Workshop Details
Quantum Transport in Nanoscale Molecular Systems
07/20/2015 - 07/24/2015
Meeting Description:

The workshop Quantum Transport in Nanoscale Molecular Systems is a bi-annual meeting devoted to understanding charge and energy transport processes and phenomena in nanoscale molecular systems, in particular, molecular junctions. These systems combine the possibility to study fundamental aspects of nonequilibrium many-body quantum physics at the nanoscale with the perspective for technological applications in nanoelectronic devices

Experimental measurements of transport properties of single molecules in nanojuctions have revealed a wealth of interesting physical transport phenomena such as Coulomb blockade, Kondo effects, vibronic effects and local heating, as well as switching and hysteresis. The understanding of the fundamental mechanisms of quantum transport in single molecule junctions as well as the interpretation of these experimental observations requires the development of theoretical methods for the description of non-equilibrium interacting many-body systems at the molecular scale.

The meeting aims at an interactive dialog between experimental and theoretical researchers working in the field of nonequilibrium charge and energy transport processes in nanoscale molecular architectures. Focus topics of this years meeting include (but are not limited to) spin effects in molecular junctions and molecular magnets, nanoplasmonics, noise, vibronic and thermoelectric effects, quantum interference and decoherence, as well as nonstationary time-dependent transport.

Notes:

If you are interested in attending a meeting, but have not received an invitation, please contact the workshop organizer about availability before registering. Most TSRC meetings are very small, typically only about 25 people.

Supporting Files:

Quantum_Transport_Schedule.pdf
Meeting Venue:

Telluride Elementary School
447 West Columbia Ave Telluride CO 81435

Registered Meeting Participants:
Participant Organization Arrival Information Departure Information Interested in Sharing Transportation?
Agrait, Nicolas Univ Autonoma Madrid 7/19
7/24
Y
Chen, GuanHua The University of Hong Kong 7/19
7/24
Y
Cohen, Guy Columbia University 7/19
7/24
Y
Darancet, Pierre Argonne National Laboratory 7/19
7/25
Dubi, Jonatan Ben-Gurion University of the Negev 7/19
7/25
Y
Evers, Ferdinand Regensburg University 7/19
7/24
Frederiksen, Thomas Donostia International Physics Center (DIPC) 7/19
7/25
Galperin, Michael UC San Diego 7/19
7/24
Giessibl, Franz University of Regensburg
Korytar, Richard University of Regensburg 7/19
7/25
Y
Monti, Oliver The University of Arizona
Naaman, Ron Weizmann Institute 7/19
7/20
Y
Naaman, Ron [2nd Reservation] Weizmann Institute 7/20
7/24
Y
Neaton, Jeffrey LBNL 7/19
7/24
Nijhuis, Christian national university of singapore 7/19
7/26
Y
Nitzan, Abraham Tel Aviv University 7/19
7/23
Y
Peskin, Uri Technion 7/19
7/25
Rabani, Eran UC Berkeley
Reddy, Pramod University of Michigan 7/19
7/24
Reuter, Matthew Stony Brook University 7/19
7/24
Y
Scheer, Elke University of Konstanz 7/20
7/25
Y
Selzer, Yoram Tel Aviv University 7/19
7/24
Y
Solomon, Gemma University of Copenhagen 7/17
7/24
Stafford, Charles University of Arizona 7/19
7/26
Tal, Oren Weizmann Institute
Ternes, Markus MPI for Solid State Research 7/19
7/25
Thoss, Michael University of Erlangen 7/18
7/25
Y
van der Zant, Herre Delft University of Technology 7/19
7/23
van Ruitenbeek, Jan Universiteit Leiden 7/19
7/24
Y
Venkataraman, Latha Columbia University 7/19
7/25
Wang, Haobin University of Colorado Denver 7/19
7/26
Zolotavin, Pavlo Rice University 7/19
7/24
Y

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