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Dopant atoms placed with atomic precision into tunable arrays using Scanning Tunneling Microscopy can be made to display electronic and photonic properties across a wide range of structures for 2D quantum metamaterials.
Theoretical efforts served by this new simulation platform include Hubbard model systems, design of 2D materials, and other exotic materials.
The workshop will be organized around:
- all-invited talks by leading researchers
- breakout sessions for discussions and future plan
- published Workshop Summary Report
Goal: to develop a roadmap for practitioners and funders in this burgeoning field.
We invite interested parties as well as program managers from federal agencies to attend and lend their expertise and insights.
|Chair: John N. Randall, Zyvex Labs|
|Joshua Ballard, Zyvex Labs,||Wiley P. Kirk, UT Arlington, 3DET|
|James Owen, Zyvex Labs,||Shashank Misra, Sandia National Labs|
|Richard M. Silver, NIST||Ezra Bussmann, Sandia National Labs|
|Neil Zimmerman, NIST||Clark Highstrete, Sandia National Labs|
The attendance for this workshop is free of charge, but because we have limited room in the venue we are using, we are asking individuals to apply to attend, saying something about their areas of interest and expertise relevant to this workshop, and how they could contribute to the workshop during discussions and break out sessions. We would also ask applicants to say what they or their institution hope to get out of attendance at this workshop.
We will inform you of our decision on your application by October 31, 2017 or sooner.