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1 14 février 2011Evaluation AERES1 Equipe de Nanophysique – Groupe 2 Membres permanents Adeline Crépieux MdC U2 Pierre Devillard MdC U1 Thibaut Jonckheere CR CNRS Thierry Martin Prof. U2‏ Jérôme Rech CR CNRS

2 14 février 2011Evaluation AERES2 Equipe de Nanophysique – Groupe 2 Etudiants en thèse D. Chevallier (soutenance 09/2011)‏ R. Zamoum débutée en 2010‏ C. Wahl débutée en 2011‏

3 14 février 2011Evaluation AERES3 Electronic transport in mesoscopic and nanoscopic devices Transport through a single molecule; effect of the internal degrees of freedom (spin, phonons, …) Superconducting and hybrid systems (Josephson effect, Multiple Andreev reflection, etc.)‏ 1d conductors with electronic interactions – Luttinger liquid (Carbon nanotubes, edge states of the Quantum Hall effect, …)‏ High frequency noise, theory of noise measurement Time-dependent problems – time-resolved single electron excitations Theory of Quantum Hall effect (impact of the atomic lattice, anomalous and spin Hall effects, …)‏

4 14 février 2011Evaluation AERES4 Electronic transport in mesoscopic and nanoscopic devices Transport through a single molecule; effect of the internal degrees of freedom (spin, phonons, …) Superconducting and hybrid systems (Josephson effect, Multiple Andreev reflection, etc.)‏ 1d conductors with electronic interactions – Luttinger liquid (Carbon nanotubes, edge states of the Quantum Hall effect, …)‏ High frequency noise, theory of noise measurement Time-dependent problems – time-resolved single electron excitations Theory of Quantum Hall effect (impact of the atomic lattice, anomalous and spin Hall effects, …)‏

5 14 février 2011Evaluation AERES5 Electronic transport in mesoscopic and nanoscopic devices Transport through a single molecule; effect of the internal degrees of freedom (spin, phonons, …) Superconducting and hybrid systems (Josephson effect, Multiple Andreev reflection, etc.)‏ 1d conductors with electronic interactions – Luttinger liquid (Carbon nanotubes, edge states of the Quantum Hall effect, …)‏ High frequency noise, theory of noise measurement Time-dependent problems – time-resolved single electron excitations Theory of Quantum Hall effect (impact of the atomic lattice, anomalous and spin Hall effects, …)‏

6 14 février 2011Evaluation AERES6 Electronic transport in mesoscopic and nanoscopic devices Transport through a single molecule; effect of the internal degrees of freedom (spin, phonons, …) Superconducting and hybrid systems (Josephson effect, Multiple Andreev reflection, etc.)‏ 1d conductors with electronic interactions – Luttinger liquid (Carbon nanotubes, edge states of the Quantum Hall effect, …)‏ High frequency noise, theory of noise measurement Time-dependent problems – time-resolved single electron excitations Theory of Quantum Hall effect (impact of the atomic lattice, anomalous and spin Hall effects, …)‏

7 14 février 2011Evaluation AERES7 Electronic transport in mesoscopic and nanoscopic devices Transport through a single molecule; effect of the internal degrees of freedom (spin, phonons, …) Superconducting and hybrid systems (Josephson effect, Multiple Andreev reflection, etc.)‏ 1d conductors with electronic interactions – Luttinger liquid (Carbon nanotubes, edge states of the Quantum Hall effect, …)‏ High frequency noise, theory of noise measurement Time-dependent problems – time-resolved single electron excitations Theory of Quantum Hall effect (impact of the atomic lattice, anomalous and spin Hall effects, …)‏

8 14 février 2011Evaluation AERES8 Electronic transport in mesoscopic and nanoscopic devices Transport through a single molecule; effect of the internal degrees of freedom (spin, phonons, …) Superconducting and hybrid systems (Josephson effect, Multiple Andreev reflection, etc.)‏ 1d conductors with electronic interactions – Luttinger liquid (Carbon nanotubes, edge states of the Quantum Hall effect, …)‏ High frequency noise, theory of noise measurement Time-dependent problems – time-resolved single electron excitations Theory of Quantum Hall effect (impact of the atomic lattice, anomalous and spin Hall effects, …)‏

9 14 février 2011Evaluation AERES9 Projets en cours – possibilités de séminaires, stages, thèses… Emission et manipulation d’électrons uniques dans des états de bords : Optique quantique électronique (ANR 1 shot, coll. LPA ENS Paris, ENS Lyon)‏ Effets thermo-électriques dépendant du temps (coll. F. Michelini, IM2NP) Etude du splitter à paire de Cooper”,et du courant de quartets (paires de paires de Cooper) (coll. R. Melin Grenoble, T. Kontos Paris)‏

10 14 février 2011Evaluation AERES10 Josephson effect through an isotropic magnetic molecule Phase diagram of the Josephson junction (0 or  state). The exchange interaction J has a deep impact on the Joseph- son current M. Lee, T. Jonckheere and T. Martin, Phys. Rev. Lett. 101, (2008)‏

11 14 février 2011Evaluation AERES11 Screening in a Luttinger liquid coupled to a STM tip Study of the impact of screening on the transport between a STM tip and a Luttinger liquid Calculation of the spectral properties and of transport properties (screening reduces the current). M. Guigou, T. Martin and A. Crépieux, Phys. Rev. B 80, (2009)‏ and Phys. Rev. B 80, (2009)‏

12 14 février 2011Evaluation AERES12 Dynamic response of the quantum RC circuit with strong electronic interactions Systematic study of the effect of strong electronic interaction on the dynamical behavior of the quantum RC circuit, using a Luttinger liquid model. Relaxation resistance is universal even for strong Coulomb blockade, but strong interactions in the leads induce a quantum phase transition to an incoherent regime Y. Hamamoto, T. Jonckheere, T. Kato and T. Martin, Phys. Rev. B 81, (2010) (from LPA Physique mésoscopique group)


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