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Keynote & Invited Speakers

Keynote Speakers

  • Arthur Nozik (University of Colorado, Boulder and National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden), "Nanocrystal Quantum Dots for Solar Cells and Solar Fuels"
  • Atac Imamoglu (ETH Zurich), "Exploration of Spin Physics in Self-assembled Quantum Dots"
  • Amir Yacoby (Harvard University), "Quantum Information Processing and Metrology Using Few Electron Spins"

 

Confirmed Invited Speakers

  • Dmitri Talapin (University of Chicago), Structural and Functional Design of Nanocrystal Solids
  • Benoit Dubertret (ESPCI, France), Colloidal semiconductor nanoplatelets with two dimensional electronic structure and ultrafast fluorescence lifetime
  • R. Mark Stevenson (Toshiba UK),  Quantum dot entangled light emitting diodes
  • Daniël Vanmaekelbergh (Utrecht University), Colloidal quantum dots and quantum-dot solids: the beauty and the science
  • Jelena Vuckovic (Stanford University), Quantum dots in optical nanocavities: from cavity QED to device applications
  • Sam Carter (NRL), Ultrafast optical two-qubit gates with electrons or holes
  • Val Zwiller (TU Delft), Hybrid systems based on quantum dots
  • Evgeny Chekhovich (University of Sheffield), High resolution NMR spectroscopy of highly-strained quantum dots
  • Christophe Galland (Los Alamos National Laboratory), Two types of luminescence blinking revealed by spectroelectrochemistry of single quantum dots
  • Akira Oiwa (University of Tokyo), Electrical control of spin-orbit interaction in an self-assembled InAs quantum dots
  • Stevan Nadj-Perge (TU Delft), Single spin control in semiconductor nanowire quantum dots
  • Katja Nowack (TU Delft), Single-shot correlations and two-qubit gate of electron spins in a double quantum dot
  • Edward Croke (HRL Laboratories), Coherent Singlet-Triplet Oscillations in a Silicon-based Double Quantum Dot
  • Tristan Meunier (Institut NÉEL-CNRS/UJF, Grenoble), Fast and efficient transfer of a single electron between distant quantum dots
  • Stephan Reitzenstein (Technische Universität Berlin) Quantum dot - microlasers with external feedback: a chaotic system close to the quantum limit
  • Byoung Lyong Choi (Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology) Full-color quantum dot display by transfer printing
  • Lucien Besombes (CNRS, Institut Neel), "Optical control of the spin state of one and two Mn atoms in a CdTe/ZnTe quantum dot"
  • Uwe R. Kortshagen (University of Minnesota); "Ligand-less group IV nanocrystal colloids: Confronting The Ligand Problem"