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Bartlomiej Spisak

Biography

Bartlomiej (Bartek) Spisak received Ph. D. degree in Theory of Solid States (2003) and D.Sc. degree in Solid State Physics (2014) both from AGH University Science and Technology, Krakow, Poland. He is currently an Associate Professor with the Faculty of Physics and Applied Computer Science at AGH University Science and Technology University. In general his research involves the theory of electron transport and localisation phenomena in nanostructures and bulk systems, but current research topics include: phase-space formulation of quantum mechanics, Koopmann-von Neumann approach, decoherence and dissipation and electron transport in semiconductor nanowires.

Wigner-specific research

M. Woloszyn, B. J. Spisak, “Dissipative transport of thermalized electrons through a nanodevice”, Phys. Rev. B 96 (2017) 075440,

U. Kaczor, B. Klimas, D. Szydlowski, M. Woloszyn, B. J. Spisak, “Phase-space description of the coherent state dynamics in a small one-dimensional system”, Open Phys. 14 (2016) 354,

B. J. Spisak , M. Woloszyn, D. Szydlowski, “Dynamical localisation of conduction electrons in one-dimensional disordered systems”, J. Comput. Electron. 14 (2015) 916,

B. J. Spisak, “Transport Properties and localisation of one-electron states in systems with disturbed translational symmetry”, (2013) - Habilitation thesis (in Polish),

D. Szydlowski, M. Woloszyn, B. J. Spisak, “Phase-space description of wave packet approach to electronic transport in nanoscale systems”, Semicond. Sci. Technol. 28 (2013) 105022,

P. Wójcik, J. Adamowski, M. Wołoszyn, B. J. Spisak, “Spin filter effect at room temperature in GaN/GaMnN ferromagnetic resonant tunnelling diode”, Appl. Phys. Lett. 102 (2013) 242411,

P. Wojcik, J. Adamowski, M. Wołoszyn, B. J. Spisak, “Intrinsic oscillations of spin current polarization in a paramagnetic resonant tunneling diode”, Phys. Rev. B 86 (2012) 165318,

P. Wojcik, B. J. Spisak, M. Wołoszyn and J. Adamowski, “Hysteresis loops of spin-dependent electronic current in a paramagnetic resonant tunnelling diode”, Semicond. Sci. Technol. 27 (2012) 115004,

P. Wojcik, B. J. Spisak, M. Woloszyn, J. Adamowski, “Tuning of terahertz intrinsic oscillations in asymmetric triple-barrier resonant tunneling diodes”, J. Appl. Phys. 111 (2012) 124310,

P. Wojcik, B. J. Spisak, M. Woloszyn, J. Adamowski, “Intrinsic current oscillations in an asymmetric triple-barrier resonant tunnelling diode”, Semicond. Sci. Technol. 25 (2010) 125012,

B. J. Spisak, M. Woloszyn, P. Wojcik, G.J. Morgan, “Wigner distribution function description of a multilayered nanostructure with magnetic impurities”, J. Phys.: Conf. Ser. 193 (2009) 012130,

P. Wojcik, B. J. Spisak, M. Woloszyn, J. Adamowski, “Self-consistent Wigner distribution function study of gate-voltage controlled triple-barrier resonant tunnelling diode”, Semicond. Sci. Technol. 24 (2009) 095012,

B. J. Spisak, M. Woloszyn, “Nonclassical properties of electronic states of aperiodic chains in a homogeneous electric field”, Phys. Rev. B 80 (2009) 035127,

B. J. Spisak, A. Paja, G.J. Morgan “Influence of spin–orbit interaction on the electrical conductivity of three-dimensional disordered systems”, phys. stat. sol. (b) 242 (2005) 1460,

B.J. Spisak, A. Paja, “New Approach to the Spin-Orbit Scattering of Electrons in Disordered Metallic Systems”, Proceedings of the 7th International School on Theoretical Physics, World Scientific, New Jersey-London-Hong Kong-Singapore 2003,

B. J. Spisak ,,Influence of the spin-­orbit scattering on the electrical conductivity of disordered systems“ - PhD thesis (in Polish).

Affiliation(s)

  • Assistant Professor, AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland

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