The workshop Quantum Transport in Nanoscale Molecular Systems is a bi-annual meeting devoted to understanding charge and energy transport processes and phenomena in nanoscale molecular systems, in particular, molecular junctions. These systems combine the possibility to study fundamental aspects of nonequilibrium many-body quantum physics at the nanoscale with the perspective for technological applications in nanoelectronic devices
Experimental measurements of transport properties of single molecules in nanojuctions have revealed a wealth of interesting physical transport phenomena such as Coulomb blockade, Kondo effects, vibronic effects and local heating, as well as switching and hysteresis. The understanding of the fundamental mechanisms of quantum transport in single molecule junctions as well as the interpretation of these experimental observations requires the development of theoretical methods for the description of non-equilibrium interacting many-body systems at the molecular scale.
The meeting aims at an interactive dialog between experimental and theoretical researchers working in the field of nonequilibrium charge and energy transport processes in nanoscale molecular architectures. Focus topics of this years meeting include (but are not limited to) spin effects in molecular junctions and molecular magnets, nanoplasmonics, noise, vibronic and thermoelectric effects, quantum interference and decoherence, as well as nonstationary time-dependent transport.
We wish to ensure an intimate workshop setting, with no more than 20 to 25 participants. If you are interested in attending, but have not received an invitation, please contact the workshop organizer before registering. If you have registered for a meeting you were not invited to, you may be subject to a $100 fee.
TSRC is about expanding the frontiers of science, exploring new ideas, and building collaborations. The workshop schedule will allow for substantial unstructured time for participants to talk and think. All participants are expected to stay for the entire duration of the workshop. Scientists are encouraged to consider bringing family or friends. Telluride offers a number of options for children's camps (including Telluride Academy, Aha School for the Arts, and Pinhead Institute). There is more information on childcare, camps, and family activities on TSRC's website. Feel free to contact TSRC's staff to help with any planning and/or coordinating care.
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725 West Colorado Ave Telluride CO 81435
|Brandbyge, Mads||Technical University of Denmark|
|Donarini, Andrea||University of Regensburg|
|Evers, Ferdinand||University of Regensburg|
|Fischer, Felix Raoul||Department of Chemistry, University of California Berkeley, CA 94720, USA|
|Franco, Ignacio||University of Rochester|
|Franke, Katharina||Freie UniversitÃ¤t Berlin|
|Frederiksen, Thomas||Donostia International Physics Center (DIPC)|
|Gunasekaran, Suman||Columbia University|
|Hedegard, Per||University of Copenhagen|
|Hybertsen, Mark S||Brookhaven National Laboratory|
|Jelinek, Pavel||Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences|
|Nitzan, ABRAHAM||University of Pennsylvania|
|Novotny, Tomas||Charles University, Prague|
|Pascual, Jose Ignacio||nanoGUNE|
|Peskin, Uri||Technion - Israel Institute of Technology|
|Reddy, Pramod||University of Michigan|
|Refaely-Abramson, Sivan||Weizmann Institute of Science|
|Scheer, Elke||University of Konstanz|
|Schull, Guillaume||CNRS - IPCMS|
|Solomon, Gemma||University of Copenhagen|
|Stafford, Charles||University of Arizona|
|Tal, Oren||Weizmann Institute of Science|
|Thijssen, Jos||Delft Universoity of Technology|
|Thoss, Michael||University of Freiburg|
|Wulfhekel, Wulf||KIT, Physikalisches Institut|