Physik nanostrukturierter Systeme

Kotthaus, Högele, Weig, Ludwig

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

16.04.2012

Matthias Hauck

LMU München
“Optische Spektroskopie der Wechselwirkung zwischen Quantenpunkten und ihrer elektronischen Umgebung”

23.04.2012

K. Kowalik-Seidl

LMU München
“How to fill an exciton trap”
02.05.2012
Sonderseminar
13.30 Uhr
Matthias Hofmann

LMU München
“Photoluminescence of CVD-grown carbon nanotubes”

07.05.2012

Dr. Geza Giedke

MPI für Quantenoptik Garching
“Spin Physics in open and driven Quantum Dots”

14.05.2012

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21.05.2012

Mika Sillanpää

Aalto University
“Circuit optomechanics: mechanical microwave amplification, cooling, and coupled resonators”

28.05.2012

Pfingstmontag


04.06.2012

Jens Repp

LMU München
“Dipolar excitons: quantum traps and correlation effects”

11.06.2012

Prof. Andreas Isacsson

Chalmers University of Technology, Göteborg
“Nonlinear damping in graphene resonators”

18.06.2012

Roland Brunner

Montanuniversität Leoben
“Towards an electron-spin-based quantum computer”

25.06.2012

Prof. Mansour Shayegan

Princeton University, USA
“Wavefunction Engineering for Topological Quantum Computing”
27.06.2012
Sonderseminar
11.00 Uhr
Prof. Koji Ishibashi

Advanced Device Lab. Riken, Wako, Saitama, Japan
“Optical properties of CNT quantum dots”
29.06.2012
Sonderseminar
10.15 Uhr
Prof. Mark S. Sherwin

University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
“Extreme Optics in Semiconductors: When Quasiparticles Collide, and 1+1=11”

02.07.2012

Darren Southworth

LMU München
“Electron shuttling and spin sensing using nano-scale mechanical resonators”
04.07.2012
Sonderseminar
11.00 Uhr
Onur Basarir

LMU München
“Dynamics of a strongly coupled nanomechanical system”
06.07.2012
Sonderseminar
13.30 Uhr
Andre Neumann

LMU München
“Cryogenic Spectroscopy of Colloidal Core-Shell Quantum Dots”

09.07.2012

Florian Seilmeier

LMU München
“Sensing the electronic environment of a quantum dot”

16.07.2012

Jan Glückert

LMU München
“Tuning the photoluminescence of individual carbon nanotubes with an electric field”
19.07.2012
Sonderseminar
13.00 Uhr
Jörn Wilhelm

Universität Würzburg
“Quantentransport Messungen an Bi2Se3 topologischen Isolatoren”
25.07.2012
Sonderseminar
10.30 Uhr
Prof. Seigo Tarucha

University of Tokyo, Japan
“Manipulation and detection of non-local spin entanglement with quantum dots”