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Peter Samuelsson

Professor, Co-coordinator Nanoenergy

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Research:

Graph representing the research topics in the mesoscopic physics group

The research in the Mesoscopic Physics Group is focused around two main areas: Quantum Transport, the study of phase coherent electronic systems, and Quantum Thermodynamics, the study of heat and temperature in the quantum regime. Areas of particular interest to us are the role of noise and fluctuations as well as the interrelation to and the possible applications in quantum information technology. We currently investigate these questions by considering devices based on mesoscopic superconductivity as well as information driven engines which rely on measurement and feedback schemes.

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Portrait of Peter Samuelsson. Photo: Kennet Ruona
E-mail: peter [dot] samuelsson [at] teorfys [dot] lu [dot] se

Senior lecturer

Mathematical Physics

+46 46 222 90 78

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Mathematical Physics

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Senior lecturer

NanoLund

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News

06/2018 New Publication

Our recent work, where we show that fundamental limits on work extraction can be saturated in experiments, is now published in Quantum Science and Technology.

05/2018 - New Member

Timo Kerremans joined our group as a PhD student to work on fluctuations in quantum thermal machines. Welcome!

02/2018 - New Funding

Patrick Hofer obtained a Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellowship to investigate fluctuations in quantum thermal machines. Congratulations!

01/2018 - New Members

Patrick Hofer joined the group as a Postdoc to work on fluctuations in quantum thermal machines.
Björn Andersson joined the group as a Master Student to work on machines driven by information.