Semiconductor for breakfast

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Semiconductor for breakfast will be back! Every day from 15 to 26 March a fascinating talk on a current topic in semiconductor physics is presented. The talks will be live in Zoom and shall be accessible in particular to (PhD-)students. The talks will take place breakfast time at 10:15am, followed by time for questions. You can participate without registration by just using the weblink.

 

Attention! The weblink will be announced at the beginning of March at this website!

15.03.21 - Light from Silicon

Erik Bakkers (Eindhoven University of Technology)mehr...

16.03.21 - Semiconductor nanolasers

Jesper Mørk (Technical University of Denmark)mehr...

17.03.21 - 2D van-der-Waals materials: phonons and excitons

Janina Maultzsch (FAU Erlangen Nürnberg)mehr...

18.03.21 - Fighting germs with deep UV LEDs

Michael Kneissl (TU Berlin)mehr...

19.03.21 - Brain-inspired computing with resistive memory

Irem Boybat (IBM Research Europe)mehr...

22.03.21 - Buckling induced flat bands: giant nanoscale periodic strain

Francois Peeters (University of Antwerp)mehr...

23.03.21 - NIR and MIR Lasers and their use in sensing applications

Johannes Koeth (nanoplus Nanosystems and Technologies GmbH)mehr...

24.03.21 - Quantum Fluids of Interacting Photons

Daniele Sanvitto (CNR Nanotec - Lecce)mehr...

25.03.21 - Collective phenomena in a QD nuclear spin ensemble

Claire LeGall (University of Cambridge)mehr...

26.03.21 - A quantum dot in a tunable microcavity as a fast and bright source of coherent single photons

Richard Warburton (University of Basel)mehr...