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PhD defense of Lionel PODLECKI
14/10/2020

The PhD defense of Lionel Podlecki will be held  at 02:00 PM on October 14th, 2020. The thesis : "Laser cooling revisited - Standardized analytical treatment of the radiation pressure on multi-level atoms in arbitrary laser field configurations" is supervised by Thierry Bastin  (IPNAS, CESAM, ULiege).

Due to specific measures the lecture will be held on visioconference using Lifesize.

Salle : défense de thèse Lionel Podlecki

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Quantum Material Seminars : Hot electrons transport in devices combining tunnel and Schottky barriers
06/10/2020

"Hot electrons transport in devices combining tunnel and Schottky barriers" by Dr Daniel LACOUR from the Institut Jean Lamour in Nancy (France).

 
You can follow the seminar via the Zoom link:
 
or on Twitch.TV
3 PhD defenses at GREENMAT
17/09/2020

The PhD defenses of Stephane Caubergh, Nicolas Eshraghi and Thomas Jungers will take place on 17, 18 and 25 September. For details and connexion details, see here.

PhD defense of Michael Marcus SCHMITT
15/09/2020

The PhD defense of Michael Marcus Nikolaus Schmitt will take place on Sept. 15. 2020 at 10h00. The PhD thesis :"First- and Second-Principles Studies of Perovskites"is supervised by Philippe Ghosez (Q-MAT, PhyTheMa, CESAM, ULiege).

Due to coronavirus pandemia and according to the institutional rules, the phD thesis will be held on Lifesize.

PhD defense of Yajun ZHANG
11/09/2020

The PhD defense of Yajun Zhang will take place on Sept. 11; 2020 at 100h00. The PhD thesis : "Interplay between lattice, strain, spin and electronic degrees of freedom in eg1 perovskites"is supervised by Philippe Ghosez (Q-MAT, PhyTheMa, CESAM, ULiege).

Due to coronavirus pandemia and according to the institutional rules, the phD thesis will be held on Lifesize.

25/06/2020

Advances in measurement techniques have often led to progress in physics. Over time, metrology developed as a subject of its own, especially in the context of defining standard units for physical quantities. Quantum theory provides new perspectives on measurements but also poses new challenges. The currently emerging quantum technologies require ever better control of microscopic systems and, hence, measurements which are as accurate as possible. In this work, we are interested to determine whether a quantum system has undergone a rotation by a known angle about an unknown axis. The states optimally suited for this task are called "optimal quantum rotosensors". They are characterized by minimal fidelity, given by the overlap of a state before and after a rotation, averaged over all directions in space. The closed-form expression we derive for the fidelity and numerical computations allow us to explain the central role of a specific class of quantum states in this problem which are known as "anticoherent" states.

PhD defense of Alain MERCY
16/06/2020

The PhD defense of Alain Mercy has been held on June 16, 2020. The PhD thesis : "First principles study of rare-earth nickelates : from bulk to heterostructures" was supervised by Philippe Ghosez (Q-MAT, PhyTheMa, CESAM, ULiege).

04/05/2020

Témoignage de Nicolas Vandewalle, Professeur de physique statistique à la Faculté des Sciences de l'Université de Liège qui publie sur son compte Twitter des graphiques montrant l'évolution de l'épidémie en Belgique et ailleurs dans le monde.

PhD defense of Antoine DEWANDRE
26/11/2019

The PhD defense of Antoine Dewandre will take place on Nov. 26, 2019 at 15h30, room R30, building B6d of the University of Liège, Belgium. The PhD thesis : "Theoretical investigation of the electronic, vibrational and transport properties of layered transition metal chalchogenides and their stacked heterostructures" is supervised by Matthieu Verstraete (Q-MAT, Nanomat Lab, CESAM, ULiege).

PhD defense of Urszula CZUBA
21/11/2019

The PhD defense of Urszula Czuba will take place on Nov. 21, 2019 at 14h30, room A3, building B7b (at the "Petits Amphitheatres") of the University of Liège, Belgium. The PhD thesis : "Multifunctional titanium implant surfaces based on the attachment of natural biomolecules on catechol-rich plasma methacrylic thin films" is supervised by Christophe Detrembleur (CERM, CESAM, ULiege) and P. Choquet (Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology).