Proposing nanowire experiments potentially realizing Majorana zero modes:
On anyons in application to quantum computation:
On the adiabaticity of topological quantum computation by braiding of defect anyons:
On topological quantum computation with anyons in topological superconductors (Majorana zero modes):
Sankar Das Sarma, Michael Freedman, Chetan Nayak, Majorana Zero Modes and Topological Quantum Computation, npj Quantum Information 1, 15001 (2015) (nature:npjqi20151)
Meng Cheng, Victor Galitski, Sankar Das Sarma, Non-adiabatic Effects in the Braiding of Non-Abelian Anyons in Topological Superconductors, Phys. Rev. B 84, 104529 (2011) (arXiv:1106.2549)
On the need for topological quantum computation in quantum computation:
Sankar Das Sarma, Quantum computing has a hype problem, MIT Technology Review (March 2022)
The qubit systems we have today are a tremendous scientific achievement, but they take us no closer to having a quantum computer that can solve a problem that anybody cares about. $[\cdots]$ What is missing is the breakthrough $[\cdots]$ bypassing quantum error correction by using far-more-stable qubits, in an approach called topological quantum computing.
On the prospect of detecting Majorana zero modes:
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