Quantum materials offer dramatically new approaches for electronics and photonics, but their characteristics, and the techniques to make devices and interconnected systems are largely unknown. The Frontiers in Quantum Materials and Devices workshops address this challenge by bringing together experts in materials growth and characterization, device fabrication and testing, and theoretical modeling. Through interactive talks and discussions, they can develop the science and technology needed to advance the science of quantum materials and move toward applications.
The 2020 Frontiers in Quantum Materials and Devices workshop will be held at the iconic Veles e Vents building of Valencia.
The workshop is sponsored by the NSF-funded Science & Technology Center for Integrated Quantum Materials based at Harvard, MIT, Howard and the Boston Museum of Science, the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, the Heising-Simons Foundation and the city hall of Valencia (Ayuntamiento de Valencia).
US chair Pablo Jarillo-Herrero (MIT)
Local organizer Efrén Navarro-Moratalla (ICMol, University of Valencia)
Ray Ashoori (MIT)Joseph Checkelsky (MIT)Philip Kim (Harvard)Marko Loncar (Harvard)Bob Westervelt (Harvard)Amir Yacoby (Harvard)