Selected Publications

Thermoelectric current in a graphene Cooper pair splitter

Z. B. Tan, A. Laitinen, N. S. Kirsanov, A. Galda, M. Haque, A. Savin, D. S. Golubev, V. M. Vinokur, G. B. Lesovik, P. J. Hakonen

Thermoelectric effect generating electricity from thermal gradient and vice versa appears in numerous generic applications. Recently, an original prospect of thermoelectricity arising from the nonlocal Cooper pair splitting (CPS) and the elastic co-tunneling (EC) in hybrid normal metal-superconductor-normal metal (NSN) structures was foreseen. Here we demonstrate experimentally the existence of non-local Seebeck effect in a graphene-based CPS device comprising two quantum dots connected to an aluminum superconductor and theoretically validate the observations. This non-local Seebeck effect offers an efficient tool for producing entangled electrons.