Perspectives in quantum thermoelectricity:
time-dependent systems, correlations and measurements

November 12, 2014
Marseille, France

During this one-day workshop, recent works on quantum thermoelectricity in nano-circuits will be presented from both experimental and theoretical points of view. Motivations of that meeting are essentially to identify relevant issues and difficulties in the fields of time-dependent systems, correlations and measurements.

Invited speakers
Julien GABELLI (LPS) - Quantum shot noise in a tunnel junction: toward the dynamical control of tunneling processes
♦ François GIBELLI (IRDEP) - Electron energy filtering: photovoltaics between electronics and thermoelectricity
Christophe GOUPIL (LIED) - When thermoelectric systems meet the Feymann ratchet: harmonic response and feedback
♦ François PARMENTIER (SPEC) - Quantum limit of heat flow across an elementary tansport channel
Peter SAMUELSSON (Lund) - Experimental verification of reciprocity relations in quantum thermoelectric transport
Rafael SANCHEZ (ICMM-CSIC) - Charge and heat correlations in three terminal quantum dot heat engines
Xavier WAINTAL (INAC) - Simulating time resolved quantum nanoelectronics
Clemens WINKELMANN (NEEL) - From charge to heat transport in single quantum dot devices
Adeline CRÉPIEUX (CPT) - Heat, charge and mixed noises in thermoelectric nanosystems
Robert WHITNEY (LPMMC) - The best quantum thermoelectric at finite power output

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If you want to attend this mini-workshop (no registration fee/no deadline), please register by sending an e-mail to F. Michelini

FRUMAM, Campus Saint-Charles, Aix-Marseille University

F. Michelini, Institut Matériaux Microélectronique Nanosciences de Provence, Marseille
A. Crépieux, Centre de Physique Théorique, Marseille
J.-F. Guillemoles, Institut de Recherche et Développement sur l'Energie Photovoltaique, Chatou
R. Whitney, Laboratoire de Physique et Modélisation des Milieux Condensés, Grenoble

Funded by
PEPS Physique Théorique et ses Interfaces, CNRS
Centre de Physique Théorique, UMR 7332, CNRS
Institut Matériaux Microélectronique Nanosciences de Provence, UMR 7334, CNRS

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