Publisher Correction: Giant modulation of optical nonlinearity by Floquet engineering

  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},
  pages={E19 - E19}
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… 

Exciton-coherence generation through diabatic and adiabatic dynamics of Floquet state

Floquet engineering of electronic systems is a promising way of controlling quantum material properties on an ultrafast time scale. So far, the energy structure of Floquet states in solids has been

Pseudospin-selective Floquet band engineering in black phosphorus

Time-periodic light field has emerged as a control knob for manipulating quantum states in solid-state materials1–3, cold atoms4 and photonic systems5 through hybridization with photon-dressed

Optical Control of Slow Topological Electrons in Moir\'e Systems

Floquet moir´e materials possess optically-induced flat-electron bands with steady-states sensitive to drive parameters. Within this regime, we show that strong interaction screening and phonon bath

Floquet engineering of optical nonlinearities: a quantum many-body approach

Subjecting a physical system to a time-periodic drive can substantially modify its properties and applications. This Floquet-engineering approach has been extensively applied to a wide range of

Terahertz spin dynamics in rare-earth orthoferrites

Abstract. Recent interest in developing fast spintronic devices and laser-controllable magnetic solids has sparked tremendous experimental and theoretical efforts to understand and manipulate

Controlling Magnetism with Light in a Zero Orbital Angular Momentum Antiferromagnet.

Antiferromagnetic materials feature intrinsic ultrafast spin dynamics, making them ideal candidates for future magnonic devices operating at THz frequencies. A major focus of current research is the

Floquet metamaterials

Recent progress in nanophotonics and material science has inspired a strong interest in optically-induced material dynamics, opening new research directions in the distinct fields of Floquet matter

Light driven magnetic transitions in transition metal dichalcogenide heterobilayers

Motivated by the recent excitement around the physics of twisted transition metal dichalcogenide (TMD) multilayer systems, we study strongly correlated phases of TMD heterobilayers under the

Synthetic five-wave mixing in an integrated microcavity for visible-telecom entanglement generation

Nonlinear optics processes lie at the heart of photonics and quantum optics for their indispensable role in light sources and information processing. During the past decades, the three- and four-wave

Controlling the magnetic state of the proximate quantum spin liquid $\alpha$-RuCl$_3$ with an optical cavity

Harnessing the enhanced light-matter coupling and quantum vacuum fluctuations resulting from mode volume compression in optical cavities is a promising route towards functionalizing quantum materials



Optical absorption properties of laser-driven matter

Characterizing and controlling matter driven far from equilibrium represents a major challenge for science and technology. Here, we develop a theory for the optical absorption of electronic materials

Electrical control of second-harmonic generation in a WSe2 monolayer transistor.

This study reports a mechanism to electrically control second-order optical nonlinearities in monolayer WSe₂, an atomically thin semiconductor and paves the way towards a new platform for chip-scale, electrically tunable nonlinear optical devices based on two-dimensional semiconductors.

Giant THz photoconductivity and possible non-equilibrium superconductivity in metallic K3C60

The non-equilibrium control of emergent phenomena in solids is an important research frontier, encompassing effects like the optical enhancement of superconductivity 1 . Recently, nonlinear

Quantum to classical crossover of Floquet engineering in correlated quantum systems

Light-matter coupling involving classical and quantum light offers a wide range of possibilities to tune the electronic properties of correlated quantum materials. Two paradigmatic results are the

Possible light-induced superconductivity in K3C60 at high temperature

By exciting metallic K3C60 with mid-infrared optical pulses, a large increase in carrier mobility is induced, accompanied by the opening of a gap in the optical conductivity, which is observed at equilibrium when cooling metallic K 3C60 below Tc (20 kelvin).

Inverse magneto-refraction as a mechanism for laser modification of spin-spin exchange parameters and subsequent terahertz emission from iron oxides

Ultrafast non-thermal manipulation of magnetization by light relies on either indirect coupling of the electric field component of the light with spins via spin-orbit interaction or direct coupling

Observation of Floquet-Bloch States on the Surface of a Topological Insulator

Using time- and angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy, it is shown that an intense ultrashort midinfrared pulse with energy below the bulk band gap hybridizes with the surface Dirac fermions of a topological insulator to form Floquet-Bloch bands.

Creating stable Floquet–Weyl semimetals by laser-driving of 3D Dirac materials

It is shown by first principles calculations how femtosecond laser pulses with circularly polarized light can be used to switch between WeylSemimetal, Dirac semimetal and topological insulator states in a prototypical three-dimensional Dirac material, Na3Bi.

Valley-selective optical Stark effect in monolayer WS2.

Breaking space-time symmetries in two-dimensional crystals can markedly influence their macroscopic electronic properties. Monolayer transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDs) are prime examples where

Broadband, electrically tunable third-harmonic generation in graphene

Gate tunable and ultrabroadband third-harmonic generation can be achieved in graphene, paving the way for electrically tunable broadband frequency converters for applications in optical communications and signal processing.