Valeriu Moldoveanu

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We address the existence of steady state Green-Keldysh correlation functions of interacting fermions in mesoscopic systems for both the partitioning and partition-free scenarios. Under some spectral assumptions on the non-interacting model and for sufficiently small interaction strength, we show that the system evolves to a NESS which does not depend on the(More)
A quantum-mechanical calculation of conductance in an open quantum dot is performed in the Landauer-Büttiker formalism using a tight binding Hamiltonian with direct Coulomb interaction. The charge distribution in the dot is calculated self-consistently as function of a gate potential, for various dot-leads couplings. The interaction is active only inside(More)
: The usual experimental set-up for measuring the wave function phase shift of electrons tunneling through a quantum dot (QD) embedded in a ring (i.e., the transmittance phase) is the so-called 'open' interferometer as first proposed by Schuster et al. in 1997, in which the electrons back-scattered at source and the drain contacts are absorbed by additional(More)
A detailed description of the tunneling processes within Aharonov-Bohm (AB) rings containing two-dimensional quantum dots is presented. We show that the electronic propagation through the interferometer is controlled by the spectral properties of the embedded dots and by their coupling with the ring. The transmittance of the interferometer is computed by(More)
4 Recently, Avron et al in [1],.. . ,[5] shed new light on the question of quantum transport in mesoscopic samples coupled to particle reservoirs by semi-infinite leads. They rigorously treat the case when the sample undergoes an adiabatic evolution thus generating a current through the leads, and prove the so called BPT formula, see [9]. Using a discrete(More)
Recently, Avron et al in [1],...,[5] shed new light on the question of quantum transport in mesoscopic samples coupled to particle reservoirs by semi-infinite leads. They rigorously treat the case when the sample undergoes an adiabatic evolution thus generating a current through the leads, and prove the so called BPT formula, see [9]. Using a discrete(More)