Centro de Ciencias de Benasque Pedro Pascual

Centro de Ciencias de Benasque Pedro Pascual

Session image


2009, Jul 25 -- Aug 08

F. Guinea (ICMM-CSIC)
M. I. Katsnelson (Radboud U. Nijmegen)
M. A. H. Vozmediano (ICMM-CSIC)

  • Mornings: 4 lectures (45 min). 9:00-13:00.
    13:00 to 6 pm free.
    Evening sections: 6:00-9:00 pm: every two days panel section-discussions (beginning with a tutorial).

    Posters will be posted for the whole duration of the program. There will be an evening devoted to junior contributions.

  • Structural phase transitions in bromine intercalated graphite
      The role of hydrogen in the ferromagnetism of graphite
      Pseudospin Valve in Bilayer Graphene: Towards Graphene-Based Pseudospintronics
     P.San José
      Effects of strains and magnetic fields on electronic transport in suspended graphene
     G. León
      Quantum pumping in graphene
      Evolution of squeezed states under the Fock-Darwin Hamiltonian
      Spintronics with graphene
      Spin transport through graphene pn-junctions
      Electronic corrugation of rippled graphene epitaxially grown on Ru(0001)
      A new type of vacancy induced localized states in multilayer graphene
      Effect of Coulomb interactions on the optical properties of doped graphene
      Molecular Beam Deposition and Raman Characterization of Large Area Graphene Layers
     J.M. García
      The problem of two interacting Dirac electrons
      Mapping the electronic surface potential of periodically rippled graphene
     A.Vazquez de Parga
      Andreev reflection in graphene nanoribbons
     D. Rainis
      Blockade and superdrag in exciton-condensate Josephson junctions
     F. Taddei
      Magnetotransport as probe of impurity scatering on single and bilayer graphene
     M. Monteverde
      Lenosky's energy and the phonon dispersion of graphene
     S. Viola
      Band Insulator to Mott insulator tuning a gate voltage.
     Alberto Cortijo
      Collective modes of doped graphene and a standard two-dimensional electron gas in a strong magnetic field: Linear magnetoplasmons versus magnetoexcitons.
      Exploring epitaxial graphene on RU(0001) in magnetic field.
     N. Agraït

    Monday, July 27
    • 09:00h
    • Spectroscopy of electrons and phonons in graphene structures
    • 10:00h
    • Magneto-optics of electronic excitations in graphene (infrared absorption and Raman)
        V. Falko
    • 11:00h
    • Graphene Photonics: from photoluminescence to ultrafast lasers
    • 12:00h
    • Strained graphene: tight-binding and ab-initio studies
    • 18:00h
    • Tutorial: NLsM.
       A. Mirlin
    • 19:00h
    • Discussion: "Strains in graphene"

      Tuesday, July 28
      • 09:00h
      • Quantum Transport in a 2D membranev
      • 10:00h
      • The twisted bilayer: an experimental and theoretical review
         J. Lopes Dos Santos
      • 11:00h
      • Ribbons, rings and rough cavities: Mesoscopic effects in transport through graphene structures
      • 12:00h
      • Bound states and Landau levels at a graphite stacking fault.

        Wednesday, July 29
        • 09:00h
        • Observation of Fractional Quantum Hall effect in suspended graphene
        • 10:00h
        • Interaction and disorder effects in single and double layer graphene
        • 11:00h
        • Mott phases and phase transitions in graphene
        • 12:00h
        • Massive Dirac fermions in single-layer graphene
        • 17:30h
        • Panel section: Gauge fields, ripples.
           Moderator: M. Vozmediano
        • 18:30h
        • Discussions.

          Thursday, July 30
          • 09:00h
          • Periodically rippled graphene: An electronically and structurally nanostructured material
             A.Vazquez de Parga
          • 10:00h
          • Manipulating Dirac physics with mesoscopics in graphene
          • 11:00h
          • Effect of the electron-phonon interaction on spectroscopies of graphene
          • 12:00h
          • Ballistic transport in disordered graphene
          • 18:00h
          • Tutorial: Topological issues.
             D. Haldane
          • 19:00h
          • Panel Section: Interactions.

            Friday, July 31
            • 09:00h
            • Electric potential roughness in the thin SiO2 that sustain graphene layers
            • 10:00h
            • 2x2x2: bistable states in a bilayer graphene controlled by two gates
            • 11:00h
            • Electron‐electron interaction effects on the optical conductivity of doped graphene
               M. Polini
            • 12:00h
            • ABC of graphene trilayers
               E. MacCann
            • 18:00h
            • Junior contributions

              Monday, August 03
              • 09:00h
              • Graphene update
              • 10:00h
              • Propagating, evanescent, and localized states in carbon nanotube-graphene junctions
                 J. Gonzalez
              • 11:00h
              • Transition from metallic to insulating behaviour in graphene
              • 12:00h
              • Dirac fermions in epitaxial and exfoliated graphene.
                 A. Lanzara
              • 18:00h
              • Tutorial: Density Functional
                 A. Lichtenstein

                Tuesday, August 04
                • 09:00h
                • Anisotropic Etching and Crystallographic Nanoribbon Formation in Single-Layer Graphene
                • 10:00h
                • Transport in Graphene Quantum Dots
                • 11:00h
                • Magneto-spectroscopy of multilayer epitaxial graphene, of graphite and of graphene.
                   M. Potemski
                • 12:00h
                • Adsorbate-limited conductivity of graphene
                • 18:00h
                • Panel section: Transport.
                   Moderator: A. Geim
                • Shot noise in graphene and the Coulomb
                   B. Horovitz

                  Wednesday, August 05
                  • 09:00h
                  • Quantum interference effects in graphene
                  • 10:00h
                  • Four routes to chemical functionalization of graphene
                  • 11:00h
                  • Adsorbates on graphene: Interaction mechanisms and impurity states
                  • 12:00h
                  • Short presentations
                  • Stoner ferromagnetic phase of a graphene in the presence of an in-plane magnetic field
                     R. Asgari
                      Scanning probe exploration of exfoliated graphene on SiO2 and epitaxial graphene on Ru(0001) in magnetic field
                     N. Agrait

                  • 18:00h
                  • Panel Section: Chemistry, structure.
                     Moderator: M. Katsnelson

                    Thursday, August 06
                    • 09:00h
                    • Quantum Hall Effect and Electron-Electron Interactions in Graphene
                    • 10:00h
                    • Electrostatic confinement of Dirac particles in graphene
                    • 11:00h
                    • TBA
                    • 12:00h
                    • Electronic Transport in Disordered Graphene Sheets and Nanoribbons
                    • 13:00h
                    • Discussion on the validity of the self-consistent Born approximation and sigma model approaches.
                    • 18:00h
                    • Panel section: QHE
                       P. Kim

                      Friday, August 07
                      • 09:00h
                      • Infrared spectroscopy of single and bi-layer graphene
                      • 10:00h
                      • The intrinsic carrier density of Graphite, a two-dimensional gapless semiconductor.
                      • 11:00h
                      • Spin transport in graphene
                      • 12:00h
                      • Closing remarks.
                         Poster session.

                        This session has received financial support from the following institutions:

                        • logo CSIC
                        • Gobierno de Aragón
                        • Ministerio de educación y ciencia
                        • DPH
                        • Universidad de Zaragoza
                        • Ayuntamiento de Benasque


                        Our building

                        • Future building