Floquet Engineering of Quantum Materials

@article{Oka2019FloquetEO,
  title={Floquet Engineering of Quantum Materials},
  author={Takashi Oka and Sota Kitamura},
  journal={Annual Review of Condensed Matter Physics},
  year={2019}
}
Floquet engineering, the control of quantum systems using periodic driving, is an old concept in condensed matter physics dating back to ideas such as the inverse Faraday effect. However, there is a renewed interest in this concept owing to ( a) the rapid developments in laser and ultrafast spectroscopy techniques, ( b) discovery and understanding of various “quantum materials” hosting interesting exotic quantum properties, and ( c) communication with different areas of physics such as… 

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