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Moehle, C.M. (author), Ke, C.T. (author), Wang, Q. (author), Thomas, C. (author), Xiao, D. (author), Karwal, S. (author), Lodari, M. (author), van de Kerkhof, V. (author), Termaat, R. (author), Gardner, G.C. (author), Scappucci, G. (author), Manfra, M.J. (author), Goswami, S. (author)
Topological superconductivity can be engineered in semiconductors with strong spin-orbit interaction coupled to a superconductor. Experimental advances in this field have often been triggered by the development of new hybrid material systems. Among these, two-dimensional electron gases (2DEGs) are of particular interest due to their inherent...
article 2021
Gül, O. (author), Zhang, H. (author), de Vries, F.K. (author), van Veen, J. (author), Zuo, K. (author), Mourik, V. (author), Conesa-Boj, S. (author), Nowak, M.P. (author), van Woerkom, D.J. (author), Quintero Pérez, M. (author), Cassidy, M.C. (author), Geresdi, A. (author), Koelling, S. (author), Car, D. (author), Plissard, S.R. (author), Bakkers, E.P.A.M. (author), Kouwenhoven, L.P. (author)
Topological superconductivity is a state of matter that can host Majorana modes, the building blocks of a topological quantum computer. Many experimental platforms predicted to show such a topological state rely on proximity-induced superconductivity. However, accessing the topological properties requires an induced hard superconducting gap,...
article 2017