Spectroscopy of the superconducting proximity effect in nanowires using integrated quantum dots

@article{Jnger2018SpectroscopyOT,
  title={Spectroscopy of the superconducting proximity effect in nanowires using integrated quantum dots},
  author={C. J{\"u}nger and A. Baumgartner and R. Delagrange and D. Chevallier and S. Lehmann and M. Nilsson and K. A. Dick and C. Thelander and C. Schoenenberger},
  journal={Communications Physics},
  year={2018},
  volume={2},
  pages={1-8}
}
  • C. Jünger, A. Baumgartner, +6 authors C. Schoenenberger
  • Published 2018
  • Physics
  • Communications Physics
  • The superconducting proximity effect has recently attracted a renewed interest as the basis of topologically nontrivial states in materials with a large spin–orbit interaction, with protected boundary states useful for quantum information technologies. However, spectroscopy of these states is challenging because of the limited control of conventional tunnel barriers. Here we report electronic spectroscopy measurements of the proximity gap in a semiconducting indium arsenide nanowire segment… CONTINUE READING
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