Conferences/workshops, and invited talks by researchers at QuSpin

2023

 

DPG Conference

Berlin, Germany. September 21-23. 

 

Realfagsdagene, NTNU.

Trondheim, Norway. March 20-23.

 

APS March Meeting

Las Vegas, USA. March 5-10.

 

 

2022

 

November 

 

Gemini Autumn School on Quantum Computation.

Oslo, Norway. November 16-18.  

 

AVS 68th International Symposium & Exhibition

Pittsburg, USA. November 6-11.

- Associate professor Hendrik Bentmann. Title: Topological States in the van der Waals Magnet MnBi2Te4: from 3D to 2D.

 

Superconducting spintronics 2022- International workshop on superconducting spintronics 

Online (Zoom). November 2-3.

- Professor Jacob Linder. Title: Superconducting spintronics: a review of its present state.

- PhD  student Lina Grøvan Johnsen. Title: Spin-triplet superconductivity: Controllable enhancement and coupling to magnon spin currents.

 

October

 

Linjeforeningen Delta, NTNU

Trondheim, Norway.

- Senior researcher Dr. Sol Jacobsen. Inspirational talk. 

 

Korea-Nordic co-operation workshop on Quantum Materials

Stockholm, Sweden. 

- Senior researcher Dr. Sol Jacobsen. Title: The role of geometric design in superconducting spintronics.

 

September

 

Nordic Quantum Connection Workshop

Scandic Park Hotel Helsinki, Finland. September 28.

- Professor Jeroen Danon. Title: Solid-State Spin Qubits.

 

CRIM2022 - Superconducting spintronics in low dimensions.

London, UK. September 19.

- Professor Jacob Linder. Title: Complete magnetic control over the superconducting thermoelectric effect.

 

Materials Science and Engineering Congress (MSE 2022)

Darmstadt, Germany. September 27 – 29.

- Professor Dennis Meier. Title: The third dimension of ferroelectric domain walls

 

International Workshop on Topological Structures (TOPO 2022)

 Mainz, Germany. September 12 – 16

- Professor Dennis Meier. Title: Nanoscale 3D imaging of ferroelectric domain wall networks

 

Spin Qubit 5 Conference

Pontresina, Switzerland. September 9.

- Professor Jeroen Danon. Title: Spin blockade and spin-orbit coupling.

 

DPG Conference

Regensburg, Germany. September 4 – 9

- Professor Dennis Meier. Title: Functional ferroics

 

August 

 

University of Regensburg PhD Summer School on "Dynamics of Lower-Dimensional Systems"

 DJH Jugendherberge Nürnberg, Germany. August 18.

- Professor Jeroen Danon. Title: Solid-State Spin Qubits.(3 hours of lectures)

 

CMD29 workshop on geometric design in spintronics.

Manchester, England. August 21-26

- Senior researcher Dr. Sol Jacobsen. Title: Superconducting spintronics in curved geometries.

 

July

 

UCSB Quantum Foundry

Santa Barbara, USA. July 7

- PhD student Håkon Røst. Title: Disentangling Rich Many-Body Physics with Modern Photoemission Techniques (flyer)

 

June

 

IEEE-UFFC's FerroSchool

Lyon, France. June 20 - 25.

- Professor Dennis Meier. Title:  Improper ferroelectrics – domains, domain walls and emergent functional properties.

 

May

 

Novel Quantum Phases in Superconducting Heterostructures. 769. WE-Heraeus-Seminar

Bad Honnef, Germany. May 30- June 2.

- Professor Jacob Linder. Title: Breaking the Clogston-Chandrasekhar limit via flat bands and giant anisotropy in antiferromagnetic Josephson junctions.

 

Workshop on Emergent phenomena in low-dimensional ferroelectric structures.

Berlin, Germany. May 26 – 27.

- Professor Dennis Meier. Title.The third dimension of ferroelectric domain walls

 

March

 

Norway - Japan Quantum Computing Webinar

Online. March 9.

- Professor Jeroen Danon. Title: Quantum Computing Technology – Norway.

 

TRR 80: From Electronic Correlations to Functionality Seminar.

Augsburg, Germany. March 23.

- Professor Dennis Meier. Title: Functional topological solitons in chiral and non-chiral materials.

 

Realfagsdagene, NTNU.

Trondheim, Norway. March.

- Professor Jacob Linder. Title: Superconductors turn up to the heat.

 

February

 

Nordic virtual condensed matter seminar.

Stockholm, Sweden. February 21.

- Professor Jacob Linder. Title: Magnon spin-current induced by a triplet Cooper pair supercurrent.