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Confinement-deconfinement transitions of two-dimensional Dirac particles

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Spectral Theory of Relativistic Operators

It is well known that , as opposed to the non-relativistic case, particles described by the Dirac operator can not be confined through electric potential walls. However, one can produce a strongly confined system by adding a magnetic field growing at infinity. In this talk I will present some results describing confinement-deconfinement transitions of two-dimensional Dirac particles obtained by modulating the electro-magnetic field at infinity.

This is joint work with Josef Mehringer.

This talk is part of the Isaac Newton Institute Seminar Series series.

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