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Non-equilibrium Many-body States in Carbon Nanotube Quantum Dots (Springer Theses)

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This book presents the first experiment revealing several unexplored non-equilibrium properties of quantum many-body states, and addresses the interplay between the Kondo effect and superconductivity by probing shot noise. In addition, it describes in detail nano-fabrication techniques for carbon nanotube quantum dots, and a measurement protocol and principle that probes both equilibrium and non-equilibrium quantum states of electrons.
The book offers various reviews of topics in mesoscopic systems: shot noise measurement, carbon nanotube quantum dots, the Kondo effect in quantum dots, and quantum dots with superconducting leads, which are relevant to probing non-equilibrium physics. These reviews offer particularly valuable resources for readers interested in non-equilibrium physics in mesoscopic systems. Further, the cutting-edge experimental results presented will allow reader to catch up on a vital new trend in the field.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9789811376597
ISBN-10: 981137659X
Pagini: 85
Dimensiuni: 155 x 235 mm
Greutate: 0.31 kg
Ediția: 1st ed. 2019
Editura: Springer
Colecția Springer
Seria Springer Theses

Locul publicării: Singapore, Singapore

Cuprins

Introduction.- Experimental Methods.- Non-equilibrium Fluctuations in Strongly Correlated Kondo States.- Non-equilibrium Fluctuations along Symmetry Crossover in a Kondo-correlated Quantum Dot.- Kondo–Andreev Competing System in Carbon Nanotube.- Summary.

Notă biografică

Tokuro Hata is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Physics, Tokyo Institute of Technology. He received his Bachelor of Science, Master of Science, and Ph.D. from the Department of Physics, Graduate School of Science, Osaka University in 2013, 2015, and 2018, respectively. He was awarded a research fellowship for young scientists (DC1) by the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (2015-2018) and a scholarship from the Interactive Materials Science Cadet Program (2013-2018).

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This book presents the first experiment revealing several unexplored non-equilibrium properties of quantum many-body states, and addresses the interplay between the Kondo effect and superconductivity by probing shot noise. In addition, it describes in detail nano-fabrication techniques for carbon nanotube quantum dots, and a measurement protocol and principle that probes both equilibrium and non-equilibrium quantum states of electrons.
The book offers various reviews of topics in mesoscopic systems: shot noise measurement, carbon nanotube quantum dots, the Kondo effect in quantum dots, and quantum dots with superconducting leads, which are relevant to probing non-equilibrium physics. These reviews offer particularly valuable resources for readers interested in non-equilibrium physics in mesoscopic systems. Further, the cutting-edge experimental results presented will allow reader to catch up on a vital new trend in the field.

Caracteristici

Nominated as an outstanding PhD thesis by the Department of Physics, Osaka University
Helps readers learn basic concepts concerning carbon nanotube quantum dots, the Kondo effect, Josephson junctions, and shot noise
Provides detailed descriptions of the authors’ research, which makes it possible to experimentally address quantum dots using conductance and shot noise
Skillfully reviews the first shot noise experiments exploring the interplay between two typical many-body effects, i.e., the Kondo effect and superconduct