CNS Enabled Technologies

  • Nanoscale magnetic sensor

  • Environmental SEM

  • Biological and Biomaterials Imaging

  • Atomic Resolution TEM Imaging

  • Injectable Self-assembling Inorganic Scaffolds

  • Linear and Nonlinear Confocal Microscopy

  • 25nm Field Effect Transistor

  • Quantum Dot Structures

  • Complex Microfluidic Systems

  • Single Electron Transistor

  • SiO2 Corkscrew Stuctures

  • Nanowire Transistor

  • NanoPhotonic Resonators

  • Diamond NanoPhotonics

  • Complex MEMs Arrays

  • GaN Nanodisks

  • Q-Dot Device

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CNS Seminar: "Dispersion Engineering and Control in Flat Optics Components Based on Metasurfaces" Alexander Zhu - Capasso Group

May 26, 2017

LISE 303, Noon

Abstract: Recently there have been significant interests in studying the interaction of light with artificially engineered materials. In particular, metasurfaces, which consist of a single layer of nanostructures with subwavelength spacing patterned at an interface, have received much attention as they have the potential to replace traditional refractive-optics with compact, planar devices that can be realized with only a single layer of lithography. Furthermore, these devices can also be designed to possess novel functionalities with little to no increase in… Read more about CNS Seminar: "Dispersion Engineering and Control in Flat Optics Components Based on Metasurfaces" Alexander Zhu - Capasso Group

CNS Seminar, "Science and Technology Center for Integrated Quantum Materials," Professor Robert M. Westervelt

May 19, 2017

12:00 PM,  29 Oxford Street, Pierce Hall 209

Abstract: The 5-year renewal plans for the STC for Integrated Quantum Materials will be presented. Our vision is to use quantum materials to enable quantum sensors, quantum communication, and quantum computing.  Center faculty at Harvard, Howard University, and MIT will pursue four Research Areas:  Van der Waals Heterostructures, led by Philip Kim (Harvard), Discovery of New Topological Crystals, led by Joe Checkelsky (MIT), Topologically Protected Qubits, led by Amir Yacoby (Harvard) and Pablo Jarillo-Herrero (MIT), and Quantum… Read more about CNS Seminar, "Science and Technology Center for Integrated Quantum Materials," Professor Robert M. Westervelt

CNS Seminar: "Probing Topological Superconductivity in HgTe/HgCdTe Quantum Wells," Hechen Ren, Yacoby Group, HU

April 28, 2017

Friday, April 28th, LISE 303, 12PM

 

Abstract: Decoherence due to local noise is the worst enemy of quantum information. To combat this, topological quantum computing has been proposed as a powerful and elegant scheme to encode quantum information globally, and hence stay robust against local perturbations. In the past five years, this field has begun to see experimental breakthroughs made possible by combining superconductivity and various low-dimensional quantum materials with significant spin-orbit interaction. Here in the Yacoby group, we fabricate superconducting devices… Read more about CNS Seminar: "Probing Topological Superconductivity in HgTe/HgCdTe Quantum Wells," Hechen Ren, Yacoby Group, HU

CNS Seminar, "Engineering Quantum Confinement in Semiconducting van der Waals Heterostructure," Professor Philip Kim

March 24, 2017

12:00pm, Pierce Hall 209 (NOTE ROOM CHANGE!)

The recent development of research in 2-dimensional (2D) semiconducting materials based on semiconducting transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDCs) enables a novel engineered quantum structures. Employing functional interface realized in high-quality van der Waals (vdW) heterostructures, gate-defined electronic systems can be fabricated. In particular, spatially confined quantum structures in TMDC can offer unique valley-spin features, holding the promises for novel mesoscopic systems, such as valley-spin qubits. In this presentation, we… Read more about CNS Seminar, "Engineering Quantum Confinement in Semiconducting van der Waals Heterostructure," Professor Philip Kim

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