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Seminar – Glenn Wagner – Oxford University

Kekule spiral order in twisted bilayer graphene Twisted bilayer graphene has attracted a lot of attention due to the presence of correlated insulators proximate to superconductivity. In this talk I […]

Seminar – Prof. Björn Trauzettel – University of Würzburg

Direct detection of odd-frequency superconductivity Odd-frequency superconductivity is a dynamical phenomenon. The time-dependence of the anomalous Green function matters. Therefore, a dynamical response is needed to directly detect odd-frequency superconductivity. We propose a novel type of detection scheme based on two-pulse, time-resolved ARPES noise measurements. Remarkably, the experimental response is directly proportional to the anomalous […]

Seminar – Prof. Akito Daido – Kyoto University

Spectral bulk-boundary correspondence of odd-frequency Cooper pairs Surface physics dominated by the bulk properties is attracting much attention. For example, bulk-boundary correspondence predicts topological surface states. Another important context where surface properties are determined by the bulk is the electric polarization: surface electric charge is the bulk property modulo a quantum . This fact might […]

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