New Directions in the Physics of One-dimensional Electron Systems
Dipartimento di Fisica, Università degli Studi di Genova and SPIN-CNR,
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Published online: 14 February 2020
This volume is devoted to the latest developments in the physics of electrons in one-dimensional condensed matter systems. Particular attention is devoted to spin-orbit coupling and its consequences, that range from topological edge and bound states to the identification of possible host systems for odd frequency superconductivity. The possibility of using the methods of one-dimensional physics to describe higher dimensional correlated system is also addressed. The non-equilibrium properties are then inspected under different points of view: Generating states on demand, using such states for caloritronics, mimicking non-equilibrium properties on one-dimensional systems with quantum circuits. Our hope is that this volume could be beneficial and entertaining to both specialists and non-specialists in field.
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