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#### Floquet Transmission in Weyl/Multi-Weyl and Nodal-Line Semimetals through a Time-Periodic Potential Well

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Bera, S., Sekh, S., & Mandal, I. (2023). Floquet Transmission in Weyl/Multi-Weyl
and Nodal-Line Semimetals through a Time-Periodic Potential Well.* Annalen der Physik,* 20220046.
doi:10.1002/andp.202200460.

Cite as: https://hdl.handle.net/21.11116/0000-000D-149C-D

##### Abstract

A quantum pumping protocol through which the quasiparticles of Weyl/multi-Weyl and nodal-line semimetals are subjected to a time-periodic rectangular potential well is considered. The presence of an oscillating potential of frequency omega creates equispaced Floquet side-bands with spacing PLANCK CONSTANT OVER TWO PI omega$\hbar \omega$. As a result, a Fano resonance is observed when the difference in the Fermi energy (i.e., the energy of the incident quasiparticle), and the energy of one of the (quasi)bound state levels of the well, coincides with the energy of an integer number of photons (each carrying energy quantum PLANCK CONSTANT OVER TWO PI omega$\hbar \omega$). Using the Floquet theory and the scattering matrix approach in the zero-temperature non-adiabatic pumping limit, characteristic Fano resonance patterns are found in the transmission coefficients. The inflection points in the pumped shot noise spectra also serve as a proxy for the corresponding Fano resonances. Therefore, the pumped shot noise is also numerically evaluated. Finally, the existence of the Fano resonance points is correlated to the (quasi)bound states of the well, by explicitly calculating the bound states of the static well (which are a subset of the bound states of the driven system). Since semimetals with anisotropic dispersions are considered, all the features observed depend on the orientation of the potential well.