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For the year 2023-2024, the RQMP seminar committee has organized seminar series in each of the centers, in order to present a greater variety of subjects throughout the year.

Date Place Title Link
21 September, 10h30 McGill (Rutherford Hall, Bell Room) Bill Coish – Solid-state qubits and quantum cavities for fault-tolerant quantum computing No replay
22 September, 14h Sherbrooke  University (Quantum Institut, atrium D9) Klass-Jan Tielrooij – The Ultrafast Thermodynamics Of (Twisted) Graphene Replay
29 September, 14h McGill (Rutherford Hall, Bell Room) Dima Gutman – Heat transport in Weyl semimetals in the hydrodynamic regime Replay
5 October, 10h30 McGill (Rutherford Hall, Bell Room) Matteo Ippoliti – Learnability phase transition in monitored quantum dynamics Replay
19  October, 10h30 McGill (Rutherford Hall, Bell Room) Ayse Turak – Crafting Light at the Nanoscale: Disruptive Optical and Optoelectronic applications Harnessing the Power of Reverse Micelles Replay
19  October, 11h Sherbrooke  University (Quantum Institut, atrium D9) Cunlu Zhou – An SU(2)-symmetric Semidefinite Programming Hierarchy for Quantum MaxCut No replay
26 October, 10h30 McGill (Rutherford Hall, Bell Room) Pankaj K. Jha – Quantum Optics with 2D and Not 2D Materials Replay
2 November, 10h30 McGill (Rutherford Hall, Bell Room) Sarah Burke – Tracing electrons in organic optoelectronic materials No replay
9 November, 10h30 McGill (Rutherford Hall, Bell Room) Fabio Boschini – Electron dynamics in quantum materials probed by advanced momentum-resolved spectroscopies Replay
16 November, 11h Sherbrooke  University (Quantum Institut, atrium D9) Olivier Gingras – Superconducting Strontium Ruthenate: The Mystery Remains Despite NumerousRecent Advancements Replay
23 November, 10h30 McGill (Rutherford Hall, Bell Room) Bienvenu Ndagano – Quantum microscopy using spatially correlated photons Replay
30 November, 10h30 McGill (Rutherford Hall, Bell Room) Ion Garate – Van Roosbroeck’s equations with topological terms: The case of Weyl semimetals No replay
7 December, 10h30 McGill (Rutherford Hall, Bell Room) Cecilia Clementi – Navigating protein landscapes with a machine-learned transferable coarse-grained model Replay
11 January, 10h30 McGill (Rutherford Hall, Bell Room) Erika Janitz – Quantum Sensing with Diamond Defects No replay
18 January, 10h30 McGill (Rutherford Hall, Bell Room) Sébastien Francoeur – New approaches for the investigation of confined hyperbolic polaritons in Van der Waals crystals Replay
23 January, 11h Sherbrooke  University (Quantum Institut, atrium D9) Juanita Bocquel – Single Spin Impurities in Semiconductors for Quantum Information Science and Technology No replay
29 January, 11h Montréal University (MIL campus, room B-2061) Carlos Silva-Acuña – Dynamique quantique à plusieurs corps des excitons-polaritons dans des microcavités optiques Replay
1 February, 10h30 McGill (Rutherford Hall, Bell Room) Nathan Weibe – Exponential Quantum Speedup for Simulating Classical Harmonic Oscillators Replay
9 February, 11h University of Sherbrooke (Quantum Institut, atrium D9) Christian Andersen – Towards error-protected superconducting qubits No replay
12 February, 9h30 Montréal University (MIL campus, room A-3561) Sebastien Francoeur – New approaches for the investigation of confined hyperbolic polaritons in Van der Waals crystals No replay
15 February, 10h30 McGill (Rutherford Hall, Bell Room) Victor Drouin-Touchette – Simulating Spin Systems Using Programmable Quantum Simulators Replay
14 February, 13h30 Institut Quantique de Université de Sherbrooke (atrium D9) Zoé McIntyre – Quantum information processing with solid-state qubits, flying cats, and quantum cavities No replay
22 February, 10h30 McGill (Rutherford Hall, Bell Room) Ben Sussman – Ultrafast Quantum Photonics: Beating Decoherence with Fast Light No replay
26 February, 9h30 Polytechnique (PJAB, 1035) William Skene – Leveraging the properties of constitutional components for rationally designing functional materials for device applications No replay
18 March, 9h30 Montréal University (MIL campus, room A-3561) Yves-Alain Peter – Sensing and Tuning with Optical Microresonators on Chip Replay
21 March, 10h30 McGill (Rutherford Hall, Bell Room) Lucien Weiss – Characterizing cell-to-surface interactions at the nanoscale by back-focal-plane microscopy for biosensing and nanoparticle delivery No replay
25 March, 9h30 Polytechnique (PJAB, 1035) Laurent Houssiau – Profilage par ToF-SIMS de matériaux hybrides et synthèse de nanoparticules métalliques par plasma froid Replay
28 March, 10h30 McGill (Rutherford Hall, Bell Room) Feliciano Giustino  – One hundred years of polarons No replay
4 April, 9h30 Sherbrooke 3IT (room P2-1002) Oleksandr Voznyy – Applying machine learning to search for new materials for clean energy Replay to come
4 April, 10h30 McGill (Rutherford Hall, Bell Room) John A. Marohn – The excitement and frustration of persistent photoconductivity in lead-halide perovskites Replay to come
4 April, 15h30 University of Montreal (campus MIL – room A-3541) Mikaël Rechtsman – How to make photons feel magnetic fields, and implications thereof Cancelled
11 April, 10h30 McGill (Rutherford Hall, Bell Room) Efrat Shimshoni – Quantum Hall Phase Diagram of Bilayer Graphene Replay to come
22 April, 9h30 Polytechnique (PJAB, 1035) Jeter Hall – The entanglement of quantum computing and dark matter searches Replay to come
25 April, 10h30 McGill (Rutherford Hall, Bell Room) Frank Spano – Excitons and Excimers in Molecular π-Stacks Replay to come
2 May, 10h30 McGill (Rutherford Hall, Bell Room) Hippolyte Astier – Logic and memory functions in molecular tunnelling junctions Replay to come
6 May, 9h30 University of Montreal (campus MIL – room A-3561) Lucien Weiss  – Measuring interactions between cells and surfaces at the nanoscale by back-focal-plane microscopy for biosensing and nanoparticle delivery No replay
21 May, 9h30 Polytechnique (PJAB, 1035) Chihaya Adachi – Comprehensive molecular design aimed at high-performance Optoelectronic devices Zoom link
11 June, 15h30 Polytechnique (PJAB, 1035) Jessica Steinlechner – The perfect mirror materials for exploring our Universe Zoom link
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