Circuit realization of a tilted Dirac cone: Platform for fabrication of curved spacetime geometry on a chip

@article{Motavassal2021CircuitRO,
  title={Circuit realization of a tilted Dirac cone: Platform for fabrication of curved spacetime geometry on a chip},
  author={A. Motavassal and Seyed Akbar Jafari},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  year={2021}
}
We present a LC circuit model that supports tilted ”Dirac cone” in its spectrum. The tilt of the Dirac cone is specified by the parameters of the model consisting of mutual inductance between the neighboring sites and a capacitance C0 at every lattice site. These parameters can be completely measured by impedance spectroscopy. Given that a tilted Dirac cone can be described by a background spacetime metric, the impedance spectroscopy can perfectly provide (local) information about the metric of… 

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