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Future Trends in Nanoelectronics


German-Russian Workshop
June 14 - 16, 2011

The goal of the workshop is to strengthen the existing bilateral collaboration and to establish a German-Russian scientific network in the field of nanoelectronics. Special emphasis is devoted to the contribution of students and young scientists of both countries.

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Location:

The workshop will be held at Research Centre Jülich on June 14-16, 2011. (Workshop location)

Subjects:

During the workshop physics and applications of nanoelectronic structures will be discussed. This includes:

- novel fabrication schemes of nanostructures

- structural, optical, and transport properties of nanostructures

- spin phenomena in nanostructures

- semiconductor-superconductor hybrid structures

- superconducting devices

- topological insulators

- scanning probe techniques

(Workshop program)

(Download pdf: workshop program)

Workshop co-chairs:

Thomas Schäpers

Detlev Grützmacher

Local Organization:

Daniela Optiz
d.opitz@fz-juelich.de

Support:

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Research Centre Jülich (US)

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International Bureau of the BMBF

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Der Workshop ist eine Veranstaltung im Rahmen des Deutsch-Russischen Jahres der Bildung, Wissenschaft und Innovation.

Information on the EU-Russia Cooperation in Nanoelectronics Technology Network EU-RU.NET


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