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CQT: Concepts of Quantum Transport

By Supriyo Datta

Purdue University

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    Anonymous

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    excellent.

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    Vihar Petkov Georgiev

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    Thank you very much for the perfect lectures. They are very useful and helpful for me.

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    Abbas

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    I really benefited from your lectures.Thanks very much!

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    Deepanjan Datta

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    The lectures are really excellent and to understand the basic of quantum transport these lectures are really great.

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    peter osterberg

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    This CQT series of lectures by Supriyo Datta is FANTASTIC. I find it a GREAT complement to his on-line course lectures which I also thoroughly enjoy as I have expressed in the past. I highly recomment all of Supriyo Datta’s lectures to anyone interested in Nanoelectronics, quantum transport, etc.

    (BTW, this is Peter Osterberg from the University of Portland and I am the Number 1 fan of nanohub.org, the NCN, and Supriyo Datta).

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    No comment.

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    Yasser Sabry Gad

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    It is really very helpful and clear series of lectures. It makes familiar with the concepts of quantum transport.In my point of view, the part of Maxwell’s Demon may not be needed to understand the overall course and to reach the course objectives

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    Anonymous

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    Really good lecture even for those that have forgotten basics of QM. Highly recommend this lecture (tip: take your time, there is a lot of information, so don’t try all the lectures in one day).

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