Peter Samuelsson

Research profile

I am leading the mesoscopic physics group working on theoretical problems in mesoscopic and nanoscale physics. My present activities are mainly focused on nanoscale quantum technology and quantum thermodynamics. Long standing research interests are

  • Quantum thermodynamics in mesoscopic and nanoscale systems.
  • Quantum transport in circuit Quantum Electro Dynamics systems.
  • Electronic entanglement, generation and detection in mesoscopic systems.
  • Current noise and statistics of transport fluctuations, Full Counting Statistics, 
  • Multiple Andreev Reflection and nonequilibrium effects in normal-superconducting systems

For more information on my research, please contact me directly.

Group members

  • Faraj Bakhshinezhad, Postdoc
  • Morten Munk, Postdoc, shared with M. Leijnse
  • Björn Annby-Andersson, PhD-student
  • Drilon Zenelaj, PhD-student

Teaching

During the semester 2020/2021 I am teaching

  • Basic Quantum Mechanics, FYSB2/ÄFYD13
  • Quantum Information, FAFN40/FYST30/FAF015F

Openings

Presently, we have no openings for PhD-students or postdocs.

Contact information

For contact information see Faculty staff pages.

Publications

A list of publications from year 2005 to present, in reverse chronological order, from Lund University research portal.

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