Braiding of Majorana Fermions in a Cavity.

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Summary of "Braiding of Majorana Fermions in a Cavity."

We study the dynamical process of braiding Majorana bound states (MBS) in the presence of the coupling to photons in a microwave cavity. We show theoretically that the π/4 phase associated with the braiding of MBS, as well as the parity of the ground state are imprinted into the photonic field of the cavity, which can be detected by dispersive readout techniques. These manifestations are purely dynamical, they occur in the absence of any splitting of the MBS that are exchanged, and they disappear in the static setups studied previously. Conversely, the cavity can affect the braiding phase, which in turn should allow for cavity controlled braiding.


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Name: Physical review letters
ISSN: 1079-7114
Pages: 236803


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