Mathematical Models for Transport in Macroscopic and Mesoscopic Systems
WIAS Berlin, February 07-10, 2008
Book of abstracts
List of registered participants.
On Friday, February 8, there will be a Conference Dinner, at WIAS. The Fee is 25EURO, to be paid at registration desk.
Organizing CommitteeHoria Cornean (Aalborg Universitet, Denmark)
Hagen Neidhardt (WIAS Berlin, Germany)
Paul Racec (WIAS Berlin, Germany)
Joachim Rehberg (WIAS Berlin, Germany)
- Mathematical Models for Transport in Macroscopic and Mesoscopic Systems, Bucharest, Romania, January 29 - February 1, 2005
- Quantum Transport and Excitations from Macro to Nanoscale, Aalborg, Denmark, November 11-13, 2005
- Aspects mathematiques du transport dans les systemes mesoscopiques, Marseille, France, December 18-20, 2006
The goal of the workshop is to give the opportunity to interchange ideas about modeling of charge transport in semiconductor devices. The workshop shall bring together specialists working in different fields.
The charge transport theory can be described within the non-equilibrium steady state theory (NESS) which has become a relevant research area studied by many physicists in the last years.
On the other hand, on the modeling of semiconductor devices are also working specialists coming from description of bulk semiconductors.
The goal of the workshop is to promote communication between both groups of researchers, studying same physical problems, in order to achieve significant progress in the modeling of transport phenomena in semiconductor mesoscopic systems.
Pierre Duclos(Marseille, France)
Pavel Exner (Prague, Czech Republic)
Vidar Gudmundsson (Reykjavik, Iceland)
Valeriu Moldoveanu (Bucharest, Romania)
Gheorghe Nenciu (Bucharest, Romania)
Roxana Racec (Cottbus, Germany)
Ulrich Wulf (Cottbus, Germany)
Anton Arnold (Vienna, Austria)
Francois Castella (Rennes, France)
Thierry Goudon (Lille, France)
Ansgar Jüngel (Vienna, Austria)
Florian Mehats (Rennes, France)
Francis Nier (Rennes, France)
Valentin Zagrebnov ( Marseille, France)
- modeling of semiconductor devices
- drift-diffusion models for semiconductors
- quantum corrected drift-diffusion models
- hybrid models
- NESS: non-equilibrium steady states and semiconductor devices
- Landauer-Büttiker formula
- entropy production
- linear response theory
- Green-Kubo formula and Onsager reciprocity relations
- open quantum systems: coupling to reservoirs
The workshop will take place
Erhard-Schmidt lecture room
WIAS, Mohrenstr. 39, 10117 Berlin, Germany.
The lecture room is equipped with a blackboard, two overhead projectors, and a beamer with a laptop (Windows system).
AccommodationAccommodation facilities are in the guest house of the Humboldt University of Berlin. For the guesthouse we made a block reservation.
- A detailed description how to get to the WIAS you find here.
- A detailed description how to get to the guesthouse of the HU Berlin is here.
Deadline: December 1, 2007
Dr. H. Neidhardt
WIAS, Mohrenstr. 39, 10117 Berlin, Germany
tel: +49-30-20 372 511
fax: +49-30-2044 975
Last modified: Tue Feb 5 15:00:00 CET 2008 Paul Racec