Regensburg 2019 – wissenschaftliches Programm
O 26: Focus Session: Designer Quantum Systems I (joint session O/TT)
Dienstag, 2. April 2019, 10:30–12:45, H15
Toy models are simplistic theoretical constructs, meant to capture the basic principles of complex phenomena observed in experiment. Recent amazing advances in condensed matter physics have enabled the reverse, namely the realization of basic theoretical models in well-controlled artificial experimental systems. Such solid state or molecular realizations of models allow us to tune their parameters, thus they may be termed designer quantum systems and can substantially deepen our understanding. Some talks in this session explore the insights offered by the already famous designer quantum systems; others propose or even report new quantum simulators. Moreover, these designer systems are not limited to single-particle physics but extend to many-body phenomena, such as superconducting correlations.
Organizers: Magdalena Marganska and Jascha Repp (University of Regensburg).
|10:30||O 26.1||Hauptvortrag: Imaging Electronic Correlations in Twisted Bilayer Graphene — •Stevan Nadj-Perge|
|11:00||O 26.2||Hauptvortrag: Designing Electronic Quantum Matter: Fabrication and Characterization with Atomic Scale Precision — •Ingmar Swart|
|11:30||O 26.3||Characterisation of pure s- and p-orbital bands in electronic honeycomb lattices — •Thomas Gardenier, Jette van den Broeke, Ingmar Swart, Cristiane Morais Smith, and Daniel Vanmaekelbergh|
|11:45||O 26.4||Constructing a Topological Insulator Atom-by-Atom — •Saoirsé Freeney|
|12:00||O 26.5||Eu-doped NaI scintillators: Point defects and EuI2 sheets. — •Martin Setvin, Manuel Ulreich, Igor Sokolovic, Michele Reticcioli, Lynn Boatner, Flora Poelzleitner, Cesare Franchini, Michael Schmid, and Ulrike Diebold|
|12:15||O 26.6||Machine learning the 3D shape of non-planar molecules from AFM images — Prokop Hapala, Fedor Utirev, Niko Oinonen, Ondřej Krejčí, Filippo Federici Canova, Benjamin Alldritt, Juho Kannala, Peter Liljeroth, and •Adam Foster|
|12:30||O 26.7||Spectral Properties of the Herringbone lattice — M. A. Jimenez Herrera, O. Dutta, A. Iniguez, G. Giedke, and •D. Bercioux|