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    • Boundary element method for optical force calibration in microfluidic dual-beam optical trap 

      Solmaz, Mehmet E.; Çetin, Barbaros; Baranoglu, B.; Serhatloglu, Murat; Bıyıklı, Necmi (SPIE, 2015)
      The potential use of optical forces in microfluidic environment enables highly selective bio-particle manipulation. Manipulation could be accomplished via trapping or pushing a particle due to optical field. Empirical ...
    • Collective modes in a bilayer dipolar fermi gas and the dissipationless drag effect 

      Tanatar, Bilal (Springer, 2013)
      We consider the collective modes of a bilayer dipolar Fermi system in which the particles interact via long range (∼1/r 3) interaction. Assuming that each layer has a background flow which varies little and that the dynamics ...
    • Coulomb drag effect in parallel cylindrical quantum wires 

      Tanatar, Bilal (Pergamon Press, 1996)
      We study the Coulomb drag rate for electrons in two parallel quantum wires. The double-quantum wire structure is modeled for a GaAs material with cylindrical wires having infinite potential barriers. The momentum transfer ...
    • Drag effect in double-layer dipolar fermi gases 

      Tanatar, Bilal; Renklioğlu, Başak; Öktel, M. Özgür (IOP, 2014)
      We consider two parallel layers of two-dimensional spin-polarized dipolar Fermi gas without any tunneling between the layers. The effective interactions describing screening and correlation effects between the dipoles in ...
    • Impurity coupled to an artificial magnetic field in a Fermi gas in a ring trap 

      Ünal, F. N.; Hetényi, B.; Oktel, M. Ö. (American Physical Society, 2015)
      The dynamics of a single impurity interacting with a many-particle background is one of the central problems of condensed-matter physics. Recent progress in ultracold-atom experiments makes it possible to control this ...
    • Plasmons and the drag effect in a strong magnetic field 

      Manolescu, A.; Tanatar, Bilal (Elsevier B.V., 2002)
      We study the effect of magnetoplasmons on the drag resistance in a strong magnetic field, at finite temperatures. The typical magnetic field is about 1 T, and the temperature is up to 10 K. The Landau levels are broadened ...