By using local displacement fields in bilayer graphene (BLG), it is possible to elec- trostatically confine charge carriers. Connecting superconducting leads to a graphene nanostructure allows to induce high ballistic supercurrent. We demonstrate that it is possible to fully gate-control both amplitude and density profile of the supercurrent, making BLG a highly tunable superconducting weak link . Adding an additional overall top gate, one better controls the 1D constriction and observes four fold degen- erate quantized conductance down to full pinch-off . We show that this ballistic effect is also reflected in the supercurrent and in the multiple Andreev reflection as the number of discrete channels is reduced .
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