# Publisher Correction: Giant modulation of optical nonlinearity by Floquet engineering

@article{Shan2021PublisherCG,
title={Publisher Correction: Giant modulation of optical nonlinearity by Floquet engineering},
author={Jun-Yi Shan and Mp Ye and Hao Chu and Sungmin Lee and Je-Guen Park and Leon Balents and David Hsieh},
journal={Nature},
year={2021},
volume={602},
pages={E19 - E19}
}
• Published 1 December 2021
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Strong periodic driving with light offers the potential to coherently manipulate the properties of quantum materials on ultrafast timescales. Recently, strategies have emerged to drastically alter electronic and magnetic properties by optically inducing non-trivial band topologies1-6, emergent spin interactions7-11 and even superconductivity12. However, the prospects and methods of coherently engineering optical properties on demand are far less understood13. Here we demonstrate coherent…
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