Michael Rozenberg

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Vehicular ad-hoc networks (VANETs) offer a large number of new potential applications without relying on significant infrastructure. Many of these applications benefit from multi-hop relaying of information, thus requiring a routing protocol. Characteristics unique to VANETs (such as high mobility and the need for geographical addressing) make many(More)
Two-dimensional electron gases (2DEGs) at transition-metal oxide (TMO) interfaces, and boundary states in topological insulators, are being intensively investigated. The former system harbors superconductivity, large magneto-resistance, and ferromagnetism. In the latter, honeycomb-lattice geometry plus bulk spin-orbit interactions lead to topologically(More)
We solve the dynamical mean-field theory equations for the Hubbard model away from the particle-hole-symmetric case using the density matrix renormalization group method. We focus our study on the region of strong interactions and finite doping where two solutions coexist. We obtain precise predictions for the boundaries of the coexistence region. In(More)
The phenomenon of resistive switching (RS), which was initially linked to non-volatile resistive memory applications, has recently also been associated with the concept of memristors, whose adjustable multilevel resistance characteristics open up unforeseen perspectives in cognitive computing. Herein, we demonstrate that the resistance states of Li(x)CoO2(More)
We study the Mott transition in the Hubbard model within the dynamical mean field theory approach where the density matrix renormalization group method is used to solve its self-consistent equations. The DMRG technique solves the associated impurity problem. We obtain accurate estimates of the critical values of the metal-insulator transitions. For the(More)
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