Emergent Relativistic Effects in Condensed Matter
From Fundamental Aspects to Electronic Functionality

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When and where
Fri - 21.06.2019
15:00 h
Room: PHY 4.1.13
Prof. Dr. Christoph Strunk
Uni Regensburg
"Evidence of topological superconductivity in planar Josephson junctions" by A. Fornierei et al., Nature 569, 89 (2019)
Mon - 24.06.2019
13:15 h
Room: PHY 7.1.21
Raffael Spachtholz
Universität Regensburg
Ultrafast terahertz control of extreme tunnel currents through single atoms on a silicon surface
Mon - 24.06.2019
14:00 h
Room: PHY 2.0.31
Dr. Andreas Sperlich
Julius Maximilian Universität Würzburg
Spin-Effects in Next-Generation Organic Light Emitting Diodes
Thu - 27.06.2019
13:30 h
Room: PHY 9.2.01
Asbjørn Drachmann
University of Copenhagen, Denmark
High critical field superconducting heterostructures using anodic oxidation. A candidate for perfect Andreev reflection of quantum Hall edge states.
Mon - 01.07.2019
13:15 h
Room: PHY 7.1.21
Jascha Repp
Universität Regensburg
Implementing Functionality in Molecular Self-Assembled Monolayers
Tue - 02.07.2019
14:15 h
Room: PHY 9.2.01
Prof. Dr. Joachim Burgdörfer
Universität Wien, Österreich
Attosecond physics: from atoms to condensed matter
Thu - 04.07.2019
15:15 h
Room: PHY 5.0.21
Dr. Gregor Tkachov
Universität Augsburg, Deutschland
Cooperons, Cooper pairs and Majorana fermions in 2D topological materials
Tue - 16.07.2019
14:15 h
Room: PHY 9.2.01
Dr. Boris Narozhny
Karlsruher Institut für Technologie, Deutschland
Hydrodynamic approach to electronic transport
Tue - 23.07.2019
14:15 h
Room: PHY 9.2.01
Prof. Dr. Noejung Park
Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology, Republic of Korea
Real-time dynamics of topological solid states


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Doris Meier
Universität Regensburg



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