Research Group of Thomas Loerting

Posters

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85.

Crystallisation of the amorphous ices in the intermediate-pressure regime.
Josef Stern, Thomas Loerting;
Roma Tre Congress on Water under Extreme Conditions (Rome, Italy), 14/6–16/6/2017.

84.

Small and wide angle neutron scattering on high-density amorphous ice.
Violeta Fuentes Landete, Katrin Amann-Winkel, Livia E. Bove, Daniel T. Bowron, Thomas Loerting;
Roma Tre Congress on Water under Extreme Conditions (Rome, Italy), 14/6–16/6/2017.

83.

Does the emulsification procedure influence freezing and thawing of aqueous droplets?
Astrid Hauptmann, Karl F. Handle, Philipp Baloh, Hinrich Grothe, Thomas Loerting;
Jahrestagung der Österreichischen Physikalischen Gesellschaft (Vienna, Austria), 27/9–29/9/2016.

82.

Two time-scales of hydrogen ordering at the ice XIV-XII transition and their isotope effect.
Violete Fuentes Landete, Thomas Loerting;
Jahrestagung der Österreichischen Physikalischen Gesellschaft (Vienna, Austria), 27/9–29/9/2016.

81.

Raman Spectroscopy of ice XII and XIV.
Alexander Thöny, Thomas Loerting;
Confocal Raman Imaging Symposium (Ulm, Germany), 26/9–28/9/2016.

80.

Two time-scales of hydrogen ordering at the ice XIV-XII transition and their isotope effect.
Violete Fuentes Landete, Thomas Loerting;
Future of Chemical Physics Conference (Oxford, UK), 31/8–2/9/2016.

79.

Dynamics enhanced by HCl doping triggers full Pauling entropy release at the ice XII–XIV transition.
Violete Fuentes Landete, Thomas Loerting;
Gordon Research Conference: Fundamental Properties and Real Applications of Water: A Ubiquitous and Enigmatic Substance (Holderness, NH, USA), 31/7–5/8/2016.

78.

Exploring the border of amorphous ice to water's no man's land in the higher-pressure regime.
Josef Stern, Thomas Loerting;
Gordon Research Conference: Fundamental Properties and Real Applications of Water: A Ubiquitous and Enigmatic Substance (Holderness, NH, USA), 31/7–5/8/2016.

77.

Dynamics enhanced by HCl doping triggers full Pauling entropy release at the ice XII–XIV transition.
Violete Fuentes Landete, Thomas Loerting;
Gordon Research Seminar: Fundamental Properties and Real Applications of Water: A Ubiquitous and Enigmatic Substance (Holderness, NH, USA), 30/7–31/7/2016.

76.

Exploring the border of amorphous ice to water's no man's land in the higher-pressure regime.
Josef Stern, Thomas Loerting;
Gordon Research Seminar: Fundamental Properties and Real Applications of Water: A Ubiquitous and Enigmatic Substance (Holderness, NH, USA), 30/7–31/7/2016.

75.

Exploring the border of amorphous ice to water's no man's land in the higher-pressure regime.
Josef Stern, Thomas Loerting;
WaterX: Exotic Properties of Water Under Extreme Conditions (Nice, France), 13/7–16/7/2016.

74.

Freezing and thawing of aqueous solutions in emulsions.
Astrid Hauptmann, Karl Handle, Thomas Loerting;
EGU - Outstanding Student Poster and PICO Contest (Vienna, Austria), 18/4–22/4/2016.

73.

Phase transitions in doped ices.
Violeta Fuentes Landete, Thomas Loerting;
Feierliche Stipendienverleihung der ÖAW (Vienna, Austria), 4/3/2016.

72.

Entering water´s no man´s land.
Josef Stern, Thomas Loerting;
Feierliche Stipendienverleihung der ÖAW (Vienna, Austria), 4/3/2016.

71.

Dynamics anomaly in high-density amorphous ice between 0.7 and 1.1 GPa.
Philip H. Handle, Thomas Loerting;
CECAM School – MolSim-2016 (Amsterdam, Netherlands), 4/1–15/1/2016.

70.

Studies of amorphous ice by molecular dynamics simulations.
Martin Jehser, Markus Seidl, Thomas Loerting, Gerhard Zifferer;
16. Österreichische Chemietage (Innsbruck, Austria), 21/9–24/9/2015.

69.

Dynamics enhanced by HCl doping triggers full Pauling entropy release at the ice XII–XIV transition.
Violeta Fuentes Landete, Karsten W. Köster, Agnes Raidt, Markus Seidl, Catalin Gainaru, Thomas Loerting, Roland Böhmer;
16. Österreichische Chemietage (Innsbruck, Austria), 21/9–24/9/2015.

68.

Enhancement of amorphous prilocaine's stability by water addition.
G. N. Ruiz, M. Romanini, E. Shalaev, Thomas Loerting, L. C. Pardo, R. Macovez, J. L. Tamarit;
3rd Conference on Frontiers in Water Biophysics (Erice, Italy), 7/9–12/9/2015.

67.

Dynamics enhanced by HCl doping triggers full Pauling entropy release at the ice XII–XIV transition.
Violeta Fuentes Landete, Karsten W. Köster, Agnes Raidt, Markus Seidl, Catalin Gainaru, Thomas Loerting, Roland Böhmer;
Roma Tre Workshop on Water under Extreme Conditions (Rome, Italy), 10/6–12/6/2015.

66.

How stable is high-density amorphous ice against crystallization?
Markus Seidl, Philip H. Handle, Katrin Amann-Winkel, Gerhard Zifferer, Thomas Loerting;
WATER 2014 – Metastability and nucleation in water: theory, experiments, and applications (Les Houches, France), 1/6–6/6/2014.

65.

Atomistic molecular dynamics simulations of amorphous ice.
Martin Jehser, Markus Seidl, Thomas Loerting, Gerhard Zifferer;
Bunsentagung 2014 (Hamburg, Germany), 29/5–31/5/2014.

64.

Dynamical and thermodynamical properties of amorphous ice: B. Experimental advancements.
Markus Seidl, Philip H. Handle, Katrin Amann-Winkel, Gerhard Zifferer, Thomas Loerting;
15. Österreichische Chemietage (Graz, Austria), 23/9–26/9/2013.

63.

Simulation of high-density water: its glass transition for various water models.
Markus Seidl, Martin Jehser, Clemens Rauer, Thomas Loerting, Gerhard Zifferer;
7th International Discussion Meeting on Relaxations in Complex Systems (Barcelona, Spain), 21/7–26/7/2013.

62.

Diffusion-controlled and diffusionless crystal growth of tris-naphthylbenzene isomers.
Markus Seidl, Shakeel S. Dalal, Mark D. Ediger;
7th International Discussion Meeting on Relaxations in Complex Systems (Barcelona, Spain), 21/7–26/7/2013.

61.

Amorphous ice: glass transition in aqueous LiCl solutions.
Guadalupe N. Ruiz, Horacio Corti, Thomas Loerting;
33rd International Conference on Solution Chemistry (Kyoto, Japan), 7/7–12/7/2013.

60.

Are water-in-oil-emulsions suitable model systems for cloud glaciation?
Karl Handle, Thomas Loerting, Anatoli Bogdan, Fabian Weiss, Bernhard Pummer, Hinrich Grothe;
European Geosciences Union General Assembly (Vienna, Austria), 7/4–12/4/2013.

59.

Amorphous ice: glass transition in aqueous LiCl solutions.
Guadalupe N. Ruiz, Horacio Corti, Thomas Loerting;
Summer School on Microstructures of Ice and Snow (Obergurgl, Austria), 27/8–1/9/2012.

58.

Penetration experiments in low-density amorphous ice.
Stephan Fuhrmann, Katrin Amann-Winkel, Thomas Loerting;
Summer School on Microstructures of Ice and Snow (Obergurgl, Austria), 27/8–1/9/2012.

57.

The glass-to-liquid transition of high-density amorphous ice, revealed from τ(T), V(T) and Cp(T).
Markus Seidl, Philip H. Handle, Katrin Winkel, Michael S. Elsaesser, Gerhard Zifferer, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
Gordon Research Conference on Water & Aqueous Solutions (Holderness, New Hampshire, United States of America), 12/8–17/8/2012.

56.

Kohlensäure – es gibt sie doch.
Juergen Bernard, Christian Mitterdorfer, Katrin Winkel, Marion Bauer, Thomas Loerting;
Forschungsland Tirol – 1. Forschungs- und Wissenschaftsenquete des Landes Tirol (Innsbruck, Austria), 26/3/2012.

55.

Molecular dynamics studies of amorphous ices.
Markus Seidl, Ferenc Karsai, Thomas Loerting, Gerhard Zifferer;
14. Österreichische Chemietage (Linz, Austria), 26/9–29/9/2011.

54.

Influence of pores on the polyamorphic transition in water.
Christian Mitterdorfer, Michael S. Elsaesser, Katrin Winkel, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
8th Liquid Matter Conference (Vienna, Austria), 6/9–10/9/2011.

53.

Structural relaxation times in high-density amorphous ice (HDA).
Philip H. Handle, Markus Seidl, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
8th Liquid Matter Conference (Vienna, Austria), 6/9–10/9/2011.

52.

Presence and absence of crystallization nuclei in high-density amorphous ice.
Markus Seidl, Katrin Winkel, Philip H. Handle, Gerhard Zifferer, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
8th Liquid Matter Conference (Vienna, Austria), 6/9–10/9/2011.

51.

Quantities affecting the glass transition temperature of amorphous ices in molecular dynamics.
Markus Seidl, Ferenc Karsai, Thomas Loerting, Gerhard Zifferer;
8th Liquid Matter Conference (Vienna, Austria), 6/9–10/9/2011.

50.

Amorphous ices – the glassy states of water.
Katrin Winkel, Philip Handle, Michael S. Elsaesser, Markus Seidl, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
Passion for Knowledge (Donostia-San Sebastián, Spain), 27/9–1/10/2010.

49.

Pressure-induced amorphization of cubic structure II tetrahydrofuran clathrate hydrates.
Marion Bauer, Daniel Toebbens, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
12th International Conference on the Physics and Chemistry of Ice (Sapporo, Japan), 5/9–10/9/2010.

48.

Amorphous–amorphous transitions in water: macroscopic phase separation.
Katrin Winkel, Michael S. Elsaesser, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
12th International Conference on the Physics and Chemistry of Ice (Sapporo, Japan), 5/9–10/9/2010.

47.

Structural relaxation times in high-density amorphous ice (HDA).
Philip Handle, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
Gordon Research Conference on Water & Aqueous Solutions (Plymouth, New Hampshire, United States of America), 8/8–13/8/2010.

46.

Das Wesen amorpher Eisformen.
Markus Seidl, Gerhard Zifferer, Thomas Loerting;
StipendiatInnenwochenende, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften (Vienna, Austria), 26/2–27/2/2010.

45.

Volumetric glass-to-liquid transition in amorphous ices.
Markus Seidl, Michael S. Elsaesser, Philip Handle, Gerhard Zifferer, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
XVIII International Conference on Horizons in Hydrogen Bond Research (Paris, France), 14/9–18/9/2009.

44.

Retention of hydrogen-bond motif in solid H2CO3: crystallization of two polymorphs from two amorphous forms.
Juergen Bernard, Katrin Winkel, Markus Seidl, Wolfgang Hage, Thomas Loerting, Sarah L. Price, Erwin Mayer;
XVIII International Conference on Horizons in Hydrogen Bond Research (Paris, France), 14/9–18/9/2009.

43.

Comparison of the thermal expansion behaviour of ice and the related high pressure phase topology of H2O.
Peter Mirwald, Thomas Loerting;
MinPet2009 and 4th Mineral Sciences in the Carpathians Conference (Budapest, Hungary), 7/9–11/9/2009.

42.

Polyamorphism in amorphous ice – macroscopic phase separation.
Katrin Winkel, Philip Handle, Michael S. Elsaesser, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
6th International Discussion Meeting on Relaxations in Complex Systems (Rome, Italy), 30/8–5/9/2009.

41.

"Doubly" metastable high pressure ice phases.
Marion Bauer, Katrin Winkel, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
6th International Discussion Meeting on Relaxations in Complex Systems (Rome, Italy), 30/8–5/9/2009.

40.

Spectroscopic characterization of solid carbonic acid (H2CO3).
Thomas Loerting, Juergen Bernard, Marion Bauer, Katrin Winkel, Ingrid Kohl, Erwin Mayer;
Bunsentagung 2009 (Cologne, Germany), 21/5–23/5/2009.

39.

The volumetric glass-to-liquid transition in high density amorphous ice (HDA).
Markus Seidl, Michael S. Elsaesser, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting, Gerhard Zifferer;
Bunsentagung 2009 (Cologne, Germany), 21/5–23/5/2009.

38.

Why does large ice supersaturation persist in cold cirrus clouds?
Anatoli Bogdan, Mario J. Molina, Thomas Loerting;
European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2009 (Vienna, Austria), 19/4–24/4/2009.

37.

Mass-spectrometry of carbonic acid in the gas-phase?
Juergen Bernard, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
8. Igler MS Tage: Perspectives in Mass Spectrometry (Obergurgl, Austria), 22/2–25/2/2009.

36.

Spectroscopic characterization of solid carbonic acid (H2CO3).
Thomas Loerting, Juergen Bernard, Marion Bauer, Katrin Winkel, Ingrid Kohl, Erwin Mayer;
2. GÖCH-Symposium Physikalische Chemie (Innsbruck, Austria), 23/2–24/2/2009.

35.

The volumetric glass-to-liquid transition at high pressures: glycerol and low density amorphous ice (LDA).
Michael S. Elsaesser, Markus Seidl, Ingrid Kohl, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
2. GÖCH-Symposium Physikalische Chemie (Innsbruck, Austria), 23/2–24/2/2009.

34.

High density amorphous ice: the minimum energy state on the potential landscape.
Katrin Winkel, Michael S. Elsaesser, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
2. GÖCH-Symposium Physikalische Chemie (Innsbruck, Austria), 23/2–24/2/2009.

33.

Effect of compression-rate on ice re-crystallization.
Marion Bauer, Michael S. Elsaesser, Katrin Winkel, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
2. GÖCH-Symposium Physikalische Chemie (Innsbruck, Austria), 23/2–24/2/2009.

32.

Comparing simulation and experiment: the volumetric glass-to-liquid transition in high density amorphous ice (HDA).
Markus Seidl, Michael S. Elsaesser, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting, Gerhard Zifferer;
2. GÖCH-Symposium Physikalische Chemie (Innsbruck, Austria), 23/2–24/2/2009.

31.

"Phase"-transitions in amorphous ices.
Katrin Winkel, Michael S. Elsaesser, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
58. Jahrestagung der Österreichischen Physikalischen Gesellschaft (Leoben, Austria), 22/9–26/9/2008.

30.

Effect of compression-rate on ice re-crystallization.
Marion Bauer, Michael S. Elsaesser, Katrin Winkel, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
58. Jahrestagung der Österreichischen Physikalischen Gesellschaft (Leoben, Austria), 22/9–26/9/2008.

29.

Crystallization of amorphous carbonic acid studied by FT-IR spectroscopy: evidence for amorphous polymorphism.
Katrin Winkel, Juergen Bernard, Markus Seidl, Wolfgang Hage, Thomas Loerting, Sarah L. Price, Erwin Mayer;
58. Jahrestagung der Österreichischen Physikalischen Gesellschaft (Leoben, Austria), 22/9–26/9/2008.

28.

Phase transition from hexagonal ice to ice II and/or ice III: analogy to the transition from olivine to wadsleyite and/or ringwoodite.
Marion Bauer, Michael S. Elsaesser, Katrin Winkel, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
Experimental Mineralogy Petrology Geochemistry XII (Innsbruck, Austria), 8/9–10/9/2008.

27.

"Phase"-transitions in amorphous water: a thermal, volumetric and structural study.
Katrin Winkel, Michael S. Elsaesser, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
Faraday Discussion 141: Water – From Interfaces to the Bulk (Edinburgh, United Kingdom), 27/8–29/8/2008.

26.

"Phase"-transitions in amorphous water: a thermal, volumetric and structural study.
Katrin Winkel, Michael S. Elsaesser, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
Gordon Research Conference on Water & Aqueous Solutions (Plymouth, New Hampshire, United States of America), 27/7–1/8/2008.

25.

Compression-rate dependence of the phase transition from hexagonal ice to ice II and/or ice III.
Marion Bauer, Michael S. Elsaesser, Katrin Winkel, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
Gordon Research Conference on Water & Aqueous Solutions (Plymouth, New Hampshire, United States of America), 27/7–1/8/2008.

24.

The volumetric glass→liquid transition at high pressures: glycerol and low density amorphous ice (LDA).
Michael S. Elsaesser, Markus Seidl, Ingrid Kohl, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
7th Liquid Matter Conference (Lund, Sweden), 27/6–1/7/2008.

23.

"Phase"-transitions in amorphous water: a thermal, volumetric and structural study.
Katrin Winkel, Michael S. Elsaesser, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
7th Liquid Matter Conference (Lund, Sweden), 27/6–1/7/2008.

22.

Carbonic acid: from poly-amorphism to polymorphism.
Katrin Winkel, Wolfgang Hage, Thomas Loerting, Sarah L. Price, Erwin Mayer;
Bunsentagung 2008 (Saarbrücken, Germany), 1/5–3/5/2008.

21.

Research group Thomas Loerting.
Thomas Loerting;
1. GÖCH-Symposium Physikalische Chemie (Vienna, Austria), 15/10/2007.

20.

The melting curve of ice III – Evidence of anomalous pressure behaviour of water.
Peter W. Mirwald, Thomas Loerting;
European Science Foundation (ESF): Water Interfaces in Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Obergurgl, Austria), 8/12–13/12/2007.

19.

Observation of the glass→liquid transition by isobaric volume temperature experiments: glycerol as a case study.
Michael S. Elsaesser, Ingrid Kohl, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
11th International Conference on the Physics and Chemistry of Ice (Bremerhaven, Germany), 23/7–28/7/2006.

18.

Isothermal amorphous–amorphous–amorphous transitions in water.
Katrin Winkel, Werner Schustereder, Ingrid Kohl, Christoph G. Salzmann, Erwin Mayer, Thomas Loerting;
11th International Conference on the Physics and Chemistry of Ice (Bremerhaven, Germany), 23/7–28/7/2006.

17.

The structure of halogen phases on a Pt(110) surface.
Rinaldo Zucca, Cesare Franchini, Josef Redinger, Clemens Deisl, Thomas Loerting, Alexander Menzel, Erminald Bertel;
8th Intl. Conference on the Structure of Surfaces ICSOS8 (Munich, Germany), 18/7–22/7/2005.

16.

Carbonic acid.
Thomas Loerting;
BASF Post-Doc Forum (Research Triangle Park, South Carolina, United States of America), 25/6/2005.

15.

Amorphous ice.
Thomas Loerting;
Alfred Nobel Symposium: Energy in Cosmos, Molecules and Life; invited by external link Nobel Foundation (Sanga Saby, Sweden), 18/6–22/6/2005.

14.

Quasi-liquid layer formation on ice under stratospheric conditions.
Vivian F. McNeill, Thomas Loerting, Luisa T. Molina, Mario J. Molina;
Telluride Workshop (Telluride, Colorado, United States of America), 29/7/2004.

13.

Geometry and angle-resolved UV photoemission of a quasi-1D system.
Clemens Deisl, Zhenrong Zhang, Mariana Minca, Thomas Loerting, Alexander Menzel, Rinaldo Zucca, Josef Redinger, Erminald Bertel;
Spectroscopies in Novel Superconductors (Stiges, Spain), 11/6–16/6/2004.

12.

H on Pt(110): preferential chemisorption in low coordinated sites.
A. Menzel et al.;
8th International Conference on Nanometer-Scale Science and Technology (NANO-8) (Venice, Italy) 28/6–2/7/2004.

11.

The study of intramolecular aliphatic chain interactions in copper(II) complexes by means of theoretical conformational analysis.
Jasmina Sabolovic, Christofer S. Tautermann, Thomas Loerting, Klaus R. Liedl;
5th COST D11 Workshop (Sigtuna, Sweden), 5/12–8/12/2002.

10.

Kinetics of hydration.
Michael Trieb, Thomas Loerting, Klaus R. Liedl;
38th Symposium for Theoretical Chemistry (Bremen, Germany), 25/8–29/8/2002.

9.

A second distinct structural state of high density amorphous ice at 77 K and 1 bar.
T. Loerting, I. Kohl, A. Hallbrucker, E. Mayer;
Gordon Research Conference on Water & Aqueous Solutions (Plymouth, New Hampshire, United States of America), 4/8–9/8/2002.

8.

Pure ices IV and XII from high density amorphous ice.
Christoph G. Salzmann, Ingrid Kohl, Thomas Loerting, Erwin Mayer, Andreas Hallbrucker;
10th International Conference on the Physics and Chemistry of Ice (St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada), 14/7–19/7/2002.

7.

Structure-function relationships in Janus kinases: prediction of the three-dimensional structure of JAK2.
Romano Kroemer, Klaus Lindauer, Thomas Loerting, Klaus R. Liedl;
The Annual International Meeting of the Molecular Graphics and Modelling Society (Erlangen, Germany), 17/9–21/9/2001.

6.

Dynamics and tunneling splittings of proton transfer in clusters.
Christofer Tautermann, Markus Loferer, Thomas Loerting, Klaus R. Liedl;
European Summer School of Quantum Chemistry – ESQC-01 (Lund, Sweden), 19/8–1/9/2001.

5.

Kinetics of proton tunneling by variational transition state theory.
Thomas Loerting, Klaus R. Liedl;
Molecular Quantum Mechanics: The right answer for the right reason, Intl. Conference in Honour of Prof. Ernest R. Davidson (Washington DC, United States of America), 21/7–26/7/2001.

4.

Raman spectra of carbonic acid (H2CO3).
Ingrid Kohl, Thomas Loerting, Erwin Mayer, Andreas Hallbrucker;
9. Österreichische Chemietage der GÖCH (Innsbruck, Austria), 25/9–27/9/2000.

3.

Kinetics of water mediated proton transfer in our atmosphere.
Thomas Loerting, Klaus R. Liedl;
European Summer School of Quantum Chemistry – ESQC-00 (Riolo Terme, Italy), 17/9–30/9/2000.

2.

On the surprising kinetic stability of carbonic acid (H2CO3).
Thomas Loerting, Ingrid Kohl, Christofer Tautermann, Andreas Hallbrucker, Erwin Mayer, Klaus R. Liedl;
Gordon Research Conference on Water & Aqueous Solutions (Plymouth, New Hampshire, United States of America), 2/8–7/8/2000.

1.

Die Rolle einzelner Wassermoleküle als Katalysator für Ozonabbau.
Thomas Loerting, Klaus R. Liedl;
Stipendiatenwochenende, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften (Vienna, Austria), 15/5–16/5/1998.

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