My colleagues at the Twente University and me together presented a poster at the MESA+ Institute for Nanotechnology Meeting 2010 held in Enschede at 14 September. The title of our poster was “Bose-Einstein condensation of excitons in oxide heterostructures” and can be downloaded (3.7 MB).
Last week at the Casimir Spring School 2010 I was invited to give a talk on my work on ‘Flux Quantization in Double Layer Exciton Superfluids’. With this talk I was awarded the prize for best oral presentation! 🙂 You can download the presentation here in Powerpoint-format. Note that this talk is intended for general physics PhD-audiences. A more theoretical talk can be found here.
Title: Flux Quantization in Double Layer Exciton Superfluids (pptx, 7.5 MB)
Abstract: We predict an unconventional magnetic flux quantization effect to occur in double layer exciton superfluids and we discuss designs for a device to measure this universal electromagnetic signature of the exciton superfluid. This would provide an unambiguous test for the macroscopic phase coherence associated with an exciton Bose-Einstein Condensate.
At the Dutch Research School for Theoretical Physics AIO/OIO School for Statistical Physics and Theory of Condensed Matter (aka the DRSTP SPTCM School 2010) I gave the following presentation on flux quantization in the exciton double layers. Note that this talk is aimed at a theoretical PhD-students level.
Title: Magnetic Flux Quantization in Double Layer Exciton Superfluids (pptx, 7.9 MB)