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Heedt, S. (author), Kouwenhoven, L.P. (author)
We systematically study three-terminal InSb-Al nanowire devices by using radio-frequency reflectometry. Tunneling spectroscopy measurements on both ends of the hybrid nanowires are performed while systematically varying the chemical potential, magnetic field, and junction transparencies. Identifying the lowest-energy state allows for the...
article 2022
Kulesh, I. (author), Ke, C.T. (author), Thomas, C. (author), Karwal, S. (author), Moehle, C.M. (author), Metti, S. (author), Kallaher, R. (author), Gardner, G.C. (author), Manfra, M.J. (author), Goswami, S. (author)
Indium-antimonide (InSb) two-dimensional electron gases (2DEGs) have a unique combination of material properties: high electron mobility, a strong spin-orbit interaction, a large Landé g factor, and a small effective mass. This makes them an attractive platform to explore a variety of mesoscopic phenomena ranging from spintronics to topological...
article 2020
Kroll, J.G. (author), Borsoi, F. (author), van der Enden, K.L. (author), Uilhoorn, W. (author), de Jong, D. (author), Quintero-Perez, M. (author), van Woerkom, D.J. (author), Bruno, A. (author), Plissard, S.R. (author), Car, D. (author), Bakkers, E.P.A.M. (author), Cassidy, M.C. (author), Kouwenhoven, L.P. (author)
Superconducting coplanar-waveguide resonators that can operate in strong magnetic fields are important tools for a variety of high-frequency superconducting devices. Magnetic fields degrade resonator performance by creating Abrikosov vortices that cause resistive losses and frequency fluctuations or suppress the superconductivity entirely. To...
article 2019