Imaging of the LaAlO3/SrTiO3 interface using the scanning near- eld optical microscopy technique - From storage to preservation of research data: the Yareta Data Repository

19.11.2019 13:00 – 15:00

The LaAlO3/SrTiO3 interface hosts a conducting two-dimensional electron system (2DES) with
many interesting properties such as superconductivity [1]. Many of the 2DES properties were found
to be tunable using an electric eld [1].
Despite almost 15 years of research in this eld, there are still several open questions and many of
them concern the presence of local variations of the 2DES properties. In particular, the interplay
between the electronic properties of the interface and the tetragonal domains present in SrTiO3
below 105 K received some attention [2].
Here, we address these questions using the scanning near- eld optical microscope (SNOM) available
in our department and able to work between room temperature and 5 K [3].
We rst demonstrate that this technique is able to discriminate eciently between conducting and
insulating interfaces both at room and low temperature. Then, we focus on the optical response of
the system below 70 K, where we observe temperature and gate-dependent modulations of the
near- eld amplitude, which might be related to the tetragonal domains of SrTiO3.


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Bâtiment: Ecole de Physique

Auditoire Stueckelberg

Organisé par

Département de physique de la matière quantique

Intervenants

Margherita BOSELLI, Dr. Group of Prof. Jean-Marc Triscone - UNIGE
Hugues CAZEAUX, Division du système et des technologies de l'information et de la communication
Caroline WILHEM, Division du système et des technologies de l'information et de la communication
Pierre-Yves BURGI, Division du système et des technologies de l'information et de la communication

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