Floquet Majorana fermions appear as steady states at the boundary of time-periodic topological phases of matter.

In this work, we theoretically study the main features of these exotic topological phases in the periodically driven one-dimensional Kitaev model. By controlling the ac fields, we can predict topological phase transitions that should give rise to signatures of Majorana states in experiments. Moreover, the knowledge of the time dependence of these Majorana states allows one to manipulate them. Our work contains a complete analysis of the monochromatic driving in different frequency regimes.

Preprint on arXiv

Floquet engineering of long-range p-wave superconductivity

Floquet Majorana Fermions appear as steady states at the boundary of

time-periodic topological phases of matter. In this work, we theoretically

study the main features of these exotic topological phases in the periodically

driven one-dimensional Kitaev model. By controlling the ac fields, we can

pre…

time-periodic topological phases of matter. In this work, we theoretically

study the main features of these exotic topological phases in the periodically

driven one-dimensional Kitaev model. By controlling the ac fields, we can

pre…

Published in Physical Review B

Floquet engineering of long-range $p$-wave superconductivity

Floquet Majorana fermions appear as steady states at the boundary of time-periodic topological phases of matter. In this work, we theoretically study the main features of these exotic topological phases in the periodically driven one-dimensional Kitaev model. By controlling the ac fields, we can pre…