Magnetic transport along one-dimensional perturbations in the plane

Pavel Exner A Joye

TBD mathscidoc:1910.43436

, 177
We review several recent results concerning two-dimensional systems which exhibit a transport induced by a one-dimensional perturbation of a homogeneous magnetic field. The first concerns the local Iwatsuka model, where a charged particle interacts with a field which is homogeneous outside a finite strip and translationally invariant along it: we present two new sufficient conditions for absolute continuity of the spectrum and show that in most cases the number of open spectral gaps is finite. In the second model the perturbation is a periodic array of point obstacles. In this case the Landau levels remain to be infinitely degenerate eigenvalues, and between them the system has bands of absolutely continuous spectrum.
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@inproceedings{pavelmagnetic,
  title={MAGNETIC TRANSPORT ALONG ONE-DIMENSIONAL PERTURBATIONS IN THE PLANE},
  author={Pavel Exner, and A Joye},
  url={http://archive.ymsc.tsinghua.edu.cn/pacm_paperurl/20191020144844485212965},
  booktitle={  },
  pages={177},
}
Pavel Exner, and A Joye. MAGNETIC TRANSPORT ALONG ONE-DIMENSIONAL PERTURBATIONS IN THE PLANE. In . pp.177. http://archive.ymsc.tsinghua.edu.cn/pacm_paperurl/20191020144844485212965.
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