Lecturers

David Awschalom [DA] (Chicago)
Title:
Creating and controlling spins in semiconductors

Alexander Balatsky [AB] (Nordita, Stockholm & Los Alamos)
Title(s):
Lecture 1: Dirac materials: normal states and transport
Lecture 2: Dirac materials: magnetic and superconducting properties
Tutorial: Problem solving for DM systems

Michael Flatté [MF](Iowa)
Titles:
Lecture 1: Theory of individual dopants in semiconductors
Lecture 2: Spin-orbit correlations of dopants in semiconductors

Ewelina Hankiewicz [EH] (Wurzburg)
Title(s):
Lecture: From Transport in Dirac Systems to the Superconducting Hybrid Structures: In the Search of Majorana Fermion

Tutorial: same title

Paul Koenraad [PK] (Eindhoven)
Title:
Addressing, manipulating and understanding single doping atoms in semiconductor material

Daniel Loss [DL] (Basel)
Key note lecture:
Title:
‘Majoranas and other Exotic Edge States in Nanowires and Atomic Chains

Sven Rogge [SR] (New South Wales, Sidney)
Title(s)

  • The Transistor: From Shockley, Bardeen, and Brattain to single molecules and atoms
  • Access to single dopants in Si

Nitin Samarth [NS] (Penn State)
Title:
Topological Spintronics: Materials, Phenomena & Devices

Biplab Sanyal [BS] (Uppsala)
Title:
Lecture(s): Ab initio theory of 2D materials
Tutorial: Hands-on DFT calculations of 2D materials

Paolo Sessi [PS] (Wurzburg)
Title:
Lecture(s): Detecting emergent behaviors in relativistic materials by scanning probe spectroscopy (split into 2 parts).
Tutorial: Spin-polarized scanning tunneling microscopy: from birth to adolescence