Seminars for Condensed Matter Physics

Currently showing seminars filtered by seminar category 'Condensed Matter Physics' and in Nov 2017

When Location Title Speaker Series
02 Nov 2017
14:15
Audrey Wood Seminar Room Magnonics in skyrmion-hosting chiral magnetic materialsProf Markus Garst
(TU Dresden)
Condensed Matter Physics seminar
03 Nov 2017
10:00
Audrey Wood Room, Clarendon Laboratory 1.Functional Annotation of Ion Channel Structures by Molecular Dynamics Simulation then 2.Asymmetric Mechanosensitivity in a Eukaryotic Ion ChannelGianni Klesse & Viwan Jarerattanachat
(Oxford Physics (Prof Stephen Tucker & Prof Mark Sansom Group))
Biological Physics
09 Nov 2017
14:15
Audrey Wood Seminar Room Nematicity and beyond: emergent electronic states in iron-based high-temperature superconductorsProf Rafael Fernandes
(University of Minnesota)
Condensed Matter Physics seminar
16 Nov 2017
14:15
Audrey Wood Seminar Room Engineered optical microcavities for quantum science and technologiesProf Jason Smith
(Oxford Materials)
Condensed Matter Physics seminar
17 Nov 2017
10:00
Audrey Wood Room, Clarendon Laboratory 1. Widefield tracking and FRET measurements of diffusing particles. 2. Characterisation of Nanodiamonds for Single-Molecule ImagingDr Barak Gilboa & Maabur Sow
(Oxford Physics (Kapanidis Group))
Biological Physics
23 Nov 2017
11:00
Audrey Wood Seminar Room Special Seminar: Semiconductor Nanowires for Optoelectronics ApplicationsProf Chennupati Jagadish
(Australia National University)
Condensed Matter Physics seminar
23 Nov 2017
14:15
Audrey Wood Seminar Room Room Temperature chiral skyrmions and skyrmion bubble dynamics in nanostructuresDr Christoforos Moutafis
(School of Computer Science, University of Manchester)
Condensed Matter Physics seminar
30 Nov 2017
14:15
Audrey Wood Seminar Room Magnetic Remanence in Single Rare Earth AtomsDr Fabio Donati
(IBS Center for Quantum Nanoscience, Ewha University)
Condensed Matter Physics seminar
30 Nov 2017
11:15
Audrey Wood Seminar Room Special Seminar: Singular Angular Magnetoresistance in a Nonsymmorphic MagnetDr Lucile Savary
(ENS Lyon)
Condensed Matter Physics seminar