Collapse of the Fano Resonance Caused by the Nonlocality of the Majorana State

Aksenov, S. V.; Kagan, M. Yu. Jetp Letters.

Owing to the nonlocal character of the Majorana state, the corresponding excitations are of great interest. It is demonstrated that the direct consequence of such nonlocality is the collapse of the Fano resonance manifesting itself in the conductance of an asymmetric interference device, the arms of which are connected by a one-dimensional topological superconductor. In the framework of the spinless model, it is shown that the predicted effect is associated with an increase in the multiplicity of the degeneracy of the zero-energy state of the structure arising at the critical point of the Kitaev model. Such an increase leads to the formation of a bound state in the continuum.