These are the talks that happened in the CDT last year, please look at the 2017/18 page for an up to date list for this academic year.
Journal club usually happens on Monday afternoons 2-4pm, and are streamed between Bath and Bristol.
|6th March 2017||Paolo Abrami||Reversible Control of Co Magnetism by Voltage-Induced Oxidation||Phys. Rev. Lett. 113, 267202 (2014)|
|Owen Moulding||Ferromagnetic Quantum Critical Point in the Heavy-Fermion Metal YbNi4(P1-xAsx)2||Science 339, 933 (2013)|
|13th March 2017||Tom Saunderson||Experimental Observation of the Quantum Anomalous Hall Effect in a Magnetic Topological Insulator||Science 340, 167 (2013)|
|Lawrence Gammond||Pressure-induced normal-incommensurate and incommensurate-commensurate phase transitions in CrOCl||Sci. Rep. 5, 9647 (2015)|
|20th March 2017||Surani Gunasekera||Terahertz-field-induced insulator-to-metal transition in vanadium dioxide metamaterial||Nature 487, 345 (2012)|
|Nathan Missault||Room-Temperature Quantum Bit Storage Exceeding 39 Minutes Using Ionized Donors in Silicon-28||Science 342, 830 (2013)|
The seminar series happens on a Tuesday afternoon 2-4, these are from a variety of people including academics and students based at Bath and Bristol and also external speakers.
|18th October 2016||Kei Takashina||
Spin-valley physics and other possbilities with silicon-based two-dimensional systems
|1st November 2016||Simon Hall||Unexpected Crystals||01.11.16 – Simon Hall|
|15th November 2016||Sergey Gordeev||Shuttling transport in nanostructures||15.11.16 – Sergey Gordeev|
|29th November 2016||Martin Gradhand||Unconventional Transport in Unconventional Materials||29.11.16 – Martin Gradhand|
|13th December 2016||Alison Walker||Multiscale modelling of charge and energy transport in organic and hybrid organic-inorganic devices and materials|
|28th February 2017||Lewis Hart||Novel Transition Metal Dichalcogenide Semiconductors and Heterostructures||28.02.2017 – Lewis Hart|
|28th March 2017||Joshua Robbins||Modern Theory for the Orbital Magnetisation in a Superconductor||28.03.2017 – Joshua Robbins Flyer|
These are generally the students assessed talks and include talks on ETP projects, group work etc.
ETP2 presentations, Tuesday 7th March 2017, 2.00 pm
Liam Farrar – “A nanoscale Archimedes screw”
Tom Saunderson – “Self Consistent Calculations in Superconducting Niobium”
Nathan Missault – “The electronic structure of LaAgSb2”
Surani Gunasekera – “Electronic structure of hexagonal and octahedral MoS2 monolayers”
Group Work presentations, Friday 31st March 2017, 2.30 pm
Group 1 – “Multimedia in CMP”
Group 2 – “Workshop in CMP”
Group 3 – “Joining Superconductors”