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QUANTUM TRANSPORT IN LOW DIMENSIONAL ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS. Edition No. 1

  • Published: September 2008
  • Region: Global
  • 88 Pages
  • VDM Publishing House

This work pertains to the spin and charge transports
in low dimensional electronic systems. The general
concept of low dimensional physics is briefly
introduced. We studied the spin transport of a spin
polarized Luttinger liquid in the presence of a
single impurity. We found that, by considering the
extended Hubbard interaction, a spin-polarized wire
is obtained in response to an external magnetic
field. In addition, we studied the charge transport
of a confined two-dimensional electron gas in the
presence of an insulating region. We considered the
two-dimensional electron gas as being confined by a
harmonic potential. The insulating region, which
causes the electronic wave function to vanish, is
replaced by a static vortex. We found that a
rectified voltage is induced in response to a
microwave.

Hsuan-Yeh Chang.
PhD, Physics, May 2007, The City College and the Graduate Center
of the City University of New York, USA; M.S./B.S., Physics,
June 1997, Chung-Yuan Christian University, Chung-Li, TAIWAN;
Certificate, English/German, June 1992
Wenzao Ursuline Junior College, Kaohsiung, TAIWAN.

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