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- A Komnik, A O Gogolin
- Physical review letters
- 2003

We discuss the conductance of a Luttinger liquid interrupted by a quantum dot containing a single resonant level. Using bosonization and refermionization methods, we find a mapping to a Kondo-type problem which possesses a nontrivial Toulouse-type solvable point. At this point, we obtain an analytic expression for the nonlinear current-voltage… (More)

- C Mora, A Komnik, R Egger, A O Gogolin
- Physical review letters
- 2005

The four-body problem for an interacting two-species Fermi gas is solved analytically in a confined quasi-one-dimensional geometry, where the two-body atom-atom scattering length a(aa) displays a confinement-induced resonance. We compute the dimer-dimer scattering length a(dd) and show that this quantity completely determines the many-body solution of the… (More)

- C Mora, R Egger, A O Gogolin, A Komnik
- Physical review letters
- 2004

We solve the three-body problem of a quasi-one-dimensional ultracold Fermi gas with parabolic confinement length a (perpendicular) and 3D scattering length a. On the two-body level, there is a Feshbach-type resonance at a (perpendicular)/a approximately 1.46, and a dimer state for arbitrary a (perpendicular)/a. The three-body problem is shown to be… (More)

- A O Gogolin, A Komnik
- Physical review letters
- 2006

We calculate the charge transfer probability distribution function chi(lambda) for the Kondo dot in the strong-coupling limit within the framework of the Nozières-Fermi-liquid theory of the Kondo effect. At zero temperature, the ratio of the moments Cn of the charge distribution to the backscattering current Ibs follows a universal law Cn/2Ibs =… (More)

We discuss the properties of interacting electrons on a finite chain with open boundary conditions. We extend the Haldane Luttinger liquid description to these systems and study how the presence of the boundaries modifies various correlation functions. In view of possible experimental applications to quantum wires, we analyse how tunneling measurements can… (More)

Quasi–one–dimensional spin–Peierls and spin–ladder systems are characterized by a gap in the spin–excitation spectrum, which can be modeled at low energies by that of Dirac fermions with a mass. In the presence of disorder these systems can still be described by a Dirac fermion model, but with a random mass. Some peculiar properties, like the Dyson… (More)

- Alexander O Gogolin, Christophe Mora, Reinhold Egger
- Physical review letters
- 2008

We revisit the problem of three identical bosons in free space, which exhibits a universal hierarchy of bound states (Efimov trimers). Modeling a narrow Feshbach resonance within a two-channel description, we map the integral equation for the three-body scattering amplitude to a one-dimensional Schrödinger-type single-particle equation, where an analytical… (More)

- R Egger, A O Gogolin
- Physical review letters
- 2001

We compute the tunneling density of states of doped multiwall nanotubes including disorder and electron-electron interactions. A nonconventional Coulomb blockade reflecting nonperturbative Altshuler-Aronov-Lee power-law zero-bias anomalies is found, in accordance with recent experimental results. The presence of a boundary implies a universal doubling of… (More)

- M Thorwart, R Egger, A O Gogolin
- Physical review letters
- 2008

We show that harmonic frequency mixing in quantum dots coupled to two leads under the influence of time-dependent voltages of different frequency is dominated by interaction effects. This offers a unique and direct spectroscopic tool to access correlations, and holds promise for efficient frequency mixing in nanodevices. Explicit results are provided for an… (More)