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2017

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2017

The Hamilton operator of an open quantum system is non-Hermitian. Its eigenvalues are, generally, complex and provide not only… Expand

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2015

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2015

We study heat transfers in a single level quantum dot strongly coupled to fermionic reservoirs and subjected to a time-dependent… Expand

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2012

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2012

Introduction.- Mathematical tools.- Time evolution in closed quantum systems.- Time evolution in open quantum systems.- Quantum… Expand

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2012

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2012

We present an effective operator formalism for open quantum systems. Employing perturbation theory and adiabatic elimination of… Expand

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2010

2010

We study open quantum systems whose evolution is governed by a master equation of Kossakowski-Gorini-Sudarshan-Lindblad type and… Expand

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2009

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2009

A quantum-mechanical framework is set up to describe the full counting statistics of particles flowing between reservoirs in an… Expand

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2008

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2008

The coupling of a quantum system to its environment is usually associated with the unwanted effect of decoherence. But… Expand

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2006

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2006

Die Operatortheorie beschäftigt sich mit der Analyse linearer Abbildungen auf unend-lichdimensionalen R ¨ aumen. Einen besonderen… Expand

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2005

Highly Cited

2005

We generalize the standard quantum adiabatic approximation to the case of open quantum systems. We define the adiabatic limit of… Expand

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2002

Highly Cited

2002

A quantum dissipation theory is constructed with the system–bath interaction being treated rigorously at the second-order… Expand

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