Tunable dispersion of the edge states in the integer quantum Hall effect

Maik Malki, Götz S. Uhrig

SciPost Phys. 3, 032 (2017) · published 29 October 2017

Abstract

Topological aspects represent currently a boosting area in condensed matter physics. Yet there are very few suggestions for technical applications of topological phenomena. Still, the most important is the calibration of resistance standards by means of the integer quantum Hall effect. We propose modifications of samples displaying the integer quantum Hall effect which render the tunability of the Fermi velocity possible by external control parameters such as gate voltages. In this way, so far unexplored possibilities arise to realize devices such as tunable delay lines and interferometers.

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Delay lines Interferometers Quantum Hall edge states Quantum Hall effect Topological insulators

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