Nonlinear Superconductive Electronics and Josephson Devices [electronic resource] / edited by G. Costabile, S. Pagano, S. Pedersen, M. Russo
- New York, NY : Springer US : Imprint: Springer, 1991.
- 1st ed. 1991.
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- XIII, 442 pages : online resource
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- Costabile, G., Pagano, S., Pedersen, S., Russo, M., and SpringerLink (Online service)
- Progress on Josephson Computer -- Cooperative Operation of Large Josephson Series Arrays Fabricated Using the Nb/A1203/Nb Technology -- Experiments on Josephson Junctions Driven by a Bi-Harmonic RF Source -- Cooperative External Synchronization in Josephson Series Arrays for the Cryogenic Voltage Standard -- The Superconductor Insulator Superconductor Mixer Receiver - A Review -- A 75-110 GHz SIS Mixer with Integrated Tuning and Coupled Gain -- Low Noise DC-SQUIDs for the 1990s -- Operation of Thin Film DC-SQUIDs made of High-Tc Superconductors -- Characterization of RF-SQUIDs Fabricated from Epitaxial YBa2Cu307 Films -- Superconductive Analog Electronics for Signal Processing Applications -- Superconducting Tunnel Junctions as Nuclear Particle Detectors -- Effect of Losses on the Output Voltage of a Flux-Flow Type Josephson Oscillator -- Thin Film Surface Resistance Measurements for Superconducting Cavity Applications -- Noise in Superconducting Josephson Junctions -- Switching Dynamics of Josephson Junctions in the Presence of Noise -- Correlated Single Electron Tunneling in Ultrasmali Junctions -- Cooper Pair Transport in Systems of Ultrasmali Josephson Junctions -- Dynamical Simulations of Josephson Junctions Using Schrodinger's Equation with Dissipation -- Phase Locking of Fluxon Oscillations in Long Josephson Junctions -- Different Microwave Couplings to Long Josephson Junctions Phase Locked at a Zero Field Step -- Small Josephson Junctions Strongly Coupled to Microstrip Resonators -- Josephson Transmission Lines Coupling -- Phase-Locking in Series Arrays of Josephson Junctions -- Solitons in Long Josephson Junctions with Inhomogeneities -- Fluxon Dynamics in Single and Coupled Long Josephson Junctions with Inhomogeneities -- Imaging of Spatial Structures of Fiske- and Shapiro-Step States and Photon-Assisted Tunneling States in Josephson Junctions -- Critical Current in Long Josephson Junctions: A Phase Space Approach -- Magnetic Tuning of Plasma Oscillations in Long Josephson Junctions -- Soft and Hard Turbulence in Long RF-Biased Josephson Junctions -- Application of the Backlund-Transformation in the Sine-Gordon System -- Dynamics of Vortices Motion in Granular High Tc Thin Film Bridges -- Bifurcations and Nonlinear Properties of the BCS Gap Equation.
- The on-going developments, and the recent achievements of the superconducting electronics (especially in the field of Josephson junctions and the inherent nonlinear dynamics) inspired us to organize a conference where different groups working on the subject could meet and discuss the latest results of their investigations. This idea was realized as two joint workshops, the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Superconducting Electronics with Prof. N.F. Pedersen as chairman, and the 2nd Workshop on Josephson Devices, with Profs. G. Costabile and M. Russo as chairmen, held in Capri, Italy on September 3-7, 1990. The Workshops were very successful. About 70 scientists from 12 countries (Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Japan, People's Republic of China, Sweden, United Kingdom, USA, USSR, and Venezuela) enjoyed the many interesting and mostly informal occasions for scientific exchanges as well as the very pleasant weather of Southern Italy. We are very grateful to the Institutions which made possible the realization and the success of the conference with their financial support : NATO Science Committee through the NATO International Scientific Exchange Programmes, University of Salerno, and Istituto di Cibernetica of the Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (C.N.R.) of Italy. The conference was held under the auspices of the Progetto Finalizzato "Superconductive and Cryogenic Technologies" of C.N.R. Finally special thanks go to our Conference Secretary Anna Maria Mazzarella for carrying out most of the organizative work, and for her continuous "on stage" support in solving all the problems which inevitably arise in such occasions.
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