Quantum Transport

 

Lecture details

The summer semester is held as a digital semester. In principle, as agreed by the universities in North Rhine-Westphalia, all courses that can be offered remotely will take place online for the entire summer semester.

The lecture will be given by Prof. Hassler.

Description:

  • Drude transport
  • Anderson localization
  • Landauer-Büttiker formula for conductivity
  • Aharonov-Bohm effect
  • Weak-localization and universal conductance fluctuations
  • Coulomb blockade
  • Shot noise and thermal noise
  • Quantum Hall effect

Prerequisites:

  • Quantum mechanics
  • Statistical mechanics

Learning goal:

The students know the underlying facts of how quantum interference influences the transport of electrons in disordered systems. They have a basic understanding of how the effects of interactions on transport in small quantum systems. They understand the implications that the quantization of the electric charge has on measurable response functions.

Time Room Start/Finish
Mon. 10am - 12.30pm N/A 06.04.2020 - 13.07.2020