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Quantum many-particle electron transport in time-dependent systems with Bohmian trajectories

  title={Quantum many-particle electron transport in time-dependent systems with Bohmian trajectories},
  author={A. Pardo},
Es conocido que a escalas nanometricas se debe tratar con en el problema de muchas particulas a la hora de estudiar dispositivos electronicos. Es estos escenarios, la ecuacion de Schrodinger dependiente del tiempo para muchas particulas solo se puede resolver para unos pocos grados de libertad. En este sentido, diferentes formalismos han sido desarrollados en la literatura (tales como time-dependent Density Functional Theory, Green's functions tecnicas o Quantum Monte Carlo tecnicas) para… Expand
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