Lorentz Center - Graphene from 5 Feb 2007 through 9 Feb 2007
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    from 5 Feb 2007 through 9 Feb 2007

Tentative program

Program and Format of the Workshop Graphene February 5 – 9, 2007

The workshop aims at having “interactive” talks with discussion. To this end, we ask all the speakers to prepare a 45 minutes talk, but we allot 1 hour and 20 minutes, so that actual discussions can take place during the talk. The idea is also to try to discuss results in some detail. To this end, we would like to ask the cooperation of all the speakers to who we ask to select a number of topics that they are going to discuss in more depth, rather than presenting a general and more superficial overview of many topics. We have used a similar format for other workshops in the past and we were very satisfied with the level and depth of scientific discussions that such a format has led to.



09:00 - 10:00             Arrival and Registration


10:00  - 10:15             Intro from Lorentz Center + short intro to the workshop


10:15 - 11:35             T. Ando: Theory of quantum transport in graphene and nanotubes


11:35 - 14:00             Lunch break (Gorlaeus)


14:00 - 15:20             A. Geim: Electronic properties of graphene and its bilayer


15:20 - 15:50             Coffee break


15:50 - 17:10             C. Beenakker: Andreev reflection in graphene


17:10 - on                   Wine and Cheese welcome party




09:00 - 10:20             F. Guinea: Quantumdots in graphene and graphite


10:20 - 11:00             Coffee break


11:00 - 12:20             H. Fukuyama: Scanning tunneling spectroscopy studies of thin graphites and their step edges


12:20 - 14:00             lunch break (Gorlaeus)

13:00 – 13:40           This Week’s Discoveries: Sitterzaal (ground floor)
                                    Andre Geim
                                    Free lunch is available at 12:30


14:00 - 15:20             M. Katsnelson: Defects in graphene: Electronic structure, magnetism, and electron scattering


15:20-16:00               Coffee break


16:00-17:20               M. Potemski: Inter-Landau level transitions in thin graphitic layers




09:00 - 10:20             V. Falko: PN junction in graphene: caustics, focusing, and Veselago lens for electrons


10:20 - 11:00             Coffee break


11:00 - 12:20             A. Lanzara: One, two, three… infinity: From epitaxial graphene to graphite

12:20 - 14:00             lunch break (Gorlaeus)


14:00 - 15:20             A. Yacoby: Imaging the local compressibility and localization in Garphene using a scanning single electron transistor


 15:20 - 16:00            Coffee break

                                    Rest of afternoon free for discussion

18:00                          Colloquium Dinner (Oort Building Ground Floor) RSVP

19:30                          Colloquium Ehrenfestii: A.V. Balatsky:

Electronic nanoscale inhomogeneities and dirac fermions in d-wave superconductors and graphene




09:00 - 10:00             A. Castro Neto: Some theoretical aspects of graphene


10:00 - 11:00             L. Vandersypen: From supercurrents to spin qubits in graphene


11:00 – 12:00            Coffee break and discussion


12:00 - 14:00             lunch break (Gorlaeus)


14:00 - 15:20             D. Khveshchenko: Coulomb interacting Dirac fermions in disordered graphene


15:20 - 16:00             Coffee break


16:00 - 17:20             A. Ferrari: Raman spectroscopy of graphene and doped graphene


18:00 – 19:30            Poster session – Wine and Cheese (Common Room)




09:00 - 10:20             L. Brey: Electronic excitations and response functions in graphene


10:20 - 11:00             Coffee break


11:00 - 12:20             M. Vozmediano: A cosmological model for corrugated graphene sheets


12:20 - 12:30             lunch break  (Gorlaeus)


14:00 – 15:20            L. Levitov: Spin and Charge Transport in Graphene near Dirac point




















Dave Abergel:
Optical and FIR properties of mono- and bi-layer graphene


Dennis Bulaev & Bjoern Trauzettel:

Spin qubits in graphene quantumdots


Sankalpa Ghosh:
Spin-Pseudospin intertwined topological excitations in ordinary QHE and their relevance for the graphene QHE


Benjamin Huard & Nimrod Stander:

Implementation of a potential barrier in graphene


Daniel Huertas-Hernando:

Ferromagnetic proximity effect and spin polarization in graphene


Alik Kasumov:

Proximity induced superconuctivity in graphene


Konstantyn Kechedzhi:
Effect of trigonal warping on weak localization in bilayer graphene


Federico Munoz:
Coherent transport in graphene nanoconstrictions


Pavel Ostrovsky:

Electron transport in disordered graphene


Joao Pereira:

Tunable quantum dots in doped bilayer graphene


Deborah Prezzi:

Excitonic effects and optical properties of graphene nanoribbons from first principles


Elsa Prada:

Pseudo-diffusive magnetotransport in graphene


Mikhail Titov:
Charge transport in disordered graphene