Wykaz publikacji wybranego autora

Janusz Adamowski, prof. dr hab.

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Wydział Fizyki i Informatyki Stosowanej
WFiIS-kis, Katedra Informatyki Stosowanej i Fizyki Komputerowej


[poprzednia klasyfikacja] obszar nauk ścisłych / dziedzina nauk fizycznych / fizyka


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ORCID: 0000-0001-7216-4061

ResearcherID: C-2225-2013

Scopus: 7006409309

PBN: 900701

OPI Nauka Polska

System Informacyjny AGH (SkOs)




Opisy publikacji wcześniejszych zobacz: bpp.agh.edu.pl/old.


Liczba pozycji spełniających powyższe kryteria selekcji: 75, z ogólnej liczby 75 publikacji Autora


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  • Accuracy of the Hartree-Fock method for Wigner molecules at high magnetic fields
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  • Anisotropic quantum dots: correspondence between quantum and classical Wigner molecules, parity symmetry, and broken-symmetry states
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  • Application of non-classical distribution function to transport properties of semiconductor nanodevices
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  • Artificial molecules in coupled and single quantum dots
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  • A classical model for the magnetic field-induced Wigner crystallization in quantum dots
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  • A numerical solution of the Poisson-Schrödinger problem for a vertical gated quantum dot
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  • Broken one-particle symmetry in few-electron coupled quantum dots
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  • Computer simulations of electron transport through a nanowire quantum dot
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  • Computer simulation of the working cycle of a quantum controlled-NOT gate with two coupled quantum dots
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  • Configuration energy analysis of $\beta$-$Mg_{2}Al_{3}$ cluster structure
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  • Configuration energy analysis of $\beta$-${Mg_{2}Al_{3}}$ cluster structure
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  • Configuration interaction study of the single-electron transport in the vertical gated quantum dot
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  • Controlled exchange interaction for quantum logic operations with spin qubits in coupled quantum dots
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  • Correlation effects in vertical gated quantum dots
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  • Correlation in two-electron systems in coupled quantum dots
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  • Coulomb-interaction driven anomaly in the Stark effect for an exciton in vertically coupled quantum dots
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  • Effective interaction for charge carriers confined in quasi-one-dimensional nanostructures
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  • Effect of a double constriction on the magnetotransport properties of semiconductor nanowires
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  • Effect of confinement potential shape on exchange interaction in coupled quantum dots
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  • Effect of inter- and intra-subband spin-orbit interactions on the operation of a spin transistor with a double quantum well structure
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  • Effect of the repulsive core on the exciton spectrum in a quantum ring
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  • Electrically controlled spin-transistor operation in a helical magnetic field
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  • Electric- and magnetic-field-induced evolution of transport windows in a vertical quantum dot