Physik nanostrukturierter Systeme

Kotthaus, Högele, Weig, Ludwig

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


Matthias Hauck,

Peter Krenn

LMU München
“Charge Sensing with Self Assembled Quantum Dots”

“Heterodyne Dielectric Detection of Nanomechanical Resonators”

Onur Basarir

LMU München

“Near-field Optical Probing of Nanomechanical Systems”
16.05.11 Yizhi Wu

Groningen University
“Molecular switches & PbTiO3 nano devices”
Freitag 20.05.11
11.00 Uhr
Hajime Okamato and Hiroshi Yamaguchi

NTT Basic Research Laboratories Japan
“Opto- and electro-mechanics in GaAs resonators”
23.05.11 Sebastian Stapfner

LMU München
“Nanomechanical resonators for cavity-optomechanics”


13.06.11 Pfingstmontag

20.06.11 Dr. Peter Nalbach

1. Institut für Theoretische Physik, Universität Hamburg
“Quantum Coherence in Photosynthetic Exciton Dynamics”
Mittwoch 22.06.11
11.00 Uhr
Jan Glückert

LMU München
“The permanent dipole moment of excitons in single walled carbon nanotubes”
27.06.11 Prof. Dirk Grundler

TU München
“Artificial crystals from ferromagnetic nanostructures”
Donnerstag 30.06.11
11.00 Uhr
Johannes Schmelzl

LMU München
“Optomechanical experiments on nanostructured silicon nitride membranes”
Freitag 01.07.11
11.00 Uhr
Prof. Andrew Sachrajda

National Research Council of Canada (NRC)
“Coherent control and interplay of three-electron spin states in a triple quantum dot”
04.07.11 Wolfgang Schinner,

Anna Eder

LMU München
“Spektroskopie von Kohlenstoff-Nanoröhren insbesondere im elektrostatischen Feld”

“Low-temperature measurements of mesoscopic systems in nonequilibrium”
Gunnar Petersen

LMU München
“Spin Dynamics in a Double Quantum Dot Incorporating a Monodomain Nanomagnet”
Dienstag 12.07.11
10.30 Uhr
Prof. Alexander Govorov

Ohio University, Athens, Ohio,USA
“ Chiral nanostructures and plasmon effects ”
Mittwoch 13.07.11
11.00 Uhr
Ricardo Andrades

Lund University
“Spin transport in InGaAs/InP heterostructures”
18.07.11 Georg Josef Schinner

LMU München
“ Electrostatically trapping indirect excitons in coupled InGaAs quantum wells ”
09.09.11 Prof. Koji Ishibashi

RIKEN Advanced Science Institute Tokyo
“Semiconductor nanowires for quantum nanodevices”