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Prof. Harry Anderson
University of Oxford, UK

Charge Transport in Porphyrin Wires and Molecular Electronic Circuits

   
Prof. Andrew Briggs
University of Oxford, UK

A nanoengine powered by single electrons

 

Prof. Pilar Cea
University of Zaragoza, Spain

Assembly strategies for the fabrication of parallel individual arrays of single-molecule junctions with applications in molecular electronics and thermoelectric energy conversion.

   
Prof. Xiangfeng Duan
University of California Los Angeles, USA

Tailoring Charge Transport in Vertical Molecular Tunnel Junctions
   
Prof. Diana Dulic
University of Chile, Santiago, Chile
Designing of a “perfect”porphyrin molecule for the Mechanically Controllable Break Junction Experiments
   
Prof. Jaime Ferrer
University of Oviedo, Spain

Room-temperature quantum effects in graphene nanogaps
 

 

Prof. Milena Grifoni
University of Regensburg, Germany

Coherent population trapping by dark states formation in carbon nanotubes

   

Dr. Edmund Leary
IMDEA Nanoscience, Spain
Electric and thermoelectric properties of conjugated oligomers at the single molecule level

   
Prof. Heiner Linke
Lund University, Sweden

Harvesting heat from electrons in nanowires

   
Prof. Paul Low
University of Western Australia
Models of molecules that offer more than more Moore
   

Prof. Abraham Nitzan
University of Pennsylvania, USA & Tel Aviv University, Israel
Molecular electronics and plasmonics: Electrons, light and heat transport at the nanoscale

   
Prof. Wulf Wulfhekel
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
Switches, rotors and photon sources with single molecules on surfaces
   

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