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812 Oct 2012
Dresden, Germany
Registration deadline
Jul 31, 2012
W. Belzig, M. Devoret, Y.V. Nazarov
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Katrin Lantsch
Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems
Nöthnitzer Str. 38


International Workshop on Quantum Noise and Measurement in Engineered Electronic Systems

The aim to manipulate, control, and measure electronic devices at the single quantum level has shaped the last decade in mesoscopic physics. The measurement procedure itself, as well as the effect of a dissipative environment, are intrinsically quantum in these systems, which poses a challenge to experimentalists as well as theorists. These problems are common for the full counting statistics of electrons passing in a nanodevice, fluctuations and amplification in quantum-limited complex circuits, and the next-generation qubit schemes. The workshop strives to achieve the synergy of these research fields at the level of theory and experiment.