Shot noise near the unitary limit of a Kondo quantum dot

  title={Shot noise near the unitary limit of a Kondo quantum dot},
  author={Anatoly Golub},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  • A. Golub
  • Published 2006
  • Physics
  • Physical Review B
We examine the statistics of current fluctuations in a junction with a quantum dot described by Kondo Hamiltonian. With the help of Keldysh technique we calculate shot noise as a function of applied voltage at zero temperature using the fix-point Hamiltonian. These calculations are complementary to similar ones performed earlier in the mean field slave boson approximation. The results may be relevant for measurement of effective charge carriers. 
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