Anton V. Andreev
Associate Professor, Ph.D. MIT 1996.
My research interests focus on electron physics in low-dimensional systems, such as quantum wells, quantum wires and quantum dots. Electron-electron interaction leads to a number of fascinating fenomena in these systems, such as the formation of Luttinger liquid one-dimensional systems the Coulomb blockade of electron transport in quantum dots. I am also interested in the physics of disorder both in quantum and classical systems.
1999 A. P. Sloan Fellowship
1999 David and Lucille Packard Fellowship
1999 NSF CAREER award
A. V. Andreev, V. Gurarie, and L. Radzihovsky, "Nonequilibrium Dynamics and Thermodynamics of a Degenerate Fermi Gas Across a Feshbach Resonance"
A. V. Andreev and I. S. Beloborodov, "Mesoscopic charging effects in the sigma model for granular metals"
M. Pustilnik, E. G. Mishchenko, L. I. Glazman, and A. V. Andreev, "Coulomb Drag by Small Momentum Transfer between Quantum Wires"
A. V. Andreev, I. L. Aleiner, and A. J. Millis, " Dynamical Symmetry Breaking as the Origin of the Zero-dc-Resistance State in an ac-Driven System"
K. A. Matveev and A. V. Andreev, "Thermopower of a single-electron transistor in the regime of strong inelastic cotunneling"
A. V. Andreev and E. G. Mishchenko, "Full counting statistics of a charge pump in the Coulomb blockade regime"
A. V. Andreev, O. Agam, B. D. Simons, and B. L. Altshuler, "Quantum Chaos, Irreversible Classical Dynamics, and Random Matrix Theory"
O. Agam, B. L. Altshuler, and A. V. Andreev, "Spectral Statistics: From Disordered to Chaotic Systems"
Z. Tesanovic and A. V. Andreev, "Thermodynamic scaling functions in the critical region of type-II superconductors"
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