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Friday, August 15 • 08:30 - 10:30
Topological Insulators IV

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Invited: Nuh Gedik
Observation of Floquet-Bloch States on the Surface of a Topological Insulator 
Co-authors: N/A

Oral: Kathrin-Maria Dantscher
Terahertz radiation induced photogalvanic effect and photoconductivity in HgTe based heterostructures
Co-authors: Christina Zoth, Patricia Vierling, Philipp Faltermeier, Peter Olbrich, Sergey Danilov, Grigory Budkin, Dmitri Kvon, Dimitriy Kozlov, Nikolay Mikhailov, Sergey Dvoretsky, Sergey Tarasenko, Mikhail Glazov, Marina Semina, Leonid Golub, Vasily Bel'kov, Sergey Ganichev

Oral: Gennady Gusev
The Resistance of 2D Topological Insulator in the Absence of the Quantized Transport
Co-authors: Ze Don Kvon, Eugene Olshanetsky, Alexander Levin, Yuriy Krupko, Jean-Claude Portal, Nikolay Mikhailov, Sergey Dvoretsky

Oral: Dieter Weiss
Strained HgTe: A high mobility 3D topological insulator
Co-authors: Ze Don Kvon, Dieter Weiss, Nikolay Mikhailov, Sergey Dvoretskiy

Oral: Jifa Tian
Spin Helical Transport in 3D Topological Insulators from Topological Surface State & Rashba 2D Electron Gases
Co-authors: Ireneusz Miotkowski, Yong Chen

Oral: Akiko Ueda
Aharonov-Bohm interferometry coupled to a BDI class topological superconductor
Co-author: Takehito Yokoyama


Session Chairs

Tomasz Story

Institute of Physics PAS
Prof. Tomasz Story is Head of Semiconductor Physics Department of Institute of Physics of Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw (Poland). His research activities cover: carrier-induced ferromagnetism in semiconductors, thermoelectric energy conversion in narrow-gap semiconductors, and topological crystalline insulators.


Nuh Gedik

Associate Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Professor Gedik's research centers on developing and using advanced optical techniques for investigating ultrafast processes in solids, nanostructures and interfacial molecular assemblies. Typical timescale for these events are femtoseconds (billionth of a millionth of a second), and typical length scales are angstroms (tenth of a billionth of a meter). In order to resolve these fast processes, ultrafast laser pulses with femtosecond durations... Read More →

Friday August 15, 2014 08:30 - 10:30
Room 19A

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