Seminars, Lectures and Journal Clubs - Center for Quantum Spintronics (QuSpin)
Seminars, Guest Lectures, Journal Clubs & Idea Forum
Seminars, Guest Lectures, Journal Clubs & Idea Forum
Seminars, lectures and Journal Clubs
QuSpin Room, E5-103
One of our key goal is to make our center and physics attractive for our researchers, students, partners, visitors and potential new young students, to be motivated by, and recruited into a rewarding academic carrier.
Upcoming Seminars and Guest Lectures
Upcoming Seminars and Guest Lectures
Invited speakers, PhD students, Postdocs and researchers at QuSpin give seminars on a bi-weekly basis.We encourage everyone including master students to participate at these events in order to get a peak at the ongoing research at the center.Everyone is welcome to join and contribute!
Oct 13th, at 1 PM, PhD candidate Kristian Mæland. Title: Ultracold Atomic Gases.
Sep 15th, at 1 PM, PhD candidate Tancredi Salamone. Title: Effects of electronic correlations in multiorbital superconductors.
Aug 12th, at 1 PM, Guest Lecture, Associate Professor Dr. Ipsita Mandal, University of Stavanger. Title: Emergent collective phenomena in many-body systems.
June 5th, at 1 PM, PhD candidate Payel Chatterjee. Title: TBA
Postponed: May 22nd, at 1 PM, PhD candidate Håkon Ivarssøn Røst. Title: Light-induced anomalous Hall effect in graphene
May 7th, at 1 PM, PhD candidate Martin Fonnum Jakobsen. Title: TBA
April 24th, at 1 PM, PhD candidate Eirik Erlandsen. Title: TBA
March 27th, at 1 PM PhD candidate Frode Sneve Strand.Title: Title: Investigating dysprosium as a magnetic dopant in molybdenum disulfide.
March 13th, at 1 PM PhD candidate Atousa Ghanbari Birgani.Title: TBA
Feb 26th, at 1 PM, Guest Lecture, PhD Candidate Richard Schlitz, Institut für Festkörper- und Materialphysik, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany. Title: Non-local magnetotransport in YIG/Pt and Cr2O3/Pt
Feb 14th , at 1 PM, PhD candidate Arnau Sala.Title: Singlet-only Spin Qubits.
Feb 5th, Guest Lecture, Prof.Dr. Olena Gomonay. Title: Spin Current Induced Dynamics of Antiferromagnetic Textures.
Jan 30th at 1 PM, PhD candidate Haakon Thømt Simensen. Title: TBA
Dec 22nd, at 1 PM, PhD candidate Morten Amundsen.Title:TBA
Dec 6th, at 1 PM, PhD candidate Frode Sneve Strand. Title: TBA
Dec 3rd, at 1 PM. Visitor lecture. Prof.Dr. Jochen Mannhart. Max Planck Institute, Germany. Title: Mesoscopic Devices That Disregard Onsager's Reciprocal Relation.
Dec 2nd, at 12 AM. Visitor lecture. PhD Candidate Camilo Ulloa. Utrecht University, The Netherlands. Title: Nonlocal Spin Transport as a Probe of Viscous Magnon Fluids.
Nov 25th, at 1 PM, Visitor lecture, Prof.Huan-Qiang Zhou. Chongqing University, China.Title: Instability of the Luttinger liquids to fractal phases: An alternative to Landau's spontaneous symmetry breaking.
Nov 22nd, at 1 PM, PhD candidate Matthias Hartl. Title: Progress in the MBE-lab: Of the struggle to build up a lab from scratch.
Nov 8th, at 1 PM, PhD candidate Even Thingstad. Title: Electron-phonon coupling and superconductivity in 2D materials.
Nov 8th, at 2.15 PM, Friday colloquim at IFY, Visitor Prof. Mikhail Katsnelson, Radboud University, the Netherlands. Title: Does God play dice?
Oct 25th, at 1 PM, PhD candidate Jørgen Holme Qvist. Title: Semiconductor spin qubits.
Oct 11th, at 1 PM, PhD candidate Henning Goa Hugdal. Title: Inverse proximity effect in superconductors coupled to topological insulators.
Oct 8th, at 1 PM, Visitor Dr. Charles Downing, Universidad de Zaragosa, Spain. Title: Topological phases of polaritons in a cavity waveguide.
Sept 30th, at 1 PM, Visitor Dr. Mahroo Shiranzaei. Title: The indirect exchange interaction in the tological insulator and its thin version.
Sept 27th, at 10 AM, Co-PI, Professor Mathias Kläui. Title: Quantum Spintronics in Mainz- Opportunities for Collaborations.
Sept 17th, at 1-2 PM, Visitor Dr. Anna Pogrebna, EPLF, Lausanne, Switzwerland.Title: Quantum optomagnonics of two-magnon modes in antiferromagnets.
Sept 13th, at 1 PM, Håvard Homleid Haugen. Title: Chiral phase transitions in two-component superconductors.
Sept 13th, at 11-12 AM, Visitor Professor Janeus Sadowski, Linnæus University/Polish Academy of Sciences. Title: MoTe2 thin films and nanostructures grown by molecular beam epitaxy
Sept 2nd,at 1 PM,Visitor Associate Professor Dr. Akbar Jafari,Sharif University of Technology, Teheran, Iran.Title: Superconducting Proximity in Dirac/Weyl Systems.
June 13th, PostDoc Xiansi Wang Title: Current driven dynamics of magnetic hopfions.
May 30th, Researcher Alireza Qaiumzadeh. Title: Antiferromagnetic Skyrmions.
May 16th, PostDoc Robert Troncoso Title: TBA
May 2nd, Researcher Sol H. Jacobsen. Title: Super Cavitronics- an introduction
April 29th, Visitor PhD Sanchar Sharma, University of Delft, the Netherlands. Title: Optical manipulation of magnons in ferromagnets.
March 21st, PhD candidate Arnau Sala. Title: Quantum Dots, spins and Pauli's exclusion principle: Spin resonances in the strong driving regime.
March 7th, PhD candidate Martin Fonnum Johansen. Title: Scattering Theory through disordered magnets.
February 7th, PhD candidate Øyvind Johansen. Title: Cavity Spintronics.
June 21st, Visitor Dr. Dmytro Polischuk Title: Thermal and spin dynamic effects in synthetic antiferromagnets.Erik Holmgren Resonant core dynamics in strongly coupled spin vortex pairs.
June 8th, Researcher;Alireza Qaiumzadeh. Title: All-magnonic helicity dependent domain-wall motion in antiferromagnets.
Visitor Prof. So Takei. Title: Spin current fluctuations in one-dimensional quantum paramagnets.
May 25th, PhD candidate Sverre Gulbrandsen. Title: Ultrafast switching of ferro- and ferrimagnets described by Schwinger bosons.
Visitor Prof. Wolfgang Belzig. Title: Aspects of Mesoscopic Super Conductivity. Topological Junction and Frustrated Dissipation.
May 4th, PhD candidate Jabir Ali Ouassou. Title: Bistability and hysteresis in superconducting materials.
April 30th, Visitor Prof. Alex Khajetoorians. Title: Spin sensing and magnetic design, one atom at a time.
April 20th,Rajesh Kumar Chellappan. Title: Preparation of Graphene/SioO2/SiC structure for Electronic and Spintronic Devices.
April 6th, PhD candidate Fredrik Nicolai Krohg. Title:Derivation of a Ginzburg-Landau free energy density containing mixed gradient terms of a p+ip superconductor with spin-orbit coupling.
March Prof. Mathias Kläui. Title: Quantum Spintronics at Mauinz- from spin superfluidity to topologically protected spin structures.
March 16th, Alex Schenk. Title: Experimental methods for investigating low-dimensional electronic systems.
March 6th, Visitor Prof. Christoph Tegenkamp. Title: Spin-charge transport phenomena on the atomic scale.
February 26th, Visitor Paramita Dutta.
February 22nd, Visitor Charlotte Saunders.
February 20th, Visitor Benedetta Flebus.
February 16th, PhD candidate Arnau Sala.Title: Spin qubits in quantum dots: Decoherence-free subspaces in exchange-only multi-dot qubits.
February 6th, Visitor Scott Bender.
February 2nd, Eirik Løhaugen Fjærbu. Title: Superconductivity induced by interfacial coupling to magnons.
January, Visitor Phillip Hofmann.
December 7th, Suraj Kumar Singh. Title: Spintronics in metallic oxides and magnonic crystals.
November 23rd, Øyvind Johansen. Title: Controlling antiferromagnetic resonance by an external magnetic field.
November 9th, Roberto Troncoso. Title: Self-oscillators, spin–orbit torques and antiferromagnets.
October 26th, Sol Jacobsen. Title: Superconductivity and spin–orbit coupling in diffusive heterostructures: a research summary.
October 11th, Vetle Risinggård. Title:Current-induced domain wall motion. Spin–orbit torques.
September 28th, Henning Goa Hugdal. Title:Superconductivity in weakly repulsive 2D Hubbard model with Rashba spin-orbit coupling and magnetic field.
September 14th, Morten Amundsen. Title: Simulation of superconducting systems in 2D and 3D: a tutorial on the finite element method.
September 1st, Visitor Flavio Nogueira, Leibnitz Institute in Dresden. Title: Duality between a 3D topological Mott insulator and a topological superconductor.
QuSpin International seminar series_ online on zoom.
QuSpin International seminar series_ online on zoom.
We are launching our international seminar serie online on zoom!
We have invited key speakers to give a 45 minutes presentation with a 15 minutes follow-up dialogue and questions. The participation is by invitation.
September 7th, at 1-2 PM, Dr. Niladri Banerjee, Loughborough University, UK. Host: Sol H. Jakobsen. Title: Spin-orbit Coupling Effects in Superconducting Spintronics.
August 17th, at 1-2 PM, Dr. Charlotte Saunders, STFC Rutherford Appelton Laboratory, UK. Host: Justin Wells. Title: A Deeper Look by Pump-Probe ARPES at Valley-Selective Dichroism in 2D TMDCs: Spin-Orbit Coupling, Symmetry-Breaking, Matrix Elements, and More.
June 22nd, at 1-2 PM. Researcher Paola Gentile, CNR-Spin, University of Salerno, Italy. Host: Jacob Linder. Title: "Geometrically tunable spintronic effects and topological states in low-dimensional nanostructures".
June 15th, at 1-2 PM, Professor Dr. Mathias Kläui, University of Mainz, Germany. Host: Arne Brataas. Title: "Antiferromagnetic Insulatronics: Spintronics without magnetic fields and moving electrons".
June 8th, at 1-2 PM. Professor Rembert Duine, University of Utrecht, the Netherlands. Host: Arne Brataas. Title: "Geometry and topology in magnetic dynamics".
May 25th at 1-2 PM, Professor, Dr. Ronny Thomale, University of Würzburg, Germany. Host: Asle Sudbø. Title: "Room temperature quantum spin Hall effect".
May 18th at 4-5 PM, Professor Jing Shi, University of California, USA. Host: Arne Brataas. Title: "Spin Currents in unaxial antiferromagnets".
* The dates and titles may be subject to change.
Idea Forum for younger researchers
Idea Forum for Younger Researchers
We encourage to take part in the self-organized Idea Forum the younger researchers. Here projects, ideas, and research challenges are shared, stimulating collaboration across both the theoretical and experimental field, as well as between Ph.Ds, Post Docs and researchers.
Upcoming Journal Clubs
We arrange bi-weekly Journal Clubs where we focus on articles with a specific field or topic with the aim of learning the topic. The expectation is that the audience should be able to learn from the presentation alone. The discussions are mediated by a chair. All members are expected to participate.
October20th, PhD candidate Even Thingstad. Chair: Boundary Criticality of PT-Invariant Topology and Second-Order Nodal-Line Semimetals.
June 26th, PhD candidate Arnau Sala . Chair: Roberto . Cancelled. Troncoso https://journals.aps.org/prb/abstract/10.1103/PhysRevB.99.125403 Chiral Casimir forces: Repulsive, enhanced, tunable
June 2th, PhD candidate Jørgen Holme Qvist. Chair: Arnau Sala
https://journals.aps.org/prl/pdf/10.1103/PhysRevLett.124.010510 Long-Distance Distribution of Atom-Photon Entanglement at Telecom Wavelength
May 29th, PhD candidate Longfei He. Chair: Alireza Qaiumzadeh
https://journals.aps.org/prl/pdf/10.1103/PhysRevLett.124.017201 Fundamental Spin Interactions Underlying the Magnetic Anisotropy in the Kitaev Ferromagnet CrI3
May 15th, PhD candidate Håkon Ivarssønn Røst. Chair: Roberto Troncoso
Title: Light-induced anomalous Hall effect in graphene
April 17th, PhD candidate Matthias Hartl. Chair: Roberto Troncoso
https://www.nature.com/articles/s41565-019-0525-8 All-electric magnetization switching and Dzyaloshinskii–Moriya interaction in WTe2/ferromagnet heterostructures
April 3rd, PostDoc Junhui Zheng. Chair: Roberto Troncoso
https://journals.aps.org/prl/pdf/10.1103/PhysRevLett.124.010401 Preparing Atomic Topological Quantum Matter by Adiabatic Nonunitary Dynamics
March 20th , PhD candidate Eirik Holm Fyhn. Chair: Xiansi Wang
https://journals.aps.org/prl/abstract/10.1103/PhysRevLett.123.146801 Chiral Gravitons in Fractional Quantum Hall Liquids
March 6th, PhD candidate Jonas Lidal. Chair: Alireza Qaiumzadeh
https://journals.aps.org/prl/pdf/10.1103/PhysRevLett.124.010603 Feedback-Induced Quantum Phase Transitions Using Weak Measurements
February 21th, PhD candidate Lina Grøvan Johnsen. Chair: Sol Jacobsen
https://journals.aps.org/prl/pdf/10.1103/PhysRevLett.119.046801 Fractional Spin and Josephson Effect in Time-Reversal-Invariant Topological Superconductors
February 7th, PhD candidate Andreas T. G. Janssønn. Chair: Akashdeep Kamra Strong Coupling between Magnons and Microwave Photons in On-Chip Ferromagnet-Superconductor Thin-Film Devices
December 13th, PhD candidate Håvard Homleid Haugen. TBA
November 29th, PostDoc Vasil Saroka. Chair: Arnau Sala. Universal quantum logic in hot silicon qubits.
November 15th, PostDoc Roberto Troncoso. Chair: Xiansi Wang.
Topological Insulators in Amorphous Systems.
November 1st, PhD Candidate Eirik Erlandsen. Chair: Roberto Troncoso.
Topological Anderson Insulator.
October 18th, PhD candidate Frode Sneve Strand. Chair: Akashdeep Kamra.
Electronic quasiparticle renormalization on the spin wave energy scale.
October 4th, PhD candidate Atousa Ghanbari Birgani. Chair: Akashdeep Kamra.
Landauer Formula for a Superconducting Quantum Point Contact.
September 20th, PhD candidate Martin Fonnum Jakobsen. Chair: Alireza Qaiumzadeh
Magnetoanisotropic Andreev Reflection in Ferromagnet-Superconductor Junctions.
September 6th, PhD candidate Morten Amundsen. Chair: Sol Jacobsen.
Controlling the electromagnetic proximity effect by tuning the mixing between superconducting and ferromagnetic order.
June 20th, PostDoc Xiansi Wang. Chair: Asle Sudbø.
Edge States and Topological Invariants of Non-Hermitian Systems.
June 6th, PhD candidate Matthias Hartll. Chair: Maximillian Kessel.
Resonance Microwave Measurements of an Intrinsic Spin-Orbit Coupling Gap in Graphene: A Possible Indication of a Topological State.
May 23rd, PhD candidate Haakon Thømt Simensen. Chair: Sol Jacobsen.
Nonlocal Spin Transport Mediated by a Vortex Liquid in Superconductors.
May 9th,PhD candidate Håkon Ivarssøn Røst.
Spin resolved bandstructure imaging with a high resolution momentum microscope.
April 25th, PhD candidate Arnau Sala.
A programmable two-qubit quantum processor in silicon.
April 11th, PhD candidate Payel Chatterjee.
Spin colossal magnetoresistance in an antiferromagnetic insulator.
February 14th, PhD candidate Even Thingstad.
Rapid change of superconductivity and electron-phonon coupling through critical doping in Bi-2212.