Our work “Theory of Laser-Controlled Competing Superconducting and Charge Orders” has been published in Physical Review Letters.
Our preprint “Light-enhanced electron-phonon coupling from nonlinear electron-phonon coupling” is available on arXiv. In this work, it is shown how one can amplify electron-lattice coupling by using lasers that are tuned to a phonon, that is coupled quadratically to the electrons of the material. Such enhanced electron-lattice coupling can lead to the formation of polarons… Continue reading How to make a material more correlated with light
Our work “Creating stable Floquet-Weyl semimetals by laser-driving of 3D Dirac materials” was published in Nature Communications (doi:10.1038/ncomms13940). Further reading: Studying fundamental particles in materials
Our work “Energy Dissipation from a Correlated System Driven Out of Equilibrium” was published in Nature Communications (doi:10.1038/ncomms13761). Further reading: Laser pulses help scientists tease apart complex electron interactions Energiefluss im Supraleiter Laserpulse helfen Forschern, komplexe Elektronenwechselwirkungen zu entflechten
In a new theory published on arXiv today we show how a laser beam can exert control in a system with competing superconducting and charge orders. The underlying mechanism with a striking resonance for photon frequencies near the gap edge may even be used to understand light-induced superconductivity. The above figure illustrates how a symmetry… Continue reading Control of competing orders
This is the new webspace for the Sentef Lab, a DFG funded Emmy Noether Research Group starting in September 2016. More information can be found in the official press release of the MPSD.