Science of Nanoscale Systems and their Device Applications
Science of Nanoscale Systems and their Device Applications
Agenda

Imaging at the Nanoscale
Quantum Information Processing
Nanophotonics
Nanoelectronics

FNST Schedule of Talks

Thursday, January 26

  8:00   Continental Breakfast and Registration
  8:40   Seigo Tarucha (University of Tokyo)
          Welcome and Overview of Workshop
  8:50   Robert M. Westervelt (Harvard University)
          Connections with Industry
  9:00   Robert Doering (Texas Instruments)
          Overview of US Industry Strategic Plan
  9:40   George Bourianoff (Intel Corporation)
          Beyond CMOS Devices
10:20  Coffee Break
10:40  Lars Samuelson (Lund University)
          Nanowire Electronics
11:20  Phaedon Avouris (IBM)
             Carbon Nanotube Electronics and Optoelectronics
12:00  Lunch Break
  1:20   Charles M. Marcus (Harvard University)
             Center for Nanoscale Systems
  1:30   Pushkar Apte (Semiconductor Industry Association)
             The Global Nanoelectronics Challenge
  2:10   Shriram Ramanathan (Harvard University)
             Towards Complex Oxide-based Nano-switches on Technologically Relevant           Platforms
  2:30   Hongjie Dai (Stanford University)
             Carbon Nanotube: Electrical Properties and Devices
  3:10  Coffee Break
  3:30   Yasuhiko Arakawa (IT-MEXT, University of Tokyo)
              Advances in Quantum Dots for Semiconductor Non-Classical Light Sources
  4:10    Federico Capasso (Harvard University)
              Nanophotonic Devices Based on Wires, Waveguides, and Optical Antennas
  4:50   Poster Session A with refreshments


Friday, January 27

  8:00    Continental Breakfast and Registration
  8:50    Federico Capasso (Harvard University)
              Introduction
  9:00    Naoki Yokoyama (Fujitsu)
              Carbon Nanotube Technologies towards Practical Applications in Future
           Electronics

  9:40    Pablo Jarillo-Herrero (Delft University)
              Carbon Nanotubes as Quantum Dots
10:20   Coffee Break
10:40    Kazuhiko Hirakawa (University of Tokyo)
              Dispersive Terahertz Gain of Non-Classical Oscillator: Block Oscillation
           in Semiconductor Superlattices

11:20    Andre Geim (University of Manchester)
              Electronic Properties of 2-D Carbon
12:00    Lunch Break
  1:20    Eric Heller (Harvard University)
              Imaging Electron Flow in 2DEGs with and without Magnetic Fields
  2:00    Raymond Ashoori (MIT)
              Imaging Transport Resonances in the Quantum Hall Effect
  2:40    Cyrus Hirjibehedin (IBM)
              Spin-Coupled Chains Assembled with Atomic Precision
  3:20   Coffee Break
  3:40    Michihisa Yamamoto (University of Tokyo)
              Electron Pump of One-Dimensional Wigner Crystal
  4:20     Jacob Taylor (Harvard University)
              Fault-tolerant Architecture for Quantum Computation Using Electrically
           Controlled Semiconductor Spins

  5:00   Poster Session B with refreshments


Saturday, January 28

  8:00    Continental Breakfast and Registration
  8:50    Charles M. Marcus (Harvard University)
              Introduction
  9:00    Yoshihisa Yamamoto (Stanford University)
              Cavity QED Network Connected by Coherent States
  9:40    Susumu Noda (Kyoto University)
              Photonic Crystals: Ultrahigh-Q Nanocavities/Spontaneous Emission Control
10:20   Coffee Break
10:40    Daniel Loss (University of Basel)
              Spin Qubits and Hyperfine Interactions in Single and Double
           Quantum Dots

11:20    Yoshiro Hirayama (NTT)
              Polarization, Relaxation, and Coherent Control of Nuclear Spins
           in Semiconductor Systems

12:00   Lunch Break
  1:20    Jason Petta (Harvard University)
              Controlling a Singlet-Triplet Spin Qubit
  2:00    Tsuyoshi Hatano (ICORP/JST)
              Exchange Coupling in a Few Electron Double-Dot
  2:40    Yasuhiro Tokura (NTT & ICORP/JST)
              Coherent Single Electron Spin Control in a Slanting Zeeman Field
  3:20    Seigo Tarucha (University of Tokyo)
              Concluding Comments

 

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