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Quantum Transport in Electronic Nanosystems

September 20, 2009 – September 24, 2009

Location: Karlsruhe, Germany

The field of electronic transport in nanostructures is one of most actively developing research directions in modern condensed matter physics. The ongoing progress in nanofabrication techniques allows to fabricate nanoscale systems in a controlled way and to investigate their transport properties.  A variety of fascinating quantum phenomena emerging in electronic nanosystems have been discovered and investigated in recent years, both experimentally and theoretically. In addition to the fundamental importance of these discoveries, there are all reasons to expect that many of them will find applications in future nanoelectronics.  The aim of the planned Workshop is to bring together leading experts in the field as well as motivated young researchers and students in order to discuss recent developments, the present status of the field, and its future prospects.



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