Quantum chaos in open versus closed quantum dots: Signatures of interacting particles

@inproceedings{Marcus1997QuantumCI,
  title={Quantum chaos in open versus closed quantum dots: Signatures of interacting particles},
  author={Charles M Marcus and Sukaran Ram Patel and Andrew Huibers and Sara Marie Cronenwett and Michael Switkes and Ian Hin-Yun Chan and Roland M. Clarke and Joshua Alexander Folk and S. F. Godijn and K. B. Campman and Arthur Charles Gossard},
  year={1997}
}
Abstract This paper reviews recent studies of mesoscopic fluctuations in transport through ballistic quantum dots, emphasizing differences between conduction through open dots and tunneling through nearly isolated dots. Both the open dots and the tunnel-contacted dots show random, repeatable conductance fluctuations with universal statistical properties that are accurately characterized by a variety of theoretical models including random matrix theory, semiclassical methods and nonlinear sigma… CONTINUE READING

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