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Réseaux de Liquides de Luttinger Couplés

Abstract : This thesis broaches the theoretical study of electronic transport properties for diverse nanoscale arrays, which fabrication was made possible by the recent advances in nanotechnology. Three types of experimental setups are analysed: the nanotubes, the quantum wires and the Josephson junctions. In the first chapter, using the renormalisation group method and the bosonisation technique, we find the phase diagrams for regular networks of quantum wires in two regimes of strong and weak electronic interaction. Next, we focus on combined effects of quantum interference for local Z2 symmetry arrays in the presence of Coulomb interaction. In the last chapter we propose the tension-current spectrometer of qubits, that could be used in the domain of quantum information.
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Kyrylo Kazymyrenko. Réseaux de Liquides de Luttinger Couplés. Matière Condensée [cond-mat]. Université Pierre et Marie Curie - Paris VI, 2005. Français. ⟨tel-00010734⟩



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