Nanoscience Seminar

 

Time: Fridays 1 – 2 pm

Location: Bourns Engineering A265

(Co-hosted by CMEA)

 

Date

Speaker

Affiliation

Title

10/21/05

Dr. Ezekiel Johnston-Halperin

Caltech

The development of a 160 kBit molecular memory at 10e11 bits/cm^2 as a catalyst for interdisciplinary

research.

11/10/05

Dr. Jagadeesh Moodera

MIT

Spin-polarized tunneling: towards spin electronics and in-between.

12/09/05

Prof. Chris Palmstrom

Univ. of Minnesota

Ferromagnetic Metal/Compound Semiconductor Heterostructures: Growth, Interfacial Reactions and Spin Injection

1/27/06

Dr. Scott Crooker

LANL

Imaging the injection, accumulation, and flow of spin-polarized electrons in lateral ferromagnet/semiconductor devices.

2/10/06

Dr. Steve Russek

NIST-Boulder

High Frequency Nanoscale Spintronics.

2/17/06

Prof. Yong-Shi Wu

U. of Utah

Topological Aspects and Quantization of the Spin  Hall Effect

3/03/06

Prof. Kai Liu

UC Davis

Fingerprints of Magnetic Nanostructures

4/14/06

Dr. Mark Johnson

Navel Research Lab

Spin Dependent Transport in Mesoscopic Metal Wires

4/27/06

Dr. Rafi de Picciotto

Bell Labs

The 0.7 structures in cleaved edge overgrowth wires.

5/19/06

Dr. Vadim Smelyanskiy

NASA Ames

Quantum information processing with long-lived states of lithium donors insilicon