Young Investigator's online workshop, May 10-12, 2021

The workshop aims to bring together experts and younger investigators on nanoengineered superconductors and vortex matter. The focus will be on charge and flux dynamics on the micro- and nanoscale, magneto-transport properties of superconductors, as well as their applications in magnetic-field sensing, single-photon detection, and hybrid quantum circuits. 

Workshop topics include:

  • Pinning, vortex dynamics and fluxonic devices
  • Topological, 2D and interface superconductivity
  • Superconductors at microwave frequencies
  • Proximity effects and spin transport in S/F hybrids
  • Direct-write and low-dimensional superconductors
  • Josephson junctions, SQUIDs and related phenomena
  • Nano-electromechanis and hybrid quantum circuits
  • Superconducting single-photon detectors

The workshop will feature invited talks by young investigators, poster presentations, and some special talks. There will be no registration fee for the participation and we offer an option to participate as a "Scholar" (i.e. without presenting a talk or poster), which might be especially attractive for graduate students. Please note that registration is mandatory for participation in this event. The workshop is hosted by the University of Vienna with support of the COST Action CA16218 "NanoCoHybri".