Basel Universität

Nano and Quantum Physics Seminar

Spring semester 2017

Mondays, 16:15, Lecture Hall 1

  1. 20. February, Jean-Philippe Brantut, École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL)

    "Mesoscopic transport experiments with cold atoms.”
    (Host: C. Bruder)  QC2 / QSIT Seminar

  2. 27. February, Javier Tamayo, Institute of Microelectronics-Madrid

    (host: M. Poggio)

  3. 13. March, Johannes Gooth, IBM Zurich

    "From III-V integration towards ballistic nanowire quantum networks"
    (host: D. Zumbuhl)  QC2 / QSIT Seminar

  4. 20. March, Clelia Righi, Università degli Studi di Modena e Reggio Emilia

    “Ab initio investigation of tribochemistry mechanisms in solid lubricants and nanotribology phenomena in adsorbed layers”

    (hosts: E. Meyer / T. Glatzel)

  5. 27. March, Jascha Repp, Universität Regensburg

    "Individual Molecules on Surfaces: From Chemical Reactions to Ultra-Short Timescales"
    (host: E. Meyer)

  6. 10. April, Romain Maurand, CEA Grenoble

    "A CMOS silicon hole spin qubit"
    (host: C. Schönenberger / P. Makk)  QC2 / QSIT Seminar

  7. 24. April, Torsten Fritz, Friederich-Schiller-Universität Jena

    “Optical in situ Differential Reflectance Spectroscopy (DRS): A Powerful Tool to Investigate Ultrathin Molecular Films”

    (hosts: E. Meyer / T. Glatzel)

  8. 08. May, Vladimir Strokov, Paul Scherrer Institut (PSI)

    "Electronic structure of crystalline, heterostructure and impurity systems viewed in k-space."
    (host: S. Goedecker)

  9. 15. May, Ben Murdin, University of Surrey, UK

    "Terahertz quantum control of a donor in silicon"
    (host: R. Warburton)

  10. 22. May, Srijit Goswami, QuTech Delft

    "Josephson junctions in two-dimensional systems"
    (host: C. Schönenberger / P. Makk)  QC2 / QSIT Seminar

  11. 29. May, Ruslan Temirov, Forschungszentrum Jülich

    (host: E. Meyer)