This lecture will be given by Professor Hassler.
- 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
- Quantum mechanics
- Statistical mechanics
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.
|Mon 4.30pm - 5.30pm
|12.04.2021 - 19.07.2021