The 66th JSAP Spring Meeting, 2019

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Code-sharing session » 【CS.3】Code-sharing Session of 3.11 & 13.6

[12a-W631-1~13] CS.3 Code-sharing Session of 3.11 & 13.6

Tue. Mar 12, 2019 9:00 AM - 12:30 PM W631 (W631)

Kenji Ishizaki(Kyoto Univ.), Satoshi Iwamoto(Univ. of Tokyo)

11:00 AM - 11:15 AM

[12a-W631-8] Spectroscopy of Andreev bound states using microwave resonators

Russell Stewart Deacon1,2, Patrick Zellekens3, Hui Wang1, Thomas Schapers3, Koji Ishibashi1,2 (1.Advanced Device Laboratory, RIKEN, 2.CEMS, RIKEN, 3.Julich, Germany)

Keywords:Nanowire, Andreev Bound States, Topological

We will report on our current efforts to perform spectroscopy of Andreev bound states Josephson junctions formed in InAs nanowires coupled with a microwave cavity. We form coplanar waveguide microwave resonators from thin films of TiN and couple inductively a nanowire Josephson junction in an rf-SQUID geometry. Our nanowire junctions are formed using MBE grown InAs nanowires with an in-situ deposited Aluminium half shell ensuring high transparency superconducting contacts. For a suitable gate condition resulting in a low number of channels we are able to observe the dispersive shift of the cavity resonance due to interaction with Andreev bound states in the junction. The application of a second microwave tone then allows the probing of the possible photon mediated transitions in the system revealing the full phase dispersion of states within a frequency range <20GHz. Ultimately we aim to probe the dispersion of Andreev states in high magnetic fields to explore the crossover from the trivial to topological regime in which the signature of Majorana modes maybe detected through the observable trivial modes or possible single particle transitions. Toward this end we are developing microwave resonators which can operate in large in-plane magnetic fields up to several Tesla. Additionally we are interested in probing states in other systems such as Bismuth nanowires, Graphene or WTe2 monolayers.