Research

Spin-dependent transport in graphene nanostructures

1. Spin-resolved transmission through spin-orbit nanostructures in graphene
     Physical Review B 81, 165410 (2010).
2. Dirac-Weyl electrons in a periodic spin-orbit potential
     Europhysics Letter 96, 27006 (2011).
3. Rashba spin-orbit interaction in graphene armchair nanoribbons 
     The European Physical Journal B 86, 502 (2013).


Electron Injection in Carbon Nanotubes and Nanowires


1. Electron tunneling into a quantum wire in the Fabry-Pérot regime
    Physical Review B 79, 035121 (2009).
2.  Electron scattering in intra-nanotube quantum dots 
      Physical Review Letters 102, 245505 (2009).
3. Pseudo-spin-dependent scattering in carbon nanotubes
    Physical Review B 84, 115126 (2011).
4.
Defect-Induced Multicomponent Electron Scattering in Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes
   Physical Review B 83, 165439 (2011).
5.Confined electron and hole states in semiconducting carbon nanotube sub-10 nm artificial quantum dots
 
[arXiv:1709.07671

 Hybrid Junction with Semimetals, Excitonic Insulators and Superconductors

1.Transport properties of an electron-hole bilayer/superconductor hybrid junction
    Physical Review Letters  119, 067001 (2017).

Spectral & Transport Properties of Pseudo-Spin One Physics in Two-Dimensional Lattices and Quasi-One Dimensional one


1. Massless Dirac-Weyl Fermions in a T3 Optical Lattice
     Physical Review A  80, 063603 (2009).
2. Topology-induced phase transitions in quantum spin Hall lattices
     Physical Review A 83, 023609 (2011).
3. Topological Phases for Fermionic Cold Atoms on the Lieb Lattice
     Physical Review A 83, 063601 (2011).
4. Barrier transmission of Dirac-like pseudospin-one particles
     Physical Review B 84, 115136 (2011).
5. Solitons in one-dimensional lattices with a flat band
    
Annalen der Physik 5291600262 (2017).
6. Adiabatic pumping in the quasi-one-dimensional triangle lattice
    Physical Review B 87, 024301 (2013).

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