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標題: MoxW1−xTe2におけるアーク調整可能なワイルフェルミオン金属状態
日時: 2015年11月11日(水)  午後2:00~午後3:00
場所: 物性研究所本館6階 第5セミナー室(A615)  
講師: Dr. Tay-Rong Chang
所属: National Tsing Hua University
要旨: A Weyl semimetal is a new state of matter that hosts Weyl fermions as emergent quasiparticles. The Weyl fermions correspond to isolated points of bulk band degeneracy, Weyl nodes, which are connected only through the crystal's boundary by an exotic Fermi arc surface state. The length of the Fermi arc gives a measure of the topological strength, because the only way to destroy the Weyl nodes is to annihilate them in pairs in k space. To date, Weyl semimetals are only realized in the TaAs class. Here, we propose a tunable Weyl metallic state in MoxW1-xTe2 via our first-principles calculations, where the Fermi arc length can be continuously changed as a function of Mo concentration, thus tuning the topological strength of the system [1]. Our results provide an experimentally feasible route to realizing Weyl physics in the layered compound MoxW1-xTe2, where non-saturating magneto-resistance and pressure driven superconductivity have been observed.

[1] Tay-Rong Chang, Su-Yang Xu, et al., arXiv:1508.06723
世話人: Fumio Komori (内線:63310)
e-mail: komori :at: