author={Thierry Martin},
This is a course on noise which covers some of the scattering theory for normal metals, Hanbury Brown and Twiss analogs for noise correlations with electrons, noise correlations in superconducting/normal metal junctions. Entanglement in such NS systems is described with a criterion for violating Bell inegalities. The last section is devoted to the perturbative derivation of noise in a particular one dimensional correlated electron system (Luttinger liquid): edge states in the fractional quantum… 
Negative Delta-T Noise in the Fractional Quantum Hall Effect.
It is shown that the tunneling of Laughlin quasiparticles leads to a negative delta-T noise, in stark contrast with electron tunneling, and varying the transmission of the quantum point contact or applying a voltage bias across the Hall bar may flip the sign of this noise contribution, yielding signatures that can be accessed experimentally.
Finite frequency noise in a normal metal–topological superconductor junction
A topological superconductor nanowire bears a Majorana bound state at each of its ends, leading to unique transport properties. As a way to probe these, we study the finite frequency noise of a
Electron interferometry in integer quantum Hall edge channels
We consider the electronic analog of the Hong–Ou–Mandel (HOM) interferometer from quantum optics. In this realistic condensed matter device, single electrons are injected and travel along opposite
Hong-Ou-Mandel heat noise in the quantum Hall regime
We investigate heat current fluctuations induced by a periodic train of Lorentzian-shaped pulses, carrying an integer number of electronic charges, in a Hong-Ou-Mandel (HOM) interferometer
Crystallization of levitons in the fractional quantum Hall regime
Using a periodic train of Lorentzian voltage pulses, which generates soliton-like electronic excita-tions called Levitons, we investigate the charge density backscattered off a quantum point contact
Noise signatures for determining chiral Majorana fermion modes
The conductance measurement of a half quantized plateau in a quantum anomalous Hall insulator-superconductor structure is reported by a recent experiment [Q. L. He \textit{et al.}, Science 357,
Minimal excitation states for heat transport in driven quantum Hall systems
We investigate minimal excitation states for heat transport into a fractional quantum Hall system driven out of equilibrium by means of time-periodic voltage pulses. A quantum point contact allows
Incoherent transport on the ν=2/3 quantum Hall edge
The nature of edge state transport in quantum Hall systems has been studied intensely ever since Halperin [1] noted its importance for the quantization of the Hall conductance. Since then, there have
Electronic quantum optics beyond the integer quantum Hall effect
The analogs of two seminal quantum optics experiments are considered in a condensed‐matter setting with single‐electron sources injecting electronic wave packets on edge states coupled through a
Levitons in helical liquids with Rashba spin-orbit coupling probed by a superconducting contact
We consider transport properties of a single edge of a two-dimensional topological insulators, in presence of Rashba spin-orbit coupling, driven by two external time-dependent voltages and connected


Electronic noise and fluctuations in solids
This book looks at the physics of electronic fluctuations (noise) in solids. The author emphasizes many fundamental experiments that have become classics: physical mechanisms of fluctuations, and the
Introduction to mesoscopic physics
Preface Preface to the second edition List of symbols 1. Introduction and a brief review of experimental systems 2. Quantum transport, Anderson Localization 3. Dephasing by coupling with the
Higher moments of noise
In this article we present simple approaches to the calculation of P(i) (the probability distribution of current fluctuations) in a tunnel junction, and to the effect of the environment on noise
On a new method in the theory of superconductivity
SummaryA generalization of the method elaborated by the author for the theory of superconductivity is presented. It is shown that the original Fröhlich model possesses the property of
Many-particle physics
1. Introductory Material.- 1.1. Harmonic Oscillators and Phonons.- 1.2. Second Quantization for Particles.- 1.3. Electron - Phonon Interactions.- A. Interaction Hamiltonian.- B. Localized Electron.-
A prototype probability package named APPL (A Probability Programming Language) is presented that can be used to manipulate random variables and examples illustrate its use.
Aaron Beck’s cognitive therapy model has been used repeatedly to treat depression and anxiety. The case presented here is a 34-year-old female law student with an adjustment disorder with mixed