Quantum-state transfer in staggered coupled-cavity arrays

Francesco Ciccarello, Tony J. G. Apollaro, Guilherme M. A. Almeida, Andre M. C. Souza, Tony John George Apollaro

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We consider a coupled-cavity array, where each cavity interacts with an atom under the rotating-wave approximation. For a staggered pattern of inter-cavity couplings, a pair of field normal modes each bi-localized at the two array ends arise. A rich structure of dynamical regimes can hence be addressed depending on which resonance condition between the atom and field modes is set. We show that this can be harnessed to carry out high-fidelity quantum-state transfer (QST) of photonic, atomic or polaritonic states. Moreover, by partitioning the array into coupled modules of smaller length, the QST time can be substantially shortened without significantly affecting the fidelity.
Lingua originaleEnglish
Numero di pagine11
RivistaPhysical Review A
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2016

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