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Dresden 2020 – wissenschaftliches Programm

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TT 13: Graphene (joint session TT/DY/HL)

Montag, 16. März 2020, 15:00–18:30, HSZ 201

15:00 TT 13.1 Edge state crossing behaviour in a multi-band tight-binding model of graphene — •Thorben Schmirander, Marta Prada, and Daniela Pfannkuche
15:15 TT 13.2 Graphene grain boundaries for strain sensing: a computational studyDelwin Perera and •Jochen Rohrer
15:30 TT 13.3 Virtual experiments on negative refraction across graphene pn junctions — •Wun-Hao Kang and Ming-Hao Liu
15:45 TT 13.4 Electronic properties in a Bernal bilayer graphene monitored by selective functionalization — •Ahmed Missaoui, Jouda khabthani, Didier Mayou, and Guy Trambly de Laissardière
16:00 TT 13.5 Zero-magnetic-field Hall effects in artificially corrugated bilayer graphene — •Sheng-Chin Ho, Ching-Hao Chang, Yu-Chiang Heish, Shun-Tsung Lo, Botsz Huang, Carmine Ortix, and Tse-Ming Chen
16:15 TT 13.6 Spin-caloritronic transport in hexagonal graphene nanodotsThi Thu Phùng, Robert Peters, •Andreas Honecker, Guy Trambly de Laissardière, and Javad Vahedi
  16:30 15 min. break.
16:45 TT 13.7 Lévy flights and Hydrodynamic Superdiffusion on the Dirac Cone of Graphene — •Egor Kiselev and Jörg Schmalian
17:00 TT 13.8 Gate-controllable graphene superlattices: Numerical aspects — •Szu-Chao Chen, Wun-Hao Kang, and Ming-Hao Liu
17:15 TT 13.9 Localization at the Van Hove singularity — •Peter Silvestrov and Jakub Tworzydlo
17:30 TT 13.10 The optical conductivity of strongly interacting Dirac fermions: a bosonization approach to the Kadanoff-Baym self-consistent resummation — •Sebastián Mantilla and Inti Sodemann
17:45 TT 13.11 Geometric-dissipative origin of the light-induced Hall current in graphene I — •Marlon Nuske, Lukas Broers, and Ludwig Mathey
18:00 TT 13.12 Geometric-dissipative origin of the light-induced Hall current in graphene II — •Lukas Broers, Marlon Nuske, and Ludwig Mathey
18:15 TT 13.13 Lightwave valleytronics in graphene — •Hamed Koochaki Kelardeh, Alexandra Landsman, and Takashi Oka
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