FINAL PROJECT MEETING
The meeting will host presenters from the S3NANO consortium groups and external invited speakers from academia and industry.
DATE & TIME
Thursday, 11 June 2015 - 08:50 - 17:00
HOW TO GET TO SHEFFIELD
Maps & travel advice.
CONFIRMED INVITED SPEAKERS
- Bernhard Urbaszek (Toulouse) - 2D semiconductors: Excitonic effects and Valley dynamics
- Friedemann Reinhard (TU Munich) - Nanoscale nuclear magnetic resonance studies using NV centers in diamond
- Maxim Makhonin (Sheffield) - Spin-photon interface for quantum optical circuits
- Huub Janssen from Janssen Precision Engineering on advanced nano-positioners technology
- Chris O’Kane from Andor Technology Ltd on latest developments in light detection
- Rudolf Neuhaus from Toptica on Photonics AG on latest developments in tunable diode lasers
- Andreas Waeber (Sheffield), 'Increased Nuclear Spin Coherence Times in InGaAs Quantum Dots under Multipulse NMR'
- Stefan Schwarz (Sheffield), 'Exciton-polaritons in van der Waals heterostructures embedded in tunable microcavities'
- David-Dominik Jarausch (Cambridge), 'Studying spin physics in novel materials with nanodiamonds'
- Benjamin Pingault (Cambridge), 'All-optical formation of coherent dark states of Silicon-Vacancy spins in diamond'
- Marco Rancic (Konstanz), 'Electric dipole spin resonance in quantum dots with a valley dependent g-factor. The role of valley relaxation'
- Anastasia Varlet (ETH), 'Tunable band structure in bilayer graphene: chirality and topology'
- Viktoriia Kornich (Basel), 'Voltage induced conversion of helical to uniform nuclear spin polarization in a quantum wire'
- Chris Lawson (Leiden Cryogenics), ‘Design and initial testing of a rapid sample exchange system with integrated demagnetization cooling stage’
- Timo Kaldewey (Basel), ‘Manipulation of Quantum States in a Quantum Dot with Chirped Pulses’
- Jakob Kammhuber (Delft), ‘Quantized conductance in InSb nanowires’
- Stefan Bogdanovic (Delft), 'Building a stable Fabry-Perot cavity'
- Feng Liu (Sheffield), 'Phonon-assisted ultrafast optical control of quantum dot exciton population'
Halifax Hall Hotel - boutique hotel is an elegant Victorian manor house within a few minutes’ walk from the meeting venue.
The Rutland Hotel - just under a mile from the meeting venue, nearer to the city centre.
Project Meeting - £65 (includes attendance at Project Meeting, lunch and refreshments).
Please note that accommodation is not included.
REGISTRATION & PAYMENT
Registration will open on 30 April 2015. Numbers are limited to 50.
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