Bath-induced decoherence in finite-size Majorana wires at non-zero temperature

@article{Breckwoldt2021BathinducedDI,
  title={Bath-induced decoherence in finite-size Majorana wires at non-zero temperature},
  author={N Breckwoldt and Thore Posske and Michael Thorwart},
  journal={New Journal of Physics},
  year={2021}
}
Braiding Majorana zero-modes around each other is a promising route towards topological quantum computing. Yet, two competing maxims emerge when implementing Majorana braiding in real systems: On the one hand, perfect braiding should be conducted adiabatically slowly to avoid non-topological errors. On the other hand, braiding must be conducted fast such that decoherence effects introduced by the environment are negligible, which are generally unavoidable in finite-size systems. This… 

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