International Workshop on Multifunctional Dirac Materials

from Monday, 20 November 2017 (08:45) to Wednesday, 22 November 2017 (15:00)
Nordita, Stockholm (122:026)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
20 Nov 2017
21 Nov 2017
22 Nov 2017
AM
09:00 Registration   (Albanova entrance fouaye)
09:30 Quantum anomalous Hall state and chiral conduction in a Dirac material with broken time reversal symmetry - Jagadeesh Moodera   (FB 42)
10:30 Coffee break   (Outside FB 42)
11:00 Electronic structure and electron dynamics in two-dimensional Dirac materials - Philip Hofmann   (FB 42)
11:45 Atomic, magnetic and electronic structure of the clean and adsorbate covered (0001) surface of the topological insulator Bi2Se3 - Holger Meyerheim   (FB 42)
09:00 Graphene off the Dirac point - Claudia Draxl   (FA 32)
10:00 Poster session and coffee (group photo)   (Albanova entrance fouaye)
11:30 Lunch   (Albanova restaurant)
09:00 Understanding Strongly Correlated Ruthenates: Fermi surface, effective masses and Mott transition - Eva Pavarini   (FB 42)
09:45 Two-dimensional topological superconductivity in Pb/Co/Si(111) - Christophe Brun   (FB 42)
10:30 Coffee break   (Outside FB 42)
11:00 Ultrafast study of out-of-equilibrium Dirac fermions in topological matter - Marino Marsi   (FB 42)
11:45 Light-induced anomalous Hall effect in graphene detected via on-chip picosecond electronics - James McIver   (FB 42)
PM
12:30 Lunch   (Albanova restaurant)
14:00 Charge and spin transport in Graphene on SrTiO3 - Tamalika Banerjee   (FB 42)
14:45 Spin injection from a semiconductor to a topological insulator for future hybrid opto-spintronics - Weimin Chen   (FB 42)
15:30 Coffee break   (Outside FB 42)
16:00 Gas, lights, action! The stubborn discrepancy between 3D TI Fermi surfaces from QO and ARPES - Mark Golden   (FB 42)
16:45 Contributed talks   (FB 42)
18:30 Dinner   (Albanova restaurant)
13:00 How Robust are Topological States? - Matthias Bode   (FR4)
13:45 Magnetism in topological insulator thin films and nanoribbons: implications for the quantum anomalous Hall effect - Carlo Canali   (FR4)
14:30 Coffee break   (Outside FR4)
14:50 Element specific insight into the magnetism of 3d and 4f based hybrid systems with graphene - Heiko Wende   (FR4)
15:35 Activating molecular interfaces - Mirko Cinchetti   (FR4)
16:20 Coffee break   (FR4)
16:40 Probing the magnetic properties of 2D metal-organic systems by X-ray magnetic circular dichroism - Luca Giovanelli   (FR4)
17:25 Basics of Atomic Theory for XMCD Simulation - Adrien Savoyant   (FR4)
12:30 Closing remarks   (FB 42)