We investigate the dynamical behavior of entanglement in a system made of two solid-state emitters, as two quantum dots, embedded in two separated microcavities. In these solid-state systems, in addition to the coupling with the cavity mode, the emitter is coupled to a continuum of leaky modes providing additional losses and is also subjected to a phonon-induced pure dephasing mechanism. We model this physical configuration as a multipartite system composed of two independent parts each containing a qubit embedded in a single-mode cavity, exposed to cavity losses, spontaneous emission and pure dephasing. We study the time evolution of entanglement of this multipartite open system, finally applying this theoretical framework to the case of currently available solid-state quantum dots in microcavities.
|Numero di pagine||6|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2011|
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