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Atilla Erçelebi


Office: SA-215

Phone: +90 312 290 1475

eMail: ercelebi[at]fen.bilkent.edu.tr

Professor, Chairman, Ph.D.: Condensed Matter Physics, Middle East Technical University, 1980

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Polarons, electron-phonon interactions, excitons, low dimensional quantum well-heterostructure-type semiconducting systems.

Selected Publications

  • R.T. Senger, B. Kozal, A. Chatterjee, A. Ercelebi, “Hartree-Fock approximation of bipolaron state in quantum dots and wires,” accepted for publication in European Physical Journal B, vol. 78, pp.525-529 (2010) [PDF]
  • R.T. Senger, A. Ercelebi, “Strong-Coupling Treatment of Two Dimensional Large Bipolarons in Elliptical Quantum Dots,” European Physical Journal B, vol. 26, pp. 253-260 (2002)[PDF]
  • R.T. Senger, A. Ercelebi, “On the stability of Fröhlich Bipolarons in Spherical Quantum Dots,” J of Physics Condensed Matter, vol. 14, pp. 5549-5560 (2002)[PDF]
  • R.T. Senger, A. Ercelebi, “Path-integral approximation on the stability of large bipolarons in Q1D-confinement,” Physical Review B, vol. 61, pp. 6063-6068 (2000)[PDF]
  • R.T. Senger, A. Ercelebi, “Stability of low-dimensionally confined bipolarons,” European Physical Journal B, vol. 16, pp. 439-446 (2000)[PDF]
  • R.T. Senger, A. Ercelebi, “Quasi-two-dimensional Feynman bipolarons,” Physical Review B, vol. 60, pp. 10070-10079 (1999)[PDF]
  • R.T. Senger, A. Ercelebi, “Path integral description of low dimensional polarons in parabolic confinement potentials,” J of Physics Condensed Matter, vol. 9, pp. 5067-5079 (1997)[PDF]
  • A. Ercelebi, R.T. Senger, “Ground state description of quasi-1D polarons with arbitrary electron-phonon coupling strength,” Physical Review B, vol. 53, pp. 11008-11015 (1996)[PDF]
  • A. Ercelebi, R.T. Senger, “Strong Coupling Characterisation of Quasi-1D polarons in cylindrical QW-wires,” Solid State Communications, vol. 97, pp. 509-514 (1996)[PDF]
  • A. Ercelebi, R.T. Senger, “A Variational Study of the Ground Landau level of the 2D-Frohlich polaron in a magnetic field,” J of Physics Condensed Matter, vol. 7, pp. 9989-10002 (1995)[PDF]