ZnO Quantum Dots: Physical Properties and Optoelectronic

... To validate the model, we calculated exciton groundQDs can be reduced to a three-dimensional one with instate energy as a function of the QD radius for spherical dependent variables re , rh , and h¢, where h¢ is the angle ZnO QDs in water and compared it with experimental data reported in Refs. 15 a ...

... To validate the model, we calculated exciton groundQDs can be reduced to a three-dimensional one with instate energy as a function of the QD radius for spherical dependent variables re , rh , and h¢, where h¢ is the angle ZnO QDs in water and compared it with experimental data reported in Refs. 15 a ...

from its mathematical description to its experimental

... The first strong criticism to quantum theory came with the Einstein, Podolsky and Rosen’s (EPR) paper “Can quantum-mechanical description of the physical reality be considered complete?” [EPR35]. These authors recognized that, although quantum theory could catch many physical effects, it allowed wei ...

... The first strong criticism to quantum theory came with the Einstein, Podolsky and Rosen’s (EPR) paper “Can quantum-mechanical description of the physical reality be considered complete?” [EPR35]. These authors recognized that, although quantum theory could catch many physical effects, it allowed wei ...

Quantum Information Processing with

... ‘transmon’ charge qubits are capacitively coupled to a one-dimensional microwave transmission line resonator which serves as a quantum bus. Single-qubit rotations can be applied through the resonator and their operation is characterized using various benchmarking techniques. Through a virtual photon ...

... ‘transmon’ charge qubits are capacitively coupled to a one-dimensional microwave transmission line resonator which serves as a quantum bus. Single-qubit rotations can be applied through the resonator and their operation is characterized using various benchmarking techniques. Through a virtual photon ...

Paul Ehrenfest: The Genesis of the Adiabatic Hypothesis, 1911–1914

... between PLANCK’s and EINSTEIN’s quantum hypotheses. His disciple KRUTKOW completed his analysis, showing by means of combinatorics that the assumption of corpuscular quanta does not allow one to go beyond WIEN’s law. Further, to recover PLANCK’s law, a correlation among quanta that removes their ind ...

... between PLANCK’s and EINSTEIN’s quantum hypotheses. His disciple KRUTKOW completed his analysis, showing by means of combinatorics that the assumption of corpuscular quanta does not allow one to go beyond WIEN’s law. Further, to recover PLANCK’s law, a correlation among quanta that removes their ind ...

Physik-Department Technische Universität München

... this thesis. Finally, I thank Enrique for sharing with me his Machiavellian approach to life and physics. I could have not asked for a better master than you, Kike! I would also like to thank Dr. Henning Christ, a former graduate student of theoretical physics in the group of Prof. Igacio Cirac at t ...

... this thesis. Finally, I thank Enrique for sharing with me his Machiavellian approach to life and physics. I could have not asked for a better master than you, Kike! I would also like to thank Dr. Henning Christ, a former graduate student of theoretical physics in the group of Prof. Igacio Cirac at t ...

Development of a Silicon Semiconductor Quantum Dot Qubit with

... Schematic showing the coupling of the double quantum dot and an electrical resonator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Top: Schematic diagram showing the quantum dot capacitively coupled to the microwave resonator (green, shown as a lumped element LC circuit), ...

... Schematic showing the coupling of the double quantum dot and an electrical resonator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Top: Schematic diagram showing the quantum dot capacitively coupled to the microwave resonator (green, shown as a lumped element LC circuit), ...

... Schematic showing the coupling of the double quantum dot and an electrical resonator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Top: Schematic diagram showing the quantum dot capacitively coupled to the microwave resonator (green, shown as a lumped element LC circuit), ...

Approaches to Quantum Gravity

... approach to Quantum Gravity. New techniques have been then imported to the field from other areas of theoretical physics, e.g. Lattice Gauge Theory, and influenced in several ways the birth or growth of even more directions in Quantum Gravity research, including for example discrete approaches. At t ...

... approach to Quantum Gravity. New techniques have been then imported to the field from other areas of theoretical physics, e.g. Lattice Gauge Theory, and influenced in several ways the birth or growth of even more directions in Quantum Gravity research, including for example discrete approaches. At t ...

Wave propagation in media having negative permittivity and

... intuitive ray picture given in 关3兴; but, as we will demonstrate, care must be exercised in interpreting the meaning of the rays in the DNG slab. However, the exact solution also proves that this occurs for only one particular lossless, nondispersive case for which the index of refraction is ⫺1, i.e. ...

... intuitive ray picture given in 关3兴; but, as we will demonstrate, care must be exercised in interpreting the meaning of the rays in the DNG slab. However, the exact solution also proves that this occurs for only one particular lossless, nondispersive case for which the index of refraction is ⫺1, i.e. ...

Leaking Chaotic Systems

... In dynamical-systems theory, the idea of leaking an otherwise closed chaotic systems was first proposed by Pianigiani and Yorke as early as 1979: Picture an energy conserving billiard table with smooth obstacles so that all trajectories are unstable with respect to the initial data. Now suppose a sm ...

... In dynamical-systems theory, the idea of leaking an otherwise closed chaotic systems was first proposed by Pianigiani and Yorke as early as 1979: Picture an energy conserving billiard table with smooth obstacles so that all trajectories are unstable with respect to the initial data. Now suppose a sm ...

An Unshunted Comparator as a Device for Quantum Measurements

... inspired by another device, which is the popular one-bit quantizer for superconducting analog-to-digital converters (ADC). It is called the ”quasi-one-junction SQUID” (QOS) in which the ”quantizing” junction Q has a much smaller critical current than the others, increasing the ADC sensitivity. The p ...

... inspired by another device, which is the popular one-bit quantizer for superconducting analog-to-digital converters (ADC). It is called the ”quasi-one-junction SQUID” (QOS) in which the ”quantizing” junction Q has a much smaller critical current than the others, increasing the ADC sensitivity. The p ...

QUANTUM COMPUTING

... only the rst step and perhaps even more fundamental changes in the principles of physics could be obtained from the view that physics is informational.6 These new views of the role of information in quantum physics also bring new potentials, challenges and questions for quantum physics. Is the we ...

... only the rst step and perhaps even more fundamental changes in the principles of physics could be obtained from the view that physics is informational.6 These new views of the role of information in quantum physics also bring new potentials, challenges and questions for quantum physics. Is the we ...

Reconstruction on Wigner Functions on Different

... Definition of a state in quantum physics is more abstract and complex [2]. Operationally, a state of a quantum-mechanical system is associated with particular probability distributions of measured physical observables. These distributions are obtained via measurements over an ensemble of quantum-mec ...

... Definition of a state in quantum physics is more abstract and complex [2]. Operationally, a state of a quantum-mechanical system is associated with particular probability distributions of measured physical observables. These distributions are obtained via measurements over an ensemble of quantum-mec ...

Sources of Photonic Entanglement for Applications in Space ICFO-INSTITUT DE CI `

... In entangled systems the physical properties of a composite system are shifted from its individual constituents to correlations between them. This leads to nonlocal correlations between possibly distant information carriers, which can be stronger than those allowed by any theory that is based on the ...

... In entangled systems the physical properties of a composite system are shifted from its individual constituents to correlations between them. This leads to nonlocal correlations between possibly distant information carriers, which can be stronger than those allowed by any theory that is based on the ...

Quantum Theory of Condensed Matter (260 Pages)

... I am indeed honored to have been given the opportunity to lead this 24th Solvay Conference on Physics. It is true, as David suggested, that I was rather hesitant at first to take on this responsibility. The prospect of trying to choose fifty participants to represent a field as broad as condensed ma ...

... I am indeed honored to have been given the opportunity to lead this 24th Solvay Conference on Physics. It is true, as David suggested, that I was rather hesitant at first to take on this responsibility. The prospect of trying to choose fifty participants to represent a field as broad as condensed ma ...