His primary scientific interests are in Condensed matter physics, Scattering, Quantum mechanics, Scattering theory and Conductor. His Condensed matter physics research includes elements of Inelastic scattering, Magnetic field and Admittance. Markus Büttiker has researched Scattering in several fields, including Flux, Matrix, Shot noise, Hall effect and Dissipation.
His study in the field of Mesoscopic physics, Adiabatic process, Distribution function and Rectification is also linked to topics like Sum rule in quantum mechanics. Markus Büttiker focuses mostly in the field of Mesoscopic physics, narrowing it down to topics relating to Quantum entanglement and, in certain cases, Dephasing. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Electrical conductor and Electric potential.
Markus Büttiker mainly investigates Condensed matter physics, Quantum mechanics, Mesoscopic physics, Quantum and Electron. His research integrates issues of Scattering, Charge, Electrical conductor, Magnetic field and Conductor in his study of Condensed matter physics. In his study, Hall effect is inextricably linked to Quantum Hall effect, which falls within the broad field of Scattering.
His Magnetic field research integrates issues from Conductance and Asymmetry. Quantum noise is closely connected to Shot noise in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Mesoscopic physics. His Electron study incorporates themes from Persistent current, Computational physics, Relaxation and Atomic physics.
His primary areas of investigation include Quantum mechanics, Electron, Condensed matter physics, Quantum and Mesoscopic physics. His work carried out in the field of Electron brings together such families of science as Computational physics, Common emitter, Capacitor, Amplitude and Atomic physics. His studies deal with areas such as Quantum point contact, Magnetic field, Thermoelectric effect and Voltage as well as Condensed matter physics.
His Magnetic field research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Conductance, Electrical conductor and Conductor. His Quantum research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Scattering and Coherence. He has researched Mesoscopic physics in several fields, including Statistical physics and Thermodynamics.
Markus Büttiker focuses on Quantum mechanics, Electron, Condensed matter physics, Charge and Heat engine. He combines subjects such as Hamiltonian system and Homogeneous space with his study of Quantum mechanics. His Electron research includes elements of Laser, Quantum, Computational physics and Scattering theory.
In the subject of general Condensed matter physics, his work in Topological insulator is often linked to Mercury telluride, thereby combining diverse domains of study. He interconnects Renewal theory, Statistical physics, Quantum tunnelling and Atomic physics in the investigation of issues within Charge. As a part of the same scientific study, Markus Büttiker usually deals with the Heat engine, concentrating on Optoelectronics and frequently concerns with Work, Microwave cavity, Electrical conductor and Carnot cycle.
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Four-terminal phase-coherent conductance.
Physical Review Letters (1986)
Generalized many-channel conductance formula with application to small rings.
M. Büttiker;Y. Imry;R. Landauer;S. Pinhas.
Physical Review B (1985)
Shot noise in mesoscopic conductors
Ya.M. Blanter;M. Büttiker.
Physics Reports (2000)
Absence of backscattering in the quantum Hall effect in multiprobe conductors
Physical Review B (1988)
Josephson behavior in small normal one-dimensional rings
M. Büttiker;Y. Imry;R. Landauer.
Physics Letters A (1983)
Traversal Time for Tunneling
Markus Buttiker;R. Landauer.
Physical Review Letters (1982)
Symmetry of electrical conduction
Ibm Journal of Research and Development (1988)
Scattering theory of current and intensity noise correlations in conductors and wave guides.
Physical Review B (1992)
Scattering theory of thermal and excess noise in open conductors.
Physical Review Letters (1990)
Attosecond Ionization and Tunneling Delay Time Measurements in Helium
P. Eckle;A. N. Pfeiffer;C. Cirelli;A. Staudte.
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