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Shot noise in mesoscopic conductors

- Y. M. Blanter, M. Buttiker
- Physics
- 11 October 1999

Abstract Theoretical and experimental work concerned with dynamic fluctuations has developed into a very active and fascinating subfield of mesoscopic physics. We present a review of this development… Expand

Deterministic entanglement of superconducting qubits by parity measurement and feedback

- D. Ristè, M. Dukalski, +6 authors L. DiCarlo
- Medicine, Physics
- Nature
- 17 June 2013

The stochastic evolution of quantum systems during measurement is arguably the most enigmatic feature of quantum mechanics. Measuring a quantum system typically steers it towards a classical state,… Expand

Carbon nanotubes as nanoelectromechanical systems

- S. Sapmaz, Y. M. Blanter, L. Gurevich, H. S. J. Zant
- Physics
- 17 June 2002

We theoretically study the interplay between electrical and mechanical properties of suspended, doubly clamped carbon nanotubes in which charging effects dominate. In this geometry, the capacitance… Expand

The theory of electronic topological transitions

- Y. M. Blanter, M. I. Kaganov, A. V. Pantsulaya, A. Varlamov
- Physics
- 1 September 1994

Abstract In the present review an attemp to survey all the theory of electronic topological transitions from the very first paper until the recent achievements is made. The presentation is started… Expand

Shot-noise current-current correlations in multiterminal diffusive conductors

- Y. M. Blanter, M. Buttiker
- Physics
- 5 February 1997

We investigate the correlations in the current fluctuations at different terminals of metallic diffusive conductors. We start from scattering matrix expressions for the shot noise and use the… Expand

Rectification of fluctuations in an underdamped ratchet

- Y. M. Blanter, M. Buttiker
- Physics
- 20 April 1998

We investigate analytically the motion of underdamped particles subject to a deterministic periodic potential and a periodic temperature. Despite the fact that an underamped particle experiences the… Expand

Transport in disordered graphene nanoribbons

- I. Martin, Y. M. Blanter
- Physics
- 3 May 2007

We study electronic transport in graphene nanoribbons with rough edges. We first consider a model of weak disorder that corresponds to an armchair ribbon whose width randomly changes by a single unit… Expand

FLUCTUATIONS OF CONDUCTANCE PEAK SPACINGS IN THE COULOMB BLOCKADE REGIME :ROLE OF ELECTRON-ELECTRON INTERACTION

- Y. M. Blanter, A. Mirlin, B. A. Muzykantskii
- Physics
- 30 September 1996

We study influence of electron-electron interaction on statistics of Coulomb blockade peak spacings in disordered quantum dots. It is shown that the interaction combined with fluctuations of… Expand

Photon-assisted electron transport in graphene : Scattering theory analysis

- B. Trauzettel, Y. M. Blanter, A. Morpurgo
- Physics
- 20 June 2006

Photon-assisted electron transport in ballistic graphene is analyzed using scattering theory. We show that the presence of an ac signal (applied to a gate electrode in a region of the system) has… Expand

INTERACTION CONSTANTS AND DYNAMIC CONDUCTANCE OF A GATED WIRE

- Y. M. Blanter, F. Hekking, M. Buttiker
- Physics
- 28 October 1997

We show that the interaction constant governing the long-range electron-electron interaction in a quantum wire coupled to two reservoirs and capacitively coupled to a gate can be determined by a… Expand