Programme

Monday 4 September

08:15      

Registration

08:45

Opening remarks: S Kumar, University College London, UK

 

Session I: 2D system
Chair: Seigo Tarucha, Tokyo University, Japan

09:00

Plenary Speaker: Fractional Quantum Hall effect in a spin
Jainendra Jain, Penn State University, USA

10:00

Invited Talk: Quantization of heat flow (and its breakdown) in Fractional Quantum Hall states  
Moty Heiblum, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel

10:45

Coffee break

11:15

Invited Talk: Classical tomography of single-electron wave-packet arrival distribution 
Masaya Kataoka, National Physical Laboratory, UK

 11:45

Orientation of hole quantum Hall nematic phases in a perpendicular electric field
Joanna Waldie, University of Cambridge, UK

12:00

Disentangling surface and bulk transport in topological insulator p-n Junctions
Dirk Backes, Loughborough University, UK

12:15

Anisotropic fractional Quantum Hall effect
Zlatko Papic, University of Leeds, UK

12:30

Electron transport coupled to mechanical motion in nanoelectromechanical systems with a two-dimensional electron gas
Andrey Shevyrin, Rzhanov Institute of Semiconductor Physics SB RAS, Russia

12:45

Group Photograph and Lunch

 

Session: II Quantum Dots and entanglement
Chair: Konstantin Matveev, Argonne National University, USA

14:00

Invited Talk: Versatile spin controls with multiple quantum dots: Multiple qubits, QND, and entanglement transfer
Seigo Tarucha, Tokyo University, Japan

14:45

Invited Talk:  Wave transport in two-dimensional wave-mechanical nano-dots and billiards with gain and loss under parity-time symmetry
Karl-Fredrik Berggren, Linköping University, Sweden

15:15

Thermal decay of the Coulomb blockade oscillations
Edvin Idrisov, University of Geneva, Switzerland

15:30

Heralded generation of maximal entanglement via incoherent coupling to thermal baths
Géraldine Haack, University of Geneva, Switzerland

15:45

Coffee break

16:15

Spin and valley transport through carbon nanotube double quantum dots
Edward Laird, Oxford University, UK

16:30

Role of random edge-vacancy disorder on the transport properties of zig-zag graphene nanoribbons
Yvette Hancock, University of York, UK

16:45

Invited Talk: Dilution refrigerators for Quantum technology and applications
Graham Batey, Oxford Instruments, UK

17:15

Poster sparkler

17:30

Poster session and reception
Chair: Irfan Siddiqi & Charles Smith

19:30

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Tuesday 5 September 

08:30    

Registration

 

Session: III 1D system
Chair: Jainendra Jain, Penn State University, USA

09:00

Plenary Talk: Interaction and spin effects in semiconductor nanostructures 
Michael Pepper, University College London, UK

10:00

Invited Talk: Electrical and thermal transport in inhomogeneous Luttinger Liquids
Konstantin Matveev, Argonne National Laboratory, USA

10:45

Coffee Break

11:15

Invited Talk: A statistic study of the 0.7e2/h quantum conductance anomaly in quantum point contacts
Charles Smith, University of Cambridge, UK

11:45

Quantum impurity physics in high-impedance transmission lines
Roman Kuzmin, University of Maryland, USA

12:00

Manipulation and detection of spin polarization in one-dimension
Chengyu Yan, University College London, UK

12:15

Spin injection in graphene with 1D contacts
Ivan J. Vera Marun, University of Manchester, UK

12:30

Quantum phase transition detected through one-dimensional ballistic conductance
Abolfazl Bayat, University College London, UK

12:45

Lunch

 

Session: IV Superconductor and Spin effects
Chair: Michael Pepper, University College London, UK

14:00

Invited Talk: Simulating topological band structure using quantum walks
Irfan Siddiqi, University of California, USA

14:45

Invited Talk: Observation of spin-charge separation and a hierarchy of modes in an interacting 1D system
Chris Ford, University of Cambridge, UK

15:15

Spintronic aspects of quantum ballistic transport in Germanium
Stuart Holmes, Toshiba Cambridge Research Laboratory, UK

15:30

Back action of photo-excited graphene electrons on incident photons by hybridized radiative and evanescent fields
Danhong Huang, US Air Force Research Lab, USA

15:45

Coffee break

16:15

Microwave spectroscopy of a carbon nanotube charge qubit
Mark Buitelaar, University College London, UK

16:30

GeTe: a non-centrosymmetric spin-orbit coupled superconductor
Vijay Narayan, University of Cambridge, UK

16:45

Invited Talk: Exotic superconductivity in an alkali-metal doped topological insulator
Irina Grigorieva, University of Manchester, UK

17:15

Concluding remarks and Best Poster award

17:30

Close

Key dates

    • Poster submission deadline:
      10 August 2017
    • Registration deadline:
      20 August 2017
    • Proceedings deadline [extended]:
      30 September 2017
    • Estimated publication date:
      31 October 2017