# Heat flux in general quasifree fermionic right mover/left mover systems

@inproceedings{Aschbacher2020HeatFI, title={Heat flux in general quasifree fermionic right mover/left mover systems}, author={Walter H. Aschbacher}, year={2020} }

With the help of time-dependent scattering theory on the observable algebra of infinitely extended quasifree fermionic chains, we introduce a general class of so-called right mover/left mover states which are inspired by the nonequilibrium steady states for the prototypical nonequilibrium configuration of a finite sample coupled to two thermal reservoirs at different temperatures. Under the assumption of spatial translation invariance, we relate the 2-point operator of such a right mover/left…

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