23 Apr 16:15
Prof. Floris Zwanenburg
"Quantum dots and superconductivity in silicon systems"
Host: Dominik Zumbühl QSIT/QC2
24 Apr 12:15
New Lecture Room 1
Christian Jünger (Schönenberger group)
“Cooper-pair splitting in a double InAs nanowire.”
Olesia Dmytruk (Klinovaja group)
"Detection of Majorana fermions in cavity QED"
24 Apr 13:15
Seminar room 1.09, 1st floor
Prof. Somnath Bhattacharyya
University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa
"Understanding Superconducting Order Parameter in Boron-doped Nanocrystalline Diamond Films"
Host: C. Schönenberger
25 Apr 10:30
Meeting Room 1.09, 1st floor
Prof. Paul Steen
Cornell University, USA
"Rapid solidification forming of glassy metallic ribbons by planar flow casting"
Host: Laurent Marot
27 Apr 15:15
Universidad Autonoma de Madrid
"Majoranas in Condensed Matter: topology and non-locality"
[Col] Host: J. Klinovaja, D. Loss QC2/QSIT
25 Apr 14:00
Seminar Room 3.12, 3rd floor
PhD defense of Sridhar Reddy Avula Venkata
PSI and University of Basel
"Ferroelectric control of magnetism in artificial multiferroic composites"
Faculty responsible: Prof. F. Nolting
26 Apr 17:30
Neuen Hörsaal 1
Fachvorträge & Öffentlichkeitsarbeit an Schulen mit Labor-Führungen & Apéro
26 Apr 14:15
Lecture Hall 1, Foyer
PhD defense of Cezar Harabula
"Lumped impedance Matchers and GHz Noise Investigation of Quantum Dots"
Faculty Responsible: Prof. C. Schönenberger
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