Wilhelm Exner
23. Oktober 2018
23. Oktober 2018

2018 Exner Lectures | 23. -24. Oktober 2018

@ Palais Eschenbach, Eschenbachgasse 11, 1010 Vienna, Austria

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Day 1 – October 23rd, 1:30 pm – 5:30 pm


1:30 pm



2:00 pm

Lectures honoring the Wilhelm Exner Medalists

Thomas Jennewein and Gregor Weihs

Personen_Exner_Jenewein.jpg Photonic Quantum Entanglement for Technologies and Applications: Towards the Quantum Internet
Thomas Jennewein, University of Waterloo, Canada


Semiconductor nanostructures producing single photons, twins and triplets for quantum photonics
Gregor Weihs, University of Innsbruck

3:15 pm


– 3:45 Coffee break

Personen_Exner_Huebel.jpg From local realism into a global quantum age
Hannes Hübel, Austrian Institute of Technology, Vienna


Quantum Information Processing with Superconducting Circuits
Gerhard Kirchmair, University of Innsbruck


From quantum foundations to quantum computing
Philip Walther, University of Vienna


5:00 pm  


Closing Remarks  


Day 2 – October 24th, 8:30 am – 1:00 pm

8:30 am


9:00 am

Lectures honoring the Wilhelm Exner Medalist

Zhenan Bao

Personen_Exner_Bao.jpg „Skin-Inspired Electronics“
Zhenan Bao, Stanford University, USA
Personen_Exner_Stadlober.jpg „Ferroelectric Polymers for Sensitive Object Surfaces“
Barbara Stadlober, Joanneum Research, Graz
Personen_Exner_Hainberger.jpg „Biosensing technologies for medical diagnostics at the point of care“
Rainer Hainberger, Austrian Institute of Technology, Vienna


10:30 am


Coffee break

11:00 am

Lectures honoring the Wilhelm Exner Medalist

A. Paul Alivisatos

Personen_Exner_Alivisato.jpg „Quantum Dot Light Emitters: From displays to enabling a new generation of energy conversion systems“
A. Paul Alivisatos, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Personen_Exner_Ibanez.jpg „Rational Design of Thermoelectric Materials from Nanocrystal Building Blocks“
Maria Ibañez, Institute of Science and Technology Austria, Klosterneuburg
Personen_Exner_Fleig.jpg „Energy conversion and energy storage by moving ions in solids“
Jürgen Fleig, University of Technology, Vienna


12:30 pm


Closing Remarks

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