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Plenary Speakers

Ahmet Avsar

National University of Singapore, Singapore

Strong Spin-Lifetime Anisotropy in Ultrathin Black Phosphorus

Antonio Bianconi


Quantum Material Design of Unique Functionalities in Artificial Nanoscale Superlattices of Quantum Wells by Advanced 3nm Technology

Bernd Buechner

IFW Dresden and University Dresden, Germany

Orbitals and Nematicity in 1111- and 111-type Fe based Superconductors

Francesco Tafuri

University of Napoli, Italy

Hybrid Josephson Junctions opportunity for Quantum Hardware and Science Advance

Hai-Hu Wen

Nanjing University National Laboratory for Superconductivity, China

Local Pairing Format and Interplay between Superconductivity and Antiferromagnetism in Cuprate Superconductors

Irfan Siddiqi

UC Berkeley, USA

The Dawn of the Quantum Computing Era

Ivan Bozovic

Brookhaven National Laboratory, USA

Electronic Nematicity in Cuprates and Why is it Crucial

Jacobo Santamaría

Universidad Complutense Madrid, Spain

Interplay between Ferromagnetism and Superconductivity: Long Range Josephson Effect Across a Ferromagnetic Weak-link

José Ignacio Latorre

Centre for Quantum Technologies, Singapore - Technology Innovation Institute, Abu dhabi

Quantum Disruption Technology versus Advances in Control of Quantum Elements.

Laura Greene

The National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, USA ; Florida State University, USA

The Dark Energy of Quantum Materials: A Multidimensional Playground in Superconductivity

Oguz Gülseren

Bilkent University, Turkey

Magnetic Properties of 2D Materials

Paul Koenraad

Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands

Atomic Scale Microscopy of Self-Assembled Dots Grown by Droplet Epitaxy

Pietro Gambardella

ETH Zürich, Switzerland

Manipulating Chiral Spin Textures by Electric Currents

Roland Wiesendanger

University of Hamburg, Germany

Bottom-up Design of Topological Qubits for Robust Quantum Computing

Valerii Vinokur

Terra Quantum AG, Switzerland

The Ferroelectric Topological Route for Nanoelectronics: Negative Capacitance and more

Xingjiang Zhou

Chinese Academy of Sciences,China

Laser Arpes Study on Electron-Phonon Couplings in High Temperature Cuprate Superconductors

Half Plenary Speakers

Carlo Trugenberger

SwissScientific Technologies SA, Switzerland

Magnetic Monopoles in Quantum Materials: Superinsulation and the Pseudogap State

Gang Cao

University of Colorado Boulder, USA

Control of Chiral Orbital Currents in a Colossal Magnetoresistance Material

Joanna Skiba

Toshiba Research Europe Limited, UK

Entangled Photon LEDs and Their Application for Quantum Communications

Manh-Huong Phan

University of South Florida, USA

Exchange Bias and Interface-Related Effects in Two-dimensional van der Waals Magnetic Heterostructures: Open Questions and Perspectives

Neven Barisic

University of Zagreb, Croatia & Institute of Solid State Physics, TU Wien, Austria

Shifting of Paradigms – High-Tc Cuprates: From Complexity to Simplicity

Oleksandr Dobrovolskiy

University of Vienna, Austria

Cryogenic Magnon Fluxonics

Umut Aydemir

Koç University, Türkiye.

Enhancement of Thermoelectric Efficiency in Semiconductors through Nano Particle Inclusions

Vladimir Fomin

Leibniz IFW Dresden, Germany - Moldova State University, Moldova

Topological Rransitions in ac/dc-driven superconductor nanotubes

Keynote/Invited Speakers

Ahmad Awad

University of Gothenburg, Sweden

Synchronized spin-Hall nano-oscillators arrays based Ising machine and neuromorphic computing

Alejandro Silhanek

Université de Liège, Belgium

Numerical Investigation of Critical States in Superposed Superconducting Films

Alexander Zyuzin

Aalto University, Finland

Superconductivity and transport in ferroelectric metals

Alexandre Tkatchenko

University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg

Machine Learning for Molecules and Materials Entering the Mainstream

Alexey Mironov

Terra Quantum AG, Switzerland

The effect of impulse voltage on superinsulating state

Alexey Ustinov

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany

Waveguide Dispersion Engineering Using Superconducting Qubits

Anatoli Sidorenko

Institute of Electronic Engineering and Nanotechnologies, Moldova

Spintronic Base Elements for Artificial Neural Network

Andrew G. Semenov

Russian Academy of Sciences,Russia

Phase-Charge Duality and Voltage Fluctuations in Quasi-1D Superconductors

Andrey Vasenko

HSE University, Russia

Hybrid Helical State and Superconducting Diode Effect in S/F/TI Heterostructures

Amit Keren

Technion, Israel

Is magnetism relevant to cuprate superconductivity

Ariando Ariando

National University of Singapore, Singapore

Superconductivity in Infinite Layer Nickelates

Atsushi Fujimori

University of Tokyo, Japan-National Tsing Hua University,Tayvan

Electron fractionalization in the pseudogap state of cuprates revealed by resonant inelastic x-ray scattering

Benoit Fauque

ESPCI-Paris, France

Magnetic freeze-out and anomalous Hall effect in the Dirac material ZrTe5

Bernd Beschoten

RWTH Aachen University, Germany

Toward Ballistic Spin Transport in Bilayer Graphene

Changqing Jin

Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

New High Tc Superconductors Upgrade Record of Temperature

Daniel Gillard

The University of Sheffield, UK

Giant effective Zeeman splitting in a monolayer semiconductor realised by spin selective strong light-matter coupling

Daniel Tunega

University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna, Austria

Machine Learning for Designing Mixed Metal Halides for Efficient Ammonia Separation and Storage

Danko Radic

University of Zagreb, Croatia

Magnetoconductivity of a Metal with a Closed Fermi Surface Reconstructed by a Biaxial Charge Density Wave

Davide Massarotti

University of Naples Federico II, Italy

Hybrid Josephson Junctions and Nano-Devices for Quantum Hardware

Denis Sunko

University of Zagreb,Croatia

Cuprate Superconductivity: A Perfect Match of Ionicity and Metallicity

Dmitry Ovchinnikov

University of Washington,USA

Control and Harnessing of Chiral Edge Modes in Topological Magnet MnBi2Te4

Erica W. Carlson

Purdue University, USA

Critical Nematic Correlations throughout the Doping Range in BSCCO

Felix Büttner

Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin, Germany

Skyrmion Device Integration – Deterministic and Ultrafast Creation, Annihilation, and Propagation

Frank Lechermann

Universität Hamburg, Germany

Multiorbital Perspective on Correlated Electrons in Superconducting Nickelates

Freek Massee

Université Paris-Sud, France

Atomic Scale Noise Measurements Reveal Tunnelling Process into Yu-Shiba-Rusinov States in NbSe2

Hermann Freire

Federal University of Goiás, Brazil

Transport Properties of Effective 2D Models for High-Tc Superconductors

Hector Pablo Ojeda Collado

Sapienza University of Rome, Italy

Emergent Parametric Resonances and Collective Dynamical Phases in Periodically Driven BCS Systems

Hiroshi Idzuchi

University of Tokyo, Japan

Emergent spin-dependent interaction via the interface of quasi two-dimensional Cr2Ge2Te6

Ian Farrer

University of Sheffield, UK

Positioned InAs/GaAs Quantum Dot Arrays for use in Nanophotonics Grown by Molecular Beam Epitaxy

Igor Bogush

Moscow State University, Russia

Oscillation, Chaos and Ordering of the Vortex Motion in Superconducting Nanotubes under Modulated Transport Current

Igor Herbut

Simon Fraser University, Canada

Multiband Superconductivity and the Breaking of Time Reversal Symmetry

Ivan Maggio-Aprile

University of Geneva, Switzerland

STM reveals Wang-MacDonald Vortex Core States in a High Temperature Cuprate Superconductor

Jacques Tempere

University of Antwerp,Belgium

Quantum simulating polarons in nanoscopic superconductors

James Kermode

University of Warwick, United Kingdom

Equivariant analytical mapping of first principles Hamiltonians to accurate and transferable materials models

Jan Honolka

Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic

Superconductive transport through Monolayer FeTe on Bi2Te3

Jean-Daniel Bancal

Institute of Theoretical Physics, France

Experimental Quantum key Distribution Certified by Bell's Theorem

Jens Wiebe

Hamburg University, Germany

Topological Properties of Shiba Bands in Atomic-Spin Lattices on Superconductors

Joris Van de Vondel

KU Leuven, Belgium

Molybdenum Germanium Nanobridges as a Building Block for New Superconducting Device Concepts

Joerg Behler

University of Göttingen,Germany

Four Generations of Neural Network Potentials for Materials Simulations

Jon Heffernan

University of Sheffield,UK

Scale-up of Quantum Dot Emitters by Droplet Epitaxy in MOVPE for Quantum Photonics Applications

Jose Lado

Aalto University, Finland

Desing and Realization of Topological and Nodal Superconductors with Artificial Van Der Waals Materials

Joseph Betouras

Loughborough University,UK

Higher order Van Hove singularities and flat bands: the example of ruthenates

Juan Francisco Sierra García

ICN2, Spain

Spin-Orbit Proximity Phenomena in Van Der Waals Materials

Jure Demsar

Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz, Germany

Resilience of the Mott insulating state or La2CuO4 against photodoping

Kai Liu

Georgetown University, USA

Pulling Magnetic Skyrmions out of Thin Air

Karin Everschor-Sitte

University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany

Topological Magnetic Structures and Their Dynamics

Karsten Held

TU Wien, Germany

Nickelate superconductors -- a renaissance of the one-band Hubbard model

Kazuki Imasato

AIST Global Zero Emission Research Center, Japan

Designing Triple Half-Heusler with Unconventional Valence Balance Strategy

Klaus Zollner

University of Regensburg, Germany

Twist Angle Engineering of Proximity Exchange in Graphene/Cr2Ge2Te6 Bilayers

Kyle Shen

Cornell University, USA

Incoherent Cooper pairing, pseudogap behavior, and interfacial electron-phonon coupling in monolayer FeSe/SrTiO3

Leonardo Degiorgi

ETH Zurich, Switzerland

Optical signature of anomalous Hall effect in a correlated magnetic Weyl semimetal

Lexian Yang

Tsinghua University, China

Evolution of the electronic structure of ultrathin films of intrinsic magnetic topological insulator MnBi2Te4

Luca de Medici

ESPCI Paris, France

Mott Quantum Critical Points at Finite Doping

Lucas Caretta

Brown University, USA

Manipulating Excitations in Magnetic Oxides

Madhab Neupane

University of Central Florida, USA

Photoemission Investigation of Superconducting and Magnetic Topological Materials

Maria Cristina Diamantini

University of Perugia, Italy

Type III Superconductivity

Maria Navarro Gastiasoro

CNR-ISC, Italy

Superconductivity Mediated by Soft Ferroelectric Modes

Mayukh Majumder

Shiv Nadar University, India

Evidence of spin-liquid behaviour in the extended quantum critical regime of pressurized CePdAl

Mathias Kläui

Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz, Germany

Skyrmion Dynamics - From Thermal Diffusive Motion to fs Chiral Interactions

Mehmet Cengiz Onbasli

Koc University, Turkey

Ferromagnetic Skyrmion Logic near Landau Limit

Michael Perelshtein

Aalto University, Finland

Multipartite continuous-variable entanglement generation using Josephson metamaterials

Michael Nicklas

Max Planck Institute for Chemical Physics of Solids, Germany

Insights in the Superconducting Phase Diagram of Sr2RuO4 from Thermodynamic Measurements under Uniaxial Pressure

Michał Winiarski

Gdansk University of Technology, Poland

Relations between crystal structure, chemical bonding, and physical properties in superconducting Heusler phases and endohedral cluster compounds

Mikhail Fistul

Ruhr University Bochum, Germany

Frustrated Superconducting Quantum Networks: Hunting for Novel Quantum Phases

Mikhail Kalenkov

Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

Josephson current stimulation by the temperature gradient in Andreev interferometers

Mikhail Silaev

KTH, Sweden

Spontaneous magnon mass in superconductor/ferromagnet/superconductor systems

Milan Allan

Leiden University, Netherlands

Detecting electron pairs without superconductivity with the electron pair microscope

Nicola Poccia

Leibniz IFW Dresden, Germany

3D High Temperature Superconducting Nanoarchitectures Using van der Waals Cuprate Heterostructures

Nicolas Roch

CNRS, France

Evidence of dual Shapiro steps in a Josephson junctions array

Nobuyuki Yoshikawa

Yokohama National Univeristy, Japan

Direct coupled adiabatic-quantum-parametron logic for high-density circuit integration

Oleg Astafiev

Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, Russia

Experimental Demonstration of AC Coherent Quantum Phase Slip Effect

Oleg Yazyev

EPFL, Switzerland

Novel structural and electronic phases of 2D transition metal dichalcogenides

Omargeldi Atanov

Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong

One Dimensional Superconducting Quantum Anomalous Hall Insulator

Omur Dagdeviren

University of Quebec, Canada

Ergodic and Nonergodic Charge Carrier Dynamics at the Atomic Scale

Pascal Simon

Solid State Physics Laboratory, CNRS, Paris Sud University, France

Shot noise in superconducting sub gap bound states

Rizwan Raza

COMSATS University Islamabad, Pakistan

The potential energy materials for fuel cells and emerging technologies

Rosa Cordoba

University of Valencia, Spain

Additive Manufacturing of Advanced Nano-Superconductors, and Devices Using a Direct-Write Technique

Saul Vélez

Autonomous University of Madrid, Spain

Current-Driven Dynamics of Néel Domain Walls and Skyrmions in Magnetic Insulators

Sedat Ballikaya

Istanbul University-Cerrahpaşa, Turkey

New Methodology for Enhancing Thermoelectric Performance of BiSbTe Compounds; Doping with Heavy and Large Atomic Radius Discrepancy Metal Atoms

Selvan Demir

Michigan State University, USA

Molecular Approaches to Electronic Spin Qubits and Single-Molecule Magnets Employing Lanthanides and Organic Radicals

Sergei Mukhin


Euclidean Q-Balls Of Fluctuating SDW/CDW Density Waves As The Pairing 'Glue' In The Pseudogap And Superconducting Phases Of High-Tc Cuprates

Serkan Kasirga

Bilkent University, Turkey

Real-time optical chemical vapor deposition of novel low-dimensional phase change materials

Shawulienu Kezilebieke

University of Jyväskylä, Finland

Engineered Topological Superconductivity in van der Waals Heterostructures

Stefan Heinze

University of Kiel, Germany

Theory of nanoscale topological spin structures in ultrathin films

Stefania Pizzini

Institut Néel, CNRS, France

Current-driven domain wall dynamics in ferrimagnetic Ni-doped Mn4N films

Steffen Wirth

Max Planck Institutes,Germany

Detection of non-trivial surface states by STM

S. R. Eric Yang

Korea University, South Korea

New disordered anyon phase of doped graphene zigzag nanoribbon

Tatiana Rappoport

Telecommunications Institute, Portugal

Orbital Hall Effect and Higher-Order Topology in 2D Materials

Thorsten Schmitt

Paul Scherrer Institute, Switzerland

Spin-excitation anisotropy in the nematic state of detwinned FeSe

Tomasz Klimczuk

Gdansk University of Technology, Poland

Synthesis and Superconductivity in Novel {Nb,Ta}Rh2B2 and {Nb,Ta}Ir2B2 Noncentrosymmetric Borides

Venkata Kamalakar Mutta

Uppsala University, Sweden

Interface and substrate-induced effects in graphene spintronic devices

Vincent Cros


Optimization of spin-orbit torques and skyrmion dynamics in magnetic multilayers

Vladislav Kataev

IFW Dresten, Germany

Low-energy Spin Excitations and Intrinsic Anisotropy of Layered Van Der Waals Magnets

Volker Deringer

University of Oxford,USA

Machine-learning-driven advances in modelling amorphous materials

Walter Metzner

Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research, Germany

Gauge theory of the pseudogap phase in cuprate superconductors

Wolfgang Lang

University of Vienna, Austria

Nanopillars of Point Defects in Copper-Oxide Superconductors: A Tool for Flux Quanta Manipulation

Woo Seok Choi

Sungkyunkwan University, Korea

Chiral Phonon Mediated Interlayer Exchange Interaction in SrRuO3 Superlattices

Yang Liu

Zhejiang University, China

ARPES Study of Heavy Quasiparticles in Non-Centrosymmetric/Chiral Metals

Yonathan Anahory

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Vortex Dynamics in Ferromagnetic/Superconducting Bilayer

Zhimei Sun

Beihang University, China

The prediction of thermoelectric performance for layered IV-V-VI semiconductors by high-throughput ab initio calculations and machine learning

Zoran Rukelj

University of Zagreb, Croatia

DC and optical signatures of the reconstructed Fermi surface for electrons with parabolic band