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Orbital magneto-optical response of periodic insulators from first principles
Magneto-optical response, i.e. optical response in the presence of a magnetic field, is commonly used for characterization of materials and in optical communications. However, quantum mechanical description of electric and ...
Unraveling materials Berry curvature and Chern numbers from real-time evolution of Bloch states
(Natlacad Sciences, 2019-03-05)
Materials can be classified by the topological character of their electronic structure and, in this perspective, global attributes immune to local deformations have been discussed in terms of Berry curvature and Chern ...
Light−Matter Response in Nonrelativistic Quantum Electrodynamics
(American Chemical Society, 2019-11)
We derive the full linear-response theory for nonrelativistic quantum electrodynamics in the long wavelength limit and provide a practical framework to solve the resulting equations by using quantum-electrodynamical ...
Exciton control inaroom temperature bulk semiconductor withcoherent strain pulses
(American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2019-11)
Controlling the excitonic optical properties of room temperature semiconductors using time-dependent perturbations is key to future optoelectronic applications. The optical Stark effect in bulk and low-dimensional materials ...
Multiflat Bands and Strong Correlations in Twisted Bilayer BoronNitride: Doping-Induced Correlated Insulator and Superconductor
(American Chemical Society, 2019-08)
Two-dimensional materials, obtained by van der Waals stacking of layers, are fascinating objects of contemporary condensed matter research, exhibiting a variety of new physics. Inspired by the breakthroughs of twisted ...