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Nelson Studart Filhos holds a Ph.D. in Physics from USP (1979), with a postdoctoral degree from Harvard (1980-1982). He developed the academic career (1975-2013) at the Federal University of São Carlos (UFSCar). Since 2014, he is a Senior Visiting Professor at the Federal University of ABC. In the area of research in Physics, he carried out researches in Condensed Matter Physics (FMC) with emphasis on the study of optical and transport properties in electronic systems of reduced dimensionality, as a researcher fellow of CNPq (1983-2017). In the area of Physics Education, he performs translational research in which results of academic research are applied in the classroom, with the participation of fellow researchers and high school teachers. The new digital technologies and active methodologies with interest in games based learning and gamification processes are investigated. He participated in several evaluation processes of PNLD didactical books, as pedagogical coordinator and evaluator. He was editor of the Brazilian Journal of Physics Teaching (2000-2009) and is currently Associate Editor. Founder and current Editor of Physics at School. He is the Graduate Dean of the Brazilian Society of Physics, who coordinates the National Professional Master's Degree in Physics Teaching (PROFIS-CAPES) (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
The aim of the project is to studying the dynamical and many-body properties of confined electrons in one and two dimensions on the liquid helium surface. The coupled electron-ripplon-phonon spectrum will be determined for the electron chain from the solution of classical coupled equations of motion. The obtained spectrum is important for the experimental study of the liquid-solid trans...
This research proposal deals with the study of electronic properties of semiconductor nanostructures. In particular, we will investigate quantum Hall system, quantum transport of electrons and composite fermions in the mesoscopic regime, effects of strong AC fields on the transport, electronic strutucture and optical properties of quantum wells, quantum wires and quantum dots in the pre...
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Quantum dot (QD) structures exhibit features in transport or optical spectroscopy that indicate full three-dimensional confinement of carriers. Electrons and holes in the QD can occupy only a given set of states with discrete energies, as in an atom. QD's can thus be used to do "atomic physics" experiments in the solid state. The advantage of a QD is that it provides a different energy ...
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