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Interaction of twisted light with semiconductor nanostructures and its application to quantum computing

Prof. Pablo I. Tamborenea    and Dr. Guillermo F. Quinteiro   
Departamento de Física   

Facultad de Ciencias Exactas y Naturales
Universidad de Buenos Aires
Ciudad Universitaria, Pabellon I
(1428) Buenos Aires

SFB 762: Funktionalität Oxidischer Grenzflächen

The Sonderforschungsbereich 762 is a collaborative project of the universities Halle-Wittenberg, Leipzig and Magdeburg and the Max-Planck-Institute of Microstructure Physics in Halle as well.

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SPP 1165:  Nanodrähte und Nanoröhren: von kontrollierter Synthese zur Funktion

Ballistic conductance of suspended nanowires: An ab initio description

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SPP 1153:  Cluster in Kontakt mit Oberflächen: Elektronenstruktur und Magnetismus

Magnetism, structure and interactions on the atomic scale: supported metal clusters on metal surfaces

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  • Transport and electronic properties of metallic nanoparticles in terahertz laser fields
  • Entangled electron pair generation

  • Matter in strong laser fields (Prof. Shu-Min Li, China)
  • Classical dynamics of nonholonomic systems (Prof. Shu-Min Li, China)
  • Non-linear classical and quantum dynamics of molecular chains (Prof. Levan Chotorlishvili, Georgia)
  • Relativistic many-particle scattering (Prof. Sunil Dhar, India)

Cluster of Excellence Nanostrukturierte Materialien

  • Nonequilibrium magnetotransport in nanostructures

Spin-polarized correlation spectroscopy (Prof. J.F. Williams and Dr. S. Samarin, The University of Western Australia)

  • Correlation and entanglement investigated via pair-correlation spectroscopy (Prof. J. Kirschner, Dr. F. Schumann et al.)
  • Electronic and magnetic properties of surfaces and interfaces (Prof. P. Bruno, Dr. J. Henk, Dr. A. Ernst, Dr. V. Stepanuyk)

Center for Physics of Fundamental Interactions Lisboa, Portugal

Spin dynamics and magnetotransport properties of nanowires (Prof. Vítor J. Rocha Vieira, Prof. Pedro, D. Sacrament, Prof. Miguel Araújo, Dr. Paul Horley)

Department of Mathematics and Applied Physics   

Rzeszów University of Technology   

Spin-dependent scattering and transport theory of magnetic nanostructures (Prof. Vitalii Dugaev)