Welcome International Symposium on Nanoscale Transport and Technology -ISNTT2009-

Invited Speakers

Invited speakers and Tentative titles.
Confirmed invited speakers:
Ian Appelbaum (University of Maryland)
"Spin injection, transport, and control in Silicon"
Ania Bleszynski-Jayich (Yale University)
"Measurements of persistent currents in normal metal rings using a micromechanical magnetometer"
John Clarke (UC Berkeley)
"Near-Quantum-Limited SQUID Amplifier"
Per Delsing(Chalmers University of Technology)
"Tunable cavities for qubit coupling and parametric amplifiers and oscillators"
Daniel Esteve (CEA-Saclay)
"Transition from weak to strong measurement, and single-shot readout in Cooper pair boxes"
Klaus-Jüergen Friedland (PDI)
"High-mobility electron transport on cylindrical surfaces"
Lutz. Geelhaar (PDI)
"In-situ study of catalyst-induced GaN nanowire growth"
Kees Harmans (TU-Delft)
"Flux qubits: Tunable parameters and fast low-noise readout"
Mordehai Heiblum (Weizmann Institute)
"Electron interference in two dimensions: phase measurements, controlled dephasing and phase recovery"
Toshiro Hiramoto (The University of Tokyo)
"Silicon Nanowire FETs and Single-Electron/Hole Transistors under Uniaxial Strain at Room Temperature"
Thomas Ihn (ETH Zurich)
"Back-action of quantum point contact charge detectors"
Kohei M. Itoh(Keio University)
"Magnetic-field control of the Bell states formed by nuclear-spins and electron-spins of phosphorus in silicon"
Patricia Lee (GTS/ARL)
"Coherent control of pairs of atoms in a double-well optical lattice." (tentative)
Anthony J. Leggett (University of Illinois)
"Some thoughts on the prospcts for topological quantum computation"
John Mamin (IBM Research Division)
"Nanoscale Magnetic Resonance Imaging Based on Ultrasensitive Force Detection"
John Martinis (UCSB)
"Generating Arbitrary Photon States with Superconducting Qubits: the Quantum Digital to Analog Converter"
Laurens W. Molenkamp (Universität Würzburg)
"Spin Hall effects in HgTe Quantum Well Structures"
John J. L. Morton (University of Oxford)
"Solid state quantum memory using the 31P nuclear spin: coherent electron spin storage beyond a second"
Gilles Nogues (ENS/LKB)
"Cryogenic microtraps for ground state and Rydberg atoms"
Jukka Pekola (Helsinki University of Technology)
"Hybrid single-electron turnstile"
Nicolas Roch (Institut Neel, CNRS, Joseph Fourier University)
"Observation of a Quantum Phase Transition in a single-molecule Quantum Dot"
Jörg Schmiedmayer (TU-Wien)
"A Quantum Interconnect between the Solid State - Atomic - Photonic QuantumWorlds"
Irfan Siddiqi (UC Berkeley)
"The Josephson Chirped Amplifier: A dispersive, non-switching threshold detector"
Jaw-Shen Tsai (NEC/RIKEN)
"Toward Scalable Superconducting Qubits"
Lieven Vandersypen (TUDelft)
"Control of electron and nuclear spins in a quantum dot"