It is our great pleasure to announce that abstract submission is now open for QD2020, the 11th biannual International Conference on Quantum Dots. The conference will take place in Munich from 19-23 May 2020 and is co-supported by the DFG excellence clusters e-conversion and MCQST. The conference focuses on central many topics of relevance for e-conversion scientists and it will bring together leading researchers and groups from industry working on the fundamental physics, materials, synthesis and applications of Quantum Dots in both experiment and theory.
Organisers: Jonathan Finley (WSI TU Munich), Kai Müller (WSI TU Munich), Alexander Urban (LMU Munich)
Venue: Leonardo Royal Hotel Munich
Scientific topics include:
- Fundamentals: ab-initio and effective theories, spin and magnetic phenomena, quantum optics, quantum coherence, as well as novel analytical and spectroscopic methods…
- Materials: epitaxial & chemically synthesized dots, nanoplatelets, atomically thin 2D materials, layered perovskites and hybrid organic / inorganic QD nanosystems…
- Applications: quantum information technologies, energy harvesting, light-emission, sensors, detectors and biosciences….
Plenary speakers include:
Misha Lukin (Harvard), Eunjoo Jang (Samsung), Jason Petta (Princeton) Moungi Bawendi (MIT) & Richard Warburton (U. Basel)
Invited speakers include:
Anna Rodina (Ioffe Institute), Brian Gerardot (Heriot Watt), Charlotte Bottcher (Harvard), Mete Atatüre (U. Cambridge), Dan Gamelin (U. Washington, Seattle), Dan Gammon (NREL, Washington DC), Ed Barnes (Virginia Tech), Iwan Moreels (Ghent University), Jacky Even (Université de Rennes) Jochen Feldmann (LMU, Munich), Mikhail Glazov (Ioffe Institute), Pawel Hawrylak (U. Ottowa), Peter Michler (U. Stuttgart), Peter Reiss (CEA Grenoble) Philippe Guyot-Sionnest (U. Chicago), Richard Schaller (Argonne National Lab), Seigo Tarucha (RIKEN) Uri Banin (Hebrew University), Xiaogang Peng (Zhejiang University) and more to be added ….
For more details, please visit the conference website: www.qd2020.de