Laurent BRUNEAU








Publications:


       

        Papers in reviewed journals - Articles dans des revues à comité de lecture   
      

  1. L. Bruneau, S. De Bièvre, "A Hamiltonian model for linear friction in a homogeneous medium", Comm. Math. Phys. 229, 511-542 (2002).

  2. L. Bruneau, J. Derezinski, "Pauli-Fierz Hamiltonians defined as quadratic forms",  Reports on Math. Phys. 54, 169-199 (2004).

  3. L. Bruneau, A. Joye, M. Merkli, "Asymptotics of repeated interaction quantum systems",  J. Func. Anal. 239, 310-344 (2006).

  4. L. Bruneau, "Ground state for a quantum Hamiltonian model describing friction", Canadian Journal of Maths. 59, vol 5, 897-916 (2007).

  5. L. Bruneau, J. Derezinski, "Bogoliubov Hamiltonians and one-parameter groups of Bogoliubov transformations",  J. Math. Phys. 48, vol 2 (2007).

  6. L. Bruneau, F. Germinet, "On the singularity of random matrices with independent entries", Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 137, vol 3, 787-792 (2009).

  7. L. Bruneau, A. Joye, M. Merkli, "Random repeated interaction quantum systems", Comm. Math. Phys. 284, 553-581 (2008).

  8. L. Bruneau, A. Joye, M. Merkli, "Infinite products of random matrices and repeated interaction dynamics", Ann. Inst. Henri Poincaré Probab. Stat., 46, vol 2, 442-464 (2010).

  9. L. Bruneau, C.-A. Pillet, "Thermal relaxation of a QED cavity", J. Stat. Phys. 134, vol 5-6, 1071-1095 (2009).

  10. L. Bruneau, A. Joye, M. Merkli, "Repeated and continuous interactions in open quantum systems", Annales Henri Poincaré 10, vol 7, 1251-1284 (2010).  

  11. L. Bruneau, J. Derezinski, V. Georgescu, "Homogeneous Shrödinger operators on half-line", Annales Henri Poincaré 12, vol 3, 547-590 (2011).

  12. L. Bruneau, S. De Bièvre, C.-A. Pillet, "Scattering induced current in a tight-binding band", J. Math. Phys. 52, 022109 (2011).

  13. L. Bruneau, V. Jaksic, C.-A. Pillet, "Landauer-Büttiker formula and Schödinger conjecture", Comm. Math. Phys. 319, issue 2, 501-513 (2013).

  14. L. Bruneau, A. Joye, M. Merkli, "Repeated interactions in open quantum systems", J. Math. Phys. 55, 075204 (2014).

  15. L. Bruneau, "Mixing properties of the one-atom maser", J. Stat. Phys. 155, vol 5, 888-908 (2014).

  16. L. Bruneau, V. Jaksic, Y. Last, C.-A. Pillet, "Landauer-Büttiker and Thouless conductance", Comm. Math. Phys. 338, issue 1, 347-366 (2015).

  17. L. Bruneau, V. Jaksic, Y. Last, C.-A. Pillet, "Conductance and absolutely continuous spectrum of 1D samples", Comm. Math. Phys. 344, issue 3, 959-981 (2016).

  18. L. Bruneau, V. Jaksic, Y. Last, C.-A. Pillet, "Crystalline conductance and absolutely continuous spectrum of 1D samples", Lett. Math. Phys.  106, vol 6, 787-797 (2016).

 

        Notes and proceedings

  1. L. Bruneau, "The ground state problem for a quantum Hamiltonian describing friction", C.R. Acad. Sci. Paris., Ser I 339, 151-156 (2004).

  2. L. Bruneau, "Repeated interaction quantum systems", Proceedings of the IRS conference 2007, Markov Process. Related Fields. 14, vol 3, 345-364 (2008).

  3. L. Bruneau, V. Jaksic, Y. Last, C.-A. Pillet, ''What is AC spectrum ?'', arXiv 1602.01893. Expanded version of a contribution to the Proceedings of ICMP 2015.



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        Habilitation thesis Etude mathématique de quelques systèmes quantiques ouverts. Résumé
        My PhD Modèle Hamiltonien pour le frottement linéaire en milieu homogène. Résumé


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