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A microscopic model for Josephson currents
J. Lauwers,A. Verbeure
Physics , 2003, DOI: 10.1088/0305-4470/37/11/003
Abstract: A microscopic model of a Josephson junction between two superconducting plates is proposed and analysed. For this model, the nonequilibrium steady state of the total system is explicitly constructed and its properties are analysed. In particular, the Josephson current is rigorously computed as a function of the phase difference of the two plates and the typical properties of the Josephson current are recovered.
Fluctuations in the Bose Gas with Attractive Boundary Conditions
J. Lauwers,A. Verbeure
Physics , 2001,
Abstract: In this paper limiting distribution functions of field and density fluctuations are explicitly and rigorously computed for the different phases of the Bose gas. Several Gaussian and non-Gaussian distribution functions are obtained and the dependence on boundary conditions is explicitly derived. The model under consideration is the free Bose gas subjected to attractive boundary conditions, such boundary conditions yield a gap in the spectrum. The presence of a spectral gap and the method of the coupled thermodynamic limits are the new aspects of this work, leading to new scaling exponents and new fluctuation distribution functions.
Proof of Bose-Einstein Condensation for Interacting Gases with a One-Particle Spectral Gap
J. Lauwers,A. Verbeure,V. A. Zagrebnov
Mathematics , 2002, DOI: 10.1088/0305-4470/36/11/102
Abstract: Using a specially tuned mean-field Bose gas as a reference system, we establish a positive lower bound on the condensate density for continuous Bose systems with superstable two-body interactions and a finite gap in the one-particle excitations spectrum, i.e. we prove for the first time standard homogeneous Bose-Einstein condensation for such interacting systems.
Bose-Einstein Condensation for Homogeneous Interacting Systems with a One-Particle Spectral Gap
J. Lauwers,A. Verbeure,V. A. Zagrebnov
Statistics , 2003,
Abstract: We prove rigorously the occurrence of zero-mode Bose-Einstein condensation for a class of continuous homogeneous systems of boson particles with superstable interactions. This is the first example of a translation invariant continuous Bose-system, where the existence of the Bose-Einstein condensation is proved rigorously for the case of non-trivial two-body particle interactions, provided there is a large enough one-particle excitations spectral gap. The idea of proof consists of comparing the system with specially tuned soluble models.
BEC for a Coupled Two-type Hard Core Bosons Model
Joris Lauwers,Andre Verbeure
Physics , 2000, DOI: 10.1016/S0378-4371(00)00614-2
Abstract: We study a solvable model of two types hard core Bose particles. A complete analysis is given of its equilibrium states including the proof of existence of Bose-Einstein condensation. The plasmon frequencies and the quantum normal modes corresponding to these frequencies are rigorously constructed. In particular we show a two-fold degeneracy of these frequencies. We show that all this results from spontaneous gauge symmetry breakdown.
Metastability in the BCS model
Joris Lauwers,Andre Verbeure
Physics , 2001, DOI: 10.1088/0305-4470/34/27/304
Abstract: We discuss metastable states in the mean-field version of the strong coupling BCS-model and study the evolution of a superconducting equilibrium state subjected to a dynamical semi-group with Lindblad generator in detailed balance w.r.t. another equilibrium state. The intermediate states are explicitly constructed and their stability properties are derived. The notion of metastability in this genuine quantum system, is expressed by means of energy-entropy balance inequalities and canonical coordinates of observables.
Une étude contrastive de se faire/hacerse + adjectif
Claude Duée,Peter Lauwers
Synergies Espagne , 2010,
Abstract: Le problème de l’équivalence de se faire/hacerse + adj. n’est pas nouveau. En réalité ce sont de faux-amis. Dans cet article, nous voudrions esquisser à la fois les convergences et les divergences de ces deux verbes sur la base d’une analyse quantitative et qualitative de corpus espagnol et fran ais et d’un point de vue sémantique/lexical sur laquelle vient se greffer une étude morphosyntaxique.
Advanced CMOS device technologies for 45 nm node and below
A. Veloso, T. Hoffmann, A. Lauwers, H. Yu, S. Severi, E. Augendre, S. Kubicek, P. Verheyen, N. Collaert, P. Absil, M. Jurczak and S. Biesemans
Science and Technology of Advanced Materials , 2007,
Abstract: We review and discuss the latest developments and technology options for 45 nm node and below, with scaled planar bulk MOSFETs and MuGFETs as emerging devices. One of the main metal gate (MG) candidates for scaled CMOS technologies are fully silicided (FUSI) gates. In this work, by means of a selective and controlled poly etch-back integration process, dual work-function Ni-based FUSI/HfSiON CMOS circuits with record ring oscillator performance (high-VT) are reported (17 ps at VDD=1.1 V and 20 pA/μm Ioff), meeting the ITRS 45 nm node requirement for low-power (LP) CMOS. Compatibility of FUSI and other MG with known stress boosters like stressed CESL (contact-etch-stop-layer with high intrinsic stress) or embedded SiGe in the pMOS S/D regions is validated. To obtain MuGFET devices that are competitive, as compared to conventional planar bulk devices, and that meet the stringent drive and leakage current requirements for the 32 nm node and beyond, higher channel mobilities are required. Results obtained by several strain engineering methods are presented here.
Synaptic Mitochondria in Synaptic Transmission and Organization of Vesicle Pools in Health and Disease
Melissa Vos,Elsa Lauwers,Patrik Verstreken
Frontiers in Synaptic Neuroscience , 2010, DOI: 10.3389/fnsyn.2010.00139
Abstract: Cell types rich in mitochondria, including neurons, display a high energy demand and a need for calcium buffering. The importance of mitochondria for proper neuronal function is stressed by the occurrence of neurological defects in patients suffering from a great variety of diseases caused by mutations in mitochondrial genes. Genetic and pharmacological evidence also reveal a role of these organelles in various aspects of neuronal physiology and in the pathogenesis of neurodegenerative disorders. Yet the mechanisms by which mitochondria can affect neurotransmission largely remain to be elucidated. In this review we focus on experimental data that suggest a critical function of synaptic mitochondria in the function and organization of synaptic vesicle pools, and in neurotransmitter release during intense neuronal activity. We discuss how calcium handling, ATP production and other mitochondrial mechanisms may influence synaptic vesicle pool organization and synaptic function. Given the link between synaptic mitochondrial function and neuronal communication, efforts toward better understanding mitochondrial biology may lead to novel therapeutic approaches of neurological disorders including Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and psychiatric disorders that are at least in part caused by mitochondrial deficits.
Lack of Association between Measles Virus Vaccine and Autism with Enteropathy: A Case-Control Study
Mady Hornig, Thomas Briese, Timothy Buie, Margaret L. Bauman, Gregory Lauwers, Ulrike Siemetzki, Kimberly Hummel, Paul A. Rota, William J. Bellini, John J. O'Leary, Orla Sheils, Errol Alden, Larry Pickering, W. Ian Lipkin
PLOS ONE , 2008, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0003140
Abstract: Background The presence of measles virus (MV) RNA in bowel tissue from children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and gastrointestinal (GI) disturbances was reported in 1998. Subsequent investigations found no associations between MV exposure and ASD but did not test for the presence of MV RNA in bowel or focus on children with ASD and GI disturbances. Failure to replicate the original study design may contribute to continued public concern with respect to the safety of the measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccine. Methodology/Principal Findings The objective of this case-control study was to determine whether children with GI disturbances and autism are more likely than children with GI disturbances alone to have MV RNA and/or inflammation in bowel tissues and if autism and/or GI episode onset relate temporally to receipt of MMR. The sample was an age-matched group of US children undergoing clinically-indicated ileocolonoscopy. Ileal and cecal tissues from 25 children with autism and GI disturbances and 13 children with GI disturbances alone (controls) were evaluated by real-time reverse transcription (RT)-PCR for presence of MV RNA in three laboratories blinded to diagnosis, including one wherein the original findings suggesting a link between MV and ASD were reported. The temporal order of onset of GI episodes and autism relative to timing of MMR administration was examined. We found no differences between case and control groups in the presence of MV RNA in ileum and cecum. Results were consistent across the three laboratory sites. GI symptom and autism onset were unrelated to MMR timing. Eighty-eight percent of ASD cases had behavioral regression. Conclusions/Significance This study provides strong evidence against association of autism with persistent MV RNA in the GI tract or MMR exposure. Autism with GI disturbances is associated with elevated rates of regression in language or other skills and may represent an endophenotype distinct from other ASD.
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