Detecting Majorana nonlocality using strongly coupled Majorana bound states

@article{Rubbert2016DetectingMN,
  title={Detecting Majorana nonlocality using strongly coupled Majorana bound states},
  author={S. Rubbert and A. Akhmerov},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  year={2016},
  volume={94},
  pages={115430}
}
  • S. Rubbert, A. Akhmerov
  • Published 2016
  • Physics
  • Physical Review B
  • Majorana bound states (MBS) differ from the regular zero energy Andreev bound states in their nonlocal properties, since two MBS form a single fermion. We design strategies for detection of this nonlocality by using the phenomenon of Coulomb-mediated Majorana coupling in a setting which still retains falsifiability and does not require locally separated MBS. Focusing on the implementation of MBS based on the quantum spin Hall effect, we also design a way to probe Majoranas without the need to… CONTINUE READING
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