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No-late-fee registration extended to 25 June 2011!

The 19th international conference on Electronic Properties of Two-Dimensional Systems (EP2DS19) and the 15th conference on Modulated Semiconductor Structures (MSS 15) will be held together in Tallahassee, Florida on July 25-29, 2011.

Scope of conferences

INVITED SPEAKERS




Plenary invited speakers

Amir Yacoby
Konstantin Novoselov
Zahid Hasan
Jochen Mannhart
Loren Pfeiffer
Jerome Faist

EP2DS invited speakers

Alberto Amo
Lars Tiemann
Andrea Young
Javed Shabani
Luis Brey
Xi Chen
Ewelina Hankiewicz
Lu Li
Denis Konstantinov
Frédéric Pierre


MSS invited speakers
Mete Atatüre
Martin Wagner
Werner Wegscheider
Ming Zheng
Andrea Ferrari
Oleg Makarovsky
Gunther Springholz
David Gershoni

EP2DS emphasizes the fundamental physics, including transport and optical properties of electronic states in low dimensional systems, which now include graphene, nanotubes and dielectric interfaces.

Topics for EP2DS will include:

  • Electronic, optical and magnetic properties of low-dimensional systems
  • Semiconductor heterostructures, superlattices, quantum wires, and quantum dots
  • Quantum Hall effects
  • Physics of quantum information as applied to limited dimensional electronic states
  • Spin phenomena in nanostructures
  • Novel low-dimensional systems, including graphene, carbon nanotubes, and nanowires
  • NEMS, biological and molecular structures
  • Physics and devices for quantum information processing
  • Organic semiconductors
  • Hybrid Structures
  • Metal-insulator transitions
  • Novel probes, experimental techniques

MSS addresses the synthesis, processing and applications of modulated materials, as well as novel systems, the broader range of carbon based, hybrid, modulated organic, spintronic, and biologically based modulated structures.

Topics for MSS will include:

  • Advances in growth and processing for modulated structures
  • The Magnet Lab
    The Magnet Lab's FSU headquarters spans 330,000 square feet.
  • Nanowires and dots: electronic and optical properties
  • Nanophotonic structures
  • Spintronics and spin-effects in nanostructures
  • Physics and devices for quantum information processing
  • Heterostructures and superlattices
  • Organic semiconductors and hybrid structures
  • Novel modulated structures, including carbon nanotubes, graphene, molecular structures, NEMS, and bio-based structures
  • Novel probing and fabrication techniques

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