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    Josephson Junction Arrays and Confined Systems

 
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       Josephson Junction Arrays

           and Confined Systems

                                            22 April 2003 - 2 May 2003

 

 

22 April

10:00 Registration, coffee & tea in the common room

 

11:00 L. Bulaevskii,(LANL, USA)

Intrinsic pinning of vortices as a direct probe of the nonuniform Larkin-Ovchinnikov-Fulde-Ferrell (LOFF) state in layered superconductors

 

11:30 Ya. M. Blanter (Delft University of Technology)

Supercurrent in long SFFS junctions with antiparallel domain configuration

 

13:00 Lunch in the Gorlaeus canteen

 

15:30 Coffee & tea in the common room

 

17:00 Wine & cheese party in the common room

 

23 April

10.30 Coffee & tea in the common room

 

11:00  A.A. Golubov (Univ. of Twente, The Netherlands)

Mechanisms of 0-p transition in SFS Josephson junctions

 

11:30  Ch. Helm (ETH Hoenggerberg, Zuerich, CH)

Optics with Spatial Dispersion - From an analytic tool to the stopping of light

 

13:00 Lunch in the Gorlaeus canteen

 

15:30 Coffee & tea in the common room

 

24 April, Miniconference

09.30 Yu.I. Latyshev (IREE RAS, Moscow, Russia)

Dynamics of driven Josephson vortex lattice in Bi-2212: in-plane dissipation, high frequency effects, coherent response to microwaves

 

10.15 Alexey V. Ustinov (University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany)

Experiments with Josephson vortices in the quantum regime

 

Coffee Break

 

11.30 Mikhail V. Fistul (Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany)

Macroscopic quantum effects in long Josephson junctions

 

12.00 Henk-Jan Smilde (TU-Twente, Enschede):

Order parameter symmetry and interacting spontaneous magnetic moments in Josephson array-structures

 

13:00 Lunch in the Gorlaeus canteen

 

14.30 Valery Ryazanov (ISSP, Chernogolovka, Russia)

Behavior of SFS junction arrays in magnetic field

 

15.15 Sascha Rusanov (Leiden Univ. The Netherlands)

Effects of magnetization switching on superconductivity in F/S/F trilayers

 

Tea Break

 

16.15 Hans Mooij  (TU-Delft, The Netherlands): (preliminary title)

Coherent quantum dynamics of a superconducting flux qubit.

 

25 April

10.30 Coffee & tea in the common room

 

11:00 J. Keller (Department  of Physics, University of Regensburg)

Charge-Imbalance Effects in Intrinsic Josephson Systems

 

11:30 Andrei Zaikin (Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe, Germany)

Quantum interference, supercurrent and Meissner screening in multiple-barrier proximity structures

 

13:00 Lunch in the Gorlaeus canteen

 

15:30 Coffee & tea in the common room

 

28 April

10.30 Coffee & tea in the common room

 

11:00 A. Buzdin (University Bordeaux I, France)

The p-shift effects in superconductor-ferromagnet systems

 

11:30 Matthew J.W. Dodgson, (Universite de Neuchatel, Switzerland)

Phase Transitions in Isolated Vortex Chains

 

13:00 Lunch in the Gorlaeus canteen

 

15:30 Coffee & tea in the common room

 

19:00 Conference Dinner

 

 

 

29 April

10.30 Coffee & tea in the common room

 

11:00 V.V. Kurin (Inst. for Physics of Microstructures, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia)

Moving vortex lattices in a stack of long Josephson junctions connected with an external waveguide: theory and simulation

 

11:30 A.F. Volkov (Theoretische Physik III, Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany)

Odd triplet superconductivity in superconductor/ferromagnet multilayered structures

 

13:00 Lunch in the Gorlaeus canteen

 

15:30 Coffee & tea in the common room

 

30 April

11:00 Andrei Lopatin (ANL, USA)

Josephson transport through a Hubbard impurity center

 

11:30 Masahiko Machida (Japan Atomic Energy Research Institute, Tokyo, Japan)

Josephson Plasma Emission and Resonance in Intrinsic Josephson Junction Arrays

 

13:00 Lunch in hotel “Het Witte Huis”

 

1 May

10.30 Coffee & tea in the common room

 

11:00 Veronica I. Marconi (The Abdus Salam ICTP,Trieste, Italy)

Transverse phase locking in fully frustrated Josephson junction arrays: a new type of fractional giant steps

 

11:30 A.K. Prykarpatsky (Dept. of Appl. Math., Univ. of Mining and Metallurgy, Krakow, Poland)

The structure of loop vortex invariants related with Josephson media equations within the framework of Chern-Simons-Higgs Lagrangian model

 

13:00 Lunch in the Gorlaeus canteen

 

15:30 Coffee & tea in the common room

 

2 May

10.30 Coffee & tea in the common room

 

No planned lectures, free discussion

 

13:00 Lunch in the Gorlaeus canteen

 

15:30 Coffee & tea in the common room

 



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