IQIM Postdoctoral and Graduate Student Seminar

Friday April 29, 2022 12:00 PM

Majorana modes in iron-based superconducting vortex

Speaker: Lingyuan Kong, Nadj-Perge Group
Location: East Bridge 114

IQIM Seminar followed by lunch

Abstract: Iron-based superconducting vortex is emerging as a promising platform for Majorana quasiparticle. After four-year intensive studies, substantial achievements have been made on several compounds, including Fe(Te,Se), (Li,Fe)OHFeSe, CaKFe4As4 and LiFeAs. For example, the discovery of integer series of quantized bound states manifests nontrivial topology of vortex zero mode, promises a hope to the field of Majorana research. In this talk, I will depict the main profile of this emerging Majorana platform, on the aspects of materials, bound states, experimental configurations, and etc. Its advantages on physics study and the major controversies owing to the practical diversity will be discussed in short. The systematic investigations accomplished on this platform is promoting the entrance to a second-phase research for manipulating Majorana zero modes in iron-based superconducting vortices.

Attendees joining in person must have a valid Caltech UID. Please show your UID at the door [114 E. Bridge].

This seminar will be held in person only.

Series IQIM Postdoctoral and Graduate Student Seminar Series

Contact: Marcia Brown at 626-395-4013 marciab@caltech.edu