Nordita, Stockholm, Sweden
We are witnessing a tremendous growth of the activities in materials that host Dirac fermions, also known as Dirac Materials. The unique properties of the linear Dirac spectrum point to interesting ways to functionalize these materials for new applications. Complementary to that discussion we shall cover the role of nanoscale superconductors and particular interest will be paid to hybrid structures that bring into contact different competing phases.
The workshop will be in the style of a conference, with talks and time for discussions.
Below is a tentative timetable for the meeting. (Note that the schedule for Monday has been changed to accommodate the special seminar at 2pm.)
Please note, the links to the slides for each presentation have now been removed. If you wish to have a copy of a particular talk, please email David Abergel directly.
|Monday 16th||Tuesday 17th||Wednesday 18th||Thursday 19th|
Upper critical field as a probe for multiband superconductivity in bulk and interfacial SrTiO₃
Proximity-induced superconductivity in Dirac materials
An all electron topological insulator in InAs double wells
Multiple quasiparticle Hall spectroscopy investigated with a resonant detector
Simulating analogue holography in flexible Dirac metals
Engineering back-scattering and gap-opening on the surface of a topological insulator with non-magnetic impurities
Quantum Criticality of Topological Phase Transitions in 3D Interacting Electronic Systems
|Round table discussion|
|Special seminar - Charlie Kane||Paaske
Considering magnetic impurities on surfaces of Bi2Se3
Multichannel Majorana wires
Exploring the superconducting state of small unconventional superconducting islands
Magnetic miniband spectra of graphene and bilayer graphene with hexagonal moiré superlattices
1D time-reversal-symmetric topological superconductors
|Round table discussion||Björnson
Skyrmions and Majorana fermions in ferromagnetic semiconductor-superconductor heterostructures
Speakers are asked to plan their talks to be 45 minutes long. We shall then have some time for questions and a short break after each talk.
If you wish to make a comment or ask for a change to the timetable, please email David Abergel by clicking the link at the bottom of the page.
On Monday 16th, at 2pm, there will be an extra seminar given by Charlie Kane. More details to follow.
There will be a reception on Monday night, and a barbecue on Wednesday evening. Vegetarian food will be provided at both events. If you have any other dietary requirements, please email David Abergel by clicking the link at the bottom of the page.