One-Dimensional Potential Escape Properties at Zero and Very Low Temperatures
Lunedi 16 dicembre 2019, alle ore 12.30 in Aula 2G26
il Prof. Matteo Cirillo, Dipartimento di Fisica and MINAS-Lab Università di Roma "Tor Vergata", terrà un seminario sull'argomento:
"One-Dimensional Potential Escape Properties at Zero and Very Low Temperatures"
The dynamics of the escape out the one-dimensional Josephson potential is investigated systematically in zero and nonzero temperature conditions. The features of the potential are traced through statistical escape out of its wells whose depths are tuned in time by a forcing term. The process is carried out on the RCSJ model equations imposing specific initial conditions on the potential variable. While for relatively high values of the dissipation the statistical properties follow a behavior that can be derived from the standard Kramers model, decreasing the dissipation we observe responses/deviations which have regular dependencies on initial conditions, temperature, and loss parameter itself. It is shown that failures of the thermal activation model are originated at low temperatures, and very low dissipation, by the initial conditions and intrinsic, namely T=0, characteristic oscillations of the potential-generated dynamical equation.