Mgr. Vladislav Pokorný, Ph.D.
- Molecular electronics - density-functional theory and transport calculations of nanoscopic junctions formed by single molecules connected to metallic leads
- Superconducting quantum dots - correlation effects in single-level quantum dots formed by carbon nanotubes or semiconducting nanowires connected to superconducting electrodes
- Strongly correlated electrons - dynamical mean-field theory for Hubbard-like models
Josephson-phase-controlled interplay between correlation effects and electron pairing in a three-terminal nanostructure
Spin-symmetric solution of an interacting quantum dot attached to superconducting leads: Andreev states and the 0-π transition
Perturbation theory for an Anderson quantum dot asymmetrically attached to two superconducting leads