List of Visitorsf Talks (Fiscal 2005)

U. Physical Science


Date Speaker Affiliation

Apr. 6 Prof. David Haviland Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan, Sweden
"Spin Transport and Superconducting Nano-Circuits"
Apr. 15 Dr. Stefan Fölsch Paul-Drude-Institut, Germany
"Assembly and spectroscopy of atomic-scale surface structures by low-temperature STM: From monatomic chains to single-molecule/quantum wire contacts"
May 27 Dr. Tetsuo Kishimoto PRESTO, JST, The University of Tokyo
"Electric trapping of Neutral atoms and its on-chip application"
June 2 Dr. Yosuke Takasu Kyoto University
"Quantum Degenerate Gases of Ytterbium Atoms"
June 16 Ms. Irina Stefana Ionica Institut de Microelectronique, France
"Coulomb Blockade and Field Effect for Silicon Nanostructures Fabricated by Atomic Force Microscope on Ultrathin SOI Substrates"
June 28 Prof. A. R. Hamilton University of New South Wales, Australia
"Quantum Interference and Interaction Effects in 2D Quantum Wells and 1D Quantum Wires"
July 8 Dr. Tom Stace University of Cambridge, UK
"Population inversion in driven quantum dots with an unstructured phonon bath"
July 15 Prof. Richard A. Kiehl University of Minnesota, USA
"Information Processing by Assemblies of Molecules: Directed Self-Assembly, Nonlinear Behavior, Array Architectures"
July 28 Ms. Claire Marrache-Kikuchi Centre de Spectrométrie Nucléaire et de Spectrométrie de Masse, France
"Dimensionality effects in NbSi thin films"
Aug. 1 Prof. Rui-Rui Du Rice University, USA
"New aspects of microwave-induced zero-resistance states in high-mobility 2DEG"
Aug. 1 Dr. K.-J. Friedland Paul-Drude-Institut, Germany
"Intrinsic planar Hall effect in Fe and Fe3Si films on GaAs(001) and GaAs(113) substrates"
Aug. 3 Prof. Daniel E. Prober Yale University, USA
"Quantum Shot Noise of a Tunnel Junction and a Diffusive Wire: Third Moment and Driven Response"
Aug. 9 Dr. Lieven Vandersypen Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
"Single-shot read-out, relaxation and decoherence of single spins in GaAs quantum dots"
Sep. 6 Prof. Andrew Briggs University of Oxford, UK
"Carbon nanomaterials for quantum information processing"
Sep. 28 Dr. Guy Austing National Research Council Canada, Canada
"Recent research topics on vertical quantum dot structures and carbon nanotubes"
Sep. 30 Dr. Adam Micolich University of New South Wales, Australia
"Fractal Conductance Fluctuations in Semiconductor Billiards" and "Superconductivity in Metal-mixed Ion-implanted Polymer Films"
Oct. 7 Prof. Jonathan Finley Walter Schottky Institut, Germany
"Semiconductor quantum dots, molecules and their coupling to light"
Oct. 24 Mr. Daisuke Akamatsu Tokyo Institute of Technology
"Preserving squeezed vacuum with electromagnetically induced transparency (EIT)"
Oct. 26 Prof. Amnon Aharony Tel Aviv University, Israel
"Old and new results on phase measurements in Aharonov-Bohm interferometers"
Oct. 26 Prof. Ora Entin-Wohlman Tel Aviv University, Israel
"Spin-Hall effect of localized electrons"
Nov. 7 Dr. Alexandre Blais Yale University, USA
"Quantum optics and quantum information processing with superconducting circuits"
Nov. 22 Prof. Giuseppe Iannaccone Universita' di Pisa, Italy
"Modeling of Nanoelectronic Devices as a Strategic Tool in Semiconductor Technology"
Dec. 19 Dr. Yasuhiro Utsumi RIKEN
"Full Counting Statistics in Quantum Dots"
Jan. 12 Dr. Pawel Hawrylak National Research Council Canada, Canada
"Electronic Correlations in Quantum Degenerate Systems"
Jan. 16 Dr. Kazuhito Tsukagoshi RIKEN
"Nano-scale fabrication and materials transport"
Jan. 23 Dr. Masaya Kataoka University of Cambridge, UK
"Charge Transport using Surface Acoustic Wave"
Feb. 15 Prof. Mikio Nakahara Kinki University
"Artificial generation and suppression of decoherence in NMR quantum computer"
Feb. 16 Prof. Mats Jonson Chalmers/Goteborg University
"Mechanically assisted single electronics"
Feb. 17 Prof. Eleanor
E.B. Campbell
Gothenburg University, Sweden
"Taming Carbon Nanotubes for Use as Nanoelectronics and NEMS Devices"
Feb. 20 Dr. Andrew Watt Oxford University, UK
"Spin Active Fullerene Superlattices"
Feb. 22 Prof. Christopher Bäuerle Centre de Recherches sur les Très Basses Températures, France
"Dimensional crossover in quantum networks: from macroscopic to mesoscopic"
Feb. 22 Mr. Yuji Kurotani Tokyo Institute of Technology
"Theoretical circuit analysis of quantum measurement processes"
Mar. 20 Prof. Wilfred G.
van der Wiel
Universiteit Twente, Nederlands
"NanoElectronics: More than Moore"