12–13/12/2007.

29.

Continuous and discontinuous transitions in amorphous water.
Katrin Winkel, Marion Bauer, Michael S. Elsaesser, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
12. Österreichische Chemietage (Klagenfurt, Austria), 10/9–13/9/2007.

28.

The volumetric glass→liquid transition in glycerol at high pressures.
Michael S. Elsaesser, Markus Seidl, Ingrid Kohl, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
12. Österreichische Chemietage (Klagenfurt, Austria), 10/9–13/9/2007.

27.

Carbonic acid (H2CO3): from polyamorphism to polymorphism.
Thomas Loerting, Katrin Winkel, Wolfgang Hage, Sarah L. Price, Erwin Mayer;
12. Österreichische Chemietage (Klagenfurt, Austria), 10/9–13/9/2007.

26.

Deeply supercooled liquid water.
Thomas Loerting;
Interview for European Young Investigator Award (Brussels, Belgium), 20/6/2007.

25.

Ozone depletion: the role of polar stratospheric ice clouds.
Thomas Loerting;
Fritz-Haber-Institut der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft (Berlin, Germany), 24/5/2007.

24.

The glass→liquid transition of HDA.
Thomas Loerting;
Technische Universität Dortmund, Dr. Ivan Brovchenko & Prof. Alfons Geiger (Dortmund, Germany), 20/10/2006.

23.

Water's anomalies at low temperatures: polyamorphism of ice.
Thomas Loerting;
Center of Materials Science, Prof. Dellago (Vienna, Austria), 22/6/2006.

22.

Carbonic acid – Polymorph characterization by spectroscopy.
Thomas Loerting, Wolfgang Hage, Ingrid Kohl, Erwin Mayer;
University College London, Prof. Sarah L. Price (London, United Kingdom), 20/4/2006.

21.

Wasser: Rätsel und Anomalien.
Thomas Loerting;
Verleihung des Liechtenstein-Preises (Vaduz, Liechtenstein), 11/4/2006.

20.

Amorphes Eis.
Katrin Winkel, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
WG Meeting Pottenstein (Pottenstein, Germany), 10/3–13/3/2006.

19.

Polyamorphism of ice.
Thomas Loerting;
SASP 2006: Symposium on Atomic and Surface Physics (Obergurgl, Austria), 4/2–9/2/2006.

18.

Wasser: Rätsel und Anomalien.
Thomas Loerting;
Verleihung des Novartis Preis 2005 für Chemie (Vienna, Austria), 1/1/2006.

17.

Amorphous ices in relation to each other.
Katrin Winkel, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
Universität Darmstadt (Darmstadt, Germany), 17/12/2005.

16.

HDA and VHDA in relation to each other.
Katrin Winkel, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
Univ. Pierre & Marie Curie, France Focus (Paris, France), 21/11/2005.

15.

Wasser: Rätsel und Anomalien.
Thomas Loerting;
GÖCH-Vortrag (Universität Wien), Prof. Kautek (Vienna, Austria), 17/10/2005.

14.

The structure of chlorine phases on a platinum(110) surface.
R. Zucca, C. Franchini, J. Redinger, C. Deisl, T. Loerting, A. Menzel, E. Bertel;
ECOSS 23 (Berlin, Germany), 5/9–9/9/2005.

13.

Universal and anomalous, non-universal order-disorder phase transitions in Br/Pt110.
Thomas Loerting et al.;
ECOSS 23 (Berlin, Germany), 5/9–9/9/2005.

12.

Quasi-1D universal and non-universal transitions in c(2×2)-Br/Pt(110).
Thomas Loerting, Alexander Menzel, Clemens Deisl, Mariana Minca, Erminald Bertel, Stephen Berkebile, Johannes Schoiswohl, Falko P. Netzer;
Joint Research Project Meeting: Nanoscience on Surfaces (Reinischkogel, Austria), 27/6/2005.

11.

VHDA.
Thomas Loerting;
Bunsentagung 2005 (Frankfurt, Germany), 1/5/2005.

10.

Low dimensional systems: status report.
Erminald Bertel et al.;
Joint Research Project Meeting: Nanoscience on Surfaces (Obergurgl, Austria), 26/4–29/4/2005.

9.

Phase transitions of bromine on Pt(110).
T. Loerting, A. Menzel, C. Deisl, M. Minca, E. Bertel, S. Berkebile, J. Schoiswohl, F. P. Netzer;
Joint Research Project Meeting: Nanoscience on Surfaces (Obergurgl, Austria), 26/4–29/4/2005.

8.

Order-disorder transitions of halogens on Pt(110) by I(T) LEED (O27.5).
T. Loerting, A. Menzel, C. Deisl, M. Minca, E. Bertel;
69. Jahrestagung der DPG – Einsteintagung (Berlin, Germany), 4/3–9/3/2005.

7.

Phase-diagram of HBr on ice.
Thomas Loerting;
Interview for European Young Investigator Award (Brussels, Belgium), 1/7/2004.

6.

Chlorine chemistry in the polar stratosphere.
T. Loerting, M. J. Molina;
Antrittsvortrag an der Universität Innsbruck (Innsbruck, Austria), 30/10/2003.

5.

Mechanism of chlorine activation in the stratosphere.
Thomas Loerting;
10. Österreichische Chemietage (Linz, Austria), 17/9–19/9/2002.

4.

Kinetik von wasserunterstütztem Protonentransfer in der Atmosphäre.
Thomas Loerting;
Verleihung des Loschmidt-Preises der CPG (Vienna, Austria), 4/12/2001.

3.

Water mediated proton transfer in the atmosphere.
T. Loerting, K. R. Liedl;
Antrittsvortrag am Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States of America), 10/10/2001.

2.

What does VTST tell about acid rain and the ozone hole?
Thomas Loerting;
Verleihung des Christine und Georg Sosnovsky Preises (Innsbruck, Austria), 27/6/2001.

1.

Schwefeloxide und saurer Regen.
Thomas Loerting;
Verleihung des Prof. Ernst Brandl Preises (Schwaz, Austria), 23/6/2001.

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