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

17-6

David Muller

Atomic-Resolution Electron Spectroscopy of Interfaces Phases Realized In Oxides Heterostructures

Henny

01-7

Nicolas Lorente

Magnetic excitations and electronic currents on the atomic scale

Sander

 

Previous

Seminars

10-6

Frank Laloë

Do We Really Understand Quantum Mechanics?

Ronald

03-06

Sander Otte

Atomic spin chains as testing ground for quantum magnetism

Sander

02-06

Stefanie Barz

Realizing quantum networks, algorithms, and simulations using photons

Ronald

27-05

Jerry Chow

Taking superconducting Qubits to the next generation

LeoDiC

26-05

Irfan Siddiqi

Taking control of superconducting Qubits

LeoDiC

20-05

Jungsang Kim

Distributed Quantum Networks based on Trapped Ions

Ronald

19-05

Eran Ginossar

Fermion parity measurement and control in Majorana circuit quantum electrodynamics

LeoDiC

29-04

Leonid Levitov

Atomic collapse in graphene

Teun

10-04

Mauricio Terrones

Controlled synthesis and novel properties of 2-Dimensional Materials: from doped graphene to in-plane heterojunctions and van der Waals solids

08-04

Kirill Shtengel

Anyonics: designing exotic circuitry with non-Abelian anyons

18-02

Wilfred van der Wiel

Exploiting order and disorder in hybrid inorganic-organic electronics

Yaroslav

13-02

Ioan Pop

Coherent supression of quasiparticle dissipation

LeoK

11-02

Christian Glatti

Quiet electrons for electron quantum optics: the levitons

LeoDC

14-01

Ronald Hanson

Quantum science experiments with diamond NV centers: quantum sensing, computing and long-distance entanglementa

Ronald

17-12

Cynthia Volkert

Dislocation nucleation-limited deformation in Au nanowires

Henny

10-12

Jacqueline Bloch

Manipulating polariton condensates in semiconductor microcavities

Lieven

3-12

Vincenzo Vitelli

Topological mechanical metamaterials

Gary/LeoDC


 

 

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