Study of quantum transport in a magnetic wire

Puja Mondal, Ankip Kumar, Alain Nogaret, Sankalpa Ghosh, Harvey Beere, David Ritchie

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Abstract

Spatially varying magnetic fields lead to some
very interesting physics for two dimensional electron gas. In this work
we present some recent results based on the experimental observation of
edge states confined by magnetic potentials and their dependence on the
strength of the magnetic field strength as well as electrostatic gate volt-
age. By numercially integrating Schroedinger Equation we explain the
behavior of such magneto-electric edge states in such two dimensional
electron gas.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2016
EventAPS March meeting - Baltimore, USA United States
Duration: 7 Mar 2016 → …

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ConferenceAPS March meeting
CountryUSA United States
CityBaltimore
Period7/03/16 → …

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electron gas
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Schroedinger equation
magnetic fields
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electrostatics
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Mondal, P., Kumar, A., Nogaret, A., Ghosh, S., Beere, H., & Ritchie, D. (2016). Study of quantum transport in a magnetic wire. Abstract from APS March meeting, Baltimore, USA United States.

Study of quantum transport in a magnetic wire. / Mondal, Puja; Kumar, Ankip; Nogaret, Alain; Ghosh, Sankalpa; Beere, Harvey; Ritchie, David.

2016. Abstract from APS March meeting, Baltimore, USA United States.

Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstract

Mondal, P, Kumar, A, Nogaret, A, Ghosh, S, Beere, H & Ritchie, D 2016, 'Study of quantum transport in a magnetic wire' APS March meeting, Baltimore, USA United States, 7/03/16, .
Mondal P, Kumar A, Nogaret A, Ghosh S, Beere H, Ritchie D. Study of quantum transport in a magnetic wire. 2016. Abstract from APS March meeting, Baltimore, USA United States.
Mondal, Puja ; Kumar, Ankip ; Nogaret, Alain ; Ghosh, Sankalpa ; Beere, Harvey ; Ritchie, David. / Study of quantum transport in a magnetic wire. Abstract from APS March meeting, Baltimore, USA United States.
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