Selected Publications

- Andreev Reflection in Superfluid He-3: A Probe for Quantum Turbulence

Bradley et al., Annual Review of Condensed Matter Physics Vol. 8: 407-430 (2017) - Operating Nanobeams in a Quantum Fluid

Bradley et al., Nature Scientific Reports**7**, 4876 (2017) - Single Quantum Level Electron Turnstile

D.M.T. Van Zanten et al., Phys. Rev. Lett.**116**166801 (2016) - Topological Superconductivity and High Chern Numbers in 2D Ferromagnetic Shiba Lattices

J. Röntynen, T. Ojanen, Phys. Rev. Lett.**114**236803, (2015) - Squeezing of Quantum Noise of Motion in a Micromechanical Resonator

J.-M. Pirkkalainen et al., Phys. Rev. Lett**115**, 24 (2015) - Direct-current superconducting quantum interference devices for the readout of metallic magnetic calorimeters

S. Kempf, A. Ferring, A. Fleischmann, C. Enss, Supercond. Sci. Technol.**28**, 045008 (2015)

## Multifractality of random eigenfunctions and generalization of Jarzynski equality

*I. Khaymovich, J. Koski, O.-P. Saira, V.E. Kravtsov, J. Pekola*

Systems driven out of equilibrium experience large fluctuations of the dissipated work. The same is true for wavefunction amplitudes in disordered systems close to the Anderson localization transition. In both cases, the probability distribution function is given by the large-deviation ansatz. Here we exploit the analogy between the statistics of work dissipated in a driven single-electron box and that of random multifractal wavefunction amplitudes, and uncover new relations that generalize the Jarzynski equality. We checked the new relations theoretically using the rate equations for sequential tunnelling of electrons and experimentally by measuring the dissipated work in a driven single-electron box and found a remarkable correspondence. The results represent an important universal feature of the work statistics in systems out of equilibrium and help to understand the nature of the symmetry of multifractal exponents in the theory of Anderson localization.

*nature communications 6 April, 1-6*

doi:

*10.1038/ncomms8010*