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

Frontiers in Nanoscale Science and Technology Workshop

January 5-7, 2011
RIKEN Wako Campus, Saitama, Japan

Wednesday, January 5

9:50     Hiroyuki Sakai (Tokyo Inst Tech): Opening Remarks
10:00   Konstantin Novoselov (Manchester): Graphene and its Chemical Derivatives
10:30   Tsuneya Ando (Tokyo Inst Tech): Roles of Pseudo-spin in Electronic and Transport               Properties of Graphene
11:00    Break
11:15    Christian Glattli (CEA Saclay): Cross-over from Mott to Efros-Schklovslii Variable Range                Hoping due to Screening in the Quantum Hall Effect Regime in Graphene Monolayers
11:45   Pablo Jarillo Herrero (MIT): Electronic Transport in Graphene on Boron Nitride Devices
12:15    Conference Photo and Break

14:00   Lars Samuelson (Lund): Recent Progress in Opto-Electronic Nanowire Devices
14:30   Tetsuo Hanaguri (RIKEN): Landau Quantization of Dirac Surface State in a Topological               Insulator
15:00   Kentaro Nomura (RIKEN): Quantum Transport of Dirac Fermion on the Surface of               Topological Insulator
15:30    Break
16:00   Heiner Linke (Lund): Nonlinear Thermoelectric Phenomena
16:30   Tobias Beetz (Stanford): Nanoscale Electric and Magnetic Imaging
17:00   Hongqi Xu (Lund): Spin States, Spin Correlations, Supercurrent, and Multiple Andreev
               Reflections in InSb Nanowire Quantum Devices

17:30     Michihisa Yamamoto (Univ. Tokyo): Electrical Control of a Flying Charge Qubit and
               Geometric Phase of an Aharonov-Bohm Ring

18:00    Poster Session
18:30    Poster Session

Thursday, January 6

10:00    Masahiro Nomura (Univ. Tokyo): Single Quantum Dot Photonic Crystal Nanocavity Lasers
10:30   Jonathan Fan (Harvard): Self-Assembled Colloidal Plasmonic Systems
11:00    Break
11:15   Hajime Okamoto (NTT): Carrier-mediated Opto-mechanical Coupling in GaAs               Cantilevers
11:45    Hongkun Park (Harvard): Optoplasmonic Engineering of Light-Matter Interactions
12:15    Break

14:00   Daniel Loss (U Basel): Helical Modes in Carbon Nanotubes
14:30   Charles Smith (Cambridge): Can we use a Carbon Nanotube Double Quantum Dot for                  Single Spin Detection
15:00    Sergey Frolov (TU Delft): Spin-orbit Qubit in a Semiconductor Nanowire
15:30     Break
16:00   Hendric Bluhm (Harvard): Long Coherence in GaAs Electron Spin Qubits via Nuclear                Bath Preparation and Dynamic Decoupling
16:30    Gijs de Lange (TU Delft): Universal Dynamical Decoupling of a Single Solid-state Spin
               from a Spin Bath

17:00    Fumihiro Matsukura (Tohoku Univ.): Electric-field Control of Magnetism in                Semiconductors and Metals
17:30     Break

18:00    Banquet

Friday, January 7

10:00   Kota Tateno (NTT): Characterization of InP-related Nanowires
10:30   Paul Sheehan (Naval Research Lab): Using Heatable AFM Probes for the Nanolithography
               of Graphene, Polymers, and Nanoparticles

11:00    Break
11:15   Meni Wanunu (U Penn): Graphene Nanopores: Structure, Properties and Function
11:45   Axel Scherer (Caltech): Opportunities of Lithographically Defined Devices with               Nanometer Lateral Dimensions
12:15   Bob Westervelt (Harvard): Imaging Coherent Transport in Graphene
12:45   Bob Westervelt (Harvard) Koji Ishibashi (RIKEN): Closing Remarks


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