Nonlocal Thermoelectricity in a S-TI-S Junction in Contact with a N-Metal Probe: Evidence for Helical Edge States.

@article{Blasi2020NonlocalTI,
  title={Nonlocal Thermoelectricity in a S-TI-S Junction in Contact with a N-Metal Probe: Evidence for Helical Edge States.},
  author={Gianmichele Blasi and F. Taddei and L. Arrachea and M. Carrega and A. Braggio},
  journal={arXiv: Mesoscale and Nanoscale Physics},
  year={2020}
}
  • Gianmichele Blasi, F. Taddei, +2 authors A. Braggio
  • Published 2020
  • Physics
  • arXiv: Mesoscale and Nanoscale Physics
  • We consider a Josephson junction hosting a Kramers pair of helical edge states of a quantum spin Hall bar in contact with a normal-metal probe. In this hybrid system, the orbital phase induced by a small magnetic field threading the junction known as Doppler shift (DS), combines with the conventional Josephson phase difference and originates an effect akin to a Zeeman field in the spectrum. As a consequence, when a temperature bias is applied to the superconducting terminals, a thermoelectric… CONTINUE READING

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