FINAL PROJECT MEETING

 


OVERVIEW

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

MEETING VENUE
The Edge (High Tor 2), Endcliffe Village, 34 Endcliffe Crescent, Sheffield, S10 3ED, UK

HOW TO GET TO SHEFFIELD
Maps & travel advice


PROGRAMME

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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

CONTRIBUTED TALKS

  • 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'

REGISTRATION

RECOMMENDED ACCOMMODATION
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.

FEE
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.
You can register and pay using the University of Sheffield’s online store (link below) which works in the same way as any other online store (Amazon, Play, etc).  You will receive confirmation of your payment (once the credit/debit card payment has successfully been processed). 


REGISTER AND PAY HERE


CANCELLATION TERMS
Should you wish to cancel your booking, notice should be sent to s.greenhough@sheffield.ac.uk as soon as possible.  If cancellation takes place within 28 days of the start date of 11 June 2015, by way of reasonable compensation, the following cancellation charges will apply –

Notice Period

Percentage of Price payable

Less than 14 days

100%

Between 15 and 21 days

50%

Between 22 and 28 days

25%

More than 28 days

0%

CONTACT
Sally Greenhough
The Department of Physics and Astronomy
The University of Sheffield, Hicks Building, Hounsfield Road, Sheffield S3 7RH
Email – s.greenhough@sheffield.ac.uk