Molecular Electronics (2)

Lunchlecture VVTP by Jan van Ruitenbeek Technical University Delft 15-1-2015 A smartphone or tablet that you can bend without breaking it? Large scale production of cheap solar cells? Electronic circuits of which the components are single molecules? These are the topics that concern Professor Jan van Ruitenbeek, who works at the Leiden Institute of Physics. … Continue reading Molecular Electronics (2)


Quantum Entanglement and Teleportation

Seminar Department of Quantum Nanoscience by Ronald Hanson Technical University Delft 14-1-2015 Of all the implications of today’s quantum theory, quantum entanglement might be one of the weirdest. The basic idea of quantum entanglement is that it is possible that two particles are in some way linked, without being close to each other. This implies … Continue reading Quantum Entanglement and Teleportation

Molecular electronics

Speaker:      Jan van Ruitenbeek (Head of the Casimir Research Group and Professor of Experimental Physics, Leiden) Subject:       Molecular Electronics Location:    Lecture room TNW, TU Delft Date:            Thursday, January, 13:45-14:45 Author: Jasper Veerman  In the past 30 years, the sizes of electronic components have been reduced in size. From a few micrometer in size, … Continue reading Molecular electronics