Physik nanostrukturierter Systeme

Kotthaus, Högele, Weig, Ludwig

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

15.10.2010, 13:30 Uhr

Norbert Seltner (13:30 Uhr),

Max Empl (14:00 Uhr)

LMU München
“Mechanische Eigenschaften nanostrukturierter GaAs-Säulen”

“Radiofrequenzspektroskopie an tunnelgekoppelten Dreifachquantenpunkten: Pulsexperimente und Charakterisierung”

Andre Neumann

LMU München

“Single Photon Phenomena in Photonic Crystal Nanostructures”
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08.11.2010 Katja Nowak

Kavli Institute of NanoScience, TU Delft, Netherlands
“Electrical manipulation and detection of single electron spins in GaAs quantum dots”
15.11.2010 Beate Dirks

TU München
“Optoelectronic properties of gold nanoparticle - GaAs nanowire hybrid structures”
22.11.2010 Randolf Pohl

Max-Planck-Institut für Quantenoptik, Garching
“The size of the proton”
29.11.2010 Hans Hübl

Walther-Meißner-Institut, Garching
“Donor Spins in Silicon: Spin Control and Single Spin Readout”
06.12.2010 Fei Zhang

Universität Augsburg
“Molecular junction and its acting as quantum heat ratchets”
13.12.2010 Dr. Katarzyna Kowalik-Seidl “Exciton spin relaxation and local trapping of excitons in GaAs coupled quantum wells”.
20.12.2010 Kenji Shibata

Institute of Industrial Science, University of Tokyo, Japan
“Physics and applications of single self-assembled InAs quantum dots coupled to metallic nanogap electrodes”
14.01.2011 Sebastian Stapfner

LMU München
17.01.2011 Dominique Bougeard

Universität Regensburg
“Strained silicon: a potential material for the definition of spin qubits”
24.01.2011 David Borowosky,

Matthias Hofmann

LMU München
“The 0.7 Anomaly: A new scaling behaviour in magnetic fields”

“Growth and Characterization of Carbon Nanotubes”

11.00 Uhr
Enrico Schubert

LMU München
“Electron Spin Detection via Faraday Rotation”
07.02.2011 Daniel Harbusch

LMU München
“Single electrons in coupled quantum dots: Detector backacktion and high frequency experiments”
14.02.2011, 13.30 Uhr

Mikhail Kiselev

ICTP Trieste, Italy
“Thermoelectric Transport through a Quantum Dot: Interplay between Fermi Liquid and Non-Fermi Liquid Behavior”