Quantum dynamics

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Abstract

Following Moore's law are transistors rapidly approach the molecular and atomic limit where physics gets interesting again. Especially quantum effects manifesting in strongly correlated electrons play an important role for the current characteristics and give rise to interesting effects like Coulomb blockade or the Kondo effect. I will present some of the well established tools to address such strongly correlated electron systems out of equilibrium to look at quantum current.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Aug 2016
EventInternational Conference of Physics Students 2016 - University of Malta, Msida, Malta
Duration: 11 Aug 201617 Aug 2016
http://icps2016.com

Conference

ConferenceInternational Conference of Physics Students 2016
Abbreviated titleICPS2016
CountryMalta
CityMsida
Period11/08/1617/08/16
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Kondo effect
electrons
transistors
physics

Fields of Expertise

  • Advanced Materials Science

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Dorn, G. (2016). Quantum dynamics. International Conference of Physics Students 2016, Msida, Malta.

Quantum dynamics. / Dorn, Gerhard.

2016. International Conference of Physics Students 2016, Msida, Malta.

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Dorn, G 2016, 'Quantum dynamics' International Conference of Physics Students 2016, Msida, Malta, 11/08/16 - 17/08/16, .
Dorn G. Quantum dynamics. 2016. International Conference of Physics Students 2016, Msida, Malta.
Dorn, Gerhard. / Quantum dynamics. International Conference of Physics Students 2016, Msida, Malta.
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