The summer school NanoQI'17 provides an introduction to the basics and recent advances in major areas of quantum information theory and solid-state-based quantum technologies. Leading experts in the field present both the physics of different implementations of quantum information technologies and the theoretical methods on which the understanding and control of the quantum properties of matter are based and which are laying the groundwork for revolutionary new technologies.
Molecular ecology comprises a wide diversity of genetic-based methodological and technical approaches to address ecological and evolutionary questions. This course will focus on general concepts, current techniques and key aspects for the experimental design of molecular studies applied to animal ecology using bats as model species. Particularly, the course will go into detail about population genomics, DNA metabarcoding for diet studies and shotgun metagenomics applied to gut microbiota.
Over the past decade, there is a growing research activity on light-matter interactions in atomically thin materials, such as graphene, topological insulators, thin polar and semiconducting layers and other van der Waals materials, including their heterostructures.
Topology and lattice symmetries play a key role in determining matter states and their associated internal order. These so-called topological states of matters are of fundamental interest, since they entail exotic electronic behaviors. The study and prediction of materials with novel topological properties has become a vibrant field of research over the past few years. The 2017 school includes a session explaining practically how to perform a numerical quantum transport calculation of topological systems with KWANT.
The workshop will focus on novel phenomena occurring at interfaces between metallic conductors and magnetic insulators as well as in recently-discovered quantum magnetic materials, both offering a rich playground for Quantum Spintronics. The workshop will bring together leading experts, experimentalists and theorists, working at the crossroads between magnon spintronics and quantum magnetism.
We are pleased to invite you to participate in the 1st International Research Seminar in Urbanization Processes and Natural Morphologies, which will take place in September 7th-8th, 2017.
The aim of this seminar is to promote the shared reflection about current researches in the urban area, landscape architecture and other spatial disciplines, as well as to stimulate an exchange between researchers in urban and territorial processes and transformations in different countries.
La Red de profesores de Derecho Financiero y Tributario (RPDFT) es un institución, sin ánimo de lucro, de carácter científico y académico, cuyos fines, entre otros, son: facilitar la comunicación y el intercambio de conocimientos y proyectos en el ámbito de la docencia e investigación del Derecho Financiero y Tributario y el fomento del estudio, la enseñanza y la investigación del Derecho Financiero y Tributario, la cooperación con otras organizaciones similares y facilitar la cooperaci&o