List of BRL Seminars (Fiscal 2013)

Date Speaker Affiliation
May-10 Dr. Rin Okuyama Keio University, Japan
Lasing of optical phonons in semiconductor double quantum dots
May-21 Prof. Andrea Fiore Eindhoven University of Technology, the Netherlands
Towards fully integrated quantum photonic circuits
May-24 Mr. Kiyoshi Kanazawa Kyoto University, Japan
Energy transport driven by a thermal non-Gaussian fluctuations
Jun-12 Prof. Mark Sanquer CEA-INAC-SPSMS, France
The coupled atom transistor: a first realization with shallow donors implanted in a trigate silicon nanowire
Jun-19 Prof. Nobuhisa Ishii The University of Tokyo, Japan
Generation of few-cycle, intense IR pulses from a BIBO-based optical parametric chirped pulse amplifier and their use in the generation of waveform-dependent high harmonics in the water window
Jul-5 Dr. Alex S. Clark University of Sydney, Australia
Nonlinear quantum photonics: generating and manipulating single photons
Jul-10 Prof. Marko Loncar Harvard University, U.S.A.
Group IV Photonics: From Silicon to Diamond "Si optomechanics and Diamond nanophotonics"
Jul-11 Mr. Takuro Ideguchi
Mr. Simon Holzner
Max-Planck-Institute of Quantum Optics, Germany
Adaptive dual-comb spectroscopy
Sep-3 Dr. Michael Jack Scion, New Zealand
From cold atoms to warm molecules
Sep-6 Akira Saito Ph. D. National Institute of Informatics (NII), Japan
Impracticality of coherent computing and annealing machine models
Sep-11 Prof. Igor Aharonovich University of Technology, Sydney (UTS), Australia
Wide bandgap semiconductors for Nanophotonics
Sep-11 Prof. Benoit Hackens
Dr. Sébastien Faniel
Dr. Frederico Martins
Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium
Imaging and manipulating quantum transport at the nanometer scale
Sep-13 Dr. Hari Dahal American Physical Society, U.S.A.
APS publications and peer-review in PRB
Sep-26 Dr. Shota Kita Harvard University, U.S.A.
Optomechanical Nanobeam Transducers towards Ultrahigh Resolution Mass Spectrometry
Oct-24 Prof. Hiroyuki Hirayama Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Silicene formed by epitaxial growth
Oct-31 Prof. Gerard J. Milburn The University of Queensland, Australia
Single photon opto-mechanics
Nov-5 Prof. Peide Ye Purdue University, U.S.A.
2D Materials and Devices beyond Graphene
Nov-5 Prof. Andrew White The University of Queensland, Australia
Intriguing chemists and upsetting computer scientists using light and mirrors
Nov-7 Dr. Kenji Yoshii Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA) / Okayama University, Japan
Novel multiferroic materials RFe2O4 (R: rare-earth element) –Their discovery and subsequent development
Nov-11 Dr. Nicolas Clément CNRS, France
Emergence of 0D Ion-Sensitive Field Effect Transistors -A new tool for energy harvesting and electrical study of single biomolecules ?-
Nov-13 Prof. Pawel Hawrylak National Research Council of Canada, Canada
Electron-electron interactions, topology and transport and optical spin blockade in semiconductor and graphene quantum dots
Nov-21 Dr. Neill Lambert RIKEN, Japan
Non-equilibrium QED: from nano-mechanics to hybrid devices
Dec-5 Dr. Yasuhiro Yamada The University of Tokyo, Japan
Resolution Effects on Current Measurement in Nanoscale Systems
Dec-10 Dr. Ed Gerstner Executive editor of Nature Communications, U.K.
Nature open access journals seminar
Dec-16 Dr. Kazuyuki Nakayama Fukuoka University, Japan
Manipulation of Spontaneous Emission with Quasi-periodic Metamaterials
Dec-19 Dr. Gregor Koblmüller Technical University Munich, Germany
Progress in arsenide-based nanowires and their devices
Jan-16 Dr. Daryl Beggs The University of Bristol, U.K.
Optical delay in silicon photonic crystal waveguides: accelerating slow-light
Jan-23 Prof. Jing Kong Massachusetts Institute of Technology, U.S.A.
Synthesis and applications of graphene and related nanomaterials
Feb-5 Prof. Michael Trupke The Vienna University of Technology, Austria
Diamond defects for sensing and quantum applications
Feb-21 Dr. Kei Sawada RIKEN, Japan
Berry-phase theory with analogy among optics, dynamics, and electric circuits
Mar-3 Prof. Isabelle Zaquine Telecom Paris Tech, France
Multi-user entanglement distribution at telecom wavelength
Mar-10 Dr. Michael R. Vanner The University of Queensland, Australia
Experimental non-linear optomechanical measurement of mechanical motion
Mar-12 Dr. Erwann Bocquillon Ecole Normale Supérieure, France
Electron quantum optics in quantum Hall edge channels
Mar-26 Dr. Mandar Deshmukh Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, India
Probing phase transitions in nanoscale correlated systems showing MIT and CDW physics using nanomechanics