Solid State Physics Seminar

Weekly Seminar in collaboration with the Department of Physics of the School of Applied Mathematical and Physical Sciences of National Technical University of Athens (NTUA).

The seminars are taking place at the seminar room of the Solid State Physics (SSP) Department, building II-4 (2nd floor), or in room 027 on the ground floor of the building of the Department of Physics of NTUA.

                                                      Seminar Program 2017 - 2018

Date/location Speaker Title
11.01.2017 (SSP,15:00) S. Athanasopoulos, Universidad Madrid Exciton and charge transition phenomena in organic solid state semiconductors
11.01.2017 (SSP,12:00) Ν. Kioussis, California State University, USA Electric Field and Strain Control of Magnetism: Towards Ultralow Energy Memory Devices
18.01.2017 (SSP,12:00) Ν. Fytas, Coventry University, UK  Phase Transitions in Disordered Systems: The Example of the Random – Field Ising Model
23.01.2017 (SSP,14:00) C. Tserkezis, Technical University of Denmark Plasmonic nanostructures for tracing and analysing nanoscale processes
25.01.2017 (SSP,13:00) P. Benetatos, Kyungpook National University, Republic of Korea Bond formation in semiflexible polymers
 25.01.2017 (SSP,14:00) S. Sotiriadis, University of Rome 3 Mechanism for thermodynamic equilibrium in quantum systems
 26.01.2017 (SSP,11:00) D. Stefanatos, Greek military academy Quantum system control with applications in thermodynamics, optomechanics and photonic lattices
27.01.2017 (SSP,11:00) P. Stefanou, University of Cyprus Modelling the flow and deformation of complex composite systems by use of non-equilibrium theormodynamics
27.01.2017 (SSP,12:00) K. Tsakmakidis, Max Planck - University of Ottawa Spatial wave localization: From stopping of light to quantum self-organized criticality and the transgression of the fundamental limit of temporal bandwidth
 31.01.2017 (SSP,12:00) P. Kalozoumis, Université du Maine (LAUM) - UMR, CNRS Non-periodical structures with local symmetries and the generatlzation of Bloch theorem
 31.01.2017 (SSP,13:00) I. Roussohatjakis, University of Minnesota Instabilities of topological Kitaev spin liquids
31.01.2017 (SSP,14:30) G. Kastrinakis, IESL, FORTH, Crete  New correlated fermionic superfluid state
08.02.2017 (SSP,13:00) L. Lyberakis, Max-Planck-Institut fϋr Eisenforschung Epitaxial Grown of III-Nitrides: Insights from Density Functional Theory Calculations
 22.03.2017 (SSP,13:00) S. Kourtis, Boston University, USA Controlling correlated and topological matter
07.04.2017 (SSP,16:15)  D. Mastroyiannis, SSP NKUA, Greece Experimental investigation of the mechanisms involved during audio and E/M signal emission from crystalline materials under homoaxial compression up to the breaking point
25.05.2017 (SSP,10:30)   Professor A. Alsaad, Jordan University of Science and Technology  Nanotechnology Institute of Jordan University of Science and Technology
26.05.2017 (SSP,16:30)  Professor A. Alsaad, Jordan University of Science and Technology Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Physical Principles 
 03.10.2017 (SSP,12:00) Sigiava Αminalrαyia-Giamini,NKUA, Greece Graphene and 2D materials in Nanoelectronics applications
 24.11.2017 (NTUA, 14:30) P. Ch. Kelires Modelling Nanomaterials Properties at the Atomic Level
  07.12.2017 (SSP,15:00) Sigiava Αminalrαyia-Giamini,NKUA, Greece Graphene and 2D materials in Nanoelectronics applications
 11.01.2017 (NTUA, 14:30) I. Pantazi Towards Bayesian Molecular Dynamics
  21.03.2018 (SSP,11:00) P. Theodorakis, Institute of Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences Stiffness-guided motion of a droplet on a solid substrate
   11.05.2018 (SSP,16:00) Haosu Luo, Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China   Investigation of multifunctional relaxor-PT single crystals for device applications
  11.05.2018 (SSP,17:00)   Guorong Li, Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China The photocatalytic and ferroelectric properties of SrBi2-xLaxNb2O9 powders
 11.07.2018 (SSP,11:00) N. Velonakis, SSP NKUA, Greece  Study and Calculation of Critical Exponents in the Dilute Baxter-Wu Model


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