Logo of the University of Heidelberg XIX. International Symposium on the Jahn-Teller Effect Heidelberg

Preliminary list of invited speakers and tentative titles of their talks

M. Barbatti (Vienna)
Exploring conical intersections in heterocycles using mixed quantum-classical dynamics simulations

I. Bersuker (Austin)
The hidden Jahn-Teller effect

S.-W. Cheong (Rutgers)
Nano-self-assembly in complex oxides, driven by the Jahn-Teller distortions

W. Domcke (Munich)
Vibronic coupling by the spin-orbit operator

J. Dunn (Nottingham)
Jahn-Teller effects in fullerene ions in solids and on surfaces

A. Fishman (Ekatarinburg)
-- cancelled --

K. Kamaras (Budapest)
Experimental studies of the static and dynamic Jahn-Teller effect in fulleride salts by infrared spectroscopy

B. Keimer (Stuttgart)
Spin, orbital, and lattice excitations in transition metal oxides

S. Matsika (Philadelphia)
Two- and three-state conical intersections in polyatomic molecules

F. Merkt (Zurich)
The Jahn-Teller effect in molecular cations studied by high-resolution photoelectron spectroscopy

T.A. Miller (Columbus)
Jahn-Teller conical intersections and near misses from an experimental perspective

V. Polinger (Seattle)
Cooperative Jahn-Teller effect versus orbital ordering: a comparative study

M.A. Robb (London)
-- cancelled --

B. Tsukerblat (Beer-Sheva)
The Jahn-Teller effect in molecular magnets

Y. Wang (Tsinghua)
Visualizing the molecular Jahn-Teller effect in KxC60 ultra-thin films

G. Worth (Birmingham)
Wavepacket dynamics studies of vibronic coupling effects in polyatomic molecules