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Abstract In these lecture notes, partly based on a course taught at the Karpacz Winter School in March 2014, we explore the close connections between non-adiabatic response of a system with respect… (More)

- Dries Sels, Michiel Wouters
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2015

In this work we investigate the nonequilibrium dynamics of closed quantum systems. In particular we focus on the stationary properties of integrable systems. Here we show how a generalized Gibbs… (More)

We analyze state preparation within a restricted space of local control parameters between adiabatically connected states of control Hamiltonians. We formulate a conjecture that the time integral of… (More)

The ability to prepare a physical system in a desired quantum state is central to many areas of physics such as nuclear magnetic resonance, cold atoms, and quantum computing. Yet, preparing states… (More)

- Dries Sels, Anatoli S. Polkovnikov
- Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
- 2017

Counterdiabatic driving protocols have been proposed [Demirplak M, Rice SA (2003) J Chem Phys A 107:9937-9945; Berry M (2009) J Phys A Math Theor 42:365303] as a means to make fast changes in the… (More)

In this work we investigate quantum ballistic transport in ultrasmall junctionless and inversion mode semiconducting nanowire transistors within the framework of the self-consistent… (More)

- Anatoli S. Polkovnikov, Dries Sels
- Science
- 2016

Chaos and ergodicity are the cornerstones of statistical physics and thermodynamics. Although classically, even small systems such as a particle in a two-dimensional cavity can exhibit chaotic… (More)

- A. G. R. Day, Marin Bukov, Phillip Weinberg, Pankaj Mehta, Dries Sels
- Physical review letters
- 2019

We study the problem of preparing a quantum many-body system from an initial to a target state by optimizing the fidelity over the family of bang-bang protocols. We present compelling numerical… (More)

The existence of a quantum butterfly effect in the form of exponential sensitivity to small perturbations has been under debate for a long time. Lately, this question gained increased interest due to… (More)

- Dries Sels, Fons Brosens, Wim Magnus
- 2012

In the realm of Ehrenfest’s theorem, classical trajectories obeying Newton’s laws have been proven useful to construct explicit solutions to the time-dependent Wigner–Liouville equation. Whereas… (More)