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Ninth Lecture Quantum Transport

is one of my favourite. It is about quantum dots, and it goes through all aspects of those: we discuss definition, levels, persistent currents, the many-electron states, talk about transport concentrating on resonant tunneling, and go to chaos and Wigner-Dyson distribution.

This time I did not manage to reserve enough time for the last topic, it had to go fast. I had to took three minutes after the lecture to finish my favourite illustration of spectral rigidity of Wigner-Dyson distribution that involves barbed wire and German shepherds.

Apparently got too excited with the story: I’ve forgotten my laptop charger in the lecture room an could not recover it afterwards.

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