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Superconducting spintronics and Majorana physics symposium

The new areas of superconducting spintronics and Majorana physics are opening up tantalising possibilities in spin-electronics, molecular electronics and quantum computing. This 2-day meeting aims to deepen the links between these areas and trigger new collaborations, particularly between the UK and Israel.
When Mar 15, 2018 08:30 AM to
Mar 16, 2018 04:30 PM
Where The Dirac Room, St John’s College, Cambridge UK
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Radically new science has recently emerged at the interface between superconducting and non-superconducting materials via the proximity effect. These advances open up tantalising possibilities in spin-electronics, molecular electronics and quantum computing, stimulating very broad interest from the scientific community. This two- day focused meeting will draw together the range of specialisms essential to develop full understanding, realisation and exploitation of these new superconductivity mediated phenomena.

Sponsored by the British Council, St John's College Cambridge and the EPSRC.

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