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날짜 2022-09-23 11:00 
일시 Sep. 23 (Fri.), 11:00AM 
장소 E6-2 #1323 
연사 이길호(포스텍 물리학과 교수) 
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o Date / Time : Sep. 23.  2022, 11:00 AM
o Place : Room 1323, KAIST Natural Sciences Lecture Hall(E6) (자연과학동 1323호)
o Zoom Link : https://kaist.zoom.us/j/86450686082   회의 ID: 864 5068 6082
 
Speaker : Prof. Gil-Ho Lee (Department of Physics, Pohang University)
Talk Title :  Steady Floquet–Andreev states in graphene Josephson junctions
Abstract
Engineering quantum states through light-matter interaction has created a new paradigm in condensed matter physics. A representative example is the Floquet-Bloch state, which is generated by time-periodically driving the Bloch wavefunctions in crystals. Previous attempts to realise such states in condensed matter systems have been limited by the transient nature of the Floquet states produced by optical pulses, which masks the universal properties of non-equilibrium physics. Here, we report the generation of steady Floquet Andreev (F-A) states in graphene Josephson junctions by continuous microwave application and direct measurement of their spectra by superconducting tunnelling spectroscopy [1]. We present quantitative analysis of the spectral characteristics of the F-A states while varying the phase difference of superconductors, temperature, microwave frequency and power. The oscillations of the F-A state spectrum with phase difference agreed with our theoretical calculations. Moreover, we confirmed the steady nature of the F-A states by establishing a sum rule of tunnelling conductance, and analysed the spectral density of Floquet states depending on Floquet interaction strength. This study provides a basis for understanding and engineering non-equilibrium quantum states in nano-devices.
Attached: C.V
 
Inquiry: Prof. Se Kwon Kim(sekwonkim@kaist.ac.kr) / Prof. Hee Jun Yang (h.yang@kaist.ac.kr)
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