Physik nanostrukturierter Systeme

Kotthaus, Högele, Weig, Ludwig

Seminarraum N110, Altbau der Sektion Physik
Montag, 13.30 Uhr - 15.00 Uhr

19.04.2010

Felix Donhöfner,

David Borowsky

LMU München
“Spectroscopy of mesoscopic nanostructures at sub-Kelvin temperatures”

“Transport experiments on the 0.7 anomaly in quantum point contacts”
26.04.2010

Xaver Vögele

LMU München

“Dynamik von Exzitonen in elektrostatisch definierten Potentiallandschaften”
03.05.2010 Georg Schinner

LMU München
“Electrostatic traps for indirect excitons in coupled InGaAs quantum wells”
10.05.2010 Priv.-Doz. Dr. Sigmund Kohler

Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales de Madrid (CSIC), Madrid, Spanien
“Electron dynamics in double double quantum dots”
17.05.2010 Sebastian Gönnenwein

Walther-Meißner-Institut for Low Temperature Research, TU München
“Voltage-Controlled Spin Mechanics”
24.05.2010

vorlesungsfrei

31.05.2010 Florian Seilmeier

LMU München
“Self-Assembled Quantum Dots beyond the Two-Level Model”
07.06.2010 Jan von Delft

LMU München
“The Kondo exciton: a quantum quench towards strong spin-reservoir correlations”
14.06.2010 Matthias Fiebig

LMU München
“Electronical and optical properties of pentacene thin film transistors”
21.06.2010 Michael Hartmann

TU München
“Steady state entanglement in two nano-mechanical membranes”
24.06.2010, 13:00 Uhr
Sonderseminar
Darren Southworth

Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, USA
“Sensors and Basic Study Using Microelectromechanical Systems”
28.06.2010 Bernhard Urbaszek

Université de Toulouse, Frankreich
“Robust quantum dot state preparation: Rabi oscillations, adiabatic passage and nuclear spin effects”
02.07.2010, 11:00 Uhr
Sonderseminar
Prof. Koji Ishibashi

Advanced Device Laboratory, RIKEN, Hirosawa, Wako, Japan
“Nanotubes and nanowires for building block of quantum nanodevices”
05.07.2010 Quirin Unterreithmeier

LMU München
“On the Damping of Strained Systems”
06.07.2010, 11:00 Uhr
Sonderseminar
Prof. Gilberto Medeiros Ribeiro

HP Labs, Palo Alto, CA, USA
“The challenges of configurable hybrid Memristor-CMOS Integrated circuits fabrication: Physics and Materials Science”
12.07.2010 Mansour Shayegan

Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, USA
“Physics of multi-component two-dimensional electron systems: The role of spin, valley, and layer degrees of freedom”
13.07.2010, 11:00 Uhr
Sonderseminar
Matthew Rakher

Center for Nanoscale Science and Technology, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, MD, USA
“Quantum Optics with Semiconductor Quantum Dots”
19.07.2010 Lukas Ost,

Peter Krenn

LMU München
“Kontrolliertes Wachstum von Kohlenstoff-Nanoröhrchen für optomechanische Experimente”

“Heterodyne dielektrische Detektion nanomechanischer Resonatoren”
05.08.2010, 11:00 Uhr
Sonderseminar
Sorin Melinte

Universìté catholique de Louvain, Belgien
“Processing Schemes for Highly-Ordered Molecular Nanoarchitectures”
02.09.2010, 11:00 Uhr
Sonderseminar
Kyu Man Cha

Institute of Industrial Science, Quantum Semiconductor Electronics Laboratory, University of Tokyo, Japan
“Site- and shape-controlled growth of isolated and coupled InAs quantum dots using AFM anodic oxidation”
13.09.2010, 15:30 Uhr
Sonderseminar
Kleiner Physikalischer Hörsaal (N020)
Dr. Patrick Maletinsky

Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA
“Scanning nanoscale magnetometry using single electron spins in diamond”