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IOP Low Temperature Group AGM

Posted on 03/09/2010
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Royal Holloway University of London, September 6th, 2010

Programme

10:00

Registration and refreshments

10:25

Opening Remarks

 

Morning Session Chair: Andrei Golov (University of Manchester)

10:30

Lattice Cooling with Tunnel Junctions  (INVITED)

Juha Muhonen (Aalto University School of Science and Technology, Finland)

11:10

Interacting Charged Vortices in He-II at Low Temperature

Peter Tompsett (University of Manchester)

11:30

Search for a Link Between Pair-Breaking and Vortex-Production in Superfluid 3He-B

Martin Jackson (University of Lancaster)

11:50

Direct Measurements of the Energy Dissipated by Decaying Quantum Turbulence in Superfluid 3He-B at Low Temperatures

David Potts (University of Lancaster)

12:10

Recent transport results for the itinerant metamagnet Sr3Ru207

Jan Bruin (University of St. Andrews)

12:30

Evidence for Fermi Surface Reconstruction in YBa2Cu4O8 from transport measurements in pulsed magnetic fields

Patrick Rourke (University of Bristol)

12:50

Low Temperature Group AGM, Lunch and Posters

 

Afternoon Session Chair: Chris Mellor (University of Nottingham)

14:00

Development of nanoSQUIDs for magnetic nanoparticle detection (INVITED)

Ling Hao (National Physical Laboratory)

14:30

Dissipation in high stress silicon nitride nanomechanical resonators at low temperatures

Kunal Lulla (University of Nottingham)

14:50

NMR Studies of the Superfluidity of 3He in Confined Geometry

Lev Levitin (Royal Holloway University of London)

15:10

Bifurcation amplification in a superconducting co-planar resonator

Giovanna Tancredi (Royal Holloway University of London)

15:30

Afternoon Refreshments

16:00

Quantum criticality and collapsing Fermi surface in YbRh2Si2 (INVITED)

Sven Friedemann (University of Cambridge)

16:30

Using quantum dots as energy filters to cool an area of two dimensional electron gas (INVITED)

Charles Smith (University of Cambridge)

17:00

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