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Illinois ECE 598EP Lecture 13 - Hot Chips: Conductance Quantization

By Eric Pop1, Omar N Sobh2

1. Stanford University 2. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

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Conductance Quantization


  • Ideal Electrical Resistance in 1-D
  • Charge and Energy Current Flow in 1-D
  • Conductance as Transmission
  • Conductance of 1-D quantum wire
  • Quasi 1-D Channel in 2-D Structure
  • Quantum Conductance in nanotubes
  • Finite Temperatures
  • Where is the Resistance?
  • Multiple Barriers Coherent Transport
  • Multiple Barriers Incoherent Transport

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  • Eric Pop; Omar N Sobh (2009), "Illinois ECE 598EP Lecture 13 - Hot Chips: Conductance Quantization,"

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