545. Wilhelm and Else Heraeus Seminar

Superconducting Proximity and Josephson Effects in Nanoscale Systems

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545. Wilhelm and Else Heraeus Seminar

Superconducting Proximity and Josephson Effects in Nanoscale Systems

Physikzentrum Bad Honnef, November 19 to 22, 2013

funded and organized by the Wilhelm and Else Heraeus Foundation

Topics

  • Majorana states in topolpgical superconductor heterostructures
  • Proximity effects though molecular layers and in nanoparticles
  • Mechanisms of the long-range proximity effect in ferromagnets
  • Superconductivity in graphene and other two-dimensional systems
  • Time-dependent phenomena in mesoscopic superconductors
  • Quantum phase slip phenomena and persistent current in networks and films
  • Quantum hybrid structures and quantum measurement in superconducting circuits

 

Invited speakers:

J. Aarts, Leiden
S. Bergeret, San Sebastian
H. Bouchiat, Paris
V. Bouchiat, Grenoble
H. Buhmann, Würzburg
A. Cottet, Paris
O. Entin-Wohlmann, Tel Aviv
F. Giazotto, Pisa
Ç. Girit
R. Gross, München
L. Kouwenhoven, Delft
O. Millo, Jerusalem
Yu. Nazarov, Delft
I. Pop, Yale
C. Quay, Orsay
J. Robinson, Cambridge
L. Rokhinson, Purdue
D. Vion, Saclay
F.K. Wilhelm-Mauch, Saarbrücken
M. Wimmer, Leiden
J. Lisenfeld, Karlsruhe
J. König, Duisburg/Essen

official WEH programme (18.11.2013)

Scientific Organizers

Elke Scheer (University of Konstanz)
Christoph Strunk (University of Regensburg)
Wolfgang Belzig (University of Konstanz)

Organization

Wilhelm and Else Heraeus-Foundation