Quantum Transport in Semiconductor Submicron Structures by B. KramerQuantum Transport in Semiconductor Submicron Structures by B. Kramer

Quantum Transport in Semiconductor Submicron Structures

byB. Kramer

Paperback | September 20, 2011

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The quantum transport phenomena observed in semiconductor-based nanostructures over the past decade are described by the leading researchers in the field. Key articles describe the status of the quantum Hall effect, quantum dot transport, the theory of mesoscopic transport properties and a survey of mesoscopic transport phenomena, incompressible electron fluids, the Luttinger liquid, quantum chaology, quantum coherence and interactions, spectroscopy of nanostructures, and Cooper pair tunnelling. The most recent developments are described in a number of shorter contributions, providing a survey of the present status of research in this extremely active area of fundamental and applied condensed matter research. The presentation is suitable for advanced students and Ph.D. researchers wishing to gain an insight into the most recent work in the area.
Title:Quantum Transport in Semiconductor Submicron StructuresFormat:PaperbackDimensions:386 pages, 24 × 16 × 0.07 inPublished:September 20, 2011Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9401072876

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Table of Contents

Preface. 1. Introduction. Quantum Transport in Nano- Structured Semiconductors: A Survey; B. Kramer. 2. The Quantum Hall Effect. Quantum Hall Effect Experiments; R.J. Haug. Incompressibilis Ergo Sum: Skyrmions and Edge States in the Quantum Hall Effect; A.H. MacDonald. 3. Interaction and Correlations. The Luttinger Liquid: An Introduction; M. Sassetti. Friedel Oscillations in Luttinger Liquids; R. Egger, H. Grabert. Transport through a Single-Band Wire Connected to Measuring Leads; I. Safi, H.J. Schulz. Delocalization of Certain Two-Particle States by Short Range Interactions in Anderson Insulators; K. Frahm, et al. 4. Quantum Dots. Transport in Electric and Magnetic Lateral Superlattices; D. Weiss, et al. How to Measure Persistent Currents in a Mesoscopic Ring; G. Cernicchiaro, et al. Theory of Quantum Dot Transport; D. Weinmann. Phase Transitions in Artificial Atoms; O. Klein, et al. Coulomb Blockade in a Silicon Mosset; D. Abusch-Magder, et al. 5. Mesoscopic Current Conduction. Basic Elements of Electrical Conduction; M. Büttiker, T. Christen. The Landauer Resistivity Dipole; W. Zwerger. Electron-Phonon Scattering Rates in 2D Systems: GaAs/AlGaAs 2DEGs Below 0.5K; A. Mittal. 6. Time Dependent Phenomena. Shot-Noise Suppression in the Single-Electron Tunneling Regime; H. Birk, et al. Resonant Tunneling through Nanostructures in AC Fields; G. Platero, et al. Corrections to the Drude Conductivity in Systems under Microwave Irradiation; T. Brandes. Simulations of Partition Noise Suppression; R.C. Liu, et al. Electron Spin Resonance in the Domain of the Fractional Quantum Hall Effect; R. Meisels, et al. Author Index. Subject Index.