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Exact results in the Random Matrix Theory approach to the theory of chaotic cavities

Random Matrix Theory and Its Applications I September 13, 2010 - September 17, 2010

September 13, 2010 (11:40AM PDT - 12:20PM PDT)
Speaker(s): Francesco Mezzadri
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Abstract Random Matrix Theory has been used extensively to compute physical quantities related to charge fluctuations in the scattering of a particle through a chaotic cavity. In this talk we will present some results concerning the conductance, shot notice and the Wigner time delay. Our computations involve all the three symmetry classes (beta=1,2 and 4) and are exact for arbitrary number of open channels (finite matrix dimension).
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