Advanced materials and quantum technology are areas of significant strength and recent investment within the UK. The Advanced Materials for Quantum Technology workshop will
build on this momentum to provide a forum for researchers in both fields to come together to discuss recent progress and future research strategy. It will consist of a series of invited
presentations given by scientists at the forefront of Materials Science and Quantum Technology, along with a poster session to encourage contributions from early career researchers.
Subjects to be covered include (but are not limited to): two-dimensional materials, semiconductor quantum dots, molecular magnets, superconducting devices, Rydberg states, coherent control of electron and nuclear spins, materials growth and characterisation, and the theory of solid-state qubits and decoherence.
Invited speakers include:
with more to be confirmed.
* Charles Adams (Durham University)
* Arzhang Ardavan (University of Oxford)
* Roy Chantrell (University of York)
* Vladimir Falko (Lancaster University)
* Andrew Fisher (University College London)
* Sarah Haigh (University of Manchester)
* John Morton (University College London)
* Rachel Oliver (University of Cambridge)
* Yuri Pashkin (Lancaster University)
* Maurice Skolnick (University of Sheffield)
* Andreas Wallraff (ETH Zurich)
* Jorg Wrachtrup
THIS EVENT IS SPONSORED BY EPSRC AND THERE IS NO FEE TO ATTEND.
This event has been organised by Dr Ahsan Nazir and Prof Bruce Hamilton of the Photon Science Institute, University of Manchester.
To register for a place, please contact on 0161 275 1006 or psipa [at] manchester.ac.uk. Places are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
Accommodation is available at Chancellors Hotel. To book please contact them on 0161 306 7578 and quote “173755”.
Prices are £55 for single occupancy, £65 for double occupancy and £75 for a large double occupancy room per night. All prices include breakfast.
If you wish to present a poster at our poster session, please send your poster title and abstract to: psipa [at] manchester.ac.uk.