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2013

Waltner, Daniel and Gnutzmann, Sven and Tanner, Gregor and Richter, Klaus (2013) Subdeterminant approach for pseudo-orbit expansions of spectral determinants in quantum maps and quantum graphs. Physical Review E (PRE) 87 (5), 052919.
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2012

Waltner, Daniel and Kuipers, Jack and Jacquod, Philippe and Richter, Klaus (2012) Conductance fluctuations in chaotic systems with tunnel barriers. Physical Review B (PRB) 85 (2), 024302.
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Waltner, Daniel (2012) Semiclassical Approach to Mesoscopic Systems. Springer Tracts in Modern Physics, 245. Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg. ISBN 978-3-642-24527-5. Fulltext not available.

2011

Waltner, Daniel (2011) Spin-Bahn Kopplung in mesoskopischer Physik: Ein semiklassischer Zugang. VDM-Verlag Dr. Müller, Saarbrücken. ISBN 9783639360240. Fulltext not available.

Kuipers, Jack and Engl, Thomas and Berkolaiko, Gregory and Petitjean, Cyril and Waltner, Daniel and Richter, Klaus (2011) Density of states of chaotic Andreev billiards. Physical Review B (PRB) 83, p. 195316. Fulltext restricted.
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Waltner, Daniel and Kuipers, Jack and Richter, Klaus (2011) Ehrenfest-time dependence of counting statistics for chaotic ballistic systems. Physical Review B (PRB) 83, p. 195315. Fulltext restricted.
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2010

Gutkin, Boris and Waltner, Daniel and Gutierrez, Martha and Kuipers, Jack and Richter, Klaus (2010) Quantum Corrections to Fidelity Decay in Chaotic Systems. Phys. Rev. E 81, 036222. Fulltext restricted.
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Kuipers, Jack and Waltner, Daniel and Petitjean, Cyril and Berkolaiko, Gregory and Richter, Klaus (2010) Semiclassical gaps in the density of states of chaotic Andreev billiards. Phys. Rev. Lett. 104, 027001. Fulltext restricted.
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Waltner, Daniel and Richter, Klaus (2010) Classical Correlations and Quantum Interference in Ballistic Conductors. Nonlinear Dynamics in Nanosystems.
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Waltner, Daniel and Kuipers, Jack (2010) Ehrenfest-time dependence of quantum transport corrections and spectral statistics. Physical Review E (PRE) 82, 066205.
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2009

Petitjean, Cyril and Waltner, Daniel and Kuipers, Jack and Adagideli, İnanc and Richter, Klaus (2009) Semiclassical approach to the ac conductance of chaotic cavities. Physical Review B 80, p. 115310. Fulltext not available.

Gutiérrez, Martha and Waltner, Daniel and Kuipers, J and Richter, Klaus (2009) Semiclassical theory for decay and fragmentation processes in chaotic quantum systems. Physical Review E 79, 046212. Fulltext not available.

Kuipers, Jack and Waltner, Daniel and Gutiérrez, Martha and Richter, Klaus (2009) The semiclassical continuity equation for open chaotic systems. Nonlinearity 22, pp. 1945-1964. Fulltext not available.

Waltner, Daniel and Heusler, S and Urbina, Juan Diego and Richter, Klaus (2009) The semiclassical origin of curvature effects in universal spectral statistics. Journal of Physics A, fast track communication 42, p. 292001. Fulltext not available.

2008

Goussev, Arseni and Waltner, Daniel and Richter, Klaus and Jalabert, R (2008) Loschmidt echo for local perturbations: non-monotonic cross-over from the Fermi-golden-rule to the escape-rate regime. New Journal of Physics 10, 093010. Fulltext not available.

Waltner, Daniel and Gutiérrez, Martha and Goussev, Arseni and Richter, Klaus (2008) Semiclassical Mechanism for the Quantum Decay in Open Chaotic Systems. Physical Review Letters 101, p. 174101. Fulltext not available.

2007

Bolte, J and Waltner, Daniel (2007) Semiclassical theory of ballistic transport through chaotic cavities with spin-orbit interaction. Physical Review B 76, 075330. Fulltext not available.

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