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Partners of UFN contribute to the organisation of a 4 hour tutorial session where the basic concepts of quantum transport will be introduced as well as how to use the Kwant software to make practical calculations. This mini-workshop is aimed at experimental or theoretical physicists who want to learn how to simulate coherent nanoelectronics devices. The hands-on sessions will cover several examples including graphene devices, quantum Hall effect or devices with superconducting contacts.
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Open Science seminar “Minatec les Midis”, by X. Waintal (partner CEA), March 10th, 2021. The replay is available here.
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