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Mathematical Physics Department of Physics Faculty of Science Lund University

Andreas Wacker



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Email: Andreas.Wacker@fysik.lu.se

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Mathematical Physics
Lund University
Box 118
22100 Lund
(Internal mail: HS 14A)

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Professorsgatan 1, Room B 302
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Group Nonequilibrium Quantum Transport in Nanosystems

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Full list of publications (PDF)
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list of publications of the group Nonequilibrium Quantum Transport in Nanosystems

Selected articles:

  1. D.O. Winge, M. Franckié, and  A. Wacker: Simulating terahertz quantum cascade lasers: Trends from samples from different labs, Journal of Applied Physics  120, 114302 (2016)
  2. B. Goldozian, F. A. Damtie, G. Kiršanskas, and A. Wacker: Transport in serial spinful multiple-dot systems: The role of electron-electron interactions and coherences, Scientific Reports 6,  22761 (2016)
  3. M. Lindskog, J.M. Wolf, V. Trinite, V. Liverini, J. Faist, G. Maisons, M. Carras, R. Aidam, R. Ostendorf, and A. Wacker: Comparative analysis of quantum cascade laser modeling based on density matrices and non-equilibrium Green's functions, Applied Physics Letters 105, 103106 (2014)
  4. O. Karlström, H. Linke, G. Karlström, and A. Wacker: Increasing thermoelectric performance using coherent transport,  Physical Review B 84,113415 (2011)
  5. H. A. Nilsson, O. Karlström, M. Larsson, P. Caroff, J. N. Pedersen, L. Samuelson, A. Wacker, L.-E. Wernersson,  and H. Q. Xu: Correlation-induced conductance suppression at level degeneracy in a quantum dotPhysical Review Letters 104, 186804 (2010)
  6. G. Kiesslich, P. Samuelsson, A. Wacker, and E. Schöll: Counting statistics and decoherence in coupled quantum dots, Physical Review B 73, 033312 (2006)
  7. J. N. Pedersen and A. Wacker: Tunneling through nanosystems: Combining broadening with many-particle states, Physical Review B 72, 195330 (2005)
  8. S.-C. Lee and A. Wacker: A nonequilibrium Green's function theory for transport and gain properties of quantum cascade structures, Physical Review B 66, 245314 (2002)
  9. A. Wacker: Semiconductor Superlattices: A model system for nonlinear transport, Physics Reports 357, 1-111 (2002) (Review article).
  10. A. Wacker and A.-P. Jauho: Quantum transport: The link between standard approaches in superlattices, Physical Review Letters 80, 369 (1998)
  11. A. Wacker, S. Bose, and E. Schöll: Transient spatio-temporal chaos in a reaction-diffusion model, Europhysics Letters 31, 257 (1995)
  12. R. Schmolke, A. Wacker, D. Frank, and V. Dohm: Specific heat and superfluid density of confined 4He near T-lambda, Physica B 165&166, 575 (1990)



Publisher: Andreas Wacker
E-mail: Andreas.Wacker@fysik.lu.se
Last updated: 13.4.2011