Dr. Victor Barsan
My research interests cover mainly quantum wells and quantum dots; I developed several approximate analytical approaches, giving the bound state energies in such systems, with applications in optical properties of nanoscopic systems. I am also interested in the new class of transcendental functions providing exact solutions of quantum mechanical eigenvalue equations, for instance generalized Lambert functions, and their applications in quantum mechanics, statistical physics, magnetism, etc.
- V. Barsan, The Luttinger model with a finite-range potential, J.Phys.Cond.Matter vol. 1, 7961 (1989).
- V. Barsan, Exact thermodynamics of a planar array of Ginzburg-Landau chains with nn and nnn interaction, Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 20, 019701 (2008).
- V. Barsan, A two-parameter generalization of the complete elliptic integral of second kind, The Ramanujan Journal 20, 153 (2009).
- V. Barsan, The quartic oscillator in an external field and the statistical physics of highly anisotropic solids, Philos.Mag. 91, 477 (2011).
- V. Barsan, Simple and accurate approximants of inverse Brillouinfunctions, J. Magn. Magn. Mater. 473, 399 (2019).