Effektive Behandlung der Coulomb-Streueffekte in der Vielteilchentheorie optisch angeregter Halbleiter

Eine wesentliche Herausforderung im Streben nach einem detaillierten Verständnis der optoelektronischen Eigenschaften von Halbleitern besteht in der Analyse des durch Coulomb-Wechselwirkung korrelierten Vielteilchensystems der Ladungsträger im Material. Dieses Vielteilchensystem wird geprägt durch...

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