L. Wang

L. Wang
Delft University of Technology | TU · Department of Quantum Nanoscience

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We show that a two-dimensional topological superconductor (TSC) can be realized in a hybrid system with a conventional s-wave superconductor proximity coupled to a quantum anomalous Hall (QAH) state from the Rashba and exchange effects in single-layer graphene. With very low or even zero doping near the Dirac points, i.e., two inequivalent valleys,...
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We investigate the hole spin relaxation due to the Rashba spin-orbit coupling induced by an external perpendicular electric field in bilayer WSe$_2$. The Rashba spin-orbit coupling coefficients in bilayer WSe$_2$ are constructed from the corresponding monolayer ones. In contrast to monolayer WSe$_2$, the out-of-plane component of the bilayer Rashba...
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Electron spin diffusion is investigated in monolayer MoS$_2$ in the absence of external electric and magnetic fields. The electron-impurity scattering, which is shown to play a negligible role in spin relaxation in time domain in this material, has a marked effect on the in-plane spin diffusion due to the anisotropic spin precession frequency in th...
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We investigate the in-plane spin relaxation of electrons due to the D'yakonov-Perel' and Elliot-Yafet mechanisms including the intra- and inter-valley processes in monolayer MoS$_2$. We construct the effective Hamiltonian for the conduction band using the L\"{o}wdin partition method from the anisotropic two-band Hamiltonian with the intrinsic spin-...
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We study the quasi-bound state and the transport properties in the T-shaped graphene nanoribbon consisting of a metallic armchair-edge ribbon connecting to a zigzag-edge sidearm. We systematically study the condition under which there are quasi-bound states in the system for a wide range of the system size. It is found that when the width of the si...
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We investigate the energy spectra of three electrons in SiGe/Si/SiGe equilateral triangular and symmetric linear triple quantum dots in the presence of magnetic (in either Faraday or Voigt configuration) and electric fields with single valley approximation by using the real-space configuration interaction method. The strong electron-electron Coulom...
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Intrinsic electron spin relaxation due to the D'yakonov-Perel' mechanism is studied in monolayer MoS$_2$ with the electron-impurity, electron-electron Coulomb, (both the intra- and inter-valley) electron-phonon scatterings explicitly included. We find that only the intervalley electron-phonon scattering contributes to the intrinsic in-plane spin re...
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Electron spin relaxation due to the D'yakonov-Perel' mechanism is investigated in bilayer graphene with only the lowest conduction band being relevant. The spin-orbit coupling is constructed from the symmetry group analysis with the parameters obtained by fitting to the numerical calculation according to the latest report by Konschuh {\it et al.} [...
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Hole spin relaxation in $p$-type (111) GaAs quantum wells is investigated in the case with only the lowest hole subband, which is heavy-hole like in (111) GaAs/AlAs and light-hole like in (111) GaAs/InP quantum wells, being relevant. The subband L\"{o}wdin perturbation method is applied to obtain the effective Hamiltonian including the Dresselhaus...
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We study three-electron energy spectra in Si/SiGe single and vertically coupled double quantum dots where all the relevant effects, such as, the Zeeman splitting, spin-orbit coupling, valley coupling and electron-electron Coulomb interaction are explicitly included. In the absence of magnetic field, our results in single quantum dots agree well wit...
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We study the singlet-triplet relaxation due to the spin-orbit coupling assisted by the electron-phonon scattering in two-electron SiGe/Si/SiGe double quantum dots in the presence of an external magnetic field in either Faraday or Voigt configuration. By explicitly including the electron-electron Coulomb interaction and the valley splitting induced...
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We investigate the singlet-triplet relaxation due to the spin-orbit coupling together with the electron-phonon scattering in two-electron multivalley silicon single quantum dots, using the exact diagonalization method and the Fermi golden rule. The electron-electron Coulomb interaction, which is crucial in the electronic structure, is explicitly in...
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Quantum wires with periodic local Rashba spin-orbit couplings are proposed for a higher performance of spin field-effect transistor. Fano-Rashba quantum interference due to the spin-dependent modulated structure gives rise to a broad energy range of vanishingly small transmission. Tuning Rashba spin-orbit couplings can provide the on- or off-curren...

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