Department of Applied Physics

Quantum Transport (QT)

The research group works on theoretical problems in quantum transport.
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Our group works on theoretical problems in quantum transport. Central research topics include dynamic single-electron emitters, noise and fluctuations in electronic conductors, single-electron tunnelling and interactions, and charge transport in hybrid micro-wave cavity architectures. In related areas, we are also interested in non-classical correlations and entanglement as well as quantum jump trajectories. We employ a range of theoretical tools from scattering theory, quantum many-body physics, and statistical mechanics.

Contact: Prof. Christian Flindt

Latest publications

Controlled emission time statistics of a dynamic single-electron transistor

Fredrik Brange, Adrian Schmidt, Johannes C. Bayer, Timo Wagner, Christian Flindt, Rolf J. Haug 2021 Science Advances

Thermodynamic Geometry of Microscopic Heat Engines

Kay Brandner, Keiji Saito 2020 Physical Review Letters

Lee-Yang theory, high cumulants, and large-deviation statistics of the magnetization in the Ising model

Aydin Deger, Fredrik Brange, Christian Flindt 2020 Physical Review B

Lee-Yang theory of the Curie-Weiss model and its rare fluctuations

Aydin Deger, Christian Flindt 2020 PHYSICAL REVIEW RESEARCH

Shortcuts to Adiabatic Pumping in Classical Stochastic Systems

Ken Funo, Neill Lambert, Franco Nori, Christian Flindt 2020 Physical Review Letters

Spin-polarized multiple Andreev reflections in spin-split superconductors

Bo Lu, Pablo Burset, Yukio Tanaka 2020 Physical Review B

Quantum jump approach to microscopic heat engines

Paul Menczel, Christian Flindt, Kay Brandner 2020 PHYSICAL REVIEW RESEARCH

Thermodynamics of cyclic quantum amplifiers

Paul Menczel, Christian Flindt, Kay Brandner 2020 Physical Review A
More information on our research in the Research database.
Research database

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