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Non-Abelian statistics and topological quantum information processing in 1D wire networks
The synthesis of a quantum computer remains an ongoing challenge in modern physics. Whereas decoherence stymies most approaches, topological quantum computation schemes evade decoherence at theExpand
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Topological superconducting phase in helical Shiba chains
Recently, it has been suggested that topological superconductivity and Majorana end states can be realized in a chain of magnetic impurities on the surface of an s-wave superconductor when theExpand
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Synthetic electric fields and phonon damping in carbon nanotubes and graphene
Within the Dirac theory of the electronic properties of graphene, smoothly varying lattice strain affects the Dirac carriers through a synthetic gauge field. For static lattice strain, the gaugeExpand
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Franck–Condon blockade in suspended carbon nanotube quantum dots
Understanding the influence of vibrational motion of the atoms on electronic transitions in molecules constitutes a cornerstone of quantum physics, as epitomized by the Franck–Condon principle1, 2 ofExpand
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Theory of the Franck-Condon blockade regime
Strong coupling of electronic and vibrational degrees of freedom entails a low-bias suppression of the current through single-molecule devices, termed the Franck-Condon blockade. In the limit of slowExpand
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Real-space tailoring of the electron-phonon coupling in ultraclean nanotube mechanical resonators
A mechanism for coupling the electrons and vibrational motion of a suspended carbon nanotube is now demonstrated. Tailoring the coupling between specific electronic and phononic modes by controllingExpand
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Temperature-dependent resistivity of suspended graphene
In this paper we investigate the electron-phonon contribution to the resistivity of suspended single-layer graphene. In-plane as well as flexural phonons are addressed in different temperatureExpand
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Thermopower of single-molecule devices
We investigate the thermopower of single molecules weakly coupled to metallic leads. We model the molecule in terms of the relevant electronic orbitals coupled to phonons corresponding to bothExpand
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Electronic correlations in twisted bilayer graphene near the magic angle
Twisted bilayer graphene with a twist angle of around 1.1° features a pair of isolated flat electronic bands and forms a platform for investigating strongly correlated electrons. Here, we useExpand
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Electron attraction mediated by Coulomb repulsion
One of the defining properties of electrons is their mutual Coulomb repulsion. However, in solids this basic property may change; for example, in superconductors, the coupling of electrons to latticeExpand
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