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Bilal Tanatar


Office: SA-226

Phone: +90 312 290 1591

eMail: tanatar[at]fen.bilkent.edu.tr

Professor, Ph.D.: Condensed Matter Physics, University of Delaware, 1987

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Theory of quantum solids and liquids, low dimensional electron systems, computational physics.

Selected Publications

  • V. Moldeveanu, B. Tanatar, “Tunable spin currents in a biased Rashba ring,” Physical Review B, vol. 81, pp. 035326 (2010)
  • V. Moldoveanu, B. Tanatar, “Inelastic transitions and counterflow tunneling in double-dot quantum ratchets,” Physical Review B, vol. 82, pp. 205312 (2010)
  • V. Moldoveanu, B. Tanatar, “Spin splitter regime of a mesoscopic Rashba ring,” Physics Letters A, vol. 375, pp. 187-191 (2010)
  • A.L. Subasi, S. Sevincli, P. Vignolo, B. Tanatar, “Dimensional crossover in two-dimensional Bose-Fermi mixtures,” Laser Physics, vol. 20, pp. 683-693 (2010)
  • A.L. Subasi, P. Pieri, G. Senatore, B. Tanatar, “Stability of Sarma phases in density imbalanced electron-hole bilayer systems,” Physical Review B, vol. 81, pp. 075436 (2010)
  • M. Tas, B. Tanatar, “Plasmonic contribution to the van der Weals energy in strongly interacting bilayers,” Physical Review B, vol. 81, pp. 115326-1–7 (2010)
  • R. Asgari, T. Gokmen, B. Tanatar, M. Padmanabhan, M. Shayegan, “Effective mass suppression in a ferromagnetic two-dimensional electron liquid,” Physical Review B, vol. 79, pp. 235324-1–4 (2009)
  • I.N. Askerzade, B. Tanatar, “Anisotropy of Critical Fields in MgB2: Two-Band Ginzburg-Landau Theory for Layered Superconductors,” Communications in Theoretical Physics, vol. 51, pp. 563-569 (2009)
  • V. Oldoveanu, B. Tanatar, “Coulomb drag in parallel quantum dots,” Europhysics Letters, vol. 86, pp. 67004-1–6 (2009)
  • V. Moldoveanu, I.V. Dinu, B. Tanatar, “Fano effect in a double T-shaped interferometer,” European Physical Journal B, vol. 67, pp. 231-238 (2009)