Giacomo Rebora

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Giacomo Rebora




Research activity

My PhD research is focused on Electron Quantum Optics, which has recently assumed a prominent role in the condensed matter community. It aims at generating, manipulating and detecting individual electronic wave-packets ballistically propagating in mesoscopic devices to realize electronic interferometers and ultimately flying qubits.
The aim of my research activity is to investigate the effects of electron-electron interaction, firstly, on the finite frequency noise generated by driven mesoscopic devices based on quantum Hall edge channels and topological insulators, both in the time and frequency domain, and then on the generation and control of non-classical radiation in mesoscopic devices.

Main publications

Collisional interferometry of Levitons in quantum Hall edge channels at \nu=2

G. Rebora, M.Acciai, D. Ferraro, M. Sassetti, Phys. Rev. B 101, 245310 (2020)

Electronic Wave-Packets in Integer Quantum Hall Edge Channels: Relaxation and Dissipative Effects

G. Rebora, D. Ferraro, R.H. Rodriguez, F.D. Parmentier, P. Roche, M. Sassetti, Entropy 23, 138 (2021)

Suppression of the radiation squeezing in interacting quantum Hall edge channels

G. Rebora, D. Ferraro, M. Sassetti, New J. Phys. 23, 063018 (2021)