NanoNet Annual Workshop 2020
The Annual Workshop 2020 of the International Helmholtz Research School for Nanoelectronic Networks (IHRS NanoNet) will be take place at the
from October 07 - 09, 2020.
The Berghotel is located in Oberbärenburg/Altenberg near Dresden.
The workshop will start on Wednesday at lunch time, and will conclude on Friday after lunch. There is a convenient direct bus #360/370 from Dresden main railway station (Hbf) towards Altenberg at 8:16 am, 10:14 am, 12:15 pm, more connections see VVO web site.
The following keynote speakers confirmed their participation:
- Blick, Robert (Hamburg, DE), Electron-Spin-Resonance in 2D-systems
- Burkard, Guido (Konstanz, DE), Theory of spin qubits and cavity QED in semiconductor nanostructures
- Strunk, Christoph (Regensburg, DE), Epitaxial Al/InAs heterostructures as a novel platform for unconventional superconductivity
- Schönenberger, Christian (Basel, CH, on-line), Moiré Superlattice and Strain Engineering of Encapsulated Graphene
- Dong, Renhao (Dresden, DE), Interfacial synthesis of organic 2D materials: chemistry and function
- Shaygan Nia, Ali (Dresden, DE), Developing Emerging Two Dimensional (2D) Materials via Electrochemistry
- Pauly, Fabian (Augsburg, DE), Theoretical modeling of photocarrier dynamics in 2D materials & heat transport through molecular junctions
Besides the lectures given by the Keynote Speakers, Contributed Talks and Posters will be presented.
The agenda is available here (PDF, updated 26.09.2020 , 74 kB ).
Contributed Talks / Posters / Student Award
The Student Award will be presented for the best presentation of a young scientist.
See here for the Trophy and the Prize Winners from 2019.
Participation in the workshop program and the Annual Meeting is by invitation only.
If you have interest to participate, please contact the NanoNet coordinator.
The number of participants is limited to 30.
The workshop will be organized by the International Helmholtz Research School for Nanoelectronic Networks (IHRS NanoNet) funded by the Initiative and Networking Fund of the German Helmholtz Association (VH-KO-606).