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Second Lecture Quantum Transport

has taken place today. I was having a light flu. Surprisingly, it was rather helpful. I was giving the lecture slowly, frequently repeating myself, and was not afraid to (re)state obvious. The material, at least in the first half of the lecture, did give an opportunity for this: it fact, it was a repetition of scattering matrix stuff in a bit general framework of multi-terminal scattering. I think the audience liked the tempo, there was a feedback, questions, even a minor mistake corrected during the break.

After the break it got tougher. The material was more challenging. Yet it was sufficiently fascinating/familiar to keep the attention of the audience. I had to be concise in two places to keep up the time. Yet to summarize it was not a bad lecture, pretty much in equlibrium

A bit worried about next lecture that really has lots of new concepts and requires attention of audience and my diligence as well. Hope I’ll recuperate by this time.

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Equilibrium means first half was good and second one not up to the mark. Right?

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