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- The dot separation distance.
- The electron effective mass.
- The dielectric constant.
- The interacting charge density in cm-2.
- The spin coupling J in meV.
- The correlation hole when one electron is passing between the dots.
“pi”: our group’s open-source path integral Monte Carlo program.
The full path integral simulation tool available as app-pimc on nanoHUB.
Developed by John Shumway in the Department of Physics at Arizona State University.
Work supported by NSF Grant No. DMR 0239819 and NRI-SWAN.
- “Path integral study of the role of correlation in exchange coupling in quantum dots and optical lattices,” by Lei Zhang, M. J. Gilbert, and J. Shumway (submitted, 2008).
- Double dot model is from: J. Pedersen, C. Flindt, N. A. Mortensen, and A.-P. Jauho, Phys. Rev. B 76, 125323 (2007).
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