Group Seminar

2016

Date / Room Speaker Institute Title Host
27.04.2016
11:00
7D2
Hiroyuki Sakaki

Toyota Technical Institute,
Nagoya, Japan

Semiconductor research at Toyota Technological Institute R. Jenz

2015

Date / Room Speaker Institute Title Host
02.11.2015
13:00
7D2
Tapash Chakraborty

Canada Research Chair in Nanoscale Physics, University of Manitoba

Majorana fermions in semiconductor nanostructures R. Jenz
07.10.2015
11:00
7D2
Yijin Zhang

Department of Applied Physics,
Faculty of Engineering, The University of Tokyo

Electrical transport and optical functionality of transition-metal dichalcogenides R. Jenz
06.07.2015
13:00
7D2
William D. Phillips

Joint Quantum Institute, National Institute of Standards and Technology and University of Maryland

Why condensed matter physicists are paying attention to atomic physics R. Jenz
05.01.2015
13:00
7D2
Afif Siddiki Istanbul University and LMU Munich Quantum capacitance model for quantum Hall edge state based Fabry-Perot interferometers R. Jenz

2014

Date / Room Speaker Institute Title Host
15.10.2014
11:00
7D2
Andreas Gauß Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research, Nanostructuring Lab, Stuttgart Fabrication and Evaluation of Small Magnetic Field Sensors for Cryogenic Applications R. Jenz
16.09.2014
10:00
4D2
Alberto Morpurgo University of Geneva, Physics Department of Condensed Matter, Quantum Electronics Group Quantum transport through suspended multi-terminal graphene devices J. Smet
26.05.2014
13:00
7D2
Niko Tombros Zernike Institute of Advanced Materials, University of Groningen, The Netherlands Graphene spintronics. The road towards high mobility spintronic devices J. Smet
03.02.2014
13:00
7D2
Afif Siddiki Istanbul University, Faculty of Science, Department of Physics The local nature of incompressibility at quantized Hall effect modified by interactions K. v. Klitzing

2013

Date / Room Speaker Institute Title Host
11.11.2013
13:00
7D2
Jens Müller Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt Micro-Hall Magnetometry based on GaAs/AlGaAs Heterostructures J. Weis
11.09.2013
10:30
1W50
Amina Kimouche Institut Neel, Grenoble High quality graphene on metals: controlling the formation of defects and using them for intercalation J. Smet
26.-28.06.2013 various   Symposium on Quantum Hall Effects and Related Topics K. v. Klitzing
23.04.2013
11:00
7D2
Ute Zschieschang Max-Planck-Institut für Festkörperforschung, Stuttgart Ladungstransport in organischen Halbleiterschichten und niederdimensionalen Kohlenstoffnanostrukturen K. v. Klitzing
25.02.2013
13:00
7D2
Sanghyun Jo Department of Condensed Matter Physics, Ecole de Physique, University of Geneva Spin relaxation properties in diffusive graphene and the role of linear dispersion to identify it J. Smet

2012

Date / Room Speaker Institute Title Host
28.11.2012
11:00
7D2
David Goldhaber-Gordon Stanford University and SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory Spatially resolved study of edge transport in the Quantum Spin Hall state K. v. Klitzing
16.10.2012
11:00
7D2
Joseph Falson Department of Applied Physics and Quantum-Phase Electronics Center, University of Tokyo, Bunkyo, Japan Advances in the recently emerged ZnO two-dimensional electron systems D. Zhang
12.10.2012
10:00
5D2
Timo Wagner Universität Würzburg /Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts HgTe QWs: Quantum Spin Hall effect and superconducting contacts K. v. Klitzing
17.07.2012
15:00
4D2
Guido Burkard Universität Konstanz Spin coherence and spin transport in graphene and carbon nanotubes J. Smet
26.06.2012
10:00
4D2
Jun Chen Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing Electron Transport Properties of Topological Insulators with a Back-gate W. Dietsche
21.05.2012
13:00
7D2
Andrei Manolescu Reykjavik University, Iceland Persistend-oscillatory currents in quantum rings with spin-orbit interaction excited by a terahertz pulse R. Gerhardts
21.05.2012
15:00
4D2
Liang Li Wuhan National High Magnetic Field Center, HUST, Wuhan, China An update of the development of pulsed magnetic field facilities at WHMFC K. v. Klitzing
16.05.2012
11:00
7D2
Matthias Kühne KIT Karlsruhe Magneto-optics of graphene K. v. Klitzing

2011

Date / Room Speaker Institute Title Host
12.12.2011
13:00
7D2
Pavel Ostrovsky Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT) Electron transport in graphene with strong scatterers J. Smet
05.12.2011
13:00
7D2
Nicola Paradiso NEST, Pisa, Italy Quantum Hall circuits with variable geometry: study of the edge structure and equilibration by Scanning Gate Microscopy J. Smet
29.08.2011
13:00
7D2
Po-Wen Chiu National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu, Taiwan Graphene: from growth (on insulator), transfer (mobility issue) to electronic devices K. v. Klitzing
18.07.2011
16:00
7D2
Philip Kim Columbia University, New York Interactions in graphene K. v. Klitzing
18.07.2011
13:00
7D2
Joshua Folk University of British Columbia,Vancouver, Canada Differential thermopower spectroscopy in quantum point contacts J. Smet
06.07.2011
11:00
7D2
K.E. Hoffmann FH Rosenheim Informal discussion on electron beam lithography: Calculation models for electron scattering J. Weis
04.07.2011
13:00
7D2
Afif Siddiki Istanbul University, Turkey Semi-classical theory of Aharonov-Bohm oscillations under quantized Hall conditions R. Gerhardts
07.06.2011
10:30
4D2
Jochen Mannhart Max-Planck-Institut für Festkörperforschung Doktorandenseminar J. Mannhart
02.05.2011
13:00
7D2
Jürgen Weis MPI for Solid State Research,
Stuttgart
The new scanning electron microscope in the nanostructuring lab J. Weis
21.04.2011
11:00
4D2
Vladimir Umansky Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel Engineering of disorder in ultra-high mobility 2DES J. Smet
11.04.2011
13:00
7D2
Weining Hao MPI for Solid State Research,
Stuttgart
How to Use the Measkern2 Installation CD J. Smet
28.02.2011
13:00
7D2
Dominik Zumbühl Department of Physics, University of Basel Towards Microkelvin Temperatures in Nanostructures J. Smet
14.01.2011
14:00
Uni Stuttgart
Stefan Mendach Universität Hamburg Spin-Wave Interference in Three-Dimensional Rolled-Up Ferromagnetic Microtubes SFB/TRR 21-Colloquium J. Weis
14.01.2011
15:30
Uni Stuttgart
Thomas Weitz Max-Planck-Institut für Festkörperforschung, Stuttgart Quantum transport in dually-gated suspended bilayer graphene devices in electric and magnetic fields SFB/TRR 21-Colloquium J. Weis
 
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