Congratulations Mauro and Hyeonjun on the publication of your paper ‘Spin–layer locking of interlayer excitons trapped in moiré potentials‘ in Nature Materials: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41563-020-0687-7
One of our PhD students – Zak – has won best experimental poster entitled ‘Coherent Control of a Quantum Dot via Stimulated Raman Adiabatic Passage’ at the recent Bristol Quantum Information Technologies Workshop (BQIT:20), held virtually this year. Congratulations Zak – that’s a great achievement!!
Daniel has joined us straight from finishing his PhD in the preparation and characterisation of optical and optoelectronic devices based in two-dimensional semiconductors at the University of Valencia. At Heriot-Watt Daniel will be further exploring the experimental process from the preparation and characterisation through to the application in a final device using these 2D materials….
Micaela aims to develop scalable on-chip quantum photonics microsystems integrating a class of newly discovered 2D semiconductor materials (transition metal dichalcogenides) in state-of-the-art CMOS compatible nanophotonic circuits, Karen will be controlling spins in silicon carbide to study their potential application as a form of quantum information storage and Aidan will be investigating new structures for more…
Dr. Markus Rambach has joined us today from the University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia. His project will explore light-matter interfaces using semiconductor quantum dots and quantum frequency conversion in order to work towards feasible quantum networks and the hybridization of quantum systems. Welcome to Heriot-Watt Markus!