"Proximity-induced superconductivity in Landau-quantized graphene monolayers"

Who: Alessandro De Martino, University of London

Place: Donostia International Physics Center

Date: Friday, 28 September 2018, 12:00

In this talk I will show that massless Dirac fermions in a graphene monolayer subject to both a perpendicular magnetic field B and a proximity-induced bulk pairing gap ? form ?-independent Weyl-Landau levels. Since the eigenstates still depend on the pairing gap ?, many observables are nevertheless sensitive to pairing, eg, the local density of states and the edge state spectrum. By solving the problem with an additional in-plane electric field, I will also discuss how snake states are affected by the bulk pairing gap.

Host: Dario Bercioux

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