18 Sep 2023 - Warsaw University of Technology, Poland
NFFA-Europe Symposium “Quantum Nanomaterials” at EMRS Fall Meeting 2023 – Final Agenda
We are thrilled to unveil the lineup for the NFFA-Europe Symposium on Quantum Nanomaterials, which will be held during the European Materials Research Society (EMRS) 2023 Fall Meeting at the Warsaw University of Technology in Warsaw, Poland. The symposium consists of four sessions scheduled for September 18th from 14:00 to 17:20 and September 19th from 9:00 to 12:40 (CEST).
The Quantum Nanomaterials Symposium is organised by NFFA-Europe and chaired by Connie Bednarski-Meinke and Flavio Carsughi from Forschungzentrum Jülich, Germany, Giancarlo Panaccione from CNR-IOM, Italy, and Jose A. Martín Gago from CSIC, Spain.
The primary objective of this cutting-edge symposium is to disseminate the current state of nanoscale research to scientists from diverse backgrounds. Specifically, it aims to:
- Illuminate the pivotal quantum-driven aspects of nanoscience and nanotechnology;
- Explore innovative facets and potential future ramifications, showcasing the transformative potential of nanotechnology across various domains;
- Foster collaboration among research groups dedicated to pioneering quantum materials and related phenomena.
The symposium’s programme will feature a diverse array of invited and contributed oral presentations and posters, all at the forefront of the field. It will also provide extensive coverage of the field’s multifaceted evolution.
Below you can find the final Agenda for the NFFA-Europe Symposium on Quantum Nanomaterials (Symposium Y), which will be held in Room 206, Warsaw University of Technology.
14:15-14:30 “NFFA-Europe Pilot: a great research and innovation opportunity for the European and worldwide nanoscience community” by Flavio Carsughi, Forschungzentrum Jülich (Germany)
14:30-15:10 “Emergent honeycomb physics from chiral atomic orbitals on a triangular lattice”, by Domenico Di Sante, University of Bologna (Italy)
15:10-15:30 “Metal-insulator transition in LAO/STO interface with insertion of SrSnO3 buffer layer”, by Shikha Shrivastava, CSIR and Academy of Scientific and Innovative Research (India)
16:00-16:20 “TaCoTe2: A candidate magnetic Dirac system with a large intrinsic nonlinear hall Effect”, by Ivana Vobornik, CNR-IOM (Italy)
16:20-16:40 “Relevance of thermal fluctuations in Fe(100)-p(1x1)O in optically-induced ultrafast demagnetization”, by Alessandro De Vita, CNR-IOM and University of Milan (Italy)
16:40-17:00 “Conserving approximations for the single-impurity Anderson model: Magnetic response and the Kondo scale”, by Simon Kos, Czech Academy of Sciences (Czech Republic)
17:00-17:20 “Ultrafast scattering between bulk and topological states of photoexcited carriers in Bi2Se3 thin films, by Stefano Turchini, CNR-ISM (Italy)
09:00-09:40 “Semiconductor quantum dot arrays for quantum information transfer”, by Gloria Platero, CSIC (Spain)
09:40-10:00 “Arrangement, composition and magnetisation of epitaxial iron oxide nanoislands on strontium titanate”, by Steffen Tober, Forschungzentrum Jülich (Germany)
10:00-10:20 “Spin waves pumped by surface acoustic waves in a thin film”, by Riccardo Cucini, CNR-IOM (Italy)
10:20-10:40 “Investigation of magnetoelastic coupling in Fe(10 nm)/Py(10 nm) nanowire array”, by Marta Brioschi, University of Milan and CNR-IOM (Italy)
11:10-11:50 “Superconducting quantum optoelectronics”, by Alex Hayat, Technion-Israel Institute of Technology (Israel)
11:50-12:10 “Mn doping in low-dimensional Perovskites: A switch for controlling dopant and host emission”, by Bapi Pradhan, University of Leuven (Belgium)
12:10-12:30 “Tuning shape-imposed anisotropy via magnetic multilayers on self-organized nanospheres”, by Asmaa Qdemat, Forschungzentrum Jülich (Germany)