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111 2  Ecole d'été de physique théorique (Les Houches, Haute-
       Savoie, France)|n(81st :|d2004 :|cLes Houches, Haute-
       Savoie, France) 
245 10 Nanophysics :|bcoherence and transport : École d'Été de 
       Physique des Houches : Session LXXXI : 28 June-30 July, 
       2004, Euro Summer School, Nato Advanced Study Institute, 
       Ecole Thematique du CNRS /|cedited by H. Bouchiat [and 
246 30 Les Houches 2004 session LXXXI 
250    1st ed. 
260    Amsterdam ;|aSan Diego, Calif. :|bElsevier,|c©2005. 
300    1 online resource (xxxii, 607 pages) :|billustrations 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references. 
505 0  Cover Lecturers Seminar speakers Participants Preface 
       Contents Fundamental aspects of electron correlations and 
       quantum transport in one-dimensional systems -Introduction
       -Non-Fermi liquid features of Fermi liquids: 1D physics in
       higher dimensions --Long-range effective interaction --1D 
       kinematics in higher dimensions --Infrared catastrophe -
       Dzyaloshinskii-Larkin solution of the Tomonaga-Luttinger 
       model --Hamiltonian, anomalous commutators, and 
       conservation laws --Reducible and irreducible vertices --
       Ward identities --Effective interaction --Dyson equation 
       for the Greens function --Solution for the case g2 = g4 --
       Physical properties -Renormalization group for interacting
       fermions -Single impurity in a 1D system: scattering 
       theory for interacting fermions --First-order interaction 
       correction to the transmission coefficient --
       Renormalization group --Electrons with spins --Comparison 
       of bulk and edge tunneling exponents -Bosonization 
       solution --Spinless fermions --Fermions with spin -
       Transport in quantum wires --Conductivity and conductance 
       --Dissipation in a contactless measurement --Conductance 
       of a wire attached to reservoirs --Spin component of the 
       conductance --Thermal conductance: Fabry-Perrot resonances
       of plasmons -Polarization bubble for small q in arbitrary 
       dimensionality -Polarization bubble in 1D --Small q --q 
       near 2kF -Some details of bosonization procedure --
       Anomalous commutators --Bosonic operators --Problem with 
       backscattering -References Impurity in the Tomonaga-
       Luttinger model: A functional integral approach -
       Introduction -Functional integral representation -The 
       effective action for the Tomonaga-Luttinger Model -The 
       bosonized action for free electrons -Gauging out the 
       interaction -Tunnelling density of states near a single 
       impurity -Jacobian of the gauge transformation -References
       Novel phenomena in double layer two-dimensional electron 
       systems -Introduction -Overview of physics in the quantum 
       hall regime --Basics --Quantized hall effects --Double 
       layer systems -Coulomb drag between parallel 2D electron 
       gases --Basic concept --Experimental --Elementary theory 
       of Coulomb drag --Comparison between theory and experiment
       -Tunneling between parallel two-dimensional electron gases
       --Ideal 2D-2D tunneling --Lifetime broadening --2D-2D 
       tunneling in a perpendicular magnetic field -Strongly-
       coupled bilayer 2D electron systems and excitonic 
       superfluidity --Introduction --Quantum hall ferromagnetism
       --Tunneling and interlayer phase coherence at nuT = 1 --
       Excitonic superfluidity at nuT = 1 --Detecting excitonic 
       superfluidity -Conclusions -References Many?body theory of
       non?equilibrium systems -Introduction --Motivation and 
       outline --Closed time contour -Free boson systems --
       Partition function --Green functions --Keldysh rotation --
       Keldysh action and causality --Free bosonic fields -
       Collisions and kinetic equation --Interactions --Saddle 
       point equations --Dyson equation --Self-energy --Kinetic 
       term --Collision integral -Particle in contact with an 
       environment --Quantum dissipative action --Saddle?point 
       equation --Classical limit --Langevin equations --
       Martin?Siggia?Rose --Thermal activation --Fokker-Planck 
       equation --From Matsubara to Keldysh --Dissipative chains 
       and membranes -Fermions --Free fermion Keldysh action --
       Keldysh rotation --External fields and sources --Tunneling
       current --Interactions --Kinetic equation -Disordered 
       fermionic systems --Disorder averaging --Non?linear 
       sigma?model --Usadel equation --Fluctuations --Spectral 
       statistics -Gaussian integration -Single particle quantum 
       mechanics -References Non-linear quantum coherence effects
       in driven mesoscopic systems -Introduction -Weak Anderson 
       localization in disordered systems --Drude approximation -
       -Beyond Drude approximation --Weak localization correction
       -Non-linear response to a time-dependent perturbation --
       General structure of nonlinear response function --
       Approximation of single photon absorption/emission -
       Quantum rectification by a mesoscopic ring -Diff. 
520    The developments of nanofabrication have enabled the 
       design of electronic systems that exhibit spectacular 
       signatures of quantum coherence. Basic concepts and 
       analytical tools needed to understand nanophysics are 
       presented in a series of theoretical fundamental courses. 
588 0  Print version record. 
590    eBooks on EBSCOhost|bEBSCO eBook Subscription Academic 
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650  0 Nanoscience|vCongresses. 
650  0 Physics|vCongresses. 
650  0 Nanotechnology|vCongresses. 
650  0 Nanostructures|vCongresses. 
655  4 Electronic books. 
655  7 Conference papers and proceedings.|2fast
700 1  Bouchiat, Hélène. 
776 08 |iPrint version:|aEcole d'été de physique théorique (Les 
       Houches, Haute-Savoie, France) (81st : 2004 : Les Houches,
       Haute-Savoie, France).|tNanophysics.|b1st ed.|dAmsterdam ;
       San Diego, Calif. : Elsevier, ©2005|z0444520546
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       current Rider University students, faculty, and staff. 
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