International Workshop on Emergent Phenomena in Quantum Hall Systems

Venue: Homi Bhabha Auditorium

Day 1- 07th Jan 2016

Time

Speaker

Title of talk            

8:45am-9:00am

Workshop kickoff
Prof. Sandip Trivedi (Director, Tata Institute)

Session Chair: Aron Pinczuk

9:00-9:35am (30min+5min questions)

Mansour Shayegan

Latest News from Princeton Flatlands!

9:35-10:10am (30min+5min questions)

 

Michael Zalatel

DMRG studies of the fractional quantum Hall effect: evidence for Fibonacci anyons and  Dirac  composite fermions

10:10-10:45am (30min+5min questions)

 

Maissam Barkeshli

Superconductivity Induced Topological Phase Transition at the Edge of Even Denominator Fractional Quantum Hall States

10:45-11:00am

Tea+ coffee break

Session Chair: H. R. Krishnamurthy

11:00-11:35am (30min+5min questions)

Jainendra Jain

Luttinger’s area rule, particle-hole symmetry and the nature of composite fermions

11:35-12:10pm (30min+5min questions)

Johannes Pollanen

Heterostructure symmetry and the orientation of the quantum Hall nematic phases

12:10-12:45am (30min+5min questions)

Denis Maryenko

Anomalous Hall effect in high electron mobility MgZnO/ZnO heterostructures

12:45-1:30pm

Lunch

Session Chair: Xin-Cheng Xie

1:30-2:05pm
(30min+5min questions)

Jagadeesh Moodera

Ferromagnetic topological insulator and quantum transport

2:05-2:35pm
(30min+5min questions)

Juergen Weis

Scanning Probe Experiments on Quantum Hall Samples for more than a Decade: Hall Potential and Current Distributions

2:35-3:10pm
(30min+5min questions)

Ashvin Vishwanath

Dirac composite fermions in the half filled Landau level from particle-vortex duality and their experimental signatures

3:10-3:25pm

Tea+ coffee break                                         

Session Chair: E. V. Sampathkumaran

3:25-4:00pm
(30min+5min questions)

Efrat Shimsoni

Emergence of helical edge conduction in graphene at the nu=0 quantum Hall state

4:00-4:35pm
(30min+5min questions)

Hu-Jong Lee

Chiral Thermoelectric Transport in Graphene in the Quantum Hall Regime

4:35-5:10pm
(30min+5min questions)

Duncan Haldane

Geometry of the Fractional Quantum Hall Effect.

5:10-5:30pm

Break

5:30-7:00pm
      

Klaus von Klitzing

Public lecture: From Quantum Hall Effect to a New System of Units

7:00-8:30pm

Dinner

Day 2- 08th Jan 2016


Time

Speaker

Title of talk

Session Chair: Jim Eisenstein

8:30-9:05am (30min+5min questions)

David Goldhaber-Gordon

Precise Quantization of the Anomalous Hall Effect

9:05-9:40am (30min+5min questions)

Yong Chen

Dirac Fermion Quantum Hall effect in Topological Insulators

9:40-10:15am (30min+5min questions)

Benedikt Friess

Probing the spin and charge ordering in the quantum Hall regime

10:15-10:30am

Tea/Coffee

Session Chair: Pushan Ayyub

10:30-11:05am (30min+5min questions)

Xi Lin

Discovery of Competing 5/2 Fractional Quantum Hall States in Confined Geometry

11:05-11:40pm (30min+5min questions)

Gabor Csathy

The observation of a transition from a fractional quantum Hall state to a stripe phase at nu=5/2

11:40-12:15am (30min+5min questions)

Michael Peterson

Landau level mixing and non-Abelian anyons in the fractional quantum Hall effect

12:15-1:00pm

Lunch

Session chair: Sumathi Rao

1:00-1:35pm
(30min+5min questions)

Sankar Das Sarma

Non-Abelian Majorana Zero Modes in Semiconductors:  A Status Report

1:35 -2:10pm
(30min+5min questions)

Yuval Oreg

From an array of coupled quantum wires to three-dimensional fractional topological insulators

2:10-2:45pm
(30min+5min questions)

Sudhanshu Mandal

An Approach for Generalizing Laughlin's Theory

2:45-3:00pm

Tea/Coffee

Session chair:  Vijay Shenoy

3:00-3:35pm
(30min+5min questions)

Jun Zhu

Topological edge states in biased bilayer graphene

3:35-4:10pm
(30min+5min questions)

Mandar Deshmukh

Tuning equilibration of edge states in a 1D graphene superlattice

4:10-6:00pm

Poster session

 6:00-7:30pm

Kathak Dance Concert

 7:30-8:30pm

Dinner

Day 3- 09th Jan 2016


Time

Speaker

Title of talk

Session chair:  Rui-Rui Du

8:30-9:05am (30min+5min questions)

Nitin Samarth

Hybrid Topological Materials: from Novel Quantum Phases to Spintronics

9:05-9:40am (30min+5min questions)

Koji Muraki

NMR probing of charge-density-wave states in the third Landau level

9:40-10:15am (30min+5min questions)

Chi Zhang

Signature of Instability of Chiral Fermion in Ultraquantum Weyl Semimetal TaAs

10:15-10:30am

Tea/Coffee

Session chair:  Deepak Dhar

10:30-11:05am (30min+5min questions)

Euyheon Hwang

Mobility versus quality in two-dimensional semiconductor structures

11:05-11:40pm (30min+5min questions)

Ravindra Bhatt

Disorder Driven Quantum Hall Transitions

11:40-12:15pm
(30min+5min questions)

Rajdeep Sensarma

Spin-Density Wave Instabilities in Biased Bilayer Graphene

12:15 – 12:45pm
(30min+5min questions)

Subir Sachdev

Quantum phases of graphene

12:45-1:15pm

posters

1:15pm-2:00pm

lunch

 


Detailed program booklet.

Updated 5th January 2016

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Accomodation

The visitors will be accommodated in the hotels nearby

Sponsors

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Penn State University

Weather

 

Weather in Mumbai is very pleasant in January and humidity is low as well.

Contact

 

For any questions please contact

Mandar Deshmukh

DCMP and MS, TIFR

Homi Bhabha Road Mumbai 400005

Phone: +91-22-22782829

email:EPQHS2016[at]gmail[dot]com

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