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Coupling strongly correlated electron systems to a tunable electronic reservoir

S. BagL. FratinoA CamjayiM. CivelliM. Rozenberg
Jan 2024
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We study the effect of coupling an electronic reservoir to a Hubbard model and to a Dimer Hubbard Model. This is motivated by recent experiments on the effect of illumination on the insulator-metal transition in a vanadium oxides and photo-conductive cadmium sulfide heterostructure. We model the system as an electronic reservoir hybridized to the correlated system. We assume that the light intensity controls the hybridization coupling strength. We find that the light intensity acts similarly as the temperature in the weak interaction regime. This is consistent with the role played by electronic reservoirs in out-of-equilibrium systems. In contrast, qualitative differences appear at strong coupling. We show that modeling the V$_2$O$_3$ compound with a Hubbard model, our results describe qualitatively well the observed illumination-driven suppression of the insulator-metal transition. In contrast, in the DHM results fail to capture the mild suppression observed in the case of VO$_2$. This indicates that the lattice may play an important role in this case.
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