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TT 16: Poster Session Superconductivity, Cryogenic Particle Detectors, Cryotechnique

Montag, 16. März 2020, 15:00–19:00, P2/EG

15:00 TT 16.1 Superconducting granular aluminum films grown at cryogenic condition — •Alessandro D’Arnese, Martin Dressel, and Marc Scheffler
15:00 TT 16.2 Terahertz electrodynamics of low-temperature-grown granular aluminum — •Mehmet Ali Nebioglu, Alessandro D’Arnese, Martin Dressel, and Marc Scheffler
15:00 TT 16.3 Scanning tunneling spectroscopy on disordered superconductors — •Martina Trahms, Idan Tamir, Franzisca Gorniaczyk, Marc Westig, Karl Jacobs, Dan Shahar, and Katharina J. Franke
15:00 TT 16.4 Probing the dielectric properties of disordered thin-films with microwave resonators — •Nikolaj Ebensperger, Benjamin Sacépé, Martin Dressel, and Marc Scheffler
15:00 TT 16.5 High-Pressure Magnetic Measurements of 2H-NbSe2 — •Israel Osmond and Sven Friedemann
15:00 TT 16.6 Superconductivity in [(SnSe)1+δ]m[NbSe2]n ferecrystals — •Olivio Chiatti, Klara Mihov, Martina Trahms, Theodor Griffin, Corinna Grosse, Danielle Hamann, Kyle Hite, Matty B. Alemayehu, David C. Johnson, and Saskia F. Fischer
15:00 TT 16.7 Universal behavior of the IMS domain formation in superconducting niobium: Neutron scattering and molecular dynamics simulations — •Abdel Al-Falou, Alexander Backs, Michael Schulz, Alexei Vagov, Peter Böni, and Sebastian Mühlbauer
15:00 TT 16.8 Nernst Effect and Thermal Conductivity in Nd doped La1.81Sr0.19 CuO4 — •Sanaz Shokri, Christoph Wuttke, Federico Caglieris, Koushik Karmakar, Andrey Malyuk, Silvia Seiro, Christian Heß, and Bernd Büchner
15:00 TT 16.9 Pump–probe spectroscopy of iron pnictides under high pressures — •Ivan Fotev, Harald Schneider, Manfred Helm, Bernd Büchner, Saicharan Aswartham, and Alexej Pashkin
15:00 TT 16.10 Analysis of Electronic Properties from Magnetotransport Measurements on Ba(Fe1−xNix)2As2 Thin Films — •Ilia Shipulin, Aleena Anna Thomas, Stefan Richter, Kornelius Nielsch, and Ruben Hühne
15:00 TT 16.11 Superconductivity and quasi two dimensional magnetism in EuRbFe4As4 — •Noah Winterhalter-Stocker, Stefan Gorol, Stevan Arsenijevic, Yurii Skourski, Hans-Albrecht Krug von Nidda, Mamoun Hemmida, Dieter Ehlers, Anton Jesche, Veronika Fritsch, and Philipp Gegenwart
15:00 TT 16.12 Growth and characterisation of substitution variants of LaOFeAs single crystals — •Felix Anger, Anja Wolter-Giraud, Sebastian Gaß, Hans-Joachim Grafe, Saicharan Aswartham, Sabine Wurmehl, and Bernd Büchner
15:00 TT 16.13 Charge density wave in Li doped NaFeAsJose M. Guevara, •Sven Hoffmann, Zhixiang Sun, Steffen Sykora, Yevhen Kushnirenko, Alexander Fedorov, Chanhee Kim, Aga Shahee, Dilipkumar Bhoi, Kee Hoon Kim, Saicharan Aswartham, Sergei Borisenko, Bernd Büchner, and Christian Hess
15:00 TT 16.14 Electronic nematicity and thermal expansion in FeSe1−xSx — •Liran Wang, Sven Sauerland, Dmitriy Chareev, Alexandre Vassiliev, Michael Merz, and Rüdiger Klingeler
15:00 TT 16.15 Towards the study of uniaxial strain in epitaxial FeSexTe1−x films — •Aleena Anna Thomas, Thomas Doert, Kornelius Nielsch, and Ruben Hühne
15:00 TT 16.16 FIB-Fabricated Micro-Resonators to Probe Symmetry Breaking in Unconventional Superconductors — •Amelia Estry, Carsten Putzke, Chunyu Guo, Markus König, and Philip J. W. Moll
15:00 TT 16.17 Angular-dependent specific heat of the organic superconductor κ-(BEDT-TTF)2Cu(NCS)2 — •T. Reimann, H. Kühne, J. A. Schlueter, and J. Wosnitza
15:00 TT 16.18 Implementation of the full-potential relativistic KKR-BdG method — •Philipp Rüßmann, Phivos Mavropoulos, and Stefan Blügel
15:00 TT 16.19 Exact Diagonalization study of large Hubbard clusters — •Michael Danilov, Sergei Iskakov, Andrei Bagrov, Alexander Lichtenstein, and Mikhail Katsnelson
15:00 TT 16.20 Josephson inductance of epitaxial Al-InAs-based Josephson junction arrays — •Christian Baumgartner, Linus Fresz, Lorenz Fuchs, Geoffrey Gardner, Michael Manfra, Nicola Paradiso, and Christoph Strunk
15:00 TT 16.21 Controllable Josephson Junctions by ferromagnetic Proximity Effect — •Lukas Kammermeier, Maik Kerstingskötter, Marcel Thalmann, Elke Scheer, and Torsten Pietsch
15:00 TT 16.22 Transport and ferromagnetic resonance in superconductor-ferromagnet junctions — •Andreas Bloch, Marcel Thalmann, Marcel Rudolf, Elke Scheer, and Torsten Pietsch
15:00 TT 16.23 Development of a fabrication process for nanoSQUIDs with three independent Nb layers — •Silke Wolter, Oliver Kieler, Thomas Weimann, Josepha Altmann, Sylke Bechstein, Jörn Beyer, Julian Linek, Reinhold Kleiner, and Dieter Koelle
15:00 TT 16.24 Towards direct on-chip spectroscopy of the Bloch oscillations in a small Josephson junction — •Sergey Lotkhov
15:00 TT 16.25 Characterization of Nb/Al-AlOx/Nb Josephson tunnel junctions suited for SQUID applications — •Fabienne Bauer, Dominik Zehender, Felix Herrmann, Constantin Schuster, Christian Enss, and Sebastian Kempf
15:00 TT 16.26 Reducing the influence of SQUID Joule heating in dc- SQUIDs on the performance of cryogenic detectors — •Felix Herrmann, Matthäus Krantz, Anna Ferring-Siebert, Christian Enss, and Sebastian Kempf
15:00 TT 16.27 Metallic Magnetic Calorimeters for High Resolution X-Ray Spectroscopy of Highly Charged Ions — •M. Friedrich, S. Allgeier, M. Arndt, J. Geist, D. Hengstler, C. Schötz, S. Kempf, L. Gastaldo, A. Fleischmann, C. Enss, Ph. Pfäfflein, S. Trotsenko, T. Morgenroth, M.O. Herdrich, G. Weber, R. Märtin, and Th. Stöhlker
15:00 TT 16.28 Low Temperature MMC Detector Arrays for IAXO — •Daniel Unger, Andreas Abeln, Christian Enss, Andreas Fleischmann, Loredana Gastaldo, and Daniel Hengstler
15:00 TT 16.29 Large x-ray detector design for Baby-IAXO — •Andreas Abeln, Christian Enss, Andreas Fleischmann, Loredana Gastaldo, Daniel Hengstler, and Daniel Unger
15:00 TT 16.30 dc-SQUID readout with intrinsic frequency-division multiplexing capability and high dynamic range — •Ludwig Hoibl, Daniel Richter, Andreas Fleischmann, Christian Enss, and Sebastian Kempf
15:00 TT 16.31 Microwave SQUID multiplexer based on lumped element resonators — •Constantin Schuster, Mathias Wegner, Felix Ahrens, Daniel Richter, Christian Enss, and Sebastian Kempf
15:00 TT 16.32 Investigation of the influence of nuclear spins and hydrogen absorbates on low-frequency excess flux noise — •Fabian Kaap, Anna Ferring-Siebert, Christian Enss, and Sebastian Kempf
15:00 TT 16.33 Spatially resolved SQUID-NMR measurement instrumentation for investigation of superfluid 3He-thin-films — •Josepha Altmann, Sylke Bechstein, Joern Beyer, Oliver Kieler, Silke Wolter, Andrew Casey, and John Saunders
15:00 TT 16.34 Optimized geometry for a compact 3D quantum memory — •Julia Lamprich, Stephan Trattnig, Yuki Nojiri, Qiming Chen, Stephan Pogozarek, Michael Renger, Kirill Fedorov, Achim Marx, Matti Partanen, Frank Deppe, and Rudolf Gross
15:00 TT 16.35 Quantum key distribution with squeezed displaced microwave states — •Florian. Fesquet, Kirill.G. Fedorov, Stefan. Pogorzalek, Michael. Renger, Qi-Ming. Chen, Yuki. Nojiri, Matti. Partanen, Achim. Marx, Frank. Deppe, and Rudolf. Gross
15:00 TT 16.36 Optimized superconducting NbN resonators for hybrid quantum systems in strong magnetic field — •Thomas Koch, Kiril Borisov, Dennis Rieger, Christoph Sürgers, Patrick Winkel, Ioan Pop, and Wolfgang Wernsdorfer
15:00 TT 16.37 Low temperature suppression of the critical current in nanoscale Josephson junction parallel arrays — •Konrad Dapper, Lukas Powalla, Yannick Schön, Micha Wildermuth, Hannes Rotzinger, and Alexey V. Ustinov
15:00 TT 16.38 Microwave environment design for compact arrays of granular aluminum fluxonium qubits — •Patrick Paluch, Martin Spiecker, Daria Gusenkova, Ivan Takmakov, Francesco Valenti, Patrick Winkel, Dennis Rieger, and Ioan Pop
15:00 TT 16.39 Two-level-systems spectroscopy in Transmon qubits. — •Serhii Volosheniuk, Alexander Bilmes, Alexey V. Ustinov, and Jürgen Lisenfeld
15:00 TT 16.40 Dielectric Low Temperature Properties of Printed Circuit Boards made of FR4 — •Andreas Rall, Benedikt Frey, Andreas Schaller, Andreas Fleischmann, Andreas Reiser, and Christian Enss
15:00 TT 16.41 Investigating the Non-equilibrium Dynamics of two-level systems at Low Temperatures — •Marcel Haas, Andreas Reiser, Andreas Fleischmann, and Christian Enss
15:00 TT 16.42 Machine learning for quantum chemistry with quantum computers — •Tomislav Piskor, Sebastian Zanker, Thilo Mast, Peter Schmitteckert, Frank Wilhelm-Mauch, and Michael Marthaler
15:00 TT 16.43 Influence of the nuclear quadrupolar interactions in periodically driven quantum dots — •Iris Kleinjohann and Frithjof Anders
15:00 TT 16.44 Effect of an RKKY interaction between electron spins in different quantum dots on their spin dynamics — •Kira Deltenre and Frithjof Anders
15:00 TT 16.45 Bose condensation of squeezed light — •Klaus Morawetz
15:00 TT 16.46 A sustainable sub-Kelvin cooling technology for quantum electronics — •Klaus Eibensteiner, Jan Spallek, Alexander Regnat, Tomek Schulz, Felix Rucker, Nico Huber, Carolina Burger, Anh Tong, and Christian Pfleiderer
15:00 TT 16.47 Development and characterization of a small scale two-stage pulse tube cryocooler — •Bernd Schmidt, Jack-André Schmidt, Jens Falter, Günter Thummes, and André Schirmeisen
15:00 TT 16.48 Construction of mK-scanning tunneling microscope combined with electron spin resonance technique — •Won-Jun Jang, Jinkyung Kim, Thi Hong Hong, Denis Krylov, and Andreas Heinrich
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