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Avec l'aide du GDR de Physique Quantique Mésoscopique et du GDR de Plasmonique Moléculaire et Spectroscopies Exaltées, nous organisons un atelier sur les modes chiraux en optique et électronique des systèmes bidimensionnels (2D) dans l'idée d'établir un dialogue entre ceux qui travaillent avec des électrons, des photons, des plasmons, des polaritons, des excitons, des paires de Cooper, des atomes froids, phonons, etc. Il y aura trois sessions: 1) optique, 2) électronique et 3) cristaux artificiels. Chaque session débutera par un exposé de revue (mini-cours).

Programme

Trois mini-cours d'introduction (1h30) aux modes chiraux:

- en optique: Kostya Bliokh (Japon/Australie)

- en électronique: Pascal Simon (Orsay, France): Chiral edge states in topological insulators and superconductors

- avec des cristaux artificiels: Alberto Amo (Lille, France)

 

Exposés invités (30 minutes):

Stéphane Berciaud (Strasbourg, France): Exciton dynamics and valley-contrasting properties in heterostructures based on atomically-thin semiconductors

Gwendal Fève (Paris, France): Spin-charge separation in chiral edge channels

Nathan Goldman (Bruxelles, Belgique): The quantized Hall conductance of a single atomic wire

Yuri Gorodetski (Ariel, Israël)

Kobus Kuipers (Delft, Pays-Bas)

Adnen Mlayah (Toulouse, France)

Fabrice Mortessagne (Nice, France): Topological photonics with microwaves

 

Exposés contribués (20 minutes):

Everton Arrighi (Grenoble, France): Unveiling the bosonic nature in an ultrashort single-electron pulse

Janos Asboth (Budapest, Hongrie): Creating Floquet Chern insulators with magnetic quantum walks

Daniel Bloch (Paris, France): Transitions optiques quasi-interdites, nano-optique, opales, ...

Nicolas Cherroret (Paris, France): Multiple scattering of light in dimension (2+1): spin-Hall effect and non-paraxial diffusion

Tristan Cren (Paris, France): Two-dimensional superconductivity in Pb/Co/Si(111)

Pascal Degiovanni ou Benjamin Roussel (Lyon, France): Decoherence control in ballistic 1D conductors

Thierry Grosjean (Besançon, France): Magnetic spin-orbit interaction of light

Zubin Jacob (West-Lafayette, Indiana, Etats-Unis): Unified spin electrodynamics of Maxwell bosons and Dirac fermions

Anu Jagannathan (Orsay, France): Proximity induced superconductivity in a 1D quasicrystal

Guy Le Lay (Marseille, France): Exotic forms of low-dimensional epitaxial silicon and Xenes

Guillaume Malpuech (Clermont-Ferrand, France): Exciton-Polariton based topological photonics and topological lasers

Luis Martin-Moreno (Saragosse, Espagne): Polariton anmalous Hall effect in transition-metal dichalcogenides

Gilles Montambaux (Orsay, France): Orbital edge states in a photonic honeycomb lattice

Tobias Stauber (Madrid, Espagne): On chiral plasmonics in 2D

Luiz Tizei (Orsay, France): Phase shaped electron beams to probe excitations with specific symmetries at the naoscale: symmetry dependent electron energy loss spectroscopy

Bart Van Tiggelen (Grenoble, France): Momentum of the electromagnetic quantum vacuum in magneto-chiral and magneto-electric media

 

Posters:

Pacôme Armagnat (Grenoble, France): How fast deos a voltage pulse travel through a quantum conductor?

Stefano Azzini (Strasbourg, France): Chiral coupling of valley excitons in a transition metal dichalcogenide monolayer with plasmonic resonators

Nour Beydoun (Troyes, France)

Olivier Bleu (Clermont-Ferrand, France): Non-adiabatic anomalous Hall effect for exciton-polaritons

Julien Gabelli (Orsay, France)

Denis Garoli (Gênes, Italie): New methods for controlled deposition of 2D material flakes on plasmonic nanostructures for hybrid system preparation

Thierry Grosjean (Besançon, France): Steering nanoscale optical flows by coupling photon spin to plasmon extrinsic angular momentum

Maëlle Kapfer (Saclay, France): A Josephson relation for fractionally charged anyons

Farhad Khosravi (Edmonton, Canada)

Sergei Koniakhin (Clermont-Ferrand, France)

Frédéric Piéchon (Orsay, France)

Inès Safi (Orsay, France): Free determination of the fractional charge and minimal excitations revisited in the quantum Hall regime

Philippe St-Jean (Palaiseau, France): Orbital angular momentum lasing with optically-controlled chirality

Matteo Secli (Trieste, Italie): Numerical characterization of a Harper-Hofstadter topological laser

Dimitry Solnyshkov (Clermont-Ferrand, France)

René-Jean Tarento (Orsay, France): Magnetoplasmon of 2D Dirac fermion on a sphere

Shaojun Wang (Eindhoven, Pays-Bas): Screened strong coupling of excitons in multilayer WS2 with collective plasmonic resonances

Shuwen Zheng (Limoges, France)

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