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Topological Hunds rules and the electronic properties of a triple lateral quantum dot molecule  [PDF]
Marek Korkusinski,Irene Puerto Gimenez,Pawel Hawrylak,Louis Gaudreau,Sergei A. Studenikin,Andrew S. Sachrajda
Physics , 2006, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.75.115301
Abstract: We analyze theoretically and experimentally the electronic structure and charging diagram of three coupled lateral quantum dots filled with electrons. Using the Hubbard model and real-space exact diagonalization techniques we show that the electronic properties of this artificial molecule can be understood using a set of topological Hunds rules. These rules relate the multi-electron energy levels to spin and the inter-dot tunneling $t$, and control charging energies. We map out the charging diagram for up to N=6 electrons and predict a spin-polarized phase for two holes. The theoretical charging diagram is compared with the measured charging diagram of the gated triple-dot device.
Tunneling spectroscopy of spin-selective Aharonov-Bohm oscillations in a lateral triple quantum dot molecule  [PDF]
Y. -P. Shim,F. Delgado,P. Hawrylak
Physics , 2009, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.80.115305
Abstract: We present a theory of tunneling spectroscopy of spin-selective Aharonov-Bohm oscillations in a lateral triple quantum dot molecule. The theory combines exact treatment of an isolated many-body system with the rate equation approach when the quantum dot molecule is weakly connected to the leads subject to arbitrary source-drain bias. The tunneling spectroscopy of the many-body complex is analyzed using the spectral functions of the system and applied to holes in a quantum dot molecule. Negative differential conductance is predicted and explained as a result of the redistribution of the spectral weight between transport channels. It is shown that different interference effects on singlet and triplet hole states in a magnetic field lead to spin-selective Aharonov-Bohm oscillations.
Electronic transport through a parallel--coupled triple quantum dot molecule: Fano resonances and bound states in the continuum  [PDF]
M. L. Ladrón de Guevara,P. A. Orellana
Physics , 2005, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.73.205303
Abstract: The electronic transport through a triple quantum dot molecule attached in parallel to leads in presence of a magnetic flux is studied. Analytical expressions of the linear conductance and density of states for the molecule in equilibrium at zero temperature are obtained. As a consequence of quantum interference, the conductance exhibits in general a Breit--Wigner and two Fano resonances, the positions and widths of which are controlled by the magnetic field. Every two flux quanta, there is an inversion of roles of the bonding and antibonding states. For particular values of the magnetic flux and dot-lead couplings, one or even both Fano resonances collapse and bound states in the continuum (BIC's) are formed. The line broadenings of the molecular states are examined as a function of the Aharonov--Bohm phase around the condition for the formation of BIC's, finding resonances extremely narrow and robust against variations of the magnetic field.
Spin selective Aharonov-Bohm oscillations in a lateral triple quantum dot  [PDF]
F. Delgado,Y. -P. Shim,M. Korkusinski,L. Gaudreau,S. A. Studenikin,A. S. Sachrajda,P. Hawrylak
Physics , 2008, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.101.226810
Abstract: We present a theory for spin selective Aharonov-Bohm oscillations in a lateral triple quantum dot. We show that to understand the Aharonov-Bohm (AB) effect in an interacting electron system within a triple quantum dot molecule (TQD) where the dots lie in a ring configuration requires one to not only consider electron charge but also spin. Using a Hubbard model supported by microscopic calculations we show that, by localizing a single electron spin in one of the dots, the current through the TQD molecule depends not only on the flux but also on the relative orientation of the spin of the incoming and localized electrons. AB oscillations are predicted only for the spin singlet electron complex resulting in a magnetic field tunable "spin valve".
Quantum transport of electrons through a parallel-coupled triple quantum-dot molecule
Guevara, M. L. Ladrón de;Orellana, P. A.;
Brazilian Journal of Physics , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-97332006000600031
Abstract: in this article we study the electronic transport through a triple quantum-dot molecule parallel-coupled to leads under a magnetic field. analytical expressions are obtained for both the conductance and total density of states for the molecule in equilibrium at zero temperature. as a result of quantum interference of resonances belonging to different channels, this configuration exhibits bound states in the continuum (bics). we examine the broadenings of the molecular states around the conditions under which bics occur, finding long-lived states extremely robust under variations of the magnetic flux.
Theory of electronic properties and quantum spin blockade in a gated linear triple quantum dot with one electron spin each  [PDF]
Chang-Yu Hsieh,Yun-Pil Shim,Pawel Hawrylak
Physics , 2011, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.85.085309
Abstract: We present a theory of electronic properties and the spin blockade phenomena in a gated linear triple quantum dot. Quadruple points where four different charge configurations are on resonance, particularly involving (1,1,1) configuration, are considered. In the symmetric case, the central dot is biased to higher energy and a single electron tunnels through the device when (1,1,1) configuration is resonant with (1,0,1),(2,0,1),(1,0,2) configurations. The electronic properties of a triple quantum dot are described by a Hubbard model containing two orbitals in the two unbiased dots and a single orbital in the biased dot. The transport through the triple quantum dot molecule involves both singly and doubly occupied configurations and necessitates the description of the (1,1,1) configuration beyond the Heisenberg model. Exact eigenstates of the triple quantum dot molecule with up to three electrons are used to compute current assuming weak coupling to the leads and non-equilibrium occupation of quantum molecule states obtained from the rate equation. The intra-molecular relaxation processes due to acoustic phonons and cotunneling with the leads are included, and are shown to play a crucial role in the spin blockade effect. We find a quantum interference-based spin blockade phenomenon at low source-drain bias and a distinct spin blockade due to a trap state at higher bias. We also show that, for an asymmetric quadruple point with (0,1,1),(1,1,1,),(0,2,1),(0,1,2) configurations on resonance, the spin blockade is analogous to the spin blockade in a double quantum dot.
Role of interactions in the far-infrared spectrum of a lateral quantum dot molecule  [PDF]
M. Marlo,A. Harju,R. M. Nieminen
Physics , 2003, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.91.187401
Abstract: We study the effects of electron-electron correlations and confinement potential on the far-infrared spectrum of a lateral two-electron quantum dot molecule by exact diagonalization. The calculated spectra directly reflect the lowered symmetry of the external confinement potential. Surprisingly, we find interactions to drive the spectrum towards that of a high-symmetry parabolic quantum dot. We conclude that far-infrared spectroscopy is suitable for probing effective confinement of the electrons in a quantum dot system, even if interaction effects cannot be resolved in a direct fashion.
Theory of electronic transport through a triple quantum dot in the presence of magnetic field  [PDF]
F. Delgado,P. Hawrylak
Physics , 2007, DOI: 10.1088/0953-8984/20/31/315207
Abstract: Theory of electronic transport through a triangular triple quantum dot subject to a perpendicular magnetic field is developed using a tight binding model. We show that magnetic field allows to engineer degeneracies in the triple quantum dot energy spectrum. The degeneracies lead to zero electronic transmission and sharp dips in the current whenever a pair of degenerate states lies between the chemical potential of the two leads. These dips can occur with a periodicity of one flux quantum if only two levels contribute to the current or with half flux quantum if the three levels of the triple dot contribute. The effect of strong bias voltage and different lead-to-dot connections on Aharonov-Bohm oscillations in the conductance is also discussed.
ELECTRONIC STRUCTURE OF DOUBLE QUANTUM-DOT MOLECULE
双量子点分子的电子结构

WANG LI-MIN,LUO YING,MA BEN-KUN,
王立民
,罗莹,马本堃

物理学报 , 2001,
Abstract: We calculated the electronic structure of double quantum-dot molecule with a generalized LCAO approach and the finite element method.Compared with real molecule,the quantum dot molecule can be in the form of covalent bonding or ionic bonding between the two same (or different) quantum dots under different conditions.The condition is related to the distance between the two quantum dots and the energy of each quantum dot.The effects of the potential and radius of the quantum dots on the electronic structure have also been studied with the finite element method.
Triple Quantum Dot Molecule as a Spin-Splitter

CHI Feng,YUAN Xi-Qiu,

中国物理快报 , 2009,
Abstract: We propose a spin-splitter composed of triple quantum dots that works due to the Coulomb blockade effect and the charge and spin biases applied on external electron source and drains. The spin biases are applied only on the two drains and give their spin-dependent chemical potentials, which act as the driving forces for electron spin-polarized transport. By tuning the biases and the dots' levels, spin-up and spin-down electrons can be simultaneously split or separated from the source into two different drains. We show that such a tunneling process is detectable in terms of the spin accumulations on the dots or the currents flowing through the external leads. The present device is quite simple and realizable within currently existing technologies.
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