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- Eric Akkermans, Jean Desbois, Gilles Montambaux, Christophe Texier
- 1999

We study the spectral determinant of the Laplacian on finite graphs characterized by their number of vertices V and bonds B. We present a path integral derivation which leads to two equivalent expressions of the spectral determinant of the Laplacian in terms of either a V_V vertex matrix or a 2B_2B link matrix that couples the arcs (oriented bonds)… (More)

- S. Fiebig, C. M. Aegerter, +4 authors G. Maret
- 2008

– Although conservation of energy is fundamental in physics, its principles seem to be violated in the field of wave propagation in turbid media by the energy enhancement of the coherent backscattering cone. In this letter we present experimental data which show that the energy enhancement of the cone is balanced by an energy cutback at all scattering… (More)

- D Tanese, E Gurevich, +7 authors E Akkermans
- Physical review letters
- 2014

We report on the study of a polariton gas confined in a quasiperiodic one-dimensional cavity, described by a Fibonacci sequence. Imaging the polariton modes both in real and reciprocal space, we observe features characteristic of their fractal energy spectrum such as the opening of minigaps obeying the gap labeling theorem and log-periodic oscillations of… (More)

- Eric Akkermans, Olivier Benichou, Gerald V Dunne, Alexander Teplyaev, Raphael Voituriez
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2012

For transport processes in geometrically restricted domains, the mean first-passage time (MFPT) admits a general scaling dependence on space parameters for diffusion, anomalous diffusion, and diffusion in disordered or fractal media. For transport in self-similar fractal structures, we obtain an expression for the source-target distance dependence of the… (More)

- E. Akkermans
- 2008

These notes contain a rapid overview of the methods and results obtained in the field of propagation of waves in disordered media. The case of Schrödinger and Helmholtz equations are considered that describe respectively electrons in metals and scalar electromagnetic waves. The assumptions on the nature of disorder are discussed and perturbation methods in… (More)

- G Montambaux, E Akkermans
- Physical review letters
- 2005

We show that in low-dimensional disordered conductors, the quasiparticle decay and the relaxation of the phase are not exponential processes. In the quasi-one-dimensional case, both behave at small time as e(-(t/tau(in))3/2) where the inelastic time, tau(in), identical for both processes, is a power T-2/3 of the temperature. The nonexponential quasiparticle… (More)

- Eric Akkermans, Gerald V Dunne, Alexander Teplyaev
- Physical review letters
- 2010

A thermodynamical treatment of a massless scalar field (a photon) confined to a fractal spatial manifold leads to an equation of state relating pressure to internal energy, PV(s) = U/d(s), where d(s) is the spectral dimension and V(s) defines the "spectral volume." For regular manifolds, V(s) coincides with the usual geometric spatial volume, but on a… (More)

- E Akkermans, D M Gangardt, K Mallick
- 2008

We present a study of the behaviour of metastable vortex states in mesoscopic super-conductors. Our analysis relies on the London limit within which it is possible to derive closed analytical expressions for the magnetic field and the Gibbs free energy. We consider in particular the situation where the vortices are symmetrically distributed along a closed… (More)

- A Gero, E Akkermans
- Physical review letters
- 2006

We show that in atomic gases cooperative effects like superradiance and subradiance lead to a potential between two atoms that decays like 1/r. In the case of superradiance, this potential is attractive for close enough atoms and can be interpreted as a coherent mesoscopic effect. The contribution of superradiant pairs to multiple scattering properties of a… (More)

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