Quantum Transport and Dissipation

In the coming years there is an eventual roadmap of quantum transport and dissipation techniques anticipated for hinders further scaling of CMOS technology. Alternative approaches are desired to satisfy those expectations to increase in the digital applications. This approach is used in pursing solutions to the simulation issue of electronics that come up as Single Electron Devices which are called as SEDs. These are increasing by involved next generation circuit architecture design of quantum computing and Quantum Physics.

Photonic integrated circuits and silicon devices are promising platforms for studying such effects, with a central goal of developing large systems providing low-loss, high-fidelity control over all parameters of the transport problem. Quantum dissipation is the process of irreversible loss of energy which is observed in the transport level and it is a study on quantum analogues. Its main purpose is to derive the laws of classical dissipation from the framework of quantum mechanics.

  • Theory of Coherent Transport
  • Quantization of Transport
  • Weak Localization Theory
  • Quantum Chaos in Quantum Transport
  • Driven Quantum Systems
  • Dissipation Models
  • Quantum measurement in mesoscopic systems
  • Quantum Hall systems
  • Quantum transport in nanostructures
  • Single electron tunneling
  • Improving quantum communication by manipulating spectral entanglement

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