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The infinite-range quantum random Heisenberg magnet.
Scuola Internazionale Superiore di Studi Avanzati (SISSA) and Istituto Nazionale per la Fisica della Materia (INFM)Unit`a di Ricerca Trieste-SISSA, Via Beirut 4, I-34014 Trieste, Italy.(ReceivedExpand
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Adiabatic response and quantum thermoelectrics for ac-driven quantum systems
Fil: Ludovico, Maria Florencia. Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Cientificas y Tecnicas. Oficina de Coordinacion Administrativa Ciudad Universitaria. Instituto de Fisica de Buenos Aires.Expand
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Green-function approach to transport phenomena in quantum pumps
We present a general treatment to study transport phenomena in systems described by tight-binding Hamiltonians coupled to reservoirs and with one or more time-periodic potentials. We apply thisExpand
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Heat production and energy balance in nanoscale engines driven by time-dependent fields
We present a formalism to study the heat transport and the power developed by the local driving fields on a quantum system coupled to macroscopic reservoirs. We show that, quite generally, twoExpand
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Relation between scattering-matrix and Keldysh formalisms for quantum transport driven by time-periodic fields
We present the relation between the Floquet scattering matrix and the nonequilibrium Green's function formalisms to transport theory in noninteracting electronic systems in contact to reservoirs andExpand
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Local temperatures and heat flow in quantum driven systems
We discuss the concept of local temperature for quantum systems driven out of equilibrium by ac pumps showing explicitly that it is the correct indicator for heat flow. We also show that its useExpand
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Local and effective temperatures of quantum driven systems
We introduce thermometers to define the local temperature of an electronic system driven out of equilibrium by local ac fields. We also define the effective temperature in terms of a localExpand
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Current-induced switching in transport through anisotropic magnetic molecules
Anisotropic single-molecule magnets may be thought of as molecular switches, with possible applications to molecular spintronics. In this paper, we consider current-induced switching inExpand
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Defining the effective temperature of a quantum driven system from current-current correlation functions
We calculate current-current correlation functions and find an expression for the zero-frequency noise of multiterminal systems driven by harmonically time-dependent voltages within the KeldyshExpand
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Exact Green's function renormalization approach to spectral properties of open quantum systems driven by harmonically time-dependent fields
We present an efficient method and a fast algorithm to exactly calculate spectral functions and one-body observables of open quantum systems described by lattice Hamiltonians with harmonicallyExpand
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