Department of Applied Physics

Aalto Quantum Physics seminars

AQP seminar

Aalto Quantum Physics seminars are hosted at the Department of Applied Physics  at Aalto University, and feature both local and international speakers on a variety of topics in quantum physics.

Aalto Quantum Physics seminars in 2020

Cancelled: Peter Rickhaus (Solid State Physics Laboratory, ETH Zürich): "Transport experiments in twisted double bilayer graphene" (24.3.2020).

Jan van Ruitenbeek (Institute of Physics, Leiden University): "Atomic point contacts: new angles on an old problem" (13.2.2020).

Pavel Alekseev (Ioffe Institute, Russia): "Transverse Magnetosonic Waves and Viscoelastic Resonance in Two-Dimensional Highly Viscous Electron Fluid" (6.2.2020).

Pavlo Sukhachov (Nordita, KTH Royal Institute of Technology and Stockholm Unversity): "Consistent chiral kinetic theory in Weyl semimetals" (4.2.2020).

Chengyu Yan (Department of Applied Physics, Aalto University): "On-chip coherent microwave source" (28.1.2020).

Vladimir Zyuzin (Nordita, Stockholm): "Odd-frequency spin-triplet instability in disordered electron liquid" (23.1.2020).

Evgeni Il'ichev (Leibniz Institute of Photonic Technology): "Towards a sensitive microwave photon detection" (22.1.2020).

Christian Kraglund Andersen (ETH Zurich): "Implementing the surface code with superconducting circuits" (20.1.2020).

Peter Samuelsson (Lund University, Sweden): "Quantum dot transport in microwave resonators - photon emission and absorption" (17.1.2020).

Sergey Filippov (Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology): "Machine learning for non-Marovian open quantum dynamics" (16.1.2020).

Aalto Quantum Physics seminars in 2019

Jens Koch (Northwestern University): "Intrinsically protected superconducting qubits: from concepts to realization" (16.12.2019).

Shruti Dogra (Department of Applied Physics, Aalto University): Robustness of a superadiabatic process realized with a superconducting circuit on Thu. 21.11.2019

Jean-Philippe Girard (Quantum Computing and Devices group): Ultrasensitive bolometry with Josephson junctions (12.11.2019).

Inés de Vega (Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, Germany): "On open quantum systems in thermal non-ergodic environments" (7.11.2019).

Yasuhiro Utsumi (Department of Physics Engineering, Mie University, Japan): "Full counting statistics of information fluctuations and the optimum capacity" (29.10.2019).

Sheng-Shiuan Yeh (Institute of Physics, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan): "Probing dynamical structural defects in nanodevices" (24.10.2019).

Vardan Kaladzhyan (KTH, Stockholm): "Quantised Fermi-arc-mediated Transport in Weyl Semimetal Nanowires" (22.10.2019).

Harzad Mishra (Institute Jean Lamour, CNRS): "Magnetic field sensing through surface waves" (9.10.2019).

Kaushal Vidyut (Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz): "A scalable-NISQ computing toolkit for implementing quantum error correction" (8.10.2019).

Yuri Pashkin (Lancaster University): "On the origin of the electric field effect in superconducting nanoconstrictions" ( 7.10.2019).

Roberto Zamora-Zamora (Insitute of Physics, UNAM): "Gross-Pitaevskii validity in reduced dimensions" (3.10.2019).

Florian Libisch (Institute of Theoretical Physics, Vienna University of Technology): "Transport through Mono- and Bilayer Graphene Nanoconstrictions" (1.10.2019).

Michael Perelshtein (Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology): "Noise characterization of the mesoscopic devices via superconducting qubit" (17.9.2019).

David Lake (University of Calgary): "Cavity optomechanics with diamond resonators" (12.9.2019).

N. Lo Gullo (University of Turku): "Extracting temperatures of the leads in non-equilibrium transport setups" (11.9.2019).

Takaaki Aoki (AIST, Japan): "Time-dependent temperature and entropy production rate of a single-mode Gaussian state under Markovian and non-Markovian dynamics" (27.8.2019).

Yuichiro Matsuzaki (AIST, Japan): "Quantum remote sensing with asymmetric information gain(22.8.2019).

Michael Moskalets (KPI, Ukraine): "Electron-hole annihilation considered as fermionic anti-bunching" (18.6.2019).

Paul Menczel (QT, Aalto): "Two-stroke optimization scheme for mesoscopic refrigerators" (11.6.2019).

Aleksi Julku (QD, Aalto): "Superfluid weight and Berenzinskii-Kosterlitz-Thouless transition temperature of twisted bilayer graphene" (4.6.2019).

George Thomas (PICO, Aalto): Supremacy of incoherent sudden refrigeration cycles (28.5.2019).

Mikael Kervinen (NEMS, Aalto): "Quantum acoustics in a multimode electromechanical system" (21.5.2019).

Suman Kundu (Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, India): "Multiplexed readout of four qubits in 3D circuit architecture" (14.5.2019).

Roope Kokkoniemi (QCD, Aalto): "Bolometry with graphene Josephson junction" (7.5.2019).

Debmalya Das (Harish-Chandra Research Institute, India): "Quantum heat engine using energy quantization and resources of degeneracy" (30.4.2019).

N. Lo Gullo (QTF Centre of Excellence, Turku): "A non-equilibrium Green's function approach to energy transfer in many-body quantum systems" (16.4.2019).

Jan Goetz (QCD group, Aalto): "Optimized heat transfer at exceptional points in quantum circuits"

Sergey Rumyantsev (Institute of High Pressure Physics Warsaw, University of California): "Charge density and spin waves low frequency noise" (14.03.2019).

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