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Gloria Platero

Gloria_platero
Professor

email: gplatero@icmm.csic.es

Instituto de Ciencias de Materiales de Madrid, CSIC
Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz, 3, Cantoblanco.  28049-Madrid, Spain.

tel: +34 91 3349000 ext: 146

Brief Vita:

Phd degree on Physics: Condensed Matter Theory, at the Autonomous University of Madrid.

Posdoctoral position at the Max Plank Institute of High Magnetic Fields in Grenoble (France).

Permanent Staff member at the Solid State Physics Institute of the Spanish Research Council (CSIC).

Honorary Professor at the Autonomous University of Madrid.

Professor of the posgraduate program at the Carlos III university in Madrid.

At the present: Research Professor at the Material Science Institute of Madrid at the Spanish Research Council (CSIC).

Research topics:

We analyze theoretically the charge and spin quantum electron transport in quantum dot arrays. We study the manipulation of charge and spin qubits by ac electric and magnetic fields. We also investigate how to directly transfer quantum states between distant edges in quantum dot arrays. We analyze the effect of electron-phonon, hyperfine and spin-orbit interactions on the electron transport. We investigate as well the topological properties of atomic lattices in one and two dimensions under ac periodic time dependent electric fields, i.e., we analyze the interplay between spatial and time periodicities and the effect  on the topology of the system by means of Floquet-Bloch theory.                                                           We investigate as well the detection of Majorana Fermions by means of RSCJ models in Josephson Junctions driven by ac currents.                      We investigate  quantum thermoelectrical properties of nanostructures. We analyze the role of edge states in the thermoelectrical properties  of  systems with non trivial topology. We investigate long range heat and energy transfer in quantum dot arrays and quantum engines.

Recent Publications

J. Huneke, G. Platero and S. Kohler, Steady-State Coherent Transfer by Adiabatic Passage, PRL 110, 036802 (2013).

M. Busl, G. Granger, L. Gaudreau, R. Sánchez, A. Kam, M. Pioro-Ladrière, S. A. Studenikin, P. Zawadzki, Z. R. Wasilewski, A. S. Sachrajda, and G. Platero, Bipolar spin blockade and coherent state superpositions in a triple quantum dot, Nature Nanotechnology, 8,   262 (2013).

Rafael Sánchez and Gloria Platero, Dark Bell states in tunnel-coupled spin qubits, Physical Rev. B (Rapid Comm.) , 87, 081305(R) (2013)

O.G. Cantu Ros, G. Platero, L.L.Bonilla, Effects of noise on hysteresis and resonance width in graphene and nanotubes resonators, Physical Rev. B , 87, 235424 (2013).

A. Gómez-León and G. Platero, Floquet-Bloch theory and topology in periodically driven lattices, Physical Review Letters ,110, 200403 (2013).

Anders Mathias Lunde, Carlos López-Monís, Ioanna A. Vasiliadou, Luis L. Bonilla, Gloria Platero, Temperature dependent dynamical nuclear polarization bistabilities in double quantum dots in the spin-blockade regime, Phys. Rev. B , 88, 035317 (2013)

A. M. Lunde and G. Platero, “Hyperfine Interactions in two-dimensional HgTe topological Insulators”, Phys. Rev. B, 88, 115411 (2013)

Chulki Kim, Marta Prada, Gloria Platero,and Robert H. Blick, Realizing Broad Bands of Strong Nonlinear Coupling in Nano-Electromechanical Energy Harvesters, Physical Rev. Letters (highlight) 111, 197202 (2013).

J. Villavicencio, Irene Maldonado, E. Cota y G. Platero, Spin-orbit effects in a triple quantum dot shuttle, Physical Review B, 88, 245305 (2013).

P. DelPlace, A. Gómez-León and G. Platero, Merging of Dirac points and Floquet topological transitions in AC driven graphene, Phys. Rev. B, 88, 245422 (2013).

M. Prada, G. Platero and D. Pfannkuche, Unidirectional direct current in coupled nanomechanical resonators by tunnable symmetry breaking., Phys. Rev. B, 89, 045426 (2014).

A. Gómez-León, P. DelPlace and G. Platero Engineering anomalous quantum Hall plateaus and antichiral states with ac fields., Phys. Rev. B , 89, 205408 (2014).

R. Sánchez, G. Granger, L. Gaudreau, A. Kam, M. Pioro-Ladrière, S. A. Studenikin, P. Zawadzki, A. S. Sachrajda, and G. Platero, Long-Range Spin Transfer in Triple Quantum Dots, Phys. Rev. Lett., 112, 176803 (2014).

R. Sánchez, F. Gallego-Marcos and G. Platero, Superexchange blockade in triple quantum dots, Phys. Rev. B, 89, 161402, RC (2014).

Fernando Gallego-Marcos , Gloria Platero, Christian Nietner, Gernot Schaller, and Tobias Brandes, Nonequilibrium relaxation transport of ultracold atoms, Phys. Rev. A 90, 033614 (2014).

Floquet engineering of long-range p-wave superconductivity, M. Benito, A. Gómez-León, V. M. Bastidas, T. Brandes and G. Platero, Physical Rev. B, 90, 205127 (2014).

Photon assisted long-range tunneling, F. Gallego-Marcos, R. Sánchez and G. Platero, Journal of Applied Physics 117 , 112808 (2015); doi: 10.1063/1.4913834 (Invited, procc. ICPS 2014).

Floquet Majorana Fermions in superconducting quantum dots,. M. Benito and G. Platero, Physica E, 74, 608 (2015). (invited in memory of Prof. M. Buttiker)

Fourier transform analysis of irradiated Weiss oscillations. Jesus Iñarrea and Gloria Platero, Europhys. Lett., 109 67001, 2015.

Coupled Landau-Zener-Stückelberg Quantum Dot Interferometers, F. Gallego-Marcos, R. Sánchez and G. Platero, Phys. Rev. B, 93, 075424 (2016).

Long-range doublon transfer in a dimer chain induced by topology and ac fields, M. Bello, C.E. Creffield and G. Platero, Scientific Reports, Sci. Rep. 6, 22562; doi: 10.1038/srep22562 (2016).

Channel Blockade in a Two-Path Triple Quantum Dot System, M. Kotzian, F. Gallego Marcos, G. Platero, and R.J. Haug, , Phys. Rev. B 94, 035442 (2016).

Generic helical edge states due to Rashba spin-orbit coupling in a topological insulator, L. Ortiz, R. Molina, G.Platero, M. Lunde, Phys. Rev. B. 93, 205431 (2016)

Edge Topological Blockade of Transport in Quantum Dot Arrays, M. Benito, M. Niklas, G. Platero, S. Kohler, Phys. Rev. B, 93,115432 (2016).

Topological instabilities in ac-driven bosonic systems, G. Engelhardt, M. Benito, G. Platero, T. Brandes, Phys. Rev. Lett., 117, 045302 (2016).

Dissipative Long-Range Entanglement Generation between Electronic Spins, M. Benito, M. Schultz, .I. Chirac, G. Platero and G. Giedke, Phys. Rev. B, 94, 115404 (2016).

Transport, shot noise, and topology in AC-driven dimer arrays, Michael Niklas, Mónica Benito, Sigmund Kohler and Gloria Platero, Nanotechnology, 27 454002 (2016). doi:10.1088/0957-4484/27/45/454002

Coherent Long-Range Thermoelectrics in Nonadiabatic Driven Quantum Systems, F. Gallego-Marcos and G. Platero, Physical Rev. B, 95,075301 (2017).

Josephson junction dynamics in the presence of 2π- and 4π-periodic supercurrents, F. Domínguez, O. Kashuba, E. Bocquillon, J. Wiedenmann, R. S. Deacon, T. M. Klapwijk, G. Platero, L. W. Molenkamp, B. Trauzettel, and E. M. Hankiewicz, Phys. Rev. B 95, 195430 (2017).

Topologically enforced bifurcations in superconducting circuits, G. Engelhardt, M. Benito, G. Platero and T. Brandes, Phys. Rev. Lett., 118, 197702 (2017).

Sublattice Dynamics and quantum state transfer of doublons in two dimensional lattices, M. Bello, C.E. Creffield and G. Platero, Phys. Rev. B, 95,094303(2017).

Doublon lifetimes in dissipative enviroments, M. Bello, G.Platero and S. Kohler,Phys. Rev. B 96, 045408 (2017).

Chiral Maxwell demon in quantum Hall systems with a localized impurity, G. Roselló, R. López and G. Platero, Phys. Rev. B, 96, 075305 (2017).

Signatures of a 4π-periodic supercurrent in the voltage response of capacitively shunted topological Josephson junctions. Jordi Picó-Cortés, Fernando Domínguez, and Gloria Platero. . Phys. Rev. B 96, 125438 (2017).

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