FREE Webinar: One-dimensional quantum wire: physics and applications at ultra low temperatures

Online, United Kingdom
26 March 2015
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Oxford Instruments invites you to join an informative webinar on one-dimensional quantum wire: physics and applications at ultra low temperatures. The live Webinar has finished however you can view a recorded version by clicking here

Dr Sanjeev Kumar: Quantum transport in a quasi-one-dimensional quantum wire

  • The speaker is a Senior Research Associate at London Centre for Nanotechnology, University College London (UCL)
  • His current area of research: Quantum transport studies in one-dimensional quantum wire using high mobility GaAs/AlGaAs heterostructure
  • Research interests: Wigner crystallization, electron electron interactions, single electron pumps, THz detectors using 1D quantum wire, quantum entanglement of electrons, spin-orbit interaction. Prior to joining the UCL, he was associated with Sungkyunkwan University, South Korea as a Research Professor and worked in the areas of molecular electronics by assembling nanoparticles in nano-gap electrodes for Quantum tunneling and single electron transistor applications. He is a member of IoP and IEEE, and is synergistically involved in promoting open-access publication. He is reviewer for various scientific journals and has been Assistant Editor, Nanoscale Research Letters, Springer since 2009

Dr Gustav Teleberg: Cryogen free ULT technology update

  • Dr Teleberg is the Product Manager of ULT platforms at Oxford Instruments
  • He will present the latest developments in Cryofree dilution refrigeration and its applicability to quantum technology research. Integrated superconducting magnets, sample loading, RF wiring and cool-down accelerators are treated in some detail, along with examples of recently built systems for research on quantum dots and nanowires, luminescence centres in silicon and superconducting qubit devices

There will be a Q&A session at the end of the webinar


Reference for further reading:

1. Particles and quasi-particles in the box

2. Many-body effects in a quasi-one-dimensional electron gas, Phys. rev. B 90, 201304(R), 2014