Complex Phenomena in Nanoscale Systems by Giulio CasatiComplex Phenomena in Nanoscale Systems by Giulio Casati

Complex Phenomena in Nanoscale Systems

EditorGiulio Casati, Davron Matrasulov

Paperback | October 1, 2009

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Nanoscale physics has become one of the rapidly developing areas of contemporary physics because of its direct relevance to newly emerging area, nanotechnologies. Nanoscale devices and quantum functional materials are usually constructed based on the results of fundamental studies on nanoscale physics. Therefore studying physical phenomena in nanosized systems is of importance for progressive development of nanotechnologies. In this context study of complex phenomena in such systems and using them for controlling purposes is of great practical importance. Namely, such studies are brought together in this book, which contains 27 papers on various aspects of nanoscale physics and nonlinear dynamics.
Title:Complex Phenomena in Nanoscale SystemsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:288 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0.03 inPublished:October 1, 2009Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Preface. Tuning the superconducting properties of nanomaterials; M.D. Croitoru et al.- Optical microcavities of spiral shape: From quantum chaos to directed laser emission; M. Hentschel and T. -Y. Kwon.- Mesoscopic interplay of superconductivity and ferromagnetism in ultra-small metallic grains; S. Schmidt and Y. Alhassid.-- Time-reversal mirrors in chaotic cavities; H.L. Calvo et al.-Entanglement and localization of wavefunctions; 0. Giraud et al.- Exact analysis of adiabatic invariants in time dependent harmonic oscillator; M. Robnik and V.G. Romanovski.- Time-dependent quantum billiards; P. Schmelcher et al.- Screening of the Coulomb interaction in a generic ballistic quantum dot; D. Ullmo.- Kicked Bose-Einstein condensates: in search of exponential instability; T.S. Monteiro et al. Vortices in the ground state of spinor Bose-Einstein condensates; A.F. Sadreev.- Nonlinear dynamics of wave packets and vortices in Bose-Einstein condensates; K Nakamura.-Optomechanics B. Kubala et al.-Martin dilemma for Bose condensed systems and its solution; A. Rakhimov et al.-Phonons and electron-phonon interactions in single-walled achiral carbon nanotubes; B.S. Kandemir.- Fast-Forward Problem in Microscopic and Macroscopic Quantum Mechanics; Sh. Masuda and K. Nakamura.- Collective oscillations of a quasi one dimensional Bose condensate under damping; F.Kh. Abdullaev et al.-Nonlinear Dynamics of the Kicked square billiard; U.R. Salomov et al.-Chaotic instantons and exponential widening of the ground quasienergy doublet in kicked double well potential; V.1. Kuvshinov et al.- A fresh view on Fermi acceleration in driven two-dimensional billiards; F. Lenz et al.-Time dependent neutrino billiards; Z.A. Sobirov et al.-Statistic theory of multiple exciton generation in quantum dot based solar cells; B.L. Oksengendler et al.- Modelling of quantum wires in the interface layer of the semiconductor-oxide structures with charge built in oxide; A.E. Atamuratov.-. Nonlinear responses in hard disk systems; T. Miyaguchi.-Stochastic Landau-Lifshitz-Gilbert equation with delayed feedback field: E_ciency for maintaining a UPO; H. Tutu.- Spin dynamics and quantum transport in quantum spin chains under an oscillating field; K Kudo and T.S. Monteiro.- Extraction of partial waves and fluxes of the hydrogen atom in a strong magnetic field using the complex rotation method; S.K. Avazbaev and D. Delande.- Markovian limit of a spatio-temporal correlated open systems; T. Monnai.- Index.