Recently, it has been proposed that a mechanism for the appearance of nonequilibrium superconductivity in a resonantly driven semiconductor with repulsive interband interactions exists . The underlying microscopic model relies on the appearance of a specific fermionic dissipation mechanism and the careful simultaneous tailoring of the electronic dispersion relation and electron-electron interactions. We, instead, show that the phenomenon is rather general and does not need a special fine tuning of parameters. By considering a pair of bands with locally the same sign of concavity, we demonstrate that interband pairing arises under the natural assumption of the presence of phononic baths and radiative recombination. In light of these findings, we demonstrate how the emergence of superconductivity can be understood in terms of standard equilibrium interband BCS theory.
|Titolo:||Feasible model for photoinduced interband pairing|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2019|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||01.01 - Articolo su rivista|