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Wednesday 15 April 2015

 

Small-scale / Electronics

Chair:

Yuri Pashkin, Lancaster University, UK

09:00

(keynote) Ultra-energy-efficient adiabatic superconducting logic: what is the minimum energy limit in computation?
Nobuyuki Yoshikawa, Yokohama National University, Japan

09:45

Development of NEMS resonators coupled to a nanoSQUID
John Gallop, National Physical Laboratory (NPL), UK

10:05

Tunable microwave oscillators based on an asymmetric flow of vortices in YBa2Cu3O7-δ Josephson-junction arrays and operating at 77K and above

Boris Chesca, Loughborough University, UK

10:25

Refreshments

Properties of superconductors

Chair:

Yuji Matsuda, Kyoto University, Japan

11:00

(keynote) Exploring superconductivity in the vicinity of electronic ordering
Hidenori Takagi, Max-Planck Institute/University of Tokyo, Germany/Japan

11:45

Rectifying a fundamental flaw in BCS theory
Xueheng Zheng, Queen's University Belfast, UK

12:05

Superconducting metamaterial: Resonant response at visible wavelengths
Kaveh Delfanazari, University of Southampton, UK

12:25

Magneto-Optical Imaging: A tool for fundamental physics and applications of superconductivity
Pavlo Mikheenko, University of Oslo, Norway

12:45

Lunch

High Tc superconductivity

Chair:

Carsten Putzke, University of Bristol, UK

13:45

(keynote) Physics of iron-based high temperature superconductors
Yuji Matsuda, Kyoto University, Japan

14:30

Superconducting gap structure and quantum criticality in the iron-pnictide: BaFe­2(As{1-x}Px)2
Anthony Carrington, University of Bristol, UK

14:50

Doping dependence of intrinsic Josephson properties in Pb1-ySr2Y1-xCaxCu2+yO7+δ epitaxial films
Sachio Komori, Kyoto University, Japan

15:10

The electronic structure of superconducting FeSe
Matthew Watson, Oxford University, UK

15:30

High magnetic field studies of the vortex lattice structure in Y0.96Ca0.04Ba2Cu3O7
Randeep Riyat, University of Birmingham, UK

15:50

The evolution of microwave conductivity in YBCO across the superconducting dome
Jordan Baglo, University of Cambridge, UK

16:10

Refreshments

Chair:

Mark Ainslie, University of Cambridge, UK

16:40

Discussion panel: The future of superconductor physics
Mark Ainslie (Chair), Nobuyuki Yoshikawa, Anthony Carrington, E M Forgan

17:40

Closing remarks

18:00

Close of day three and conference