The Grenoble secondment has ended

On Saturday my second secondment, which took place at the LPMMC in Grenoble, has ended. I spent two great months in Grenoble collaborating with Dr. Denis Basko and ERS 3 Jonathan Wise, where we started considering the theory of heat transport in electron-phonon systems in the framework of the non-equilibrium Green's function formalism. Through the frequent discussions Denis introduced me in the field and provide me with the knowledge and understanding of the Keldysh technique applied to electron-phonon systems. Beside the scientific achievements I made, I must emphasize that I had a great time in the lovely city of Grenoble and Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region with a lot of activities.

I would like to thank to all the QuESTech people from Grenoble for the great and fruitful time I spent with them. Thank you guys. Cheers!

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