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The role of the Van Hove singularity in the time evolution of electronic states in a low-dimensional superlattice semiconductor
Over the last three decades, the rapid development of efficient synthetic routes for the preparation of expanded porphyrin macrocycles has allowed the exploration of a new frontier involving “porphyrin-like” coordination ...
Spatially-homogeneous Vlasov-Einstein dynamics
The influence of matter described by the Vlasov equation, on the evolution of anisotropy in the spatially-homogeneous universes, called the Bianchi cosmologies, is studied. Due to the spatial-homogeneity, the Einstein ...
Dynamics of quantum control in cold-atom systems
The dynamics of mesoscopic two-boson systems that model an interacting pair of ultracold alkali atoms in the presence of electromagnetic potentials are considered. The translational degrees of freedom of such a system can ...
Renormalization of isoenergetically degenerate Hamiltonian flows, and instability of solitons in shear hydrodynamic flows
Part I of this Thesis presents a study of the renormalization group transformation acting on an appropriate space of Hamiltonian functions in two angle and two action variables. In particular, we study the existence of ...
Plasma turbulence in the equatorial electrojet observations, theories, models, and simulations
The plasma turbulence in the equatorial electrojet due to the presence of two different plasma instability mechanisms has been observed and studied for more than seven decades. The sharp density-gradient and large conductivity ...
Coherent control of cold atoms in a[n] optical lattice
The dynamics of non-interacting, ultracold alkali atoms in the presence of counter-propagating lasers (optical lattice systems) is considered theoretically. The center of mass motion of an atom is such a system can be ...