Quantum Transport in Mesoscopic Systems
Sánchez, D.; Moskalets, M.
Entropy 22, 977 (1-4) (2020)
Mesoscopic physics has become a mature field. Its theoretical foundations and main models were established in the last two decades of the past century. Ever since, quantum transport techniques have served as an excellent tool to understand the intriguing properties of charge carriers in nanoscale conductors. However, in the last few years, the number of applications has grown so quickly that even experts find it difficult to stay updated with the recent advancements. The goal of the present special issue is to give a current snapshot of the field by means of a collection of review papers and research works that discuss the hottest theoretical questions and experimental results.