Effects of strong electron interactions and resonant scattering on power output of nano-devices

@article{Karki2019EffectsOS,
  title={Effects of strong electron interactions and resonant scattering on power output of nano-devices},
  author={Deep Bahadur Karki and Mikhail N. Kiselev},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  year={2019}
}
We develop a Fermi-liquid based approach to investigate the power output of nano devices in the presence of strong interactions and resonance scattering. The developed scheme is then employed to study the power output of a SU($N$) Kondo impurity at the strong-coupling regime. The interplay between Kondo resonance and the filling-factors in the SU($N$) quantum systems is found to be a key to enhance output power. Such enhancement results an output power corresponding to $50\%$ of the quantum… 
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