New Directions in Mesoscopic Physics (Towards Nanoscience)
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An introduction to and comprehensive survey of the main issues in mesoscopic physics. Topics covered include quantum Hall effects, transport through quantum wires & dots, coherence in mesoscopic systems, spintronics, disordered systems, & solid state quantum computation.
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
Publication date: 11/30/2003
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.50" long x 1.00" tall
|Field theories in physics of disordered conductors|
|Non-Fermi-liquid metals in low dimensions|
|Counting statistics of mesoscopic noise|
|Coulomb blockade and Kondo effect in quantum dots|
|Quantum coherent transport: from mesoscopic circuits to molecular wires|
|Phase measurements in quantum dots|
|Superconducting quantum bit based on the Cooper pair box|
|Dissipation in Josephson qubits|
|Entanglement and decoherence studies in cavity QED experiments|
|Quantum electromechanical systems|
|Possible weak temperature dependence of electron dephasing|
|Momentum-resolved tunneling: spectroscopic tool and basis for device applications|
|Edge states and quantum Hall effects in d+id' superconductors|
|Universal scaling flow diagram for magnetoconductance|
|Fluctuations of the anisotropy energy in nanoscale ferromagnetic particles|
|Full counting statistics in multi-terminal normal metal tunnel junction structures|
|Resonant Cooper-pair tunneling: counting statistics and frequency-dependent current noise|
|Influence of thermal fluctuations on an underdamped Josephson tunnel junction|
|Quantum computing with many superconducting qubits|
|Few-electron liquid and solid phases in artificial molecules at high magnetic field|
|Phase coherence and spin dynamics|