Quantum Transport, Noise and Non-Linear Dissipative Effects in One- and Two-Dimensional Systems and Associated Sub-Micron and Nanostructure Devices
Final rept. 1 Oct 1989-31 Dec 1991,
LOUISIANA STATE UNIV BATON ROUGE DEPT OF PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY
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The underlying theme of most of our research has been transport and noise phenomena in sub-micron systems and devices. This subject is of interest for both basic and technological reasons and it is now well-recognized that many interesting quantum phenomena come into play in the so-called mesoscopic regime. Whereas in the past we placed emphasis on the development of optimum techniques, our present thrust has been geared toward applications of same. The main thrust of the research was concerned with semiconductor quantum wires and special emphasis was placed on analyzing the relevant experiments.
- Electricity and Magnetism