Seminars

  

QN Seminars are held on Wednesday at 16.00, room E.

Starting from 15.30, there is a QN department coffee half-hour at the QT coffee bar beside room E.

Upcoming Seminars

Date  

Speaker 

Title

Host

10-12

Jacqueline Bloch

Manipulating polariton condensates in semiconductor microcavities

Lieven

17-12

Cynthia Volkert

Henny

 

Previous

Seminars

3-12

Vincenzo Vitelli

Topological mechanical metamaterials

Anton

19-11

Benjamin Huard

Quantum dynamics of an electromagnetic mode that cannot contain N photons

Gary/LeoDC

12-11

Krysta Svore

Quantum Computing with Probabilistic Circuits

LeoDC

1-10

Alexander Brinkman

Transport and superconductivity at topological surfaces and interfaces

Andrea

24-9

Jan van Ruitenbeek

Single molecules as a test bed for electron-ion dynamics

Yaroslav

17-9

Per Delsing

Propagating photons and phonons interacting with superconducting qubits

Yaroslav

3-7

J. Hone

Fabrication, Properties, and Applications of Van der Waals Heterostructures

Gary

30-6

Andrea Morello

Quantum information processing with single atoms in silicon

Ronald

25-06

E. van Heumen

Optical Nano-Imaging of the Metal-Insulator Transition in Strained V2O3

Andrea

18-06

M. Ternes

Quantum magnetism and many particle effects in molecules studied with scanning probe methods

Sander

21-05

Gary Steele

Microwave Optomechanics in the Steele Lab

Gary

06-05

Amir Yacoby

Induced Superconductivity in Quantum Spin Hall Edge

Anton

23-04

Silvano De Franceschi

What lies beneath the gap of superconductor-quantum dot system

Leo K.

16-04

Jens Bardarson

Topological insulator nanowires -- from Kramers, via Berry, to Majorana

Anton

26-03

Vadim Cheianov

Mesoscopic conductance fluctuations at a helical edge of a topological insulator

Anton

19-03

Justin Ye

Two-dimensional electronics based on Ion-gated nanosheets

Lieven

12-03

Kent Irwin

Nonequilibrium and nonlinear phenomena in resistive bolometers

Teun

19-02

Eva Weig

Manipulation, damping and coherence of high Q nanomechanical string resonators

Gary

12-02

Philip Walther 

Quantum Photonics Renaissance: from Quantum Clouds to Boson Sampling and Quantum Simulation

Ronald

05-02

József Fortágh

Interfacing Cold Atoms and Nanostructures

Gary

15-01

Florian Banhart

In-situ Electron Microscopy of One- and Two-Dimensional Carbon and Related Inorganic Materials

Henny

08-01

Satoshi Sasaki

Superconducting Doped Toplogical Insulators

Lieven

 

 

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